Police activity week of 10-08-12 through 10-14-12

10-08-12 17:08 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Burglary-no force-residence-day
Unit block Windermere Ave. – Victims stated they were victims of a burglary that reportedly occurred on Friday October 5th, 2012. Does not appear that there was any forced entry. The victim’s are still not fully sure of what is missing and where it was taken from. At a minimum, the loss is estimated at twenty to thirty thousand dollars. This includes an unknown number of silver dollars and a number of pieces of the female victim’s gold jewelry. When asked why they did not call the police the male victim told us he went to the police stilton and spoke with an officer, who he stated he does not like and that is why he did not report the burglary.


10-09-12 08:37 hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Burglary-forced entry-residence- day
Unit block e. Stewart Ave. – Responded for a report of a burglary. As a result of the investigation, three subjects were taken into custody, two adult males and one juvenile male. Upon further investigation it was determined that the juvenile male did have an alibi and was released to the custody of his father.


10-09-12 23:44 hours – Sgt. J. McCaughan – Public drunkenness
Unit block N. Lansdowne Ave. – Dispatched to the Wawa store for a suicidal subject, who reportedly made a statement about jumping in front of a train and then walked away from the store towards the train station leaving behind a suitcase and bag of clothing. Located the female subject who denied saying she was going to jump in front of a train and stated she was going to buy a train ticket. The subject was intoxicated and was taken into custody and will be held until she sobers up enough to be released. She will be cited for public drunkenness.


10-10-12 15:57 hours – Sgt. K. Kienzle – Vandalism
100 block Drexel Ave. – The victim stated that a yard decoration, a gazing ball and been knocked over and a day lily solar powered light had been destroyed.


10-10-12 14:42 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Burglary-forced entry-residence-unknown time
Unit block E. LaCrosse Ave. – On arrival this officer noticed a small glass window pane was smashed out of the front door and entry was gained by someone putting their hand through the glass and opening the door. House had been vacant for approximately two years. Nothing reported missing by family.


10-10-12 16:54 hours – Sgt. K. Rutherford – Drug equipment violations
100 block Green Ave. – Warrant and drug arrest of offender. Offender taken into custody for an outstanding warrant from Delaware County Common Pleas Court. At the time of arrest the offender possess drug paraphernalia.


10-10-12 19:46 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Criminal mischief
100 block N. Wycombe Ave. – Victims arrived home and discovered her front window broken. No entry gained to the property. The victim believes the damage may have been done by her fiancé’s daughter’s who were recently thrown out of the house.


10-11-12 06:42 hours – Ptl. C. Schiazza – Robbery-strong arm- highway
100 block Bartram Ave. – Victim reports that he was walking home from the bust stop talking on his phone when he was robbed by three males last night. Taken was the victim’s cell phone. Investigation to continue.


10-11-12 14:36 hours – Ptl. C. Craig – Forgery
Unit block W. Baltimore Ave. – Responded for a report of a white male inside attempting to cash a stolen check (Wells Fargo Bank). The offender was taken into custody. The bank contacted the account holder who stated she had not written any checks to the offender.


10-12-12 08:05 hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Disorderly conduct
100 block Green Ave.(PWHS) – Received a report of a juvenile male student in custody for being under the influence of marijuana. The Assistant Vice Principal stated the offender came to school this morning under the influence of marijuana and had a smell of burnt marijuana on his person. The offender was in possession of a small glassine bag containing residue suspected to be marijuana. The offender admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the morning. The offender was left in the custody of the school authorities until he was picked up by his mother. The offender will be cited.


10-13-12 20:48 hours – Ptl. M. McGinnis – MV theft-street – residential area
200 block W. Essex Ave. – The victim states a friend drove his home after a night of drinking. His 2012 Hyundai Sonata is now missing. He is unable to contact the friend. Did contact the mother of the friend who stated she had not seen daughter since 10-12-12. Vehicle reported as stolen.