Police activity week of 10-26-09 through 11-01-09
10-26-09 20:39 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – theft-$50 to $200 from auto
100 block W. Albemarle Ave. – The victim came to police headquarters to report his T-Mobile cell phone missing from his secure vehicle. The victim did cancel the service.
10-27-09 15:24 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Assault-Hands, Fists, Feet
200 block Wabash Ave. – The victim states men know to him came to his home and assaulted him. Three white males were all arrested for assault.
10-29-09 01:16 Hours – Ptl. K. Kienzle – Drug equipment violations
Madison Rd.-Gladstone Train Station- While on routine patrol this officer observed a gray Chevrolet parked in the train station parking lot. The vehicle was occupied by two females who appeared asleep. This officer approached the vehicle and knocked on the window. The two females woke up. On the floor behind the driver’s seat in plain view was a brown purse which was partially unzipped, inside the purse an orange capped syringe was visible. Both females were taken into custody. The purse contained a total of three orange capped syringes and twenty four blue wax paper envelopes. These items are commonly used in packaging, possession and injecting of illegal drugs. The defendants were arrested on drug charged returned to police headquarters and held overnight.
10-29-09 16:38 Hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Unauthorized use of motor vehicle
100 block N. Lansdowne Ave. (Patricia Court) – the victim reported that he is the registered owner of a 1997 Toyota Avalon. He purchased the vehicle for his daughter with the understanding she would maintain registration & insurance on the vehicle. The victim has no seen the vehicle or his daughter in months and has started receiving parking tickets from the city of Philadelphia. The victim will not cooperate with prosecution of his daughter he just wants the car back or off of the street.
10-29-09 16:44 Hours – Ptl. C. Craig – All other-threats
Unit block S. Lansdowne Ave. (Lansdowne Library) – Responded to the Lansdowne Library for a report of threats not in progress. The reporting party and the involved party do know each other from several incidents, all which occurred at the Library. While standing outside of the building the involved party walked by and the reporting party said “Hello”, the involved party stated “you better watch out on mischief night and Halloween night” and that the Library “better lock the doors.”This officer did responded to the involved party’s home and spoke with the involved party and his grandmother. This officer advised the involved party it would be in his best interest if nothing did happen to the Library on the nights he mentioned to the reporting party. The grandmother sated she would speak to his mother and make her aware of what had happened.
10-29-09 19:25 hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Robbery-Attempt-Strong Arm- Highway
Unit block Price Ave. – The listed victim is a delivery for a Chinese Restaurant. He was apparently making a deliver on the unit block of Price when three black males did attempt to pull open his car door. The driver fled in his vehicle and the actors did not get anything. Investigation to continue.
10-29-09 20:56 Hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Public Drunkenness
Fairview Ave. – While on routine patrol this officer viewed the offender walking south on Lansdowne Ave., he appeared to be extremely unsteady on his feet. When questioned he advised he lived across the street and would immediately go inside for the evening. A few minutes later Yeadon Police received a call for a drunk in the area. This officer located the offender and viewed him fall in the street and on the sidewalk a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage could be smelled emanating from the offender. The offender was placed under arrested.
10-30-09 14:33 Hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Disorderly conduct
Lansdowne & Stewart Aves. – Disorderly subject refused to exit a Septa Bus, the subject was removed from the bus transported to police headquarters and cited for disorderly conduct.
10-30-09 21:40 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Criminal Mischief to Public Building
Unit block e. Baltimore Ave. – while on patrol, this officer observed what appeared to be fresh graffiti spray painting on the front left hand side of the Dunkin Donuts. Two digital photos of the graffiti were taken by Sergeant Donegan.
10-31-09 09:17 Hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Theft $200 & over from auto
Unit block Owen Ave. – the victim states his secured vehicle was ransacked. Taken from the vehicle a gray Phillies 08 World Series baseball cap, the vehicle registration, and approx $5 in change.
10-31-09 12:58 Hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft $50; $200 auto parts & accessories
100 block Midway Ave. – Report of a stolen tag. The victim stated that the tag to his vehicle was stolen.
10-31-09 18:28 Hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft-$200 & over-retail theft
100 block E. Baltimore Ave. (CVS) – A white male took several cartons of cigarettes from behind the counter and fled the store.
11-01-09 19:45 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – theft- $50 to $200 from auto
100 block e. Stewart Ave. – Actors did smash out the driver’s window of the victims vehicle and removed his Tom Tom GPS system. The vehicle was parked and secured.