Police activity week of 01-18-10 through 01-24-10

01-18-10 11:55 hours – Ptl. M. Mugler- Criminal Mischief to autos
200 block Berkley Ave. – Victim states his vehicle hood was scratched by someone overnight while parked in his driveway.

01-18-10 14:38 Hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Assaults- simple
100 block S. Lansdowne Ave. – Responded for call of physical domestic. The victim states she was attacked by her ex-boyfriend and his girlfriend. Both offenders had fled the scene. The victim received minor injury consisting of some small lacerations to the indie of her upper lips. Investigation to continue.

01-18-10 17:10 Hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Disorderly conduct
Madison Road – this officer while routine patrol observed a parked tan 2000 Lincoln Continental with head lights on in the Gladstone station parking lot. As this officer approached the vehicle the driver/offender rolled down the window. As he rolled the window down this officer detected strong odor ob burnt marijuana emitting from the offender and the vehicle. The offender was asked if he had any drugs in the vehicle and he trunked over a bottle containing a burnt blunt containing a green leafy vegetable matter. The offender was taken into custody. The offender was cited for disorderly conduct and his vehicle was towed.

01-19-10 20:56 Hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Criminal Mischief-All other
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. – Victim states the front window of his office had been broken. A witness who had been in the Lansdowne Borough Hall, Centennial Room had heard two subjects arguing as they passed the Borough Hall. These subjects may be responsible for the broken glass. The victim will make arrangements to repair the window in the morning.

01-20-10 12:02 Hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Disorderly conduct
100 block Green Ave. (PWHS) – Responded to Penn Wood High School for four in custody for fighting. This officer did view video tape from the high school of the fight. All four offenders cited for disorderly conduct.

01-22-10 06:48 Hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Public Drunkenness
Unit block Windermere Ave. – Police responded to an intoxicated subject. ON arrival the offender was at the intersection and was having a difficult time maintaining his balance and was manifestly under the influence of alcohol. The offender was placed under arrested transported to police headquarters and cited for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

01-22-10 20:25 hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Assaults- simple
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. – Police responded to a radio dispatch for a sick person. Upon police arrival this officer was met by the paramedics. The victim, a paramedic, advised this officer that the offender refused medical treatment or transport to the hospital. This officer spoke briefly to the offender; she was heavily under the influence of alcohol. This officer observed the victim turn his back to the offender. At that time this officer witnessed the offender grab a wooden baseball bat and lifts it over her head as if she was going to swing it at the victim. The police were able to take the offender into custody. On return to the police station the offender attempted numerous times to kick out the right rear passenger window of the police car. The defendant will be charged appropriately.

01-24-10 09:21 Hours – Ptl. M. Mugler – Theft-$50 to $200-Retail theft
Unit block W. Marshall Rd. (Mar-Win Market) – On police arrival the offender was in custody. The witnesses stated the offender attempted to leave the store with unpaid items. The offender was taken into custody. The value of items is $81.86. A review of the offender’s criminal history revealed several prior convictions for shoplifting and retail theft.