Police Blotter 07-08-19 to 07-14-19


07/08/2019 19:34 – THEFT FROM VEHICLE
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Police were dispatched to N Highland Ave for the report of a theft discovered. The reporting party stated that his firearm was stolen from his vehicle sometime between 07/05/2019 and 07/08/2019. He is unsure where the theft occurred but that it could have occurred in Lansdowne or Philadelphia.


07/09/2019 00:55 – ROBBERY
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.

The police were dispatched to North Wycombe Ave. for a robbery. According to the victim, she was walking home from Danny’s Bar when she was approached by two black females and one black male. The females walked up to her and began punching her without saying a word. The victim ended up on the ground with broken glasses and having only the strap to her purse. After investigation, charges are pending for 3 juveniles.


07/09/2019 00:57 – CURFEW LAW
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.

On July 9th, 2019 at approximately 12:57am, while investigating a robbery, three juveniles were stopped for curfew violations. Subjects were cited and one juvenile was released to CYS.


07/09/2019 10:30 – THEFT
MARSHALL & GREEN AVE.

Police responded to the area of Marshall Road Field for the report of a robbery. Upon further investigation the call was determined to be theft of services that occurred on Marshall Road at Green Avenue. The victim is a cab driver and the offender ran out of the cab without paying the fare. Police located the offender and charges were filed.


07/09/2019 15:31 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.

The Lansdowne police received a report of a stolen vehicle. The victim stated that he parked the listed Ford Taurus on Runnemede Ave and entered the Wells Fargo Bank, when he returned to his vehicle a short time later it had been stolen. The vehicle keys were in the ignition and it was running. Car was later recovered in Yeadon.


07/10/2019 01:24 – ASSAULT
LANSDOWNE & PENNOCK TERR.

Police were dispatched to the area of S. Lansdowne Avenue and Pennock Terrace for a report of an assault victim. On location, the victim stated that he was walking north on the sidewalk on S. Lansdowne Avenue heading to the train station and observed a male walking toward him on the same sidewalk walking South on S. Lansdowne Avenue. The male turned toward him and punched him approximately four or five times, striking him in the stomach and left arm. He states that the unknown male then ran west down Pennock Terrace toward the park.


07/10/2019 19:57 – FRAUD
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Police were dispatched to N. Lansdowne Ave. for a report of theft that just occurred where a purchase was made with a stolen credit card. Police located the juvenile offender and charges are pending.


07/09/2019 13:59 – THEFT
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.

Lansdowne Police were dispatched to E Baltimore Ave & N Lansdowne Ave for the report of a theft that just occurred within the last ten minutes. Upon arrival the officer made contact with the victim who stated that he left his bicycle behind Lansdowne Cleaners at approximately 1350 hours and went into Walgreens. He stated that upon returning to his bicycle it was no longer there. Bike was recovered in Collingdale.


07/13/2019 01:01 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Following a motor vehicle stop, female subject was cited for having small amount of marijuana in her possession.


07/13/2019 17:26 – BURGLARY
EAST BALTIMORE AVE.

Officers responded to E Baltimore Ave for a burglary interrupted. Investigation continues.


07/13/2019 16:47 – INDECENT EXPOSURE
WEST PLUMSTEAD AVE.

Lansdowne Police Department was dispatched to W Plumstead Ave for an indecent act that just occurred. A male was observed urinating on the side of the roadway. The area was checked but neither the subject nor the vehicle was located.


07/13/2019 23:00 – DUI NORTH
LANSDOWNE AVE.

Lansdowne Police were dispatched to the area of Lansdowne Avenue for the report of a reckless driver. A vehicle stop was initiated and the operator was taken into custody for driving under the influence of alcohol.


07/14/2019 18:57 – THEFT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

The Lansdowne police received a report of theft. Upon police arrival, the victim stated that he viewed a male and female leave the store without paying for several items.