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» September 27, 2010 – October 3, 2010
Police Activity week of 9-27-2010 through 10-03-2010
9/27/2010 – Sgt. Stephen Brown/Sgt. Tim Rockenbach
Business – Attempted Burglary Investigation
On Monday, September 27, 2010, Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to a business on the 100 block of E. Baltimore Avenue for an attempted burglary discovered. Investigation by Sgt. Steve Brown determined an unknown person or persons broke out a window facing Baltimore Avenue and on the person(s) attempt to enter the building was cut. At present, no items have been discovered missing.
Sgt. Tim Rockenbach has processed and photographed the scene and collected blood evidence for further investigation.
9/28/2010 – Officer Christian Caputo
Suspicious person / Trespass arrest
Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the 300 block of Davis Avenue for a suspicious person on the homeowner’s property. On arrival Officer Christian Caputo located a 65 year old male with a last known address in Upper Darby. This same person had received warnings in the past for similar conduct. The defendant was placed in custody, returned to headquarters and issued a summary citation for Criminal Trespass and released.
9/29/2010 – Officer James Press
Driving Under the Influence Arrest
On Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 at about 7:05PM, Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the intersection of W. Baltimore Ave and Oak Avenue for a reported accident with injuries. During his investigation, Officer James Press had reasonable suspicious that the striking vehicle operator was driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances. The defendant was asked to perform and failed several field sobriety tests. The defendant, who was charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substances and related charges, is a 41 year old female resident of Clifton Heights.
9/29/2010 -Officer James Press
Disorderly Conduct Arrests
On Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Clifton Heights Police were dispatched to the intersection of Sycamore and Broadway Avenues for a reported criminal mischief incident that had just occurred. On arrival Officer James Press learned from the victim that a group of juvenile had thrown a fluorescent light bulb at her car and caused minor damage. While most the involved group fled, one involved remained on scene and cooperated with the names of all involved. Criminal Mischief citations are being issued by Officer James Press against a 14 year old female, a 15 year old male, a 17 year old male, and another 14 year old female who are all residents of Clifton Heights.
10/03/2010 – Sgt. Francis Rich
As a result of numerous complaints of Abandoned Vehicles on borough owned streets and on privately owned property, St. Francis Rich has been actively documenting these vehicles for citation or removal. By statute, an abandoned vehicle is any vehicle on public or private property that does not display a current inspection, registration or is in such condition that it endangers the public’s safety. Even though our red stickers indicated 5 days, state law supersedes local law and requires a period of approximately 30 days, during which owner notification is attempted, before police action is permitted.