» Past Reports
» April 5 – April 11, 2010
Police activity week of 04-05-10 through 04-11-10
4/08/2010 – Officer Christian Caputo
Criminal Mischief Arrest
Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to N. Church Street for a report of an argument in progress resulting in vandalism. On arrival Officer Christian Caputo took a report of an argument that occurred as a result of an employer/employee work issue. The victim reported that as a result of this argument, the defendant purposely broke off the mirror on work truck and left the scene. Observations by responding officers and a subsequent investigation led to Summary Criminal Mischief charges being filed against the defendant.
4/10/2010 – Officer James Press
Retail Theft Arrest
Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the Clifton Heights K-Mart for a reported Retail Theft. On arrival Loss Prevention personnel for K-Mart pointed out a female defendant. An investigation by Officer James Press resulted in the arrest of a 26 year old defendant, who resides in Philadelphia, on Summary Retail Theft charges.
4/11/2010 – Officer Kevin Schieler
Theft and Recovery of Property
On 4/11/2010, Clifton Heights Police took a report of stolen property from a residence on the 200 block of W. Baltimore Ave. During the course of the investigation, Officer Kevin Schieler learned this property was taken by a neighbor believing the items were junk. The items were returned to the rightful owners and per the request of the victim, no charges are being filed.
4/05/2010 – Sergeant Francis Rich, Officer James Clancy
Dumping Charges and Traffic offenses
On 4/05/2010 Sergeant Francis Rich took a report from a business on the 200 block of E. Baltimore Ave that an unknown person had been illegally dumping trash into the business trash container. A neighbor took pictures of the actor who was seen operating a pickup truck with wood siding. The business and property owner reported they would prosecute if the defendant was located and identified, as this same person had been doing the same thing over a course of weeks.
Later the same day, Officer John Clancy located a truck in the borough being operated by a resident of Prospect Ave. His investigation determined the operator was the person responsible for the dumping and learned he was also operating under a suspended Driver’s License. Appropriate citations were issued and the truck towed to impound until a licensed driver was available to pick it up.