» Past Reports
» June 14 – June 20, 2010
Police activity week of 6-14 through 6-20
6/14/2010 – Sergeant Tim Rockenbach
Criminal Mischief Investigation
On Monday, June 6th, 2010 Clifton Heights Officers were dispatched to several properties located on Edgemont Avenue and E. Broadway Avenue for 5 reported incidents of Criminal Mischief. Three of the incidents involved the white spray painting of parked vehicles, one incident of spray painting the name Josh on the sidewalk and one incident of spray painting on a house for sale sign. Increased vehicle patrols and bike patrol units were brought in for extra patrol and the incidents have stopped.
The police department requests our resident’s assistance in reporting any suspicious persons or noises during the night hours.
6/15/2010 – Officer Chris Kammerer and Sergeant John Martin
Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the 100 block of E. Baltimore Ave on several occasions for reported incidents involving harassment and disorderly conduct to residents of that block. As a result of statements and investigation, a 35 year old female resident of Secane has been issued a citation for summary harassment.
6/15/2010 – Officer Matt Antonucci, Officer Chris Kammerer and Sergeant Francis Rich
Public Drunkenness and Underage Drinking Arrest
As a result of police response, three different times, reported domestic related arguments on 6/16/2010, an 18 year old female resident of E. Madison Ave was placed in custody and issued citations for Public Drunkenness and Underage Drinking.
6/16/2010 – Chief Walter J. Senkow
Parking of Trucks and Commercial Vehicle
By ordinance, Clifton Heights Borough does not permit the extended parking of any vehicle with a gross weight of 5,000 pounds or greater, nor the parking of trailers, commercial vehicles, signed vehicles , buses, truck-tractors, semi-trailers or motor homes. Any overnight or extended parking of these type vehicles will result in a parking ticket or traffic citation if continued parking violations occur.
6/20/2010 – Chief Walter J. Senkow
Please Watch our Children
The police department asks that all residents and visitors to Clifton Heights Borough use caution when driving on our streets. With summer recess, our neighborhoods are once again filled with children playing outside during the day time hours. Your attention may avoid a tragic accident.