Whitpain Police Reports: Pickup Truck Does Damage to Shady Grove Turf

Police incident reports from Whitpain Township Police Department.

Retail Theft - On Nov 29th at 2:47 pm, officers were called to Kohl’s Dept Store, 1301 Skippack Pk where loss prevention officers had Aimee Baldo-Shaw, 43 yrs old of the 1400 block of Vestra Rd in North Wales was in custody for attempting to steal $618.90 worth of merchandise. Ms. Baldo-Shaw was arraigned by District Justice Kathleen Valentine and bail was set at $7,500/unsecured.

Public Drunkenness - On Nov 30th at 1:55 am police received a call from a resident in the 1400 block of Yost Rd saying that someone was knocking on his door. Police arrived and located Kieran Conway, 22 yrs old of the 1700 block of Pulaski Dr, seated by the front door of this residence. When they spoke with Mr. Conway, it was obvious that he was intoxicated and was unable to stand on his own. He was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Warrant Service - On Nov 27th at 2:15 pm, police received information that Tovanna Dixon, 37 yrs old of the 6700 block of Lynford St in Philadelphia was at her place of employment in 475 Sentry Park, and that there was an outstanding warrant for her arrest out of Philadelphia. Police went to the business and located Ms. Dixon where she was taken into custody on the warrant and later released to Philadelphia Warrant Division.

Drug Violation - On Nov 28th at 12:07 pm, an officer noticed a suspicious black Honda on Pinecroft Pl occupied by three males. As the officer was checking the subject he smelled the odor of marijuana. Police located a small amount of marijuana in the car. William Pacula, 19 yrs old of the 300 block of East Glenside Ave in Glenside, Andrew Migliore, 18 yrs old of the 400 block of Ryers Ave in Cheltenham, and Matthew Patton, 18 yrs old of the 200 block of Barclay Cr in Cheltenham were arrested for Disorderly Conduct for possessing a small amount of marijuana.

Theft from Vehicle - On Nov 27th at 6:16 pm, police responded to P.J. Whelihan’s, 799 Deklab Pk for a report of a theft from a vehicle. The victim reported that sometime between 5:45 pm and 6:16 pm the window was smashed out of a 2001 Volkswagen and his Nike backpack was stolen. The victim reported that his backpack contained Text books, school papers, and a calculator.

Theft from Vehicle - On Nov 27th at 7:11 pm police were called to P. J. Whelihan’s 799 Dekalb Pk where the victim reported that sometime between 5:50 pm and 7:10 pm, the window was broken out of his 2009 Nissan and items stolen from inside. He advised that a brown Kenneth Cole briefcase containing a Dell Laptop computer, an Apple iPod Classic and a Kindle A second bag was taken from the interior and that bag contained some personal items. Both thefts from P.J. Whelihan’s are under investigation.

Retail Theft - On Nov 30th at 11:00 am, police were flagged down by the Loss Prevention officer at Kohl’s Dept Store, 1301 Skippack Pk. He informed the officer that he was about to take three females into custody for stealing items from the store. Police assisted while Magali Ramirez, 19 yrs old and Caira Fuller-Hill, 18 yrs old, both of the 2800 block of Stanbridge St in East Norriton, and a 17 yr old female of Wood St in Norristown were arrested for Retail Theft. Ms Ramirez and Ms Fuller-Hill were arrested for misdemeanor Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property. The juvenile was arrested for summary Retail Theft and released to her parents.

Warrant Service - On Nov 30th at 11:00 am, an officer patrolling through the parking lot of Montgomery County Community College came upon a fight between several males. During the investigation, it was discovered that there was an active arrest warrant for one of the males involved. Ahmid Brown, 21 yrs old of the 1300 block of Broad St in Philadelphia was taken into custody on a warrant from Abington Township. He was later released to Abington PD.

Drug Violation -  On Aug 14th at 9:47 pm an officer on patrol observed a suspicious occupied vehicle in the lot of Blue Bell Executive Campus, 470 Norristown Rd. As the officers spoke to Joshua Avery, 22 yrs old of the 700 block of Gravel Pk in Collegeville, they noticed a strong odor of Marijuana. An investigation revealed a baggie of marijuana in the glove box of the vehicle. He is charged with Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Paraphernalia.

Warrant Servce - On Nov 28th at 7:45 am an officer stopped a black Cadillac on Skippack Pk at Cathcart Rd for a vehicle violation. The driver identified himself as Shaheen Williams with a date of birth of 2/15/1978. Officers noticed that he was reaching around his seat and upon checking, found his wallet. The driver was identified as Shaheen Williams with a different date of birth than the one originally provided. It was discovered that there was an active warrant for Mr Williams from Norristown P.D. He was arrested and transported to Norristown.

Harrassment - On Nov 29th at 10:07 pm, police were called by the owner of a business in the Broad Axe Shopping Center. It was reported that Suk Jang, 45 yrs old of the 800 block of Ivy Rd keeps harassing employees of the business because they have permission to park in the parking lot at 25 Skippack Pk, and Mr Jang doesn’t like that they are parking there. He was told before to stop harassing the employees as they are permitted to park in this lot. Because of the continued harassment of the employees, Mr Jang was cited for Harassment and instructed to stay away from the employees.

Vandalism - On Nov 2nd at 1:00 pm, police were called to Shady Grove Elementary School where someone had caused extensive turf damage to the soccer field. The investigation revealed that the vehicle that caused the damage was a black Dodge Pickup truck with out of state tags. An officer on patrol noticed a truck on Skippack Pk that matched the one that caused the damage. The driver, David Castellon, 108 Eagle Stream Dr in Eagleville was charged with Criminal Mischief. He was arraigned by District Justice Lawrence and given ROR Bail.

awesome rocks December 10, 2012 at 08:14 PM
what does all of that have to do with the crime of the pick up truck damage?


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