Police activity week of 03-28-11 through 04-03-11
03-27-11 22:25- Ptl. M. McGinnis – Theft attempted from auto
Unit block N. Wycombe Ave. – The victim’s indicated that they were cleaning and removing personal property form the residence and were in and out of the residence loading their vehicles. On their last trip out they discovered that both vehicles had been entered and each of their glove compartments and center consoles had been entered and gone through. Both indicated that nothing was missing. Both vehicles were unlocked.
03-28-11 08:45 hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Theft-$200 & over-from buildings
100 block Green Ave. (PWHS) – the victim reported that on 3-24-11 at 1405 hours a notebook computer was discovered missing from room 005 of the Penn Wood High School. The computer was discovered missing from a classroom.
03-29-11 21:20 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – All other ordinance violations
Unit block E. Stratford Ave. – Police responded to a domestic male vs. female. On arrival this officer made contact with the offender standing on the sidewalk with an open container of an alcoholic beverage. The offender stated he and his girlfriend had an argument and he was waiting for a friend to pick him up. The offender was placed into custody for an open container. The offender was transported to police headquarters, cited and released.
03-39-11 12:15 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft-$50 to $200 – from auto
N. Highland Ave. – the victims stated that they had both left their wallets in a work truck located at Highland & Price Aves at approximately 10:30 hours. When returning to the vehicle at approximately 12:00 hours they discovered that cash was missing from each of their wallets. The work truck was unlocked and the windows were open and both wallets were on the rear seat.
03-31-11 05:02 hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Disorderly Conduct
Unit block S. Lansdowne Ave. – The complainant called and requested that police accompany him up to his apartment so he could pick up some clothes he needed for work. Upon entry to the apartment the offender was on location inside the apartment. As soon as we entered the apartment the offender began yelling at the complainant and accusing him of cheating on her. Things began to escalate as the offender began getting louder and cursing repeatedly. This officer advised the offender several times to cease. The offender ignored this officer’s order to cease and was placed under arrest for Disorderly conduct and Harassment.
03-31-11 19:08 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Retail theft
Unit block W. Marshall Rd. – The manager of the Mar-win Market reports a white male did take two or three butt half filet mignon from the store. The offender ran out of the store and left in a vehicle traveling south bound on Windermere Ave.
04-01-11 09:45 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft- $200 & over- bicycles
200 block Jackson Ave. – The complainant came to police headquarters to report his wife’s bicycle stolen from the garage of the residence. Value of the bike approximately $200.00, a Schwinn, 10 speed with white lettering, a large beige colored seat and reversed handle bars.
04-01-11 10:43 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft- $50 to $200 from buildings
200 block W. Baltimore Ave. – the victim stated that while at the hair salon she had to use the bathroom. When she returned she noticed her handbag, beside the salon chair, was unzipped and $152.75 was missing from the bag. Police checked the business for the missing money with the permission of the owner. No money was found.
04-02-11 21:52 hours – Ptl. M. Mugler – Theft- under $50 – auto parts & accessories
Unit block E. LaCrosse Ave. – Complainant reports registration place taken from a vehicle he had borrowed.
04-02-11 21:44 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli –Theft- $50 to $200- all other
Unit block N. Lansdowne Ave. (Wawa) – Dispatched to Wawa for a theft that just occurred. Two heavyset black females report passed a counterfeit one hundred dollar bill and left the store with items and change. The reporting party advised the two females paid for $15.32 in food and beverages. They were given change and began to leave the store with the items and their change. When employees tried to place the $100.00 bill into the drop safe, the machine rejected it, twice. The reporting party asked the women to stop, but they left the store walking south on N. Lansdowne Avenue. Police checked the area with negative results. The store video is saved.
04-03-11 02:50 hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Stolen property-possessing-motor vehicle
11 block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Observed a silver Ford Crown Victoria traveling north on N. Lansdowne Ave. The vehicle was traveling very slowly and suddenly put it’s right turn signal on and made an abrupt turn in the parking lot causing the vehicle behind it to swerve around it. A check of the vehicle’s registration revealed it as a stolen vehicle out of Philadelphia. The vehicle was located in the parking lot along with the offender. The offender was taken into custody and will be charged appropriately.