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Police Reports, April 4 to 23

Police reports from Ambler, Lower Gwynedd and Whitpain Police Departments.

Ambler Borough

Vandalism

Resident of the 100 block of Tennis Ave. reported on April 23, his Nissan Altima was vandalized sometime overnight.  Vehicle sustained several scratches on all exterior panels.

Storm Damage

On April 21, at 9:5 p.m., a tree in a yard in the 200 block of Rosemary Ave. snapped in half during the storm, striking a vehicle parked on the street.  The back window of the vehicle was broken out, as well as damage to the trunk and bumper.  The highway department removed the tree from the roadway.

Public Drunkenness

Kenneth Carter, 64 yrs. of age of Trewellyn Ave., Penllyn was cited for Public Drunkenness on April 21 at 5:45 p.m., after police responded to the unit block of N Ridge Ave. for a disturbance.  Carter was taken into custody and transported to the police station where he was lodged until sober.

Theft

A resident of the unit block of Reiffs Mill Rd. reported on April 21 that her vehicle was entered sometime overnight and items were stolen.  Reported missing was a Mac Book Pro laptop, an iPad, and a handbag.  There was no sign of forced entry. 

Identity Theft

A resident of the unit block of Lemon St. was the victim of Identity Theft, after reporting on April 20, that he was advised a fraudulent income tax return was filed with the IRS using his personal information. 

Theft

On April 19, a Warrington resident reported that she parked her vehicle in the parking lot of a restaurant in the unit block of Bethlehem Pike at 10:00 p.m., and upon returning at 11:45 p.m., found her Gucci sunglasses and a Blackberry phone were stolen.  

ID Fraud

On April 18, s resident of the unit block of N Ridge Ave. was the victim of an ID Fraud after reporting actor(s) tried to file a tax return with his personal information.

Theft

On April 18, a Penllyn resident reported that while his vehicle was parked in the rear of a residence in the unit block of North Street it was entered, and a Gemini GPS system was stolen. 

Theft

A resident of the 300 block of E Butler Ave. reported on April 17, that a decorative flag was stolen from her front porch. 

Lower Gwynedd Township

Burglary

An attempted burglary was reported on April 23 at a residence on Red Barn Rd. A basement window was smashed but no entry was gained to the residence.

Theft

A vehicle was stolen from McKean Rd. on April 4.

Theft

Track wire was stolen from the train tracks on Plymouth Rd. on April 5.

Theft

Jewelry was stolen from a residence on N Bethelehem Pike on April 12.

Theft

On April 12, tools were reported stolen from Fox Chase Dr.

Theft

A vehicle was stolen from Bergey’s Ford, 700 N Bethelehem Pike, on April 20.

Theft

An Apple iPhone was reported at the on McKean Rd.

Vandalism

Vandalism to a vehicle on Poplar Court was reported on April 14.

Vandalism

Vandalism to a vehicle parked in the student lot of the was reported on April 16.

Vandalism

Vandalism to a mailbox on Wooded Pond Rd. was reported on April 22.

Whitpain Township

Liquor Law

On April 20th at 11:14 pm officers were called to a burglary in progress in the 1600 block of Narcissa Rd. They were advised that four (4) juveniles had entered the residence through a window. When police arrived only one juvenile male was standing outside the residence, but he advised the other subjects left. He also advised that his parents owned the residence, but construction was not completed. Police located four beers in a backpack and nineteen more inside the residence. The male was cited for Underage Drinking and later released to his father.

Public Drunkenness

On April 21st at 1:59 am an officer located an occupied grey BMW stopped in the parking lot of . When the officer spoke to the occupant, it was apparent that he was intoxicated. Jason Bobber, 36 yrs old of the 500 block of Old Eagle School Rd in Wayne was arrested for Public Drunkenness and later released to his wife.

DUI

On April 22nd Louis Lam, 50 yrs old of the 200 block of Cypress Point Pl was stopped for traffic violations on Skippack Pk in the area of Valley Rd. During the stop, Mr. Lam appeared intoxicated and was taken to Mercy Suburban Hospital for blood. Charges including DUI will be filed upon receipt of blood results.

Theft

On April 17th, an officer responded to United Biosource Corporation, 920 Harvest Drive for a report of a theft. Information was received that one brand new desktop computer and eleven brand new laptop computers were stolen from the business. Computers were discovered missing on April 13th. Police are investigating the theft.

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