Police Blotter 05-14-18 to 05-20-18
05/14/2018 08:24- ROBBERY
EAST PLUMSTEAD AVE.
Dispatched to a business for a report of a robbery-just occurred. Enroute to the call, flash information matched the actor from recent local robberies including one at the 7-11 in Clifton heights early this morning. Assisting officers checked the area and were unable to locate the suspect. Investigation to continue.
05/15/2018 16:05- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTO
WEST PLUMSTEAD AVE.
Victim reported that when she was driving her vehicle this morning at about 1100hrs she felt as if it was driving funny. She reported that she pulled into a nearby garage and that her tires were flat. She reported that the attendant who was changing the tires told her that it appeared as if one of the tires had been slashed.
05/16/2018 14:00- THEFT OF AUTO PART
The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Station to report the theft of a license plate. Victim stated that she “junked” a vehicle in September 2017 and did not realize that the vehicle still had a PA license plate that was associated with her information. She is now receiving violation notices from Philadelphia.
05/17/2018 09:00 THEFT
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
The comp called to report that a tenant living in the basement apartment is in the process of being evicted. The comp discovered that he put a hole in his apartment wall that separates his apartment from the condensation tank room for the building that is only to be accessed by employees. He then ran an extension cord through the hole and plugged it in to an outlet in the condensation tank room and was stealing electricity. Charges will be filed.
05/18/2018 11:34 -THEFT
NORTH HIGHLAND AVE.
Police were dispatched to N. Highland Ave for a report of a theft discovered. Officers responded to the address where contact was made with the victim. The victim reported that someone had stolen her Blue and Silver Mountain Bike that had been locked on the deck/ stairwell of her apartment building.
05/20/2018 18:03- THEFT
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.
Police were dispatched to a business on W. Baltimore Ave. for a report of a theft discovered. Upon arrival an officer spoke with the victim who reported that she discovered that money had been stolen out of her wallet and purse from the store employee break room.
05/20/2018 21:36 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTO
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.
Dispatched for criminal mischief to auto. Once out the victim listed reported that she was traveling west on Baltimore Ave. passing the driveway to the CVS just east of Maple Ave. when a gray plastic tote hit the hood of her vehicle then shattered her windshield causing a open hole in the glass. The tote must have been thrown by an unknown actor from the CVS lot.