According to officials, Stacy Heathcote (McCabe) and Brandon Elliott are now in custody. Shadyside officials began searching for Elliott and Heathcote (McCabe) after officials searched two businesses Monday evening. Shadyside Towing and Repair and the Orange and Black Carryout were searched. Shadyside Police Chief Don Collette said the towing company owner Bill Elliott and his mechanic, Steven Moore, were arrested Monday evening.
Shadyside - Shadyside School officials are considering building a new school. The new building would include every student, from preschool through seniors. Students in this district, rich in tradition and school spirit, have walked the halls of the same high school for 88 years. But now, state funding may be making them an offer too good to refuse. They point at the picture of George Washington in the hall and joke that he went to school there.
According to officials, Bill Elliott has posted a $5,000 surety bond and is no longer in custody. His mechanic, Steven Moore, is still in custody on a $30,000 bond. Moore has been charged with four counts of trafficking. Officials are still searching for two other suspects, Brandon Elliott, and Stacy Heathcote (McCabe). If you have information on the whereabouts of Stacy Heathcote (McCabe) or Brandon Elliott, please contact the Shadyside Police Department through 911, or any local law enforcement.
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