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Warrant sweep produces 22 arrests

| Monday, October 10, 2005 12:00 a.m

MONESSEN – More than 20 people were arrested during the past week in a warrant sweep by Monessen police.

With the help of Westmoreland County Sheriff Chris Schearer and deputies and Washington County Sheriffs, the following people were arrested:

– Ronald Harrison, 30, 621 Reed Ave., Monessen, on two bench warrants.

– Stacy Nicholas, 19, of 104 Park Manor, Monessen, on one criminal bench warrant.

– Dion Lucas, 35, of 440 Clarendon Ave., Monessen, on three bench warrants.

– Charles Dickerson, 36, of 717 Lincoln Ave., Charleroi, on two bench warrants.

– Connie Cook, 38, 440 Clarendon Ave., Monessen, on two warrants from District Judge Joseph Dalfonso’s office.

– A 17-year-old from 630 Summit Ave., Monessen for three warrants.

– Mason Henry, 316 First St., Monessen on four Westmoreland County warrants.

– Steven Holmes, 35, of 455 Knox Ave., Monessen, for one Westmoreland County warrant.

– Gerald Bentley, 55, of Charleroi, for one Westmoreland County warrant.

– Edwin Youkin, 41, of 435 First St., Donora, for three outstanding bench warrants.

– Jason Johnson, 1012 Brown St., Belle Vernon, one Westmoreland County bench warrant.

– Jack Jaffre, 28, of North Charleroi, for three bench warrants.

– Joseph Axton, 26, currently in a state prison, for one bench warrant.

– Daisy Smith, 21, 464 Park Manor, Monessen, one warrant.

– John Russell, 45, 219 Manown St., Monessen, one criminal bench warrant.

– Jason Bezy, 26, 223 Manown St., Monessen, three Westmoreland County warrants.

– Matthew Keith, 21, 314 First St., Monessen, three bench warrants.

– Richard Lloyd, 57, 647 Knox Ave., Monessen, one bench warrant.

– Winter Clark, 26, 444 Chestnut St., Monessen, one warrant.

– Brian Howell, Westgate Manor, Monessen, one warrant.

– Theresa Shriver, 35, 57 Yankosky Road, Charleroi. Police said she turned herself in on two bench warrants.

– Elizabeth Metz, 37, 548 Summit Ave., Monessen, one bench warrant.

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