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Police Activity week of 11/07/2011 through 11/13/2011

11/08/2011 – Theft – Officer Morgan

A business owner in the unit block of Edgemont Ave. reported the theft of a chain saw from a storage garage. He stated that there was no forced entry and that was the only piece of equipment missing.

11/09/2011 – Narcotics – Sgt Martin

After investigating a reported disorderly subject at a business in the 500 block of E. Baltimore Ave. Sgt Martin did have contact with a black female who resides in Philadelphia. After determining she was intoxicated to the point she was a danger to herself and others, he attempted to arrest her. She resisted and was subdued. Sgt. Martin did locate prescription medication identified as a controlled substance on her person for which she had no authorization to possess.

11/10/2011 – DUI/Narcotics – Officer Cook

As a result of a reported suspicious vehicle in the area of the 200 block of E. Broadway Ave. Officer Cook did have contact with a white male that resides in Wallingford PA. He was the operator of a dark color SUV as described in the 911 call. Upon speaking to the operator Officer Cook believed him to be under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances. Upon the males arrest for DUI the male was found in possession of a plastic bag that contained suspected marijuana.

11/12/2011 – DUI – Officer Morgan

As the result of an accident investigation Officer Morgan did interview a white male who resides in Springfield who struck three vehicles in the unit block of W. Baltimore Ave. During this interview the male had signs of being intoxicated and stated his friend was operating the vehicle at the time of the accident. This was refuted by the passengers of the three vehicle struck by the male. He was arrested for DUI and related charges.

11/13/2011 – DUI – Sgt. Brown

While investigating a reported hit and run crash in the 200 block of W. Wyncliffe Ave. the matching vehicle was stopped a short distance away. The white male operator who resides in the 200 block of W. Wyncliffe Ave. was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the stop and had struck other vehicles while leaving the scene of the original crash. Witnesses identified the vehicle operated by the male as the one involved in the crash. The operator was arrested for DUI and related charges.