Police are looking for an Apollo Man who they say crashed a stolen car and fled the scene


A search is underway for an Apollo man who crashed a stolen car in a residential yard in Kiski Township.

Around 5:45 p.m. Friday, Korry Reese, 35, crashed his car in the yard along Canal Road and fled, according to a commune release, just as a Kiski commune police officer arrived.

The car that was stolen in Tarentum had meth-related paraphernalia inside, the press release said.

Police found Melissa Wilson, 38, of Apollo, still in the car after the crash. Wilson allegedly lied to police about Reese’s identity.

The police press release does not specify what caused the accident, whether Reese or Wilson were injured in the accident, and whether the home was damaged.

This isn’t Reese’s first alleged encounter with local police. Reese had outstanding warrants for fleeing and escaping in Vandergrift and for drug and gun offenses in Kittanning.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Reese. He is charged in Kiski Township with fleeing arrest, receiving stolen property, committing a property accident, driving with a DUI-suspended driver’s license, possessing drug paraphernalia and committing trespassing with a motor vehicle.

Wilson was charged with receiving stolen property, making false reports to law enforcement, and possessing drug paraphernalia.

Anyone with information on Reese’s whereabouts can contact the Kiski Township Police Department at 724-478-3357.

Maddie Aiken is a contributor to the Tribune Review. You can contact Maddie via email at [email protected] or via Twitter .


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