Man accused of throwing brick through windshield
A Delaware County man faces charges for allegedly throwing a brick through a woman's windshield, injuring a passenger in her vehicle as she was driving on Route 15 in Clinton Township, state police said.
Michael Francis Marturano III, 27, of Drexel Hill, has been charged with recklessly endangering, propulsion of missiles, simple assault and criminal mischief for allegedly tossing the brick through Lynn Campbell's windshield as she was traveling south on Route 15 about 10:40 p.m. May 27, police said.
A passenger in the vehicle, David S. Campbell, suffered minor injuries, police said.
Marturano was stopped and questioned down the road, police said. He admitted to picking up a rock and throwing it at the woman's vehicle because "it swerved toward him," a state trooper wrote in an affidavit.
Following his arraignment this week before District Judge C. Roger McRae, Marturano was released on $7,500 bail.
Former employee charged with theft by deception
Two days after being terminated from his job at Lyco Lube Xxpress, 600 W. Fourth St., Chester R. Miller III went to the Auto Zone at 711 W. Third St. and he purchased $384 worth of merchandise for his own use but charged it to his former employer's account, city police allege.
Miller, 43, of Danville, allegedly charged the purchases of a pump, a gasket set and a fuel injector on Feb. 6. At that time, he was not authorized to charge purchases to the company's account, police said.
Charged with theft by deception and receiving stolen property, Miller has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge James G. Carn.