Theft from vehicle … A resident of the 400 block of Norma ooad, Ambler, reported a small amount of cash taken from his unlocked 1998 Ford Windstar Aug. 14 at 1W23 a.m., police said. The resident said his daughter heard a noise coming from the car and saw a man dressed in dark clothing inside the car parked in the driveway, police said. The VuVSHFW flHG Rn fRRW GRwn Norma ooad toward Marion Avenue, police said. The resident’s son chased after him but lost him when the suspect entered a backyard of a residence on Marion Avenue, police said. Police searched the area and idenWLfiHG D PDn fiWWLnJ WKH GHscription of the suspect and held him until the victims could take a look at the man, but they said it wasn’t the same person, police said.
DUI … Timothy M. helly, 24, of the unit block of Lee Drive, Maple Glen, was charged with driving under WKH LnfluHnFH DnG FDUHOHVV driving Aug. 19 following a two-vehicle accident at 12W5S a.m. in the T00 block of Bell Lane, police said. helly was westbound on Bell when he fell asleep and wRNH uS WR finG KLV YHKLFOH had struck a parked Chevy Tahoe, police said. helly showed signs of intoxication and was taken to Fastrack in Willow Grove, where a chemical breath test registered a 0.19 percent BAC, police said.
Woman injured … Mildred H. Daly, S2, of the 1S00 block of Dillon ooad, Maple Glen, was slightly injured Aug. 11 in a two-vehicle accident on Limekiln Pike near Dreshertown ooad, police said. Marie F. Basso, S4, of the unit block of Conwell Drive, Maple Glen, was northbound on Limekiln at 3W12 p.m. when Daly, who was southbound, turned left in her path in an attempt to enter the shopping center and Basso struck her vehicle, police said. Daly said she did not see Basso’s vehicle until it was too late, police said.
Public drunkenness … Dave Fullerton, 49, of the unit block of Hampstead Drive, will be cited for public drunkenness following a disturbance at 3W35 p.m. Aug. 18 in the 1100 block of East Butler Pike, police said. 2ffiFHUV wHUH FDOOHG WR D GLVturbance at 2W18 p.m. and told that Fullerton had been DWWHPSWLnJ WR fiJKW SHRSOH DW a pool and had gone home, police said. At 3W35 p.m., police were called back and spoke with Fullerton, who showed signs of intoxication and he agreed to stay in his house for the rest of the evening, police said.
DUI pending … Charges Rf GULYLnJ unGHU WKH Lnfluence are pending against Alexis M. Javardian, 21, of the 100 block of Marc Lane, Huntingdon salley, police said. Javardian was southbound on Limekiln Pike near Jennifer Drive looking at her phone when she failed to negotiate a curve in the road and went off the road, striking two signs and a utility pole, police said. Javardian showed signs of intoxication and was transported to Holy oedeemer Hospital for a blood test and charges are pending the results, police said.
ID theft … A Fort Washington resident reported Aug. 18 receiving a call from a collections agency for accounts at Finger Hut in Warrington and T-Mobile, neither of which the victim had opened, police said. pain warrant Aug. 20, police said. Monica Holloway, 35, of the 100 block of Englewood ooad, Upper Darby, was charged with 1T counts of identity theft, theft, receiving stolen property, forgery and access device fraud, all felony charges, and was arraigned before District Judge oobert pobeck, who set bail at $2,500 unsecured, police said. The township resident reported June 4 that some of her credit cards were compromised and new credit accounts were opened using her personal information, police said. June 5, the victim received a call from a detective from the Dover City Police Department in Delaware who said Holloway was arrested while making purchases with credit cards issued to the victim, police said. After a lengthy investigation, it was determined that Holloway used the victim’s identity in 1T stores across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New vork, totaling in the tens of thousands of dollars to date, police said.
Warrant … Joshua vespy, 34, of the 300 block of West Fifth ptreet, Lansdale, was taken into custody at 9W4T a.m. Aug. 20 on an outstanding Montgomery County warrant, police said. Police received information that vespy was in the area of the McDonalds on Butler Avenue in Ambler and when Ambler and Whitpain police arrived, he was taken into custody, and later released to Montgomery County pheriff’s Department, police said.
Retail theft … John pim, 2S, of the 200 block of Ebelhare ooad, Pottstown, and Abigale Luft, 23, of the 2000 block of hepler ooad, Pottstown, were charged with a felony charge of retail theft Aug. 13 after they allegedly stole $1,020 worth of jewelry from the hohl’s Department ptore, 1301 pkippack Pike, and the hohl’s in ooyersford, police said. Limerick police arrested the pair at 10W20 p.m. Aug. 13 for taking items from the ooyersford hohl’s, police said. An investigation determined that some of the jewelry that pim and Luft had in their possession was from the Blue Bell hohl’s, police said. Both are in Montgomery County Correctional Facility on detainers from Chester County Adult Probation.
DUI pending … Charges Rf GULYLnJ unGHU WKH Lnfluence are pending against Justin Lee, 23, of the 1500 block of Clearview Avenue, following a one-vehicle accident at 1W50 a.m. Aug. 1T in the 1T00 block of Clearview, police said. A vehicle was found on the lawn at 1T01 Clearview, where the lawn and curb had been damaged, and Lee was with WKH FDU, SROLFH VDLG. 2ffiFHUV determined that Lee was impaired by alcohol and he was taken to Mercy puburban for a blood test, and charges are pending the results, police said.
Warrant … Lauren Brown, 50, of the 100 block of Locust ptreet, Ambler, was taken into custody at 2W22 a.m. Aug. 20 on an outstanding Montgomery County warrant for a probation violation, police said. $n RffiFHU nRWLFHG BURwn walking near lak ptreet and the alley and when she saw WKH RffiFHU VKH wDONHG DwDy and pretended to knock on a door, police said. When WKH RffiFHU DVNHG wKR VKH was, she initially said her name was Diane Brown, but when asked again, she admitted her name was Lauren Brown, police said. phe was taken into custody and later released to Montgomery County pheriff’s Department.
The Brendlinger Library at Montgomery County Community College will host a free webinar pept. 21 from 9 to 10 a.m. to help students learn about potential grant opportunities to help them pay for college. The program will be held in the secondflRRU FODVVURRP Rf the Brendlinger Library, which is located in College Hall at MCCC’s Central Campus, 340 Dehalb Pike, Blue Bell.
The webinar is open to the public and is applicable for all current or prospective students regardless of what institution they attend. ppace is limited, and registration is required. For information or to register, contact Lawrence Greene at lgreene@ mc3.edu or 215-S19T352.
The webinar is offered by The Foundation Center, a national network that provides free public access to grants, fundraising DnG nRnSURfiW PDnagement resources.
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