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Whitpain Police Reports: Two Thefts at Giant

Police incident reports from Whitpain Township Police.

DUI - On October 19th at approximately 2:02 am, police observed a green Dodge Durango parked on the shoulder of the road with its hazard lights on. Police made contact with the driver Roshanda Garland, 35 yrs old of the 400 block of Ft. Washington Ave in Ft. Washington. As police spoke to Ms Garland, she appeared to be intoxicated.  Police also found that she had an outstanding warrant for unpaid traffic tickets. Ms Garland was taken to Mercy Suburban Hospital to have blood drawn.  She was later released to a family member.  DUI charges are pending while awaiting blood results.

DUI - On October 20th at 1:20 am, an officer observed a blue Mini Cooper traveling North on Dekalb Pike near Skippack Pike and swerve into the south bound lane several times.  Police stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as Nadda Yamsadet, 34 yrs old of the 100 block of Jonathan Drive in North Wales.  Officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol on Yamsadet’s breath.  She was taken to Mercy Suburban to have blood drawn. Ms  Yamsadet was later released to a family member. DUI charges are pending while awaiting blood results.

Public Drunkenness - On October 18th at approximately 1:15 am, Police observed a blue Ford Explorer on the edge of the roadway on Railroad Ave near Mt. Pleasant Ave.  Police identified the driver as Nathanial BOOTMAN 39 yrs of the 900 block of E. Butler Pike Ambler, PA.  BOOTMAN was arrested for Public Drunkenness and having an open alcoholic beverage inside of his vehicle.  BOOTMAN was released at the scene to a family member.

Public Drunkenness - On October 17th at 10:13 pm Police observed a green Mazda Protégé at the Conestoga Bank 640 Skippack Pike.  Police identified the driver as Curtis Walton 50 yrs of the 100 block of Upland Ct. North Wales, PA and the passenger as Christine Cory 46 yrs of the 300 block of W. Broad St. Hatfield.  Both Walton and Cory were visibly intoxicated and open alcoholic beverages were found in the vehicle.  Walton and Cory were arrested for Public Drunkenness. Walton was also cited for having open alcoholic beverage inside his vehicle. Mr. Walton and Mr. Cory were released at the scene to a friend.

Retail Theft - On October 19th at 3:43 pm police responded to the Giant Food Store, 1760 Dekalb Pk for a reported Retail Theft with a female in custody. Police met with Giant loss prevention officer who had Carolyn Jean Ash 27 yrs of the 500 block of S. 16th Street, Philadelphia in custody for stealing items totaling $49.93. Ms. Ash was arrested for summary Retail Theft. She was cited and released.

Retail Theft - On October 15th at 1:48 pm police were called to the Giant Food Store, 1760 Dekalb Pk for Retail Theft with a female in custody. Police met with Giant loss prevention officer who had Kelliann Kern 39 yrs of the 400 block of Ford Street Bridgeport in custody for stealing items totaling $111.18. Ms. Kern was arrested for Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property. She was video arraigned in front of Judge Bernhardt.  A preliminary hearing was set and she was released on her own recognizance.

Retail Theft - On October 19th at 6:18 pm police responded to the Kohl’s Department Store, 1301 Skippack Pk for a reported Retail Theft with a suspect fighting with Kohl’s loss prevention officer.  Upon arrival police identified Brittany Pry 25 yrs of the 1200 block of Dogwood Circle Blue Bell. Pry had calmed down upon police arrival. She was arrested for Retail Theft for stealing items totaling $945.97. Ms. Pry was video arraigned before Justice ZUCKER and bail was set at $25,000.00/10%. She was transported to Montgomery County Prison.

Theft - On October 21st at 12:30 pm a victim reported a theft of her Olympus camera from her unlocked vehicle which was parked in the street in front of her house in the 800 block of Meadowbrook Rd.

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