Bridgeville police arrested two people and seek the arrest of a third person after officers received false information while conducting an investigation on Feb. 18.
The officers were looking into suspicious activity at an apartment building on the 500 block of Station Street when the three people in question provided misleading information, including two fake IDs.
As a result, a 24-year-old Bridgeville woman was charged with “hindering apprehension or prosecution.”
A 23-year-old McKees Rocks resident was charged with hindering apprehension and providing false identification to law enforcement.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a 30-year-old Pittsburgh man who allegedly provided false ID to law enforcement.
A fourth person who was arrested after being wrongfully implicated will not face charges.
In other police news:
- A 24-year-old Philadelphia man faces forgery charges after he tried to fill two phony prescriptions at the Bridgeville Rite-Aid on Feb. 13.
- Nine days earlier, on Feb. 4, a 34-year-old Bridgeville man tried to fill a forged prescription at Rite-Aid. He also faces forgery charges.
- A 19-year-old Washington man was arrested for underage consumption of alcohol after police were called to the 700 block of Chess Street for reports of people fighting on the road on Thursday, Feb. 26.
- A 43-year-old Mt. Lebanon man was charged with DUI at 1:45 in the afternoon on Saturday, Feb. 28 after police received a call about a traffic incident Washington Avenue and Bower Hill Road.