Police Blotter 09/28 to 10/01

                                  September 28, 2020

 
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol was dispatched to East Holland Rd. at Polder Dr. for a report of a one vehicle accident vs. a deer. Unit #1 was traveling westbound on East Holland Rd. when a deer ran into her vehicle. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
 
Theft
Complainant reports that political signs were stolen from her front lawn in the area of Cloverly Dr.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol was dispatched to the parking lot of Village Shires for a report of a traffic accident. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 while pulling into a parking spot. There were no injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
 
Fraud
Complainant reports receiving a GoBank credit card in the mail. The GoBank Debit card had a different name on it. Complainant reports she did not apply for the GoBank card and she will continue to monitor her accounts.
 
Fraud
Complainant reports receiving a pack of TD Bank checkbooks. Complainant contacted TD Bank and was advised an unknown subject opened a TD Bank account using complainant’s information. TD Bank closed the account and did not penalize the complainant for the overdraft fees.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Middle Holland Rd. at Jodie Rd. for a report of a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 turned in front of Unit #2 causing the vehicles to collide. Unit #2 was transported to SMMC for further evaluation. Unit #1 and Unit #2 were towed from the scene.

                                   September 29, 2020

 
Fraud
Complainant received a call from an unknown subject claiming they worked for Microsoft. The unknown subject informed the complainant their Microsoft Data was out of date on their computer and they would need $300 in gift cards to update the software. Complainant purchased $300 worth of gift cards and provided them to the unknown subject. The subject then requested the complainant send $1500 in gift cards. At this point, the complainant’s suspicion grew and she contacted Police.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to 2nd St. Pike at Tanyard for a report of a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 went through a red light and struck Unit #2 as they were turning left onto 2nd St. Pike. There were no reported injuries and minor damage.
 
Suspicious Incident
Patrol responded to the area of Burdsal Ave. for a report of a suspicious incident. Complainant reports an unknown male subject in his 50’s parked his dark colored pickup in her driveway and approached the door. The subject stated that he ran out of gas and asked the complainant if she had any. After informing the subject she did not have any gas, the subject went back to his vehicle and drove away. Patrol checked the area with negative contact.
 
Fraud
Patrol responded to Old Jacksonville Rd. for a report of a fraud. Complainant reports receiving two unemployment checks with different names on the checks. Complainant stated neither subject resides at the address. Complainant filed a report of the PA. Dept. of Labor.

                                    September 30, 2020

 
Traffic Accident
I responded to 7 Upper Holland Rd. for a report of a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 while backing out of a parking spot. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
 
Scam
Complainant received a phone call from an unknown subject stating she owed $10,000.00. Complainant realized this was a scam, but wanted the report documented.
 
Found Property
Complainant stated he found a gold ring laying in the roadway in the area of Glen Meadow Rd. and Providence Dr.
 
Well Being Check
Patrol responded to the area of Mallard Rd. for a report of a well being check. Complainant requested Patrol check on his ill friend. Complainant reports that his lifelong friend has been having medical issues and he would like to check on him to make sure he is ok. Patrol checked on the complainant’s friend and learned that the friend is currently staying in the hospital. The complainant was notified.

                                     October 1, 2020

 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Rd. at Fir Dr. for a report of a traffic accident. Unit #1 was traveling eastbound when a deer ran into her vehicle. There were no reported injuries and her vehicle did not require a tow.
 
Criminal Mischief
Complainant reports observing a jogger in the area of Middle Holland Rd. jumping up to successfully knock a political sign off a pole.  Patrol checked the area for the jogger with negative contact.
 
Fraud
Complainant reports receiving an email from Wayfair about an address change on her account. When the complainant logged into her Wayfair account she noticed a pending order for $10,649. Complainant contacted the Wayfair and cancelled the order and closed her account.
 
Fraud
Complainant received a pop up screen on his computer instructing him to call the number listed to fix a computer issue. The complainant followed the prompts which lead to him receiving a phone call. The caller was able to make the phone number appear as TD Bank, which led the complainant to believe the subject calling was an agent of TD Bank.  The complainant was instructed to purchase $11,000 worth of gift cards and send the codes. The complainant supplied the subject with the serial numbers.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to the area of Upper Holland Rd. and Bustleton Pike for a report of a traffic accident with injuries. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. The operator of Unit #2 sustained minor injuries. Neither vehicle required a tow.