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Wilkinsburg Court Hears Theft, Drug Possession Cases

The latest from the courts in Wilkinsburg.

The following cases were heard recently by District Judge Kim M. Hoots in Wilkinsburg:

Akeem Bray, 28, of McKeesport waived his right to a preliminary trial on a charge of retail theft. police charged Bray on June 16 after he allegedly tried to steal roughly $25 worth of merchandise from the K-Mart on South Braddock Ave.

Devaughn T. Thompson, 31, of Monroeville was held for court on a charge of presenting false identification to law enforcement. Wilkinsburg police charged Thompson on April 23. According to the criminal complaint, a driver called police after Thompson sat in his parked vehicle and asked for a ride to buy drugs.

Derick Davis, 24, of Wilkinsburg waived his right to a preliminary hearing on a charge of marijuana possession. Wilkinsburg police filed the charges after pulling Davis over on April 28 because his car windows were tinted darkly.

Michael Joseph Dickerson, 33, of Wilkinsburg waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and operating an unsafe vehicle. Wilkinsburg police charged Dickerson on April 26 after pulling him over because his brake lights were out.

Andrew Muldrow, 25, of Wilkinsburg waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of DUI and speeding. Wilkinsburg police charged Muldrow on April 29 after pulling him for going 20 miles per hour over the speed limit on Penn Ave.

Benjamin David Munoz, 25, of Wilkinsburg waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of DUI, failure to stop at stop signs and failure to use turn signals. Wilkinsburg police filed the charges on April 30.

Ronald H. Miller Jr., 49, of Philadelphia had his on charges of indecent exposure, harassment and disorderly conduct stemming from an incidentin which he on a Greyhound bus passing through .

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