Police activity week of 03-18-13 through 03-24-13

03-18-13 12:29 hours – Ptl. J. McGowan – Burglary-no force- residence-unknown time
100 block S. Wycombe Ave. – Victim reports appliances that were recently delivered and installed in the two apartments he owns were stolen. The victim’s workers discovered the key lock box on the door was missing. Missing from the property were two gas ranges, 2 dish washers, 2 microwaves and the key lock box.


03-19-13 10:54 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Burglary-attempt-residence-day
100 block Blackburn Ave. – Victim stated that unknown actor/s had attempted to enter her residence twice in the past day. While at work yesterday the actor/s broke the glass on the window of the rear door. It did not appear that anything was missing. She moved a large refrigerator in front of the door to block it from opening. Sometime this morning, the actor/s attempted to gain entry again as the refrigerator had been moved out of the way. No entry gained.


03-20-13 18:04 hours – Ptl M. McGinnis – M.V. theft-autos- all other parking lots
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. – The victim reports his vehicle stolen. The victim indicated that on the evening of 3-18-13 into 3-19-13 a female friend spent the evening in his apartment. When the victim woke up on 3-19-13 the female friend along with his Maroon 1998 Chevrolet Malibu, a Boost mobile Android phone and a $100.00 TD bank gift card were missing. He waited to report the incident hoping his car would be returned, now he wants his car entered as stolen and indicated that he will cooperate with prosecution at all levels. The victim came to LPD at 19:40 hours and informed this officer that he made contact with the suspect and that the vehicle was in the process of being returned, he requested that the BOLO be canceled.


03-22-13 17:43 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Criminal mischief
200 block N. Maple Ave. – The brother of the victim reports the front of the house was egged. He also reported that the rear basement window was partially open ant that the screen on the window had been cut. No entry gained. Prior to this incident the brother upon answering the front door observed three black male teenage juveniles running up the street.


03-23-13 09:05 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Criminal mischief to auto
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. – The victim reports his rent a car that as parked in Wells Fargo Bank parking lot was vandalized sometime overnight. Someone had keyed the hood, driver side door and rear quarter panel. The victim believes it is the ex-boyfriend of a female friend. The female believes that the actor is stalking her. She was advised to obtain a PFA.


03-23-13 23:31 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Disorderly conduct
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. – This officer observed a male walking east as a female was facing him and choking him while screaming at him. This officer separated the two. They both stated they were arguing. The female also stated she was bitten by a dog while running on E. Baltimore Ave. the male offender initially lied about a bleeding injury to his right hand; he actually punched one of the glass windows on the borough building, breaking same. Both parties were transported separately to the hospital, the offender for the injury to the hand and the female for the dog bite. The offender will be charged with disorderly conduct and restitution will be requested for the window. This officer will obtain the video tape to ascertain what happened in reference to the dog bite.


03-23-13 18:11 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Disorderly conduct
100 block Green Ave. PWHS – Received a call from the high school for criminal mischief in progress. Three male juveniles taken into custody for this incident. All will be charged appropriately.


03-24-13 18:17 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Narcotics-possession
Unit block W. Marshall Rd. – Responded for a report of a suspicious male soliciting money. On location we located the male. After checking through CLEAN it was learned that he was a wanted person. The offender was transported to police headquarters. During the search incident to arrest a small white container was located. There was on small blue pill with the marking 2089 V on the tablet. The offender stated that it was Xanax and he did have a prescription for it, but could not provide one at this time.