Reynoldsville, PA – A DuBois man is facing felony theft charges after being pulled over in a stolen vehicle in Reynoldsville.

State police pulled over 23-year-old Angelo Gervasoni from DuBois on May 2 as he was driving on North 4th Street in Reynoldsville.

The trooper had noticed that the vehicle’s registration had expired in December of 2016. When he was pulled over, Gervasoni was unable to give the trooper his license, registration, or insurance.

The registration did not match the make and model of the car. The inspection sticker was also for another vehicle.

The trooper ran the VIN for the Hyundai Elantra that Gervasoni was driving, and he found that it had been reported stolen out of Sandy Township.

Upon arrest, Gervasoni was found with a small container of suspected methamphetamine in his pocket.

Gervasoni is facing felony charges of receiving stolen property, plus misdemeanors for possession of a controlled substance, improper tires, failure to carry registration, illegal use of a play, driving while license is suspended or revoked, operating a vehicle without insurance, and displaying a fake or stolen inspection sticker.

Gervasoni is free on $25,000 bail. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 27.


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