Police activity week of 06-03-13 through 06-09-13

06-04-13 11:41 hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Assault-firearm
Unit block Schappet Ter. – At approximately 10:33 hours Officer McGowan notified the Darby Borough Police Department that a vehicle that they had been looking for was parked in front of a residence on the unit block of Schappet Ter. The offender was wanted by Darby Borough Police on narcotics and weapons violations. The offender is also a wanted suspect out of the City of Philadelphia for his involvement in a shooting that occurred where an AK-47 assault weapon was used. The FBI fugitive task force was contacted, as they have been actively seeking the offender. After no response at the door of the residence forced entry was made. Offender was located on the second floor; the offender did attempt to fire a weapon at the officers. The weapon misfired and the offender was taken into custody.

06-04-13 18:41 hours – Ptl. J. McGowan – Disorderly conduct
N. Lansdowne & E. Stewart Aves. – Offender taken into custody after a complaint of a male exposing himself. Offender did urinate in public, which was witnessed by the complainant.

06-05-13 18:42 hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Theft- $50 to $200 auto parts
100 block E. Plumstead Ave. – The victim called to report the theft of his PA vehicle registration plate.

06-05-13 20:46 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Assault
S. Wycombe & E. Baltimore Aves. – Dispatched for a report of an assault that just occurred. Upon arrival the victim was observed unconscious and laying in the street on S. Wycombe Ave. Witness #1 was holding the offender down on the sidewalk. Witness #1 observed the offender assault the victim. A second witness also observed the offender assault the victim. The victim was transported to the hospital and the offender was taken into custody.

06-06-13 08:30 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Theft- $200 & over from auto
Unit block N. Wycombe Ave. – the victim reported that he parked his vehicle in his driveway last night and this morning noticed his black I-Pod was missing from the vehicle. The victim states he thinks he left his vehicle unlocked.

06-06-13 15:36 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Burglary-forced entry-residence- unknown time
Unit block S. Wycombe Ave. – The complainant, who was sub-contracted by Safeguard Properties, came over to the property today and discovered the black real estate box, was not on the front door of the property and the door was unlocked. He found the electric washer and dryer along with the gas stove and white refrigerator was missing. The complainant was last at the property on May 21, 1913 and the appliances were in the home then. The property owns the home and that the home is in foreclosure.

06-06-13 17:59 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Theft- under $50 from auto
100 block Windsor Ave. – the victim reports that someone had rifled through her vehicle. She did not notice anything missing. The victim thinks she may have forgotten to lock the vehicle doors. This is the third incident in the past two days that a vehicle has been rifled through.

06-06-13 19:30 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Theft- $200 & over
Unit block Windermere Ave. – The victim came to headquarters to report the theft of her firearm. She stated that she has not seen the weapon since approximately the end of March. She suspects that the weapon was taken from her home during a birthday party for her grandson on June 1st.

06-08-13 14:48 hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – Theft- $200 & over
Unit block E. Baltimore Ave. – The victim, a teacher for Upper Darby School District reports that while tutoring a student at the Dunkin Donuts, the student stole her AT&T Apple Iphone. The victim knows the student stole her phone because when she discovered her phone missing she immediately contacted her carrier and had her service switched to a new phone and started getting calls and text message from the student. Calls made to the number by police went unanswered.

06-08-13 05:32 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Theft- under $50
100 block N. Lansdowne Ave. – the caller reported that a U-Haul truck in the lot had unloaded into the dumpster several times overnight. Found the offender closing the U-haul truck. The offender, when asked, stated he was putting things in the dumpster. Two dumpsters appeared to full of demolition debris. The offender did not have permission to use the dumpsters. The offender was advised that he would be cited and the manager of complex would be notified.