October 5, 2020
Investigation of Open Door
At 12:45 a.m, Patrol observed an open front door in the area of Mulberry Dr. While checking the exterior of the residence, Patrol came across an unsecured rear door. As Patrol was continuing to check the exterior, an occupant inside the residence came outside. He stated the property belonged to his parents and he was staying in the basement. The front and rear door were shut and secured.
Patrol responded to a residence in the area of East Heron Rd. for a report of a burglary. Victim reports that sometime overnight, an unknown subject entered his attached garage and stole a red ATV. Any information with regard to this Burglary please contact Detective Gensler at 215-322-6111.
Patrol responded to the industrial park for a report of a theft. Victim reports that unknown subjects stole wooden pallets from their business. This is the second time this has occurred over the past month. Each time, the subjects stole approx. 10 to 15 pallets.
October 6, 2020
Complainant received an unemployment check from the PA. Dept of Labor. Complainant reports that she did not apply for the unemployment check and was unsure why she received it. She was advised to notify the PA. Dept. of Labor and this incident would be documented.
Patrol was dispatched to the area of Lenape Rd. and Yale Dr. for a report of a traffic accident. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 while pulling away from a parked position to enter the roadway. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
Patrol was dispatched to 2nd St. Pike at Almshouse Rd. for a report of a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. Unit #1 was taken into custody for driving under the influence. There were no reported injuries.
Patrol responded to the 800 block of 2nd St. Pike for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 was distracted by sun glare and struck Unit #2. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
Patrol responded to East Holland Rd. at Pepperell Dr. for a report of a one vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 was traveling west bound on East Holland Rd. when a deer ran into her vehicle. There were no reported injuries.
While walking along Upper Holland Rd, a resident observed money laying in the retention basin. The resident stated there was no wallet or purse in the area with the money.
October 7, 2020
Patrol responded to Barry Ct. for a report of a small brush fire. Complainant reports a bunch of leaves in the corner of the parking lot was ignited by a cigarette. The fire was put out upon arrival.
An Apple iTouch was dropped off at our Hq. The complainant stated they found the iTouch in the area of West Village Rd.
Patrol responded to Hatboro Rd. at Almshouse Rd. for a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 made a left turn onto Hatboro Rd. from Almshouse Rd. striking Unit #2. There were no reported injuries. Unit #2 required a tow.
Patrol responded to the area of Lynford Dr. for a report of a theft. Complainant reports that her political sign was stolen from her yard.
Patrol responded to the 1200 block of 2nd St. Pike for a report of criminal mischief. Complainant reports an unknown subject damaged his political sign.
Patrol responded to Village Shires for a report of a missing person. The missing person was located the following morning.
October 8, 2020
Well Being Check
Patrol responded to Ronald Dr. for a well being check. Complainant reports their neighbor’s car alarm has been going off for an extended period of time and would like them checked on to make sure they’re not in distress. Patrol spoke with the neighbor who was unaware their car alarm was sounding and stated all was fine.
Patrol responded to Jacksonville Rd. for a report of a suspicious incident. Complainant observed an unknown subject on her RING camera looking in her front window. It appeared the subject may have had a bag in her hand. Unknown at this time, if the subject was making a delivery, but nothing was left at the residence.
During this tour, Patrol responded to 7 Alarms, 12 Abandoned 911 Calls, 19 Medical Calls, 3 Domestic Disputes and 17 Bookings.