Police Blotter 11-26-18 to 12-02-18

11/26/2018 09:18 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT
SCOTTDALE RD.

One adult female cited for Disorderly Conduct following a domestic disturbance outside the residence.


11/26/ 2018 12:14 – THEFT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Lansdowne Police were dispatched to a N. Lansdowne Ave business for a theft of services that just occurred. Further information was that a black male had left the store without paying.


11/27/2018 11:47 – ASSAULT
EAST STEWART AVE.

Domestic related assault and stolen vehicle occurred on E. Stewart Avenue. Arrest warrant issued for subject. (Subject located and arrested on 11/28/18)


11/27/2018 15:15 – FRAUD
WEST BALTIMORE AVE.

The victim came to Lansdowne Police Headquarters to report the theft and unauthorized use of her debit card. Investigation to continue.


11/27/2018 15:30 THEFT
WEST GREENWOOD AVE.

Victim came to police station to report a theft from motor vehicle that occurred 9 days ago. He reported that he left his handgun in his girlfriend’s vehicle (in the center console or glove box). He also reported that the couple frequently leaves the vehicle unlocked.


11/28/2018 11:51 – CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
EAST STEWART AVE.

The reporting party came in to the station to report vandalism to the property on E. Stewart Ave which is owned by her brother. She reported that someone damaged the outer door and window.


11/29/2018 16:00 – THEFT FROM VEHICLE
BERKLEY AVE.

The victim came to the Lansdowne police dept. to report a theft from his vehicle. He accidentally left the doors unlocked. He later discovered that his work ID’s 86 a gym bag containing sneakers and clothing were missing.


11/29/2018 19:40 – THEFT FROM BUILDING
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

At the above date and time police were dispatched to the Lansdowne South Lansdowne Avenue for a report of a theft that had just occurred. Further. Upon arrival I met with the victim who reported the theft of an Apple IPad.


12/02/2018 18:50 – ASSAULT WITH FIREARM
WABASH AVE.

Police dispatched for a report of shots fired. No injuries reported. Investigation to continue.