Man cited for an election-related noise compliant
Coatesville police cited same person twice
COATESVILLE >> Police investigated an election-related noise complaint that resulted in a citation.
Coatesville police responded to a disturbance about a blue van driving around with someone yelling through a megaphone on Nov. 7 around 1 p.m. Downingtown Mayor Josh Maxwell, a Democratic candidate who sought the 74th District state House seat against Republican state Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. in the Nov. 8 election, advised police that the van driver had reportedly followed him. Maxwell advised the responding officers that he had previously reported a similar incident, according to the police report. Ronald R. Suber Sr. advised police that he only yelled to encourage people to vote, according to the report. Maxwell told police that he had reportedly been verbally berated numerous times by Suber, the report states. Police cited Suber, 56, of Coatesville, for harassment and violation of the city noise ordinance.
Coatesville police responded to the 800 block of Olive Street on Nov. 8 around 10:34 a.m. for a noise complaint. Upon investigation, police said they found Suber driving around reportedly yelling into a megaphone. Suber was cited again for a violation of the city noise ordinance, according to the police report.
Coatesville police investigated a suspicious occupied vehicle on Nov. 12 around 8:35 p.m. in the area of the Ash Park Apartments in the unit block of South Fourth Avenue. Police said when they made contact with Dajar Jones, they observed a sandwich bag sticking out of Jones’ sweatshirt. Jones reportedly told the officer that the bag contacted marijuana, according to the police report. Police arrested Jones, 24, of Coatesville, for possession of marijuana and related charges.
Coatesville police responded to a domestic incident at 5:30 a.m. on Nov. 8. Upon arrival, police said
they made contact with a female victim and a witness who told police that Franklin Curry allegedly made verbal threats against the
victim, according to the police report. Police searched the area for Curry, 32, of Coatesville, who reportedly fled the scene prior to police arrival. A warrant was requested for Curry’s arrest for the alleged terroristic threats.
Coatesville police said Rodrique Jones turned himself into the police department on Nov. 17 around 10 a.m. for his outstanding warrants. Jones, of Coatesville, was housed pending arraignment and transport by constables to Chester County Prison.
When Coatesville police responded to a domestic report on Nov. 17 around 6:30 a.m., they made contact with Jeffrey Anderson, who they said was allegedly
intoxicated. Police said Anderson, 27, of Coatesville, was arrested for public drunkenness and active warrants.
During a traffic stop in the area of South Eighth Avenue and Olive Street on Nov. 14 around 9 a.m., Coatesville police made contact with driver Carmen Hughes, who police said they knew had an outstanding warrant. Hughes, of Coatesville, was taken into custody without incident.
Coatesville police said they made contact with Antonie Kornegey, who has active warrants, on Nov. 7 around 4:40 p.m. in the 500 block of East Lincoln Highway. Kornegey, 31, of Coatesville, was taken into custody for a bench warrant for a Philadelphia probation, according to the police report.
Criminal mischief to a vehicle
Coatesville police responded to two separate reports of damage to vehicles overnight on Nov. 4. One damaged vehicle was in the unit block of Pennsylvania Avenue. Another vehicle in the unit block of Chester Avenue was discovered with damage shortly before 9 a.m. Police ask anyone with information in either case to contact the department at 610384-2300.
Ronald Suber Sr. was cited for harassment and violating Coatesville’s noise ordinance for allegedly yelling through a megaphone while driving this van in the city on Nov. 7 and 8.