GLENSHAW, Pa. (KDKA/AP) – Police have charged a man they say ran naked through a Pittsburgh suburb last month.
Jonathan Sirianni was arraigned Tuesday on charges including public intoxication, indecent exposure, and criminal mischief in connection with the Oct. 27 incident on Orvis Avenue in Shaler Township.READ MORE: Student Killed In Shooting Outside Oliver Citywide Academy
Police say the 21-year-old Indiana Township man wore only socks as he threw himself off cars and homes, withstood Taser shocks, fought with officers and rolled down an embankment.
“It was dark and I heard a noise. I turned on my cellphone flashlight and all I saw was a naked dude standing up,” said neighbor Jacob Fitzpatrick. “Didn’t have any clothes on. He ran over and hit my fence. He came out of my yard and ran into my neighbor’s bush and then I started calling 911. As I was dialing 911, three cops pulled up in front of my house. One got out, tased the dude and he fell over the hill.”
Rescue crews had to be called in to help pull the man from the bottom of the hill. He was flown to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital for treatment.READ MORE: Judge Withdraws Charges Against Woman Accused Of Beating Up Off-Duty Police Officer
Police say Sirianni appeared to be under the influence.
He’s free on bail pending a preliminary hearing on Nov. 13.
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