Po­lice Re­ports

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THREE-CAR CRASH » Three cars were in­volved in an ac­ci­dent in the 2000 block of Lime­stone Road in West Fal­low­field town­ship on Sept. 1 at 3:40 p.m. Two of the driv­ers suf­fered sus­pected mi­nor in­juries, po­lice said.

DRUGS » Two hy­po­der­mic nee­dles were dis­cov­ered in the 600 block of East Chris­tine Road in West Not­ting­ham Town­ship on Sept. 8 at 6:40 p.m., po­lice said.

MIR­ROR HIT » A crash oc­curred on Chatham Road on 1st Street in Avon­dale Bor­ough on Sept. 9 at 4:08 p.m. One car was il­le­gally parked on the left side of Chatham Road, which is as one-way street with traf­fic per­mit­ted only to travel south. An­other car was parked legally across the street. A third car at­tempted to drive be­tween them, and hit the mir­ror of the legally parked car, po­lice

said. DRUG PARA­PHER­NA­LIA » Pos­si­ble drug para­pher­na­lia was found in the bath­room of a drug store in the 800 block of West Baltimore Pike in Penn Town­ship on Sept. 9 at 2:45 p.m., po­lice said.

DRAINAGE DITCH » Joseph Gold, 35, of Hi­nesville, Ge­or­gia, drove off the road­way of Gap-New­port Pike in Lon­don­derry Town­ship on Sept.. 6 at 8:31 p.m. and hit a con­crete drainage ditch, po­lice said.

BUR­GLARY » Some­one stole a hedge trim­mer and a chain saw from a home in Lon­don Bri­tain Town­ship on Sept. 9, po­lice said.

TER­ROR­IS­TIC THREATS » On July 20, the state po­lice re­ceived re­ports of a per­son re­ceiv­ing ter­ror­is­tic threats in Avon­dale, po­lice said.

THEFT » Sev­eral ve­hi­cles on York­lyn Road in East Not­ting­ham Town­ship were en­tered and items taken on Sept. 8 in the early morn­ing hours, po­lice said.

DE­BRIS ON THE ROAD » Steven Rus­sell, 23, of Avon­dale came upon tree de­bris on Ch­ester­ville Road in Franklin Town­ship on Sept. 7 at 6:24 a.m. and swerved to avoid it. As a re­sult, he lost con­trol of his ve­hi­cle and hit an em­bank­ment, po­lice said. THEFT FROM A MO­TOR VE­HI­CLE »On Sept. 8 mem­bers of the state po­lice in­ves­ti­gated mul­ti­ple thefts from ve­hi­cles in the 200 block of Sh­effield Lane in East Not­ting­ham Town­ship overnight on Sept. 7, po­lice said.

CHILD ABUSE » On Sept. 7, po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of al­leged child abuse in the 300 block of Jen­nersville Road in New Lon­don Town­ship, po­lice said.

THEFT » Some­one stole a debit card that was left in the ATM in the 100 block of Com­mons Drive in Lower Ox­ford Town­ship overnight on Sept. 10. It was then used for a $311.42 pur­chase that was not the vic­tim’s, po­lice said.

ROLLED OVER » A driver pulled out into an in­ter­sec­tion with­out clear­ance when an­other car was com­ing on East Doe Run road in East Marl­bor­ough Town­ship on Sept. 11 at 4:59 p.m. The on­com­ing ve­hi­cle swerved to avoid hit­ting the ve­hi­cle cross­ing and hit an em­bank­ment, rolling over. There were no in­juries.

ROUTE 41 » A 17-year-old driver from Lin­coln Univer­sity was trav­el­ing north on Gap-New­port Pike in Lon­don Grove Town­ship on Aug. 29 at 7:04 p.m. That driver at­tempted to make a turn onto Route 1 from Gap-New­port Pike with­out clear­ance and was struck by an on­com­ing car that had the right of way. No one was in­jured, po­lice said.

UTIL­ITY POLE » Sid­ney Solomon, 20, of Day­tojn, Mary­land, suf­fered pos­si­ble in­juries when he came over a hill on Street Road in Lon­don Grove Town­ship on Sept. 13 at 9:28 p.m. and went off the high­way, hit­ting a util­ity pole, po­lice said.


DRUG CHARGES » Ni­cole Kennedy, age 42, of Lan­den­berg was ar­rested and charged with vi­o­la­tions of the Con­trolled Sub­stance, Drug, De­vice, and Cos­metic Act (Act 64), as well as with DUI (Con­trolled Sub­stances) and re­lated traf­fic of­fenses, af­ter the Honda SUV she was op­er­at­ing was stopped for equip­ment and regis­tra­tion vi­o­la­tions. The in­ci­dent oc­curred on 08/28/2017 at ap­prox­i­mately. 1339 hours, in the 300 block of Cen­ter Street, in New Gar­den Town­ship. Upon mak­ing con­tact with Kennedy, po­lice ob­served ev­i­dence of sus­pected drug use in plain view, po­lice said.


WILD AN­I­MALS » In the past three weeks, mul­ti­ple re­ports of rac­coons and a skunk ex­hibit­ing signs of ra­bies in­fec­tion have been re­ported in Parkes­burg Bor­ough. The po­lice re­mind all res­i­dents to stay away from all wild an­i­mals, po­lice said.

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