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Last update: 8/28/14

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The West Hills DUI Task Force
On 08/09/14 the West Hills DUI Task Force, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania State Police and the City of Pittsburgh Police Department, conducted a sobriety checkpoint on Steubenville Pike (Rt 60) in Robinson Township.  This operation ran from 2200 hours until 0300 hours.
-710 cars passed though the checkpoint
-10 people were arrested for DUI
-1 person was arrested for drug related charges
-4 people were cited for underage drinking
-18 citations were issued various traffic violations

Officers from Avalon Borough, Bellevue Borough, Carnegie Borough, Coraopolis Borough, Crescent Township, Edgeworth Borough, Findlay Township, Kennedy Township, Leetsdale Borough, Moon Township, North Fayette Township, Ohio Township, Pennsylvania State Police, City of Pittsburgh Police, Robinson Township, Sewickley Borough and Stowe Township took part in the operation.

Pine Township, Pittsburgh, PA: Community Auto , a program of North Hills Community Outreach serving the Greater Pittsburgh region, needs donations of new or used car cleaning supplies in order to provide clean, detailed vehicles to working individuals who purchase vehicles to get to work.
Community Auto is a unique low-income car ownership program that accepts donations of vehicles in any condition, has them repaired and sells them at below-market value to low-income working individuals who need a car to get to work. Cars not suitable for repair are sold at auction and the funds are used to purchase other cars for the program.
Community Auto takes pride in providing clean vehicles for clients, but detailing the cars costs thousands of dollars each year. Brady Riedel, Community Auto Team Leader, explains, “Community Auto has been getting the cars detailed at a competitive discount, but the gentleman who does the detailing is retiring this year. Our cleaning costs would increase by at least 50 percent. Instead, we’re looking to reduce operating costs further, as well as engage the community by utilizing volunteers to detail the cars.”
The following car detailing supplies are needed to get that volunteer program started:  garden hose and a spray nozzle, buckets, canister vacuum (with blow) including attachments, large sponges, car wash brushes, rags and towels (especially microfiber), chamois, car wax (like Turtle Wax), upholstery cleaner, car wash soap (like Rain-X or Armor All), vinyl protectant (like Armor All Original), leather protectant (like Armor All Leather Care), industrial glass cleaner (like 3m or Armor All) and windshield washer fluid. Of course, Community Auto always needs vehicle donations.
Donations are tax deductible and can be dropped off 9:00 am-4:00 pm weekdays at Community Auto, 11490 Perry Highway, Wexford, PA 15090 or at any NHCO office, including the main office at 1975 Ferguson Road, Hampton. (Please indicate that the items are for the Community Auto program.)
For more information, visit or contact Brady at or 724-443-8300.
North Hills Community Outreach, an interfaith nonprofit organization, served 5,301 local families last year in crisis, hardship and poverty. NHCO offers more than 20 programs ranging from emergency services to long-term solutions that help families break the cycle of poverty and work toward self-sufficiency. For more information, please visit or call 412-487-6316 option 1.

Community Auto, a program of North Hills Community Outreach and a partner in the United Way-funded Ways to Work program, is a unique low-income car ownership program serving the Greater Pittsburgh area. Last year, 125 cars were donated. There is always a waiting list of low-income working families waiting to purchase a car. Community Auto accepts donations of vehicles in any condition, has them repaired and sells them at below-market value to low-income working individuals who need a car to get to work. Vehicles not suitable for repair are sold at auction and the funds are used to purchase other cars for the program. For information, visit or call 724-443-8300.

The D.A. has received several phone calls from victims who were contacted by persons unknown who fraudulently identified themselves as from the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office.  The scam reports that there are bench warrants out for the victim due to failure to report for jury duty and a several thousand dollar fine must be paid immediately or face possible jail.
While these incidents have only been reported in Allegheny County, they may start or have occurred in other counties….

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