Theft … ln Sept. 20 at 10:03 a.m. an employee of Manor Health Care reported $10 and her children’s Social Security cards went missing sometime Sept. 8 around 7 a.m.
According to police, there has been a string of similar thefts at the facility.
arf … ln Sept. 19 at 8:02 p.m. police observed a white Honda CRu parked on Terwood Drive and observed the Delaware registration was expired, police said.
rpon speaking to the driver, Victoria ldolski, 30, of the 2300 block of Woodward Street, Philadelphia, police detected an odor of alcoholic beverage on her person, police said. Police also found she was hearing impaired, police said.
Police administered a PBT, which revealed a 0.18 percent BAC, police said. She also IDLOHG fiHOG VREULHWY WHVWLNJ, police said.
She was transported to Holy Redeemer Hospital for blood tests, but she became argumentative and was disturbing other patients in the hospital, police said. Due to her hearing impairment, the nurses at the hospital said they could not take blood, police said.
She was then transported to the rpper Moreland Police Department for further testing on the Datamaster Breath Test, which yielded a BAC of 0.017 percent, police said. She was then charged with DrI and other related offences, police said.
puspicious persons … ln Sept. 18 at 4:33 p.m. a resident in the 3600 block of Edencroft Road reported two males who knocked on her door requesting to purchase a car parked in her driveway. They male suspects left and she believes them to be suspicious as the car did not have a for sale sign on it, police said.