Police Blotter 02-05-18 to 02-11-18
02/06/2018 01:05- THREATS/CONTEMPT OF COURT
200 BLK. HANSELL RD.
Victim currently has a temporary PFA order against her ex boyfriend. Suspect called victim from an unknown number while officer was on location. Victim answered the call. She fears that the suspect is going to damage her vehicle and will also try to harm her. Offender charged with contempt of court after violating a protection order.
02/07/2018 14:39 – SEX OFFENSE
Detectives were contacted via email by the Delaware County Children’s Advocacy Center (DCCAC). The email contained three CY 4 7 reports (Childline Report of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect) pertaining to suspected/reported sexual abuse. Investigation to continue.
02/07/2018 10:00- S26 HARASSMENT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL
While at the PWHS on an unrelated matter, the principals were discussing a problem with a m19.le student harassing a female student. When asked what type of harassment, officer was told that he choked her, tried to kiss her and smacked her on the buttocks. After viewing a video of the incident and discovered that it occurred on 1 j 29 j 18 in a stairway inside of the school, the adult student was cited.
02/08/2018 19:53-111 NARCOTICS POSSESSION
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Police were dispatched to S. Lansdowne Ave. for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival at the address, officers observed the defendant outside on the sidewalk in front of the front door to the apartment building located on S. Lansdowne Ave. The defendant became hostile and violent. He was taken into custody and charged with numerous charges including narcotics possession.
02/09/2018 02:34-PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS
EAST PLUMSTEAD AVE.
A male and female were taken into custody after an altercation out front of their residence.
02/10/2018 13:54- STOLEN PROPERTY
While on routine patrol, officer observed a black Acura displaying no registration plate in the area of Blackburn Ave and N. Wycombe Ave. A traffic stop was initiated on the vehicle. As a result of the traffic stop two subjects were transported to Lansdowne Police Department for further investigation in reference to a stolen license plate.