Police activity week of 05-31-10 through 06-06-10
05-27-10 12:16 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Robbery-Strong Arm Bank
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. -(Wachovia) – Lansdowne police were dispatched to the Wachovia Bank for a report of a robbery that had just occurred in the last three minutes. Police responded and spoke to witnesses, and notified other law enforcement agencies who collected evidence.
On Tuesday June 1, 2010 an arrest was made in Logan Township, NJ. The offender was arrested after he committed another bank robbery in Logan Township.
06-03-10 20:49 hours – Ptl. M. Mugler – Criminal Mischief to Automobiles
200 block N. Maple Ave. – On police arrival the victim showed this officer his 2009 blue Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. The victim stated he parked his truck on 6-2-1- at approximately 1900 hours. When he came home from work this evening there were four large scratches on the fuel door that opens up to access his gas cap. No attempt was made to enter his vehicle. The approximate cost to buff out the scratches is between $500.00 & $1,000.00
06-04-10 10:18 hours – Plt. M. McGinnis – Disorderly Conduct
100 block Green Ave. (PWHS) – Police received a call from PWHS for two students in custody. On police arrival the complainant reported that the two offenders were involved in a physical fight inside a class room and were taken into custody by school security. The complainant indicated written statements from school security would be faxed to the police department and requested citations be issued on information received. Both offenders were released to the custody of their mothers.
06-05-10 03:34 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Disorderly Conduct
200 block Wabash Ave. – Police were dispatched for a report of a 911 hang up call. While police were enroute to the call we were advised that dispatchers were now receiving a call for a fight at that address.
Officer Brown and this officer responded and upon our arrival the two offenders were involved in a physical altercation with the complainant. Both offenders were under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. According to the complainant and the boy’s mother, the boys were fighting and the complainant tried to break up the fight and the offenders started fighting with him. Both offenders were taken into custody. The complainant and the boy’s mother told this officer if the police charged the offender’s with simple assault that they would not show up for court to testify. Both offenders will be charged appropriately.
06-05-10 21:59 hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Disorderly Conduct
Unit block S. Maple Ave. – Police received a call of a large fight on S. Maple Avenue. On police arrival the male offender was inside a vehicle driven by the involved party attempting to leave the area. The officers stopped the vehicle for investigation purposes. After speaking with the involved party and other witnesses, it was determined that the male offender and female offender’s new boyfriend started fighting during the party. The new boyfriend ran from the area prior to police arrival. Both offenders were under the influence of alcohol. The male offender was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters where he was placed in a cell until he was later cited and released to a responsible party.
While out on the disturbance call the female offender was yelling and screaming outside causing a disturbance. This officer advised the female offender to stop yelling and screaming and to go back inside of her house or she would be arrested. The female offender continued to yell and scream but did go back inside the house. The female offender continued to yell and scream and started to curse. The female yelled “they are going to fucking hurt him.” This officer placed the female offender under arrest for disorderly conduct. The female offender was transported to police headquarters and issued a citation for disorderly conduct. The female offender was released to a sober responsible party. The female offender was advised that if she was arrested again tonight that she would be spending the night in a cell.