Police activity week of 07-19-10 through 07-25-10
07-20-10 14:05 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft-$200 & over – from buildings
100 block Berkley Ave. – Police received a report of a burglary discovered. Upon police arrival the victim stated that on the date of this report at approximately 1130hours she discovered that approximately $7,900.00 worth of her jewelry was missing. The victim last remembers seeing the jewelry in her jewelry box on 7-01-10. The victim suspects a friend of her daughters. The daughter met the suspect while they were both in prison. The victim allowed the suspect to stay in her apartment because the suspect had nowhere else to live. The victim stated that on 7-14-10 she observed the suspect in her apartment with another person. The victim and her daughter told the suspect that the she could not have that person in the apartment. The mother and daughter suspect that this is when the jewelry was taken.
07-20-10 18:12 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft-$200 & over- from buildings
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. – The victim came to the police station to report that on 7-19-10 at approximately 11005 hours she discovered that her cellular phone had been stolen from the community Y daycare center. The victim reported that she had placed her cellular phone down approximately five minutes before she discovered it was missing. The victim reported that one of the parents at the daycare had been in the room around the time she discovered that the cellular phone had been stolen. The victim reported that the suspect was acting suspicious by staying in the room longer than necessary and the he kept glancing over at her. The cellular phone is a white T-Mobile, Model G-J, with a clear casing with True Blood wallpaper on it that she estimates to be valued at $300.00.
07-22-10 11:11 hours – Ptl. L. Doyle -Theft-under $50 from buildings
Unit block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Police received a call of a theft discovered at Doyle’s Deli. Upon arrival this officer met with the deli owner. The owner stated that he had a Lions Club money jar on his front counter near the cash register. The jar was within reaching distance of the customers. The owner stated there was probably $15.00 in the jar.
The owner stated that last night, July 21, he was watching the news; there was a segment on how charity money jars have become the target of recent crimes. When he returned to work the next day he discovered the money jar was missing. The owner believes that the jar could have been taken within the last week, July 15-22.
07-23-10 07:00 hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Burglary-No Force -Residence-Night
200 block Windermere Ave. – Police received a call for a burglary discovered. This is the second call for a burglary at this residence this month. Taken in this incident; 42″ television, Les Paul guitar, various musical equipment. Investigation referred to the detective unit.
07-25-10 00:56 hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Drive under influence-drugs
E. Baltimore Ave. – This officer was responding to an emergency call with the light and siren of my patrol vehicle activated when I observed a gray Nissan pick-up truck leave the roadway and strike the curb on the north side of the roadway in the 200 block of E. Baltimore Avenue. The vehicle re-entered the roadway, and failed to yield to another police vehicle with its emergency equipment activated.
This officer did eventually stop the vehicle on S. Union Avenue. Upon contact with the offender this officer noticed that his eyes were blood shot, glassy and had pin pointed pupils despite being in a darkened area. On the driver side floorboard, in plain view, there were two small blue glassine baggies containing a white chunky substance suspected to be crack cocaine. The defendant was taken into custody and will be charged appropriately.
07-25-10 12:06 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Assaults-other-simple
100 block Nyack Ave. – This officer responded to a call of a domestic with two sisters fighting. On police arrival, this officer could hear an argument coming from indie the building. Multiple voices could be heard yelling and using profanities and threats. Upon entering the residence it was determined that two sister were in a physical confrontation. Both sisters were arrested for domestic assault