Police Blotter 07-01-19 to 07-07-19
07/01/2019 22:15 – NARCOTICS POSSESSION
PLUMSTEAD & BARKER AVE.
At the above date and time, police were dispatched to East Plumstead Avenue for a report of a possible overdose. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the offender who was not suffering an overdose. The offender was taken into custody for being in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.
07/02/2019 08:30 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
While on routine patrol, officer was entering a store on N. Lansdowne Ave. As the officer was entering the store, the offender was entering the store with her dog. While entering the store other patrons where clearly alarmed and the dog was causing inconvenience to the other patrons. Officer confirmed with the store manager and other employees that they did not allow dogs inside of the store with the exception of certified service animals. Subject became irate when told of this and was issued a citation for disorderly conduct.
07/02/2019 14:42 – ROBBERY
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.
Police were dispatched toW Baltimore Ave, for an unknown nature. After arriving, it was discovered that a robbery had just occurred. Investigation to continue.
07/02/2019 18:40 – THEFT FROM AUTO
The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Station to report that sometime between Sunday night (June 30th) and Monday morning (July 1st), unknown actor(s) entered her vehicle that was parked on Scottdale Road. She stated that the actor rummaged through the interior of the vehicle and took a small amount of change that she had left in the vehicle.
07/04/2019 21:59 – DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
The offender was involved in an accident on Jackson Avenue. The offender was placed in custody for DUI. The offender refused to submit to a blood test. Charges will be filed.
07/04/2019 23:51 – THEFT FROM BUILDING
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Police were dispatched toN. Lansdowne Ave. for a theft report. Contact was made with both the victim and her daughter. They both reported that the victim was missing a diaper bag that contained the victim’s prescription medications.
07/05/2019 01:20 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT/RESISTING ARREST
WEST PLUMSTEAD AVE.
EMS and the Lansdowne Police responded toW. Plumstead Avenue for the report of a subject down. The offender was placed in custody for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
07/05/2019 08:55 – THREATS
The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Headquarters to report threats. The victim provided officer with text messages from the offender threatening to fight the victim and abort her unborn baby. The victim is 7 months pregnant. Charges will be filed appropriately.
07/06/2019 05:31 – RETAIL THEFT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Police were dispatched toN. Lansdowne Ave for a retail theft. The actor reportedly fled the area in a dark blue Chevrolet Malibu with unknown Maryland registration. Taken were lighters and bottled water.
07/06/2019 15:16 – THEFT FROM VEHICLE
NORTH UNION AVE.
The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Station to report a theft from vehicle. She .stated that at approximately 13:00 hours on Wednesday July 3, 2019, unknown actor(s) entered her vehicle and took her purse. The purse contained cash and personal items. Victim stated that the vehicle was unlocked because she had been unloading groceries after a shopping trip.
07/07/2019 07:28 – THEFT FROM VEHICLE
EAST MARSAHLL RD.
Lansdowne Police were dispatched to E. Marshall Rd for a theft discovered from a vehicle. Upon arrival, officer made contact with the victim who reported that someone had entered her unlocked vehicle overnight and took a taser from the vehicle.
07/07/2019 09:27 – THEFT FROM VEHICLE
EAST STRATFORD AND HIGHLAND AVE.
Police responded to a theft from vehicle discovered. On arrival, the victim stated that sometime between approximately 1 AM and approximately 8 AM this morning, an unknown actor(s) entered his vehicle and stole his wallet and several bags. The actor went through the glove compartment and left the interior of the vehicle in disarray. He stated that the vehicle may have been unlocked at the time of the theft.