A trio charged with burglarizing a Marshall Township home is facing multiple charges in other cases across the North Hills.
In the Marshall case, Brittanny Jenkins, 29, of West View, and Christina Naill, 21, of Avella, were ordered this week to stand trial by Magisterial District Judge William K. Wagner.
Neither women showed up for her preliminary hearing.
Erik Sigal, 24, of Bellevue, is charged as their co-conspirator. He faces felony burglary charges, but his preliminary hearing was postponed until Jan. 18.
The charges stem from a Dec. 13 burglary in the 100 block of Wheatland Road in Marshall Township, in which two Samsung TVs and jewelry were stolen, according to . The home is close to the Warrendale exit of Interstate 79.
Northern Regional police charged Naill with felony counts of receiving stolen property, burglary and conspiracy. She also faces drug-related charges in Moon and Ross townships.
Jenkins is charged with felony counts of burglary and conspiracy. She also is charged with burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and other crimes in West View, Reserve, Ross and Ohio townships.
Sigal told police the three drove to the Marshall Township home in Jenkins' 2006 Kia Sportage, according to the criminal complaint.
Sigal said he went to the front door to see if anyone was home, then walked to the rear of the house where he smashed out the kitchen door window with a rock, court documents state.
He took jewelry and a 32-inch TV from the master bedroom, according to the complaint. After he took the stolen items to the car, he returned to the house to take a 46-inch TV from the living room, the court papers state.
"Sigal stated as he walked to the vehicle, the TV was heavy to the point he dropped it in the middle of the driveway" and left it there, the criminal complaint states.
The trio then went to Yuriy's Jewelry in Pittsburgh, where Naill pawned the jewelry for $278, according to court papers.
Sigal also told police that around Thanksgiving he burglarized another house in the Wexford area near the Warrendale exit of I-79, according to the criminal complaint.
He said he entered the house through a rear garage door and took jewelry from the master bedroom, court documents show. Sigal told police he could not remember where he pawned the jewelry or who was with him, according to court documents.
When police showed a photograph of a house in the 400 block of Locust Road in Baden to Sigal, they said he stated:
"It looks like the house, but I was always (messed) up on dope or going through withdrawal," the criminal complaint states.
Sigal also is charged with burglary, theft, criminal conspiracy, receiving stolen property and other crimes in West View and Shaler, and in Ross, Reserve and Ohio townships.