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Police Activity week of 8-16-2010 through 8-22-2010

8/18/2010 – Officer Matt Antonucci

Act 64 – Drug possession and Sale Arrest
On Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the vicinity of the Seven Eleven on Baltimore Ave for a male subject reportedly attempting to sell drugs. A description secured by arriving officers found this person gone on arrival.

Shortly after, police received a report that a person matching the description of this subject was seen in the 100 block of E. Baltimore Ave. A check by Officer Matt Antonucci located a person matching the two descriptions provided and an investigatory stop made on the person. During the course of this stop, further investigation led to a check of this person resulting in the confiscation, from his person, of numerous prescription pills not prescribed to the suspect. A total of 31 pills were confiscated and a 20 year old resident of Clifton Heights arrested for possession and possession with intent to sell controlled substances.

8/19/2010 – Officer John Clancy

Act 64 – Drug Possession Arrest
During routine patrol, observation of a vehicle being driven erratically resulted in a traffic stop being conducted on W. Baltimore Ave. On approach to the driver’s side of the vehicle, Officer John Clancy observed suspicious actions which appeared to be the driver hiding something. Requesting the driver to exit the vehicle, observations and investigation led to the confiscation of 5 bags of what later tested positive for marijuana.

Charges are pending on a 17 year old juvenile resident of Lansdowne Borough.

8/20/2010 -Officer Robert McCaughan / Officer Tom Gallo

Driving under the Influence of Alcohol Arrest
As a result of a suspicious condition reported as a driver passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle in the intersection at Baltimore and Oak, responding officers located a vehicle running, in gear with a driver passed out sleeping behind the wheel.

During the investigation, Officer’s deemed the operator to be under the influence of alcohol and transported him to the hospital for withdraw of blood for testing. Investigation also determined that the person as he identified himself was false information for purposes of avoiding charges. Further investigation learned that this 38 year old male resident of Stewartstown, PA., had three outstanding warrants. This male was charged with Driving under the Influence, False Reports to Police, and detained at Delaware County Prison on the three warrants.