Police activity week of 09-13-10 through 09-19-10
09-15-10 21:21 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Disorderly conduct
Unit block S. Lansdowne Ave. – Police received a call for a domestic. On police arrival this officer observed the offender on the sidewalk shouting obscenities towards a black male. This officer repeatedly instructed the offender to stop shouting obscenities and she refused. This officer placed the offender in custody and returned her to 4190 where she was issued a citation for disorderly. The offender was released to her mother.
09-17-10 06:53 hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Criminal mischief to automobiles
200 block N. Wycombe Ave – Police received a call of criminal mischief discovered. On police arrival the victim reported that sometime over night all four tires on his Pontiac G6 had been slashed. The vehicle was parked in the driveway behind the residence at approximately 10 pm on 9-16-10 and he discovered the damage at 6:50 am when he reported it. The victim can think of no suspects and this was the only car in the alley way with damage.
09-17-10 17:15 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Burglary-no force-residence
200 block Wayne Ave. – Police were dispatched for a burglary discovered. Once on location this officer met with the victim. The victim reported that sometime between last night, 9-16-10 and this report, unknown actor/s entered his residence and removed about $50 in US coins and a number of dollar bills. The coins were stored in several containers. The coins were mixed values but included a large number of quarters and nickels. Investigation referred to the Detective division.
09-17-10 19:00 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Burglary-attempt-residence-day
100 block E. Plumstead Ave. – Police dispatched for a burglary attempt. On police arrival this officer spoke to the reporting parties. The owner of the property and recently died and the daughter (reporting party) is administering the house. Both reporting parties stated that their brother got a call from a neighbor who saw a white male trying to break into the property. The neighbor describes the white male at approximately 60 years of age, 5’9″ tall and having a lot of white hair. Nothing was missing from the home and the family did have the locks changed and secured the residence.
09-18-10 01:14 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Driving under the influence
W. Shadeland Ave & Marshall Rd.- While on routine patrol this officer observed a red Ford F250 traveling east on W. Marshall Road drive through a stay red signal. The vehicle was stopped. This officer approached the vehicle and observed a driver and a passenger. A strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emitting from the drivers person. The driver/offender was asked to exit the vehicle several times. The offender did consent to a search and this officer discovered one clear Ziploc bag containing a green leafy vegetable matter. The offender was placed into custody. The offender was administered the preliminary breath test and he blew over the legal limit. The offender will be charged appropriately.
09-18-10 13:22 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Burglary-no force-nonresidence
Unit block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Officer Albertoli and this officer responded for a report of a burglary discovered. On police arrival we spoke with the victim who reported that on 9-13-10 at approximately 1200 hours she discovered copper piping missing from the properties that she and her husband own. The victim reported she believes that the burglary occurred sometime in the past five weeks. The buildings are currently under renovation and the victim is not sure whether the building was locked at the time of the burglary. There were no signs of forced entry at the properties but die to the construction work being done it is not very secure and access can be gained to the building. The victim reports that her upstairs tenant noticed that the water was not working approximately five weeks ago, but he never informed the victim. The estimated loss , $3,000 including the repair work that was required to be done.
09-19-10 18:20 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – theft- under $50-retail theft
Unit block W. Marshall Rd. – Police responded to the Mar-Win Shop-n-Bag for a report of a theft that just occurred. On arrival this officer spoke to the complainant, who is the manger of the store. The complainant reported he observed the actor with store merchandise under his shirt. When the complainant confronted the actor the actor removed a bag of carrots and an Idaho potato from under his shirt and threw the merchandise. The complainant reported that there was another piece of merchandise under the actors’ shirt that he believes was some type of unknown meat. The actor ran out of the store and got into a dark blue Ford Bronco. Police checked the area with negative results.
09-19-10 22:13 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Narcotics-possession-morphine, heroin, etc.
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. 0n 9-19-10 at approximately 2213 hours the police were dispatched to the unit block of E. Baltimore for a disoriented subject. The elderly female wandered into the store and stated she is lost and confused. On police arrival I observed a black female standing at the front counter talking with a store employee. The subject turned to this officer and stated “I just need a gug, can you give me a hug.” When asked why she summoned the police, she stated that she was just trying to get some “Black & Milds.” This office immediately observed that the subject appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance. The subject’s eyes were very glassy, she appeared to be disoriented and her speech was slurred. The subject rambled on while speaking, unable to stay focused on a subject or question. The subject was taken into police custody. The subject had on her person several bottle with schedule II drugs contained in the bottles. It is the opinion of this officer that the subject/defendant was under the influence of a controlled substance to such a degree that she was a danger to herself and to other persons. The defendant was housed over night. Throughout the night the defendant was continually yelling, cursing, pacing back and forth, wiping herself with her underwear and throwing it in the sink. The defendant’s behavior would change from aggressive, quite, angry, screaming and then sleeping.