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Past Reports

Police activity week of 05-10-10 through 05-16-10

5/12/2010 – Sergeant Tim Rockenbach

Contempt of Court – Violation of Protection Order
Clifton Heights Police received a complaint of a violation of an active Protection Order. A resident of Philadelphia who works in Clifton Heights reports the violation of an active Protection from Abuse Order against a Springfield Township resident who was just released from prison for a past violation of the same Protection Order. After interviews with the victim, witnesses and consultation with the District Attorney’s Office, a criminal complaint was issued and the 40 year old Springfield Township resident was arrested then arraigned at Upper Darby Regional Court, where the defendant was unable to secure bail and was placed back into Delaware County Prison.


5/15/2010 – Officer Marie Morgan / Officer Matt Antonucci

Disorderly Conduct Arrests
Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the unit block of N. Diamond Street at Baltimore Avenue for a reported assault of a female by a male. After investigation, it was determined that the female initiated the assault resulting in a physical altercation by both parties against each other. A 37 year old female defendant and 30 year old male defendant, both residents of Clifton Heights were released after issuance of citations for Disorderly Conduct charges.


5/17/2010 – Chief Walter Senkow

Police Information – Theft from Motor Vehicle
The police department is receiving increased reports of thefts from vehicles. While the police department has added increased patrols via bike patrols on the weekends, we are asking all residents to call 911 on any and all suspicious persons or noises. In most cases, perpetrators are entering unlocked vehicles and stealing loose change and valuables inside. On rare occasions, a windshield is smashed to gain access to steal valuable left in plain view. Please use common sense and either remove or place all valuable inside the locked truck to avoid becoming a theft victim.


5/17/2010 – Chief Walter Senkow

Police Information – Juvenile activity
Clifton Heights Police are observing and receiving increased reports of illegal juvenile activity in Clifton Heights. Many of these calls entail the gathering of large groups for the purpose of pre-arranged fights at locations including the Clifton Heights Ball Field. Residents are reminded that all Clifton Heights parks are closed after dark and that a curfew of 10pm on weekdays and 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights still exist and are enforced.