Police activity week of 02-16-09 through 02-22-09
02-16-09 01:25 Hours Ptl. C.J. Schiazza – Disorderly Conduct
Unit Block Florence Ave. – Police were dispatched to Florence Avenue for a report of a domestic involving females. Upon arrival, police observed the comp pointing to her left. Officers walked up to the residence and observed the victim with her back to the offender and it appeared that he was trying to hold her back. Both the complainant and the victim reported the offender had hit the victim and pulled some of his hair out of his head. The victim also had a cut on his left index finger. Victim was asked if he wanted the offender arrested and he advised that he did. There was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the offender and she was intoxicated. Offender was placed under arrest and returned to the Lansdowne police station. The offender’s vehicle was towed from the street because the offender was too intoxicated to drive. Two citations were issued to the offender for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
02-16-09 23:48 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Disorderly Conduct
200 Block Glentay Ave. – Domestic call involving several intoxicated persons, some with weapons. Two persons were arrested. One offender transported to Lansdowne police station, one offender will be mailed citations.
02-17-09 14:50 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Disorderly conduct
E. Essex Ave. (PWHS) – Report of fight out at Penn Wood High School. Two offenders apprehended on scene and cited for disorderly conduct. The other offenders were cited on information received from the school security officers after being identified as combatants.
02-17-09 00:00 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Disorderly Conduct
Unit Block of Legion Ter – Report of physical fight between brothers. Offender who struck his brother was cited for disorderly conduct.
02-19-09 10:40 Hours Ptl. C. Craig – Disorderly Conduct
100 Block Green Ave (PWHS) – Responded to Penn Wood High School fro report of 2 male juveniles in custody for fighting. ON location officers took custody of the 2 male juveniles, transported them to police headquarters, issued them non-traffic citations for disorderly conduct and released them to their parents.
02-18-09 13:15 Hours Ptl. C. Craig – Theft $50 to $200- Retail Theft
100 Block E. Baltimore Ave (CVS) – Report of retail theft from CVS store. On arrival reporting party pointed out the shoplifter in question. Offender was taken into custody. Offender had several items on his person that he had stolen from the store. The offender was transported to Lansdowne headquarters processed and placed in cell to await arraignment. Based on the offender’s criminal history, police did learn that offender has 13 previous convictions for retail theft as well as two outstanding warrants out of Philadelphia.
02-18-09 12:52 Hours Sgt. B. Eidell – Theft $200 & over from buildings
Unit Block W. Baltimore Ave – Victim reports that a theft may or may not have occurred at his place of residence. The victim reported that he ordered a DVD player from company named Mayuristore in Osaka, Japan. The victim ordered the item on line and paid for it through pay pal account. On 1/30/09 the victim found a package in front of his apartment door. The package had been delivered by the US postal service and it was supposed to contain the DVD player. The package was shipped in a paper bag that was snapped at the top. Inside the bag was packaging material by no DVD player. Victim reported this to Pay Pal. The value of the missing DVD player was $447.99. This officer will carry that as a Lansdowne offense since we cannot be sure that the theft did not occur in Lansdowne.
01-19-09 09:15 Hours Ptl. K. McDermott – Criminal Mischief to automobiles
100 Block W. Baltimore Ave – Victim states that her vehicle, a 2001 Nissan Altima was damaged. The officer did observe that the front windshield was smashed several times and both the front and rear driver’s side window was completely smashed out and that both the driver’s side and passenger side mirrors were broken off. The victim believes the suspect is a former friend who believes she owes him money. Witness did observe a black male wearing a brown leather jacket and carrying a hammer.
02-20-09 11:04 Hours Ptl. M Mugler – Disorderly Conduct
100 Block E. Baltimore Ave. – On arrival officers knocked on the door. There was a short delay, and then the offender answered the door. She immediately shut the door to her apartment and explained that her and her boyfriend just had an argument but that everything was alright. I asked her to open her door so we could speak with her boyfriend. Upon entering there a heavy smell of marihuana in the air. The boyfriend was also in the apartment. Offender did admit to smoking a marihuana cigarette, only found a tiny piece of cigarette in her ash tray. Offender advised she will be sent a citation for disorderly conduct due to the loud disturbance and the marihuana.
02-20-09 00:00 Sgt. J. McCaughan – Disorderly Conduct
Unit Block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Witness was sitting in his vehicle on the Wawa parking lot when he observed the offender. The offender walked right up to a marked East Lansdowne Police vehicle and spit a wad of chewing gun on the hood of the vehicle. The witness stated that it was very clear that this act was done intentionally and it both alarmed and annoyed him. The witness advised the East Lansdowne officer of the incident when he returned to his car. The officer then called for Lansdowne Police to handle the call since he was not in his own jurisdiction. The offender was issued a citation for disorderly conduct on the scene.
02-20-09 19:33 Hours Ptl. L. Albertoli – Disorderly Conduct
100 Block Drexel Ave – Offender cited for disorderly conduct following a domestic dispute. The dispute was over the reporting party picking up belongings from the offenders residence.
02-20-09 21:14 Hours Ptl. D. Schiazza – Burglary- No force residence
100 Block Windsor Ave. – Call for report of burglary discovered. Spoke with victim who reported that when she returned home she discovered her residence had been burglarized. The front door was closed by unlocked and found jewelry and $100 in change missing from her front bedroom. She reported her husband had locked the front door when he left for work. It is likely the actor/s gained entry inside this residence through the small front basement window located on the front southeastern side of the residence. Victim will supply list of missing items.
02-21-09 23:44 Hours Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Disorderly conduct
E.Baltimore & N. Wycombe Aves – Anonymous passer-by reported a domestic fight inside of a white vehicle located at Baltimore & Wycombe. Police responded and observed a female and female yelling at each other in the street. The female stated she was involved in a physical altercation with her boyfriend. Both offenders were under the influence and transported to police headquarters, placed in cell for the night and cited for disorderly conduct.