A guy is accused of stealing $65,000 during a theft at a Derry Township property last month, in accordance to court docket papers.
Tyrus Martin, 21, who has addresses in Johnstown and Whitehall, on Monday was purchased held with no bail right after state law enforcement explained he was illegally in possession of a gun when they arrested him around the weekend in connection with the incident.
Martin was billed Friday with theft, theft, obtaining stolen home and legal trespass. Troopers stated in court docket papers that he was pushed to a Pandora Street household by a girl at 11 p.m. May perhaps 29 and broke in via a bedroom window.
He taken off the dollars from a lock box, exited the household and confirmed the woman driver the dollars ahead of they left, in accordance to court docket papers. The next day, police stated Martin requested the lady not to say everything about the incident.
It was unclear if troopers recovered the income. Martin also is accused of using quite a few guns from the household. Law enforcement got an arrest warrant and executed a website traffic cease Saturday at 3 p.m. on Route 22 in Derry Township. Martin was located with a pistol in his pocket, according to court docket papers.
He was not permitted to have a firearm simply because of a previous delinquent adjudication in juvenile court docket, police stated. He was arraigned on the burglary rates Sunday and a new criticism for weapons violations was submitted Monday.
Martin was ordered held at the Westmoreland County Jail with out bail in the gun scenario, in accordance to on the internet courtroom records.
Martin did not have an legal professional detailed in on the net court docket data. A preliminary listening to is established for June 15.
Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Assessment team writer. You can make contact with Renatta at 724-837-5374, [email protected] or by means of Twitter .