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12/13/2021 12:25 – THREATS
WEST MARSHALL RD.
Police were dispatched to 60 W. Marshall Rd. for a woman being threatened. Upon arrival, the victim reported being intimidated by another female who left the area. As a result of the investigation, the suspect was identified, and an arrest warrant was issued.
12/15/2021 09:03 – THEFT
Police were dispatched for a theft of a catalytic converter discovered. The victim reported an unknown person removed the catalytic converter from his vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.
12/15/2021 14:00 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.
Lansdowne Police responded to N. Wycombe Avenue for a report of a stolen vehicle discovered. Upon arrival, the victim reported an unknown person stole his rental vehicle which was left running. The vehicle was recovered later in the evening after it was involved in an accident. The investigation is ongoing.
12/15/2021 23:56 – ASSAULT
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.
Police were dispatched to N. Wycombe Ave., for a report of a domestic assault. Upon arrival, the victim reported being assaulted by her husband who left the area. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment. An arrest warrant was issued for assault and related offenses.
12/18/2021 17:10 – THEFT
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.
Police responded to S. Lansdowne Ave. for a theft report. Upon arrival, the victim reported a package stolen from the lobby area of her apartment building. The investigation is ongoing.
12/19/2021 04:16 – PUBLIC DRUNKENESS
Police were dispatched to the Rose Lane for a domestic disturbance between a male and a female. Upon arrival, the female was arrested and issued citations for Public Drunkenness and Disorderly Conduct.
12/18/2021 16:11 – THEFT
EAST STEWART AVE.
Police responded to a theft discovered. Upon arrival, the victim reported the theft of her lawn sprinkler system which occurred sometime in the last three weeks.
12/19/2021 19:32 – THEFT
EAST BALTIMORE AVE.
Police were dispatched to E. Baltimore Ave. for a theft of a firearm. Upon arrival, the victim reported his 9 mm handgun stolen. The firearm was entered into the national database as stolen. The investigation is ongoing.