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Police Activity week of 10/10/2011 through 10/17/2011

10/11/2011 – Fraud/Theft – Ofc. Morgan

A resident of the 300 block of E. Broadway Ave reported an unauthorized withdraw from their bank account. Airline tickets were reportedly purchased as a result. CHPD and the bank fraud department are investigating this matter.


10/12/2011 – Theft from vehices – Ofc. Caputo

Several residents in the area of the 400 block of S. Church St. reported their vehicles broken into overnight and items removed including change, electronics and other items. A resident did see an actor in her vehicle and called police after he fled.


10/13/2011 – Burglary – Ofc. McCaughan

A resident of the 200 block of N. Diamond St. reported a burglary at her residence. She stated that there was no forced entry but upon returning home she found money and jewelry missing. The victim believed the crime might be domestic related.


10/15/2011 – Criminal Mischief – Ofc. Morgan

Residents in the 200 block of Davis Ave reported finding marker on their vehicles. It appeared that the damage could be removed by the vehicle owners.


10/15/2011 – DUI / Assault – Ofc. Caputo / Ofc. Gallo

Responding to a multi vehicle accident in the 400 block of N. Sycamore Ave. officers arrested a white male who resides in Drexel Hill for driving under the influence of alcohol. While in police custody the male became combative and assaulted arrested officer which lead to additional assault charges.


10/16/2011 Retail Theft – Ofc. McCaughan

Kmart Loss Prevention reported observing a black male resident of Philadelphia was seen concealing four video games valued at $79.00. The male was subsequently arrested for retail theft.


10/17/2011 – Burglary – Ofc. Press / Ofc. Gallo

Officers responded to the 100 block of W. Madison Ave. for a reported burglary. The victim returned home at 02:50 to find damage to their basement window. At was unclear at the time of the report if anything was missing or if the actor(s) were able to gain access to the rest of the residence.