Police activity week of 06-22-09 thru 06-28-09
06-22-09 18:30 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Disorderly Conduct
100 block E. Essex Ave. – Police received a report of a neighbor dispute not in progress. This officer responded and met the very distraught complainant. The complainant who stated he was cutting his grass when his neighbor the offender walked by and began to curse at him. The complainant attempted to ignore the offender, but the offender kept going enough to scare the complainant’s three year old son. Witnesses confirmed the complainant’s story. The offender was issued a citation in the field for disorderly conduct and was advised a return call tonight would result in his being taken into custody.
06-24-09 15:45 Hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Criminal Mischief
100 block N. Owen ave. – The victim stated that he last viewed his front retaining wall intact on 6-23-09 at 15:30 hours. On 6-24-09 at approximately 15:40 hours he discovered that unknown actor/s spray painted “RK” on the wall in large black letters. The victim added that he often views a juvenile black female sitting and making out on his wall, but did not see the actor/s vandalizing his property. He will remove the graffiti from the wall sometime over the weekend and will advise the police of the total amount of repairs.
06-25-09 00:05 Hours – Ptl. C. Craig – M.V. Theft- Autos- All Others Parking
200 block N. Wycombe Ave. – the vehicle owner responded to police headquarters to report that his vehicle had been stolen. On location, the owner states that on June 24, 2009 at approximately 10:00 hours he had left for work and his gold 1998 Toyota Camry was legally parked in the parking lot next to his residence. He reports that at 23:50 hours he came home from work and did not see his vehicle in the parking lot. He stated that he did ask his wife if she had moved the vehicle to which she stated no. the vehicle was entered as stolen into the computer.
06-26-09 02:31 Hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Assault-Hands, Fists, Feet
200 block Glentay Ave. – Police responded to report of a physical altercation. On arrival advised the witness that police needed to speak to the two parties involved in the altercation. As police entered the house and observed blood on the living room rug, chair and on clothing that was lying on the floor. The first of two offenders was interviewed; she had numerous abrasions and contusions on her person. Offender two had two very swollen eyes. This officer called medics to check out both females. Both offenders were transported to the hospital for their injuries. Both offenders will be charged with simple and aggravated assault along with other charges.
06-26-09 20:18 Hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Criminal Mischief to Automobiles
Unit block e. Stratford Ave. – Victim’s 1999 gold Ford had the right rear door glass window with a small hole and glass shattered. Nothing missing from the vehicle.
06-27-09 01:30 Hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Driving Under the Influence
Unit block W. Albemarle Ave. – While this officer and Officer Mugler were stopped in roadway on unit block W. Albemarle both officers observed a blue 1991 Oldsmobile driving towards this officers vehicle at a high rate of speed stopping two feet to the rear of this officers vehicle. Both this officer and officer Mugler moved our vehicles to clear the roadway but the vehicle did not pass and did not move. This officer approached the vehicle and immediately detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage omitting from the defendant. The defendant was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which she failed. The defendant was taken into custody and processed for DUI.
06-28-09 01:44 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Driving Under the Influence
Scottdale Road – Two arrested while on routine patrol. The driver of the vehicle for driving under the influence of a controlled substance and another offender for possession of drugs
06-28-09 15:48 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Burglary-Attempt-Residence
100 block Windsor Ave. – Victim stated she discovered that someone had attempted to pry open her rear basement door. In the past days the victim has suffered some vandalism. No entry was gained to the home.