Saturday, November 16, 2019

Shenandoah Police File Charges on Two Men Who Pulled Fire Alarm Overnight

Shenandoah Police filed charges on two men they say pulled a fire alarm in the borough early Saturday.

According to police, on Saturday, November 16, 2019, at 1:11am, officers on patrol were alerted to the town's fire alarm, blowing box 23, indicating the intersection of South main and Oak Streets.

Officers quickly arrived in this area and were directed by a male hanging the towns Christmas lights that two males wearing black jackets pulled the alarm and ran off towards West Centre Street. 

Officers located two males at the intersection of West Centre and South Jardin Streets. 

The males were both out of breathe. 

The males were identified as Rafael A. Torres 31, and Angel Torres 36, both of Shenandoah. 

Shenandoah Police filed misdemeanor charges on both for false Alarms , Reckless Endangering another person , Disorderly conduct , and Public Drunkeness. 

A Misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest was also filed on Torres.

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