Police Blotter 10-09-17 to 10-15-17
10/10/2017 12:28- THEFT
At the above date and time the victim came to the Lansdowne Police Department lobby to report theft of a package.
10/10/2017 17:37- THREATS
ESSEX AND CRAWFORD AVE.
One male was arrested after a neighbor dispute resulted in an altercation.
10/10/2017 18:55 -CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE
One male arrested for smashing out a bay window during a domestic disturbance.
10/12/2017 13:45 NARCOTICS POSSESSION
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL
Dispatched to Penn Wood HS for a student in custody for possession of a controlled substance. Once out it was discovered that a small vial of suspected marijuana fell from student’s pocket during gym class. Subject will be charged.
10/12/2017 16:32- HARRASSMENT
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Dispatched to the area of South Lansdowne Ave. for a report of a vicious dog that attacked a woman and her dog. The two parties were arguing. One accusing the other of harassing her. It was later learned that the other female owns two pit bulls, one of which attacked the others dog. Female cited for creating a disturbance and threatening others.
10/14/2017 18:15 THEFT FROM VEHICLE
WEST ESSEX AVE
Received a call on W. Essex Ave. in ref. to a theft from a van. The door was forced open and victim advised that two bags of his personal tools were m1ssmg.
10/14/2017 00:32 -DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Police were dispatched to a report of excessive noise emanating from a loud party. On arrival loud voices and music could clearly be heard at the street in the area. After several return calls, host of party was issued citations.
10/15/2017 07:00- DUI
EAST STRATFORD AVE.
Police were dispatched to a report of an unconscious subject, in a running vehicle, in the area of E Stratford Ave. Upon arrival, Officer observed a black Mercedes sedan, sitting in the center of Stratford Ave with an unconscious occupant. After being medically cleared, a male was taken into custody for suspicion of driving while under the influence.
10/15/2017 16:44- THEFT
UNIT BLK. BERKLEY AVE.
Police were dispatched to the unit block of Berkley Avenue for a report of a theft discovered. Taken were five boxes of comic books. No forced entry.