Police activity week of 01-04-10 through 01-10-10
01-05-09 15:35 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Disorderly Conduct
100 block Woodland Ave. – Police responded for report of a domestic disturbance involving a mother and daughter. On arrival mother and daughter were in a physical conflict. Both were separated and the mother will be cited for disorderly conduct. This case will be referred to Children and Youth Services.
01-06-10 12:28 Hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Criminal Mischief to auto
200 block Scottdale Rd. – Victim’s wife reports that over a period of several days scratches have appeared on her husband’s vehicle. The vehicle is parked in the Gladstone parking lot.
01-06-10 16:50 Hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Harassment
100 block Green Ave. (PWHS) – Verbal dispute at the high school. Appropriate charges will be filed against the offender. Dispute between students.
01-07-10 06:46 Hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Theft-$50 to $200 from auto
11 block Blackburn Ave. – Victim states her unlocked vehicle was entered overnight. Missing from the vehicle is a Kenwood car Stereo.
10-08-10 12:53 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – theft-$50 to $200 retail theft
100 block E. Baltimore (CVS) – Cashier at CVS reports a white male, early 20’s, wearing a gray hoody and black jacket and gloves having long black hair reached around the counter and stole three cartons of cigarettes. Value $166.93. The offender was last seen getting into the passenger seat of a gold colored Cadillac traveling north bound on Union Ave.
01-09-10 10:06 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Burglary-Attempt-Residence Day
Unit block S. Wycombe Ave. – Neighbor witnessed two black males wearing gloves exit a vehicle and proceed to the rear of the neighbors house. The actors returned to the vehicle and then went to the rear of the house again. Neighbor knows the homeowners were not home. Vehicle actors used was described as an ash colored “family van” with windows. The vehicle was last seen leaving the area traveling east bound on Bartram Ave. On police arrival burglar alarm was sounding. A check of the perimeter of the house revealed a broken window pane on the rear door. Police checked the interior of the home with negative findings. The house did not appear to have been ransacked. It is likely that the alarm had scared away the would be burglars. The homeowners did return home and were advised to make a list of any missing items and contact the police department.
01-10-10 00:24 Hours – Ptl. M. Mugler -Liquor law Violation
200 block N. Lansdowne Ave -Police received a report of a loud party. On police arrival located several underage drinkers in the home. All will be cited appropriately.
01-10-10 00:00 Hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Assaults-other simple
100 block Berkley Ave. – Police received a report of a domestic dispute. Husband and wife had a physical confrontation, both displayed minor cuts. Both will be charged with simple assault.
01-08-10 23:23 hours – Ptl. M. Mugler – Liquor Law Violation
100 block Bryn Mawr Ave. – This officer received a cell phone call from off duty Lansdowne Police Officer C. Craig. Off. Craig informed this officer that he was traveling in his personal vehicle when two males jumped out in front of his vehicle, one male smacked the rear of the vehicle with his hand. Three males were apprehended; two cited for underage drinking the third was issued a warning for curfew violation. All were released to adults.