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Police Activity week of 02/13/12 through 02/19/12
02/13/2012 – Harassment – Sgt. Martin
Two white male residents of Aldan were charged as a result of a reported road rage incident where they were accused of harassing a female driver after a traffic dispute. Both were charged with harassment and motor vehicle violations.
02/13/2012 – Motor Vehicle – Ofc. Clancy
While on patrol Officer Clancy observed a white male from Clifton Heights operating a motor cycle without registration. After attempting to stop the operator, he fled. The operator was eventually located, his motorcycle impounded and he was charges with several criminal and motor vehicle violations.
02/14/2012 – Warrant Arrest – Ofc. Cook
Officer Cook was assisting a constable in the search of a white male Clifton Heights resident in the 100 block of E. Washington Ave. The male was found hiding in an attic of a residence. He was taken into custody without incident and transported to GHCF.
02/15/2012 – Warrant Arrest – Ofc. Wooding
Officer Wooding was assisting members of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department in searching the 300 block of S. Church for a white male resident of Clifton Heights wanted for a bench warrant. The male was located in the rear alley of the residence and taken into custody without incident. He was transported to GHCF.
02/15/2012 – Trespassing – Ofc. Press
Officers responded to the 200 block of W. Baltimore for a reported burglary of a commercial business. They located two white male juveniles in the abandoned portion of a building. Both were turned over to their parents pending charges.
02/17/2012 – Criminal Trespass – Ofc. Caputo
A resident of the unit block of Cherry St. reported the tires on her vehicle slashed overnight. She was the only victim reported in this incident.
02/19/2012 – Theft – Ofc. Morgan
A resident of Windsor Ln. reported a theft of a gold charm valued at $100.00. She stated that she was entertaining friend in her residence prior to noticing the charm missing.