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Police Activity weeks of 10/01/2013 – 10/20/2013

10/01/2013 – Retail Theft – Sgt Martin

Police responded to Sally’s Beauty Supplies on W. Baltimore Ave. for a reported shoplifter. Upon arrival employees pointed out an individual still in the store who concealed store merchandise. The black female resident of Clifton Heights was stopped and the items were recovered in the amount of almost $300.00. She was charged with retail theft and related offenses.

10/02/2013 – Assault – Ofc. Wooding

Police arrested a white male resident of Clifton Heights after responded to a domestic assault in the 200 block of N. Sycamore Ave. Upon arrival the defendant was observed still engaging in the assault. He was arrested after a brief struggle.

10/03/2013 – Retail Theft – Ofc. Caputo

Police arrested a black male resident of Sharon Hill after responding to the Rite Aid Pharmacy for a reported theft. The manager stated that the described male was observed concealing merchandise in his pants. Police located the male on Baltimore Ave. and he was ID’d by the manager. Un-purchased items from Rite Aid totaling $149.00 was found on his person. He was charged with retail theft and related offenses.

10/05/2013 – Disorderly Conduct – Ofc. McCaughan

Disorderly conduct and related charges were filed against a white male resident of Upper Darby after police received several complaints of a disturbance in the 400 block of Oak Ave. The male was located behind a residence in an intoxicated state. He was arrested and charged accordingly.

10/05/2013 – Theft – Ofc. Berry

Police responded to the McDonalds Restaurant for a reported theft from vehicle. During the investigation it was learned that a similarly described male was arrested for public drunkenness about an hour after this incident. Police located items reported taken from McDonalds in possession of the male arrested in Upper Darby. This male was later identified by surveillance video in the area of McDonalds during the time frame of the theft. A white male from Lansdowne was arrested and charged accordingly.

10/10/2013 – Warrant Arrest – Sgt. Rich

While on patrol officers located a black female resident of Clifton Heights who was charged with a burglary and fled the jurisdiction. She was arrested on scene without incident.

10/11/2013 – Burglary – Ofc. Caputo

A resident of the 200 block of Cambridge Rd. reported a suspicious condition at a vacant residence after hearing a sawing sound from the basement. He believed it to be contractors but about an hour later noticed that the basement window was broken. Police walked through the residence to find the copper pipes in the basement were removed.

10/12/2013 – Public Drunkenness – Ofc. Wooding

Police arrested a white female from Clifton Heights for public drunkenness after observing her passed out on the unit block of W. Baltimore Ave. She became belligerent after police attempted to assist her. After being charged, she was housed until sober.

10/13/2013 – UAD – Sgt Morgan

Police forwarded several summonses for underage drinking after responding to a residence in the 400 block of N. Springfield Rd.

10/15/2013 – Narcotics – Ofc. McCaughan

A white male was arrested for possession and sale of Heroin in the 300 block of N. Sycamore Ave. after a report he was seen completing a hand-to-hand drug transaction in the area. Upon speaking to the defendant on the street, police noticed his fist clinched and he was nervous. When asked to show his hands the male was in possession of 37 bags of heroin. He was arrested and charges accordingly.

10/17/2013 – Robbery – Ofc. Wooding

Police area investigating a robbery at the Rite Aid located on E. Baltimore Ave. The clerk stated that a white male approached the counter and asked for cigarettes. When the clerk was in the process of the transaction, the male handed him a note stating he had a gun and demanded money. No gun was displayed at the time. The male was rearing a knit cap, sunglasses and had some facial hair.

10/20/2013 – Warrant – Sgt. Martin

Police observed a white male resident of Philadelphia wanted for a domestic assault in Clifton Heights approximately one month ago. He was arrested without incident.