Police activity week of 06-10-13 through 06-16-13

06-10-13 11:52 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Disorderly conduct
Unit block of Nyack Ave. – Police responded to a naked man running in the hallways of the apartment building. On arrival this officer observed a black male naked in a stairwell. The offender ran into the basement, but was given a verbal command to come out. The offender appeared now wearing a pair of pants. When asked what he had been doing in the halls naked, he stated “I can’t tell you”. The offender was taken into custody. The offender appeared to suffering from some sort of mental illness. The offender was cited for disorderly conduct and was dropped off at the crisis center for a voluntary evaluation.


06-11-13 10:05 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Disorderly conduct
100 block Owen Ave. – Dispatched for a report of a check on the well being reported by the father of a 16 year old that was reported to have left school and was enroute to break into his residence. On arrival spoke to the father who reported his son was suspended from school. Did check the residence and the son was not home. While on location the father searched his son’s bedroom and found the following: 3 small jars commonly used to store marijuana, 1 “X’ clear yellow colored plastic bag containing green colored buds and residue that field tested positive for marijuana. In two other second floor rooms found remnants of a marijuana blunt and two clear plastic sandwich bags containing a green leafy substance suspected to be parsley. The father requited we return to the residence when the son was home and speak to him. This officer and Sgt. Kienzle and Off. Craig returned spoke to the son and then issued him a non-traffic citation for disorderly conduct.


06-11-13 22:30 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Driving under the influence
Unit block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Dispatched for a domestic dispute, male vs. female. On arrival observed a male & female standing outside the store arguing. The parties were separated. The male/offender was asked how he got to the store, he stated he drove. The offender admitted to drinking. The offender was observed with glassy blood shot eyes and unsteady on his feet. The offender was placed into custody. The offender was transported to the hospital for blood sample. The offender will be charged appropriately.


06-12-13 07:09 – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Theft $200 & over from auto
Unit block E. Essex Ave. – The victim reported that this morning his wife noticed that his white Gucci wallet with a red stripe had been taken from his vehicle. Missing were credit cards, Pa drivers license and Visa Atm/debit card. Both his and his wife’s vehicle were unlocked.


06-12-13 13:56 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Criminal mischief to auto
100 block W. Baltimore Ave. – On arrival the victim stated that he believes his ex-girlfriend keyed his vehicle at some point between 01:30 hours and 14:00 hours this date. The victim and the ex-girlfriend were involved in a domestic dispute earlier this morning. The vehicle received scratches along the driver’s side and hood of the vehicle.


06-13-13 08:35 hours – Ptl. K. McDermott – Theft – under $50 from auto
100 block W. Baltimore Ave. -Upon arrival the victim stated that approximately $5.00 in assorted change was taken from the vehicle. Change was located in a cup holder in the center console. The victim believes the key pad was utilized to gain access to the vehicle.


06-13-13 10:45 hours – Ptl. J. McGowan – Theft – $50 to $200 from auto
Unit block W. Stratford Ave. – The victim reports that this morning she discovered she and her husband’s vehicle’s had been broken into. She reports the doors to the vehicles were already unlocked and papers and items were scattered everywhere inside the vehicles. Change, an android phone charges and used iTunes gift cards were missing. No forced entry made to the vehicles.


06-14-13 11:14 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Trespassing of real property
Unit block s. Lansdowne Ave. – Responded to the Lansdowne Public Library for a report of an unwanted subject. On arrival spoke to the Library Director who stated the offender was in the library and has been told that he was not allowed to return or enter the Library, because he has caused disturbances in the Library in the past. The offender was placed into custody. While the offender was in custody it was learned that there were 14 active warrants against him. The offender was turned over to the constables.


06-14-13 09:33 hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Burglary-forced entry – residence- unknown time
Unit block Windermere Ave. – Lansdowne Code Officer discovered the rear door the property forced open and called for police. The property has been vacant for sometime as is the property next door. While checking the building it was observed that the floors and ceilings were damaged by the actors, who ho apparently stole most of the copper piping in the residence. CEO Gould stated that he was going to contact the property owner to advise him that his building was found unsecured and burglarized while conducting a property check.


06-14-13 14:57 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Theft- $50 to $100 from buildings
Unit block E. Stratford Ave. – The victim reported that she discovered her white whicker couch missing from the side of her apartment. Estimated value item is $200.00.


06-15-13 03:03 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Burglary-forced entry- residence- night
Unit block E. LaCrosse Ave. – Complainant reports seeing two black males taking items from a home.
The complainant states he saw the men taking a refrigerator out of the property and putting it in a red pickup truck. He stated he also saw a stove in the truck. Checked area and did not locate the truck with the refrigerator. The owner of the property was located and advised of the incident. The victim/property owner reported two refrigerators, a white gas stove, a white gas dryer and a white gas dryer missing from the property. He also reported copper piping missing.


06-15-13 15:51 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Theft- $50 to $200 all other
N. Wycombe & E. Baltimore Aves. -The victim reported that his wallet had been stolen from the SEPTA bus that he had been riding. The offenders were located and arrested. The wallet was located and recovered in a bush located on a front lawn.


06-16-13 08:28 hours – Ptl. D. Schiazza – Burglary-forced entry-residence- unknown time
Unit block Schappet Ter. – The victim reports when she returned home she discovered that the rear door to her residence had been forced open. Missing from the home was a black flat screen TV, DVD-VCR combo player, DVD player and a green & black phone speaker. She reports dresser drawer in the bedroom had been rifled. The victim was advised to make a complete list of missing items.