Police Blotter 12-11-17 to 12-17-17

12/11/2017 10:11 DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Police responded to Penn Wood High School for a female student that they had in custody for possessing a small amount of narcotics on school property. Student charged.


12/11/2017 14:07 DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

School officials requested a police presence at dismissal as a result of information received; a group of girls were supposed to be coming to the school to fight. 1 Offender, who is not a student at PWHS, was identified and detained prior to the fight starting. Another individual, who is also not a student, was involved in a physical confrontation.


12/13/2017 22:57- FALSE POLICE REPORTS
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

On Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at 2257 hours, Police were dispatched toN Lansdowne Ave, for a suspicious male holding a rake in front of a store. After arrival and investigation, one male was taken into custody for a warrant and charges related to false identification to law enforcement.


12/13/2017 21:49 THEFT
UNIT BLK. PRICE AVE.

Police responded to a theft discovered. On arrival, complainant reported that she is house sitting for her sister. She stated that sister was expecting a package today and she looked out and observed the package was torn open. Missing from this package was an Amazon gift card. Investigation to continue.


12/14/2017 14:59- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
PENN WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

Police responded to a report of a fight at the Penn Wood High School with two subjects in custody inside of the school principal’s office. Police responded and spoke to both parties, reviewed surveillance footage and saw that there were at least four subjects involved who will be charged.


12/16/2017 13:03 – RETAIL THEFT
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Police responded to N. Lansdowne A venue for a report of a retail theft that had just occurred. On location, the reporting party states that she was alerted by a customer that there was a male placing several Red Bull drinks into his backpack. The unknown male exited the store and was last seen walking east on Stratford Avenue. Officers checked the area with negative results.


12/17/2017 16:09- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTOMOBILE
100 BLK. BLACKBURN AVE.

Police were dispatched for criminal mischief to auto discovered. The reported party indicated that sometime over night the left side mirror on her vehicle was broken.