DUI … Helen Black-Rocco, 46, of Southern Avenue, Ambler, was charged with GULYLnJ unGHU WKH LnfluHnFH of alcohol or a controlled substance, careless driving and related charges Jan. 20 after police observed a black Nissan Altima make an illegal right turn on a red light from Township Line Road onto Old vork Road and observed the vehicle switch lanes without signaling at 12:12 a.m., police said. Police stopped the vehicle at Old vork Road and Washington Lane and detected the odor of alcohol coming from Black-Rocco’s mouth, SROLFH sDLG. 6KH IDLOHG fiHOG sobriety tests and was transported to Holy Redeemer Hospital, police said. Tests showed her BAC was 0.121 percent, police said.
Retail theft … Bobby Richardson, 47, of Oakland Avenue, Philadelphia, was charged with retail theft and possession, receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia and harassment Feb. 10 after a Giant Food Store manager observed Richardson select merchandise from the shelf and conceal it in his backpack at 10:27 a.m. at the Giant in the 2300 block of Susquehanna Road, police said. Richardson was detained by the manager, who he pushed, in an attempt to escape, police said. Police arrested him and found he was in possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
Theft … Family Dollar employee Steven M. Scott, 22, of Andrews Avenue, Philadelphia, was charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition Feb. 3 after store security observed him steal cash from the register at the Family Dollar in the 900 block of Easton Road at 3 p.m., police said. Security also observed Scott on sur- veillance accept money from customers, not give receipts and then void the transaction and, in one instance, take money from a customer and place it directly in his pants pocket, police said. This occurred from Jan. 18 through Feb. 3, police said. When confronted, Scott admitted to stealing since December 2012 and voiding 278 transactions for a total of $1,112, police said.
Simple assault … Jamil Stockton, 21, of Lebanon Avenue, Philadelphia, was charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct, possession of a small amount of marijuana and harassment Feb. 13 after police responded to the report of a sWUHHW fiJKW Ln WKH 100 EORFN of Old vork Road at 4:24 p.m., police said. Witnesses observed Stockton hit and kick a victim who was nine months pregnant after he pushed her to the ground, police said. The victim sustained cuts and scratches to her knees, police said. Stockton was taken into custody and transported to the Abington Police Department to await arraignment, police said. During Stockton’s arrest, he was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana, police said.
Retail theft … Ilesha Robinson-Johnson, 34, of Passmore Street, Philadelphia, was cited for retail theft after Target security observed Robinson-Johnson select $58 worth of merchandise, conceal it in her purse and exit the store without paying at the Target in the 1400 block of Old Road at 6:20 p.m., police said.
Disorderly conduct … Frank Derrick, 23, of Fernwood Avenue, was cited for disorderly conduct Feb. 8 after police stopped a vehicle at Ring and Davisville roads and found a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle at 4:36 p.m., police said.
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Harassment … Jonathon Mullins, 20, of Osceola Avenue, Elkins Park, was cited for harassment Feb. 8 after he choked and struck a victim during a physical altercation at 9:56 p.m., police said.
Disorderly conduct … Keith Hammond, 21, of Edmund Street, Philadelphia, was cited for disorderly conduct Feb. 10 after police stopped a vehicle at Township Line and Old vork roads at 7:21 p.m. and found a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle, police said.
Retail theft … Tinesha Leonard, 20, of Stafford Street, Philadelphia, was cited for retail theft Feb. 11 after Macy’s security observed Leonard select $150 worth of merchandise, enter D fiWWLnJ URRP, FRnFHDOHG the items in her purse and leave the store without paying at the Macy’s in the Willow Grove Park mall at 4:45 p.m., police said. not gained to the home and nothing is missing from the property.
Public drunkenness ... On Feb. 10 at 12:47 a.m., Christopher S. Brodie, 44, of Hatboro, was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness when offiFHUs UHsSRnGHG WR D UHSRUW of an intoxicated subject refusing to leave a property in the 400 block of Jacksonville Road, police said.
Public drunkenness ... On Feb. 8 at 7:46 p.m., Thomas Wolfgang, 56, of Hatboro, was arrested and cited for pubOLF GUunNHnnHss wKHn RIfiFHUs responded to a disturbance in the 400 block of Jacksonville Road, police said.
DUI ... On Feb. 8 at 4:30 p.m., Heinz Trustorff, 55, of Southampton, was arrested for DrI when he was found intoxicated and asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle in the area of Jacksonville Road and Monument Avenue, police said.
Theft ... Sometime overnight between Feb. 3 someone smashed the passenger’s side window of a vehicle parked on Concord Place and stole approximately $1,500 worth of tools that were stored inside.
Warrant service ... On Feb. 3 at 11:11 p.m., Michael J. Welsh Jr., 28, of Hatboro, was arrested on a Montgomery County bench warrant for probation violations when he was found in the 200 block of South Warminster Road, police said. He was released to the custody of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department.
Simple assault/ false idHnWifiFDWiRn WR lDw Hnforcement ... On Jan. 26 DW 10:43 S.P., RIfiFHUs UHsponded to a disturbance at the 7-Eleven store at 1 N. vork Road. As a result of the investigation, Cavon A. Broaddus, 27, of Philadelphia, was arrested and charged with simple assault, possession of controlled substance, IDOsH LGHnWLfiFDWLRn WR ODw enforcement, false reports to law enforcement and harassment, police said.
The investigation revealed that he became upset with the store employee over a matter and left. He then returned to the store with a large dog and threatened the employee, police said. When RIfiFHUs DUULYHG KH SURYLGHG a false name and an inconsistent version of events, police said. When he was arrested he was found to be in possession of heroin, police said.
Broaddus was arraigned before District Judge Juanita Price of Abington and was incarcerated at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility when he failed to post the $10,000 bail, police said.