Police Blotter 10-16-17 to 10-22-17

10/17/2017 15:47- THEFT
UNIT BLK. ELDON AVE.

Dispatched to see the woman for a theft discovered. Once out the complainant I victim reported that she discovered a three pack of moisturizer and a stainless steel water bottle missing from inside her residence.


10/18/2017 03:00 BOROUGH ORD.VIOLATION
JACKSON AVE.

Dispatched to return to the station to see the repo man. Once out subject presented what appeared to be a valid repossession order for a vehicle. He already had the vehicle in tow. Registration and VIN were verified. A check of our system showed that he was advised of the ordinance on 3 I 26 I 17 by this officer and on 4 I 29 I 17, and again repossessed a vehicle without the required notice. A citation was issued for this incident.


10/18/2017 16:02- COUNTERFEITING
UNIT BLK. EAST BALTIMORE AVE.

Subject was taken into custody after attempting to pass a fraudulent check in the amount of $2544.00 while at a local bank.


10/18/2017 16:52- THEFT
EAST STRATFORD AVE.

The victim came to the Lansdowne Police Station to report that sometime overnight someone had entered her husband’s vehicle then rifled through it and removed some of her items from the vehicle.


10/19/2017 15:10- NARCOTICS
WINDERMERE AND LACROSSE AVE.

Officers were dispatched by DELCOM to the area of Windermere Ave. and W. LaCrosse Ave. for a report of an unconscious male operating a tan pickup truck that was snoring and would not wake up. Upon arrival, subject was seated in front operator’s seat of the truck. The subject’s breath was labored. Narcan was administered. Drug paraphernalia was visible in the vehicle. Charges will be filed.


10/19/2017 17:37- HARRASSMENT
BLACKBURN AVE.

Police were dispatched to Blackburn Ave for a neighbor dispute not-inprogress. Upon arrival, officers made contact with complainant who advised that suspicious notes have been left on his property.


10/21/2017 12:21- THEFT
EAST BALTIMORE AVE.

Police were dispatched to a theft that just occurred from a local business. The reporting party/employee advised that ajuvenile male approximately 12 years old last seen wearing a white t-shirt had fled the store on foot with merchandise. Property recovered in parking lot.