Police Blotter 09-04-17 to 09-10-17

09/05/2017 16:03 RETAIL THEFT
UNIT BLK. WEST BALTIMORE AVE

The Comp. reports that a male dropped a bag of merchandise at the exit door after activating the alarm sensors.


09/05/2017 18:59 THEFT OF BICYCLE
100 BLK. GLADSTONE RD.

The Comp. reported that his sons Hallinan’s Black Raleigh 21 speed bike with red details was missing from their rear yard.


09/06/2017 10:54- THEFT ATTEMPT
UNIT BLK. MADISON AVE.

Lansdowne Police were dispatched to a business for a burglary discovered.
Upon arrival it was determined that a theft attempt occurred but items were
left behind.


09/06/2017 12:30- THEFT
100 BLK. WEST GREENWOOD AVE.

The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Department Headquarters to report a theft of landscaping equipment. Taken were two RedMax line trimmers.


09/07/2017 14:01 -ASSAULT
100 BLK. POWELTON AVE.

An adult male was taken into custody for assaulting his girlfriend and drug offenses.


09/08/2017 15:39- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
SCOTTDALE RD.

Police were dispatched to the area of Scottdale Rd and W. Baltimore Ave. for a report a fight on a school bus. Subjects will be cited.


09/08/2017 23:17- FRAUD
NORTH UNION AVE.

A traffic stop was conducted for a traffic violation and upon further investigation; the vehicle was not registered, did not have a proper title and the insurance was also verified to be fraudulent. Vehicle was towed and citations will be issued.


09/09/2017 10:46- THEFT
SCOTTDALE RD.

Police were dispatched for a report of tires stolen off of a vehicle. The Victim reported that this morning she noticed that the right front tire and lug nuts were missing from her vehicle.


09/09/2017 21:05- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

While on patrol northbound on Lansdowne Ave in the area of Albemarle Ave, a strong smell of burnt marijuana was emanating from an area where a male was walking northbound on Lansdowne Ave. A pedestrian stop was conducted where the male admitted to smoking a small marijuana cigarette while walking down the street and discarding it before being stopped by the police. Citation issued.