Chain reaction accident with school buses, youths riding shopping carts, hit-and-runs among other items from Edgewood police blotter.
Five women who had a meal at Eat'n Park in Edgewood Towne Center put it in high gear and ran from the restaurant without paying on Nov. 24. Their bill totaled $42.40. One of the suspects was described to Edgewood police as a black woman wearing purple pants. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the women. In other news from Edgewood Police Department: Nov. 26 Nov. 25 Nov. 24 Nov. 23 Nov. 22 Nov. 21 Nov. 20 _______________________ Forest Hills-Regent Square Patch is on Facebook and on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here.
Two DUIs round up Judge Caulfield's caseload for the week of Oct. 22.
Kink D. Sarafis, 32, of East Pittsburgh, waived his right for a preliminary hearing before District Judge Thomas Caulfield on Oct. 24 on a number of charges stemming from an accident in Chalfant. According to the criminal complaint, Sarafis drove a truck into a house on North Avenue and fled at around 1 a.m. Aug. 1. Police found the truck near the Electric Avenue Café, but could not locate Sarafis. Later that day, according to the complaint, Sarafis went to Forest Hills police station, and turned himself in. He is charged with accident involving damage to an attended vehicle, three counts of recklessly endangering the occupants in the house and reckless driving. The formal arraignment will take place Dec. 12. In other cases handled by …