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Police Activity week of 04/09/2012 through 04/22/2012
04/09/2012 – Narcotics – Ofc. McCaughan
A black male resident of Clifton Heights was arrested after being observed acting suspicious near the Baltimore Ave. Trolley Stop. After patting the individual down for safety reasons, Officer McCaughan located bags of heroin and a large amount of cash on the male. He was arrested and charged with possession and related offenses.
04/13/2012 – Warrant Arrest – Ofc. Clancy
A white male resident E. Madison Ave. was arrested after a brief chase for bench warrants. The male fled his vehicle into a residence and barricaded himself in an attic. After deploying chemical munitions, the male surrendered. He was charged with resisting arrest and related charges.
04/17/2012 – DUI – Ofc. Gallo
Upon responding to a business in the 400 block of S. Springfield Rd. for a report of a disorderly female, officers located the female attempting to leave the area in a black SUV. Upon stopping her she was found to be under the influence of alcohol. The white female resident of Secane was arrested and charged with DUI and related offenses.
04/18/2012 – Suspicious Calls – Sgt. Brown
An elderly resident reported receiving suspicious calls from a male with an accent attempting to get her personal information stating she won a lottery. The call originated in Jamaica and is associated with a common ruse to gain peoples personal information for the purpose of identity theft. Another complaint was also taken on another day where the intended victim was asked for their personal information so their health insurance could be updated. Again, this call originated in Jamaica and is a ruse to gain personal information.
Personal information should not be given out over the phone to any company. In the case of being advised of being a lottery winner, if you have not entered a lottery you could not have won, it’s that simple. Also persons asking you to enter a lottery, usually and “International Lottery” are scam artists. Participation in International Lotteries is prohibited by both state and federal law.
04/18/2012 – Warrant Arrest – Sgt. Rockenbach
After observing a white male resident of Clifton Heights in a local business known to have active support warrants, he was taken into custody without incident and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.
04/19/2012 – Possession of a Firearm – Ofc. Morgan
After receiving a complaint of a woman with a gun, a white female resident of Westbrook Park section of Upper Darby was arrested after police found her in possession of a loaded weapon. She did not have a permit to carry a weapon. Firearms not to be carried without a license and related charges were filed against the female.
04/21/2012 – DUI – Ofc. Gallo
After observing a white SUV pass through several stop signs without stopping, Ofc. Gallo did stop the operator of the vehicle on the unit block of E. Broadway Ave. He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and admitted to drinking “a lot” prior to operating the vehicle. The white male resident of Secane was arrested and charged with DUI and related offenses.
04/21/2012 – Assault – Ofc. Czaplicki
Officers responded to the 100 block of S. Penn St to meet the operator of a cab. He stated that he picked up a fare at a local bar and the passenger was very intoxicated. When in the back of the cab the passenger was belligerent and the operator stopped, asking the male to exit the cab. When doing so, the passenger struck the cabbie with closed fists then fled on foot. He was described as a white male in his mid-twenties wearing a teal colored shirt.
04/21/2012 – Theft of Service – Sgt. Martin
A manager of a local restaurant reported five black males entered the establishment and ordered food. After eating, the males fled the restaurant without paying for their food. The manager said they left in a vehicle towards Springfield Twp., but could not identify the make or model of the vehicle.