Parole violation. Warren County Adult Probation officers arrested Daniel Mark Bevevino, 29, of Russell, on Monday, July 23, for a parole violation. According to officers, Bevevino was causing a disturbance at Warren General Hospital at about 10:15 a.m. and was charged with disorderly conduct by City of Warren police. According to officers, Bevevino faces a charge of terroristic threats filed by Pennsylvania State Police related to a July 19 incident. Officers said Bevevino was initially placed on parole on a charge of harassment. He was arrested on a supervisor's warrant and taken to Warren County jail.
Theft. Pennsylvania State Police charged Guy Thomas Burdette, 35, of Clarendon, with theft and conspiracy to commit theft after an incident in which Burdette and another man, against whom charges have not yet been filed, allegedly removed two engines from a storage location off of Anchor Street in Clarendon at about 10 p.m. May, 11, and sold the engines for scrap in Jamestown, N.Y., for $150.
Theft. Warren-based state police reported that between July 17 and 25, someone entered the property of Robert Henry Baker, Erie, on Morrison Hill Road and broke the locks to gain entry to a shed, subsequently taking a small Craftsman air compressor valued at $75, various small wrenches and sockets valued at $25 as well as approximately $50 in damages to the shed. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.
Receiving stolen property. Warren-based state police reported that on July 23, a known 17-year-old male from Slippery Rock was charged by juvenile allegation at the Warren County Juvenile Probation Department with two counts of burglary, two counts of criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy and criminal mischief stemming from incidents on June 25. On July 2, it was determined that the juvenile entered the camp of a known 75-year-old male from Youngstown, Ohio, located on Morrison Run, and stole $300 with damages estimated at $25.
Burglary. Warren-based state police reported that between July 21 and 25, someone entered a garage belonging to Les Lyon, Sugar Grove. While in the garage, the intruder took a black tool box containing various tools and a blue appliance dolly, valued at approximately $300. Anyone with information is asked to call the state police or Warren Crime Stoppers.