Police Blotter 11-20-17 to 11-26-17

11/20/17 01:40 HRS DUI
UNION AVE

Officer observed car going the wrong way on a one way street. When stopped, it was discovered the driver was under the influence of alcohol/ drugs. Subject placed under arrest and charged.


11/20/2017 07:12- VANDALISM
SHADELAND AVE.

Police were dispatched to 100 blk. of Shadeland Ave., for a report of a broken basement window and a report that the shed doors were open. Officers responded to the address and checked the exterior of the home. Located was a broken basement window on the south side of the home. The rest of the home appeared secure.


11/20/2017 11:47- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Lansdowne Police, assisted by East Lansdowne Police, responded to the Penn Wood High School for a report of a fight out in the cafeteria involving multiple students, mostly females. On arrival, the fight was broken up but tensions were extremely high with several students acting out in the hallway and inside of the Principal’s Office. Situation was brought under control; several students were suspended and will be cited for disorderly conduct as a result of the fight.


11/20/2017 12:15- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

While on location for a report of a large fight at the Penn Wood High School, staff advised the officers that a student was out of control in the hallway over an unrelated matter. He refused directions to calm down, would not go back to class. After advising him several times that his behavior was inappropriate and that he needed to calm down and listen to the teachers, he still refused. He was arrested for D. C and removed from the school.


11/21/2017 07:53- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Police were dispatched to Penn Wood High School for a student in custody. A cigarillo wrapper containing leafy marijuana and a small plastic vial containing leafy marijuana residue was found in a student’s purse. She will be cited with disorderly conduct for the small amount of marijuana.


11/22/2017 17:21-THEFT FROM BUILDING
EAST PLUMSTEAD AVE.

Police were dispatched to east Plumstead Ave. for a theft of a video camera overnight. Upon arrival officer met with the victim/business owner, who advised that one of their external video cameras had been stolen from the outside of the business. Owner provided the officer with surveillance footage that depicted a middle age white male had crossed the parking lot walking east bound. The male observed the surveillance camera on the south east corner of the property and then ripped the camera from its mount. The camera is believed to have been taken as it wasn’t left at the scene.


11/23/2017 21:49 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTOMOBILE
200 BLK. BRYN MAWR AVE.

The complainant reported that he parked his auto at about 1900hrs while he visited his friend. He reported that when he came out at about 2149hs he noticed that the right front passenger side window was cracked. He also reported that the vehicle had been rifled through but reported that there was nothing missing


11/25/2017 10:42- THEFT
UNIT BLK. EAST PLUMSTEAD AVE.

Police were contacted by the victim in regards to a fraudulent charge on her debit card. She advised that at approximately 0830 hours, she checked her bank statement to discover a pending charge. Victim advised that she did not make the charge or give her permission for anyone to use her card. The card is still in her possession. Investigation to continue.


11/26/2017 11:27- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
200 BLK. EAST ESSEX AVE.

Police were dispatched to 200 blk. of E. Essex Ave for a neighbor dispute in progress. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who advised that on Friday, 11/24/17 she recorded the offender damaging her potted plant. Officer observed the footage and will mail a citation to the offender for criminal mischief.


11/26/2017 21:28- ROBBERY ATTEMPT
200 BLK. WABASH AVE.

Police were dispatched to 200 blk. Wabash Ave. for a report of threats that were not in progress. The complainant reported that two subjects had been following him, demanding money. Subjects were described as being two white male wearing dark hoodies and dark pants. Officers spoke with the complainant who reported that while he was getting out of his truck in the alley located behind his residence he was approached by two subjects saying “Have your roommate pay up or we are coming back.” Victim lifted up his shirt and grabbed the grip of the handgun that he had in his right front pants pocket. Victim then reported that the two subjects then ran up the alley.