Police activity week of 10-12-09 through 10-18-09
10-12-09 22:37 Hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft-$50-$200 auto parts
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. – Received a call for stolen tag discovered. Made contact with the vehicle owner who stated that her license plate was taken from her vehicle between 1400 hours and 2230 hours on today’s date. Nothing else appeared to be tampered with on the vehicle.
10-13-09 20:36 Hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Disorderly Conduct
Belmont Ave. (Belmont Park) – This officer observed two black males in Belmont park at dark, after hours. The males were asked if they had any drugs on them and the one responded he had “a little weed in his pocket”. The drug was confiscated. Both were transported back to the police station and cited and released.
10-15-09 09:00 Hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Theft-$200 & Over from buildings
00 block N. Lansdowne Ave. – On police arrival the victim stated that she was locked out of her apartment on 9-29-09 due to failure to pay her rent. She was provided sufficient notice and did gather a few belongings prior to leaving the residence with her children. On 9-20-09 management came to change the locks. The locks were changed and they left the area. Today the victim called to request access to her apartment to retrieve medication for her child. The victim states items are missing from the apartment. The victim will provide a list of the missing items.
10-15-09 05:22 Hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Driving under the influence
200 block N. Wycombe Ave. – Called to the scene of an accident the police identified the striking vehicle and driver. The driver/defendant was observed to have slurred speech, her eyes were very glassy and she appeared to be having trouble staying awake. The defendant was unable to complete field sobriety tests safely as the defendant was unable to stand on her own. The defendant was placed under arrest, processed and released to her boyfriend.
10-15-09 13:49 Hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Disorderly Conduct
100 block Ardmore Ave-(Ardmore Avenue School) – Report of an assault at the school. On police arrival the complainant stated that the offender was located in class with the victim, the offender was told by other student’s that the victim was badmouthing his mother. The offender became upset grabbed a pencil and stabbed the victim in his left arm. The victim sustained a minor injury to his arm which was check and treated by the school nurse. The offender was later picked up by his father at the school. The offender is suspended for five days and will be recommended for expulsion. The offender was cited for disorderly conduct.
10-15-09 Ptl. C. Craig – Robbery-Armed-Firearm-Highway
11 block Windermere Ave. – This officer Sgt. Donegan and Officer McGinnis responded for a report of a robbery of a delivery person had just occurred. The victim stated the actors displayed a handgun and took the food and his money and went behind the residence on Windermere Ave. the suspects one black female, early 20’s to 30’s , 5’6″ medium build seen wearing a red hoody and dark pants, suspect #2 black male , 20’30 to 30’s.,6′, thin build, last seen wearing a white and dark grey hoody pulled a gun from his jacket pocket and demanded the money. Suspect #3 black male early 20’3 to 30’s approximately 6′ tall build wearing a dark colored hoody and dark pants. Checked the area for actors without success. Investigation to continue.
10-16-09 08-35 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft-$200 & Over- All Other
100 block Mansfield Ave. – Two wicker chairs stolen from the front porch. Value $500.
10-16-09 08:23 Hours – Ptl. L. Doyle – Theft-Under $50 from Auto
200 block Bryn Mawr Ave. – Victim states her black Honda SUV was ransacked. Only thing taken was approximately $15 to $20 in change. The victim could not remember if she locked her vehicle.
10-16-09 14:30 Hours – Ptl. L. Doyle – Theft- Under $50 Retail Theft
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. (Rite-Aid) – Received a report of a shop lifter in custody at the Rite Aid store. The loss prevention officer observed the defendant remove store merchandise from the shelves and conceal same in her pocketbook. The defendant was detailed by the loss prevention officer. Located inside the defendant’s purse was store merchandise in the amount of $22.55.
10-16-09 09:25 Hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Theft-Under $50 from auto.
200 block W. Essex Ave. -The victims vehicle was ransacked and missing approximately $2.50 in change. The vehicle was unlocked at the time.
10-16-09 10:00 Hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Theft- from auto
200 block Bryn Mawr Ave. – The victim’s unlocked vehicle was ransacked. Nothing known missing at this time.
10-16-09 17:58 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Assault, Firearm
Bartram Ave. – This officer and Sgt. D. Donegan responded to Crozer-Keystone County Hospital for a report of a gunshot victim. The victim was being treated for a shotgun wound to his right thigh. The victim reported that he had been shot after being approached from behind by three actors wearing black hoodies while he was walking north through Interboro park towards Bartram Ave. the victim ran to his residence and was driven to the hospital by his mother. Investigation to continue.
10-28-09 00:34 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Driving under the influence
S. Lansdowne Ave. – This officer observed a gray Cadillac Deville swerving in the roadway. The vehicle was stopped. The driver/defendant had a strong odor of alcohol on his person. The defendant was requested to perform field sobriety tests to which he responded “I can’t even do those when I’m sober.” The defendant was placed under arrest for driving under the influence.
10-18-09 09:52 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft-$00 & over from auto
Unit block E. Stratford Ave. – The victim states his unlocked vehicle was ransacked and items were missing. Missing from the auto was his Pa photo drivers’ license along with $10.00 in change. From the vehicle trunk a Sony car speakers was also taken.