Police Blotter 09-24-18 to 09-30-18
09/04/2018 12:29 -FORGERY
Victim reports a dispute with a local repair shop over the work that was done and that someone forged her signature on the insurance check that was cashed by the repair shop. Investigation to continue.
09/24/2018 08:53- THEFT FROM VEHICLE
Police were dispatched for a theft from vehicle discovered. Upon arrival, police made contact with the victim who reported his unlocked vehicle was entered and items were taken.
09/24/2018 20:33- ASSAULT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Police received a call for an assault thatjust occurred at N. Lansdowne Ave and E. Baltimore Ave. Victim required medical treatment. Investigation continues.
09/24/2018 20:30- ATTEMPTED BURGLARY
Police responded to an attempted burglary on Balfour Circle involving three B/M’s that were observed in the rear of the house. Subjects fled before police arrival. Two (2) juveniles have since been charged and charges pending on the third juvenile.
09/26/2018 08:52- THEFT FROM VEHICLE
Police were dispatched to Blackburn Ave for a theft from vehicle which occurred overnight. Victim unsure if vehicle was locked. Taken was unknown amount of money.
09/26/2018 11:55- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL
Police dispatched to Penn Wood High School for a fight inside of the cafeteria. Citations were issued to the offenders.
09/29/2018 01:28- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Police were contacted by the witness regarding three suspicious subjects that got into a vehicle in the alley way located on Woodland Ave. Three subjects were located inside of the vehicle two of which were 17 year old juveniles and the third was 22 years old. The odor of burnt marijuana was detected throughout the vehicle. Subjects charged with disorderly conduct.
09/29/2018 21:54- RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Officers conducted a vehicle stop on a stolen vehicle. One (1) adult and three (3) juveniles were taken into custody.
09/29/2018 21:12- FRAUD
Police were dispatched to McKinley Ave. for a report of a theft discovered. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, who reported that he had just discovered that someone had made unauthorized transactions from his credit union account.