Police activity week of 03-10-14 through 03-16-14

03-10-14 18:21 HOURS – Ptl. K. McDermott – Burglary-no force-residence- unknown time
200 block W. Albemarle Ave. – Responded for a burglary discovered. The victim stated that at some point between 084S hours on 3-7-14 and 1810 hours this date his television and approximately $50.00 worth of OshKosh B’gosh toddler clothing was taken from the residence. There were no signs of forced entry.

03-10-1422:02 hours – Ptl. C. Brown – Burglary- no force- residence- day time
Unit block N. Maple Ave. – The son of the property owner called police after an alarm activation at the property. The 50n and this officer checked for damage to the doors & windows with no damage being found. At 22:20 hours received a call stating the property owners found items missing from the home. Missing intems include jewelry, cash, six bottles of designer cologne. There were computer and other electronics left t in all rooms, including an IPad that were left in the home.

03-11-1402:35 hours – Ptl. J. McGowan – Public Drunkenness
200 block Wabash Ave. – The complainted called police because she could hear noises on her back deck and believed someone was on the deck. On arrival police observed a black male walking from underneath the rear deck. While speaking with the male this officer could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his person and breath. The offender was taken into custody. He will be cited for public drunkenness.

03-13-1415:20 hours – Sgt. Eidell- Theft – $50 to $200
100 block Green Ave. – PWHS – A student had participated in a fund raiser for the junior class. The student took orders and collected money from several teachers. When the fund raiser ended this particular student told the teacher he had no money. 5he knew he had collected money from the teachers and advised him that he had until 02/25/14 to turn in the money. The student never turned the money over to the teacher. This officer will follow up and speak to all involved to see if they want to prosecute.

03-13-1421:38 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Drive under the influence
E. Marshall Rd. & Braddock Ave. – Sgt. Kienzle, Off. D. Schiazza and this officer responded for a report of an intoxicated driver going the wrong way on the street. The offender was stopped and was visibly intoxicated and refused all field sobriety tests. She was placed under arrest for DUI and other related charges.

03-14-1400:15 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Burglary-forced entry- residence- unknot time
Unit block Willowbrook Ave. – The victim stated she arrived home to find the front door of the house open. Numerous pieces of jewelry were taken from a bedroom. The actor ignored other valuable items including a lap top computer. Entry was made through a window. The victim will provide a list of missing items and their value to police.

03-14-1410:42 hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Burglary-forced entry-residence-unknown time
Unit block 5. Wycombe Ave. – Dispatched for an open door discovered. Once out the basement door of the vacant residence, was open with a cut padlock located inside. Inside of the basement appeared as if copper pipe had been removed.

03-14-14 17:41 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Burglary-forced entry – residence – unknown time
Unit block W. Greenwood Ave. -The reporting party states that the front door was open to his neighbor’s residence and that he believed the residence to be currently vacant. On arrival observed that a glass window frame to the front door had been broken out and that the door was ajar. Besides the damaged door nothing else appeared damaged or disturbed.

03-14-1422:47 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Robbery -armed-firearm- highway
E. Essex & N. Maple Aves – Police received a call to report a robbery. The victim was sitting in the driver’s seat of her car with her boyfriend/victim. They were waiting for a friend. Two males approached her car on foot. One of the males approached the passenger window, where the boyfriend was seated, produced a gun and said something like, “I want everything, gimme all of that.” The boyfriend/victim gave the male his money and iPhone. The female victim turned over her iPhone. The offender then made a remark like: “drive away before I shoot up your car”. The victim’s drove away. The female victim drove home to Overbrook Park before reporting the robbery. The female victim was requested to come to LPD to give a statement; she did not come during this officer’s shift.

03-16-1408:02 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – MV theft- auto-driveway
200 block Bryn Mawr Ave. – the victim returned home from work, parked her vehicle in the rear driveway. Later she discovered her vehicle was stolen. It was also at this time the victim realized that she left her key in the ignition and the vehicle was unlocked.