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Spring­field

Ve­hi­cles en­tered … Five un­locked ve­hi­cles in a Wyn­d­moor neigh­bor­hood were en­tered overnight Oct. 19, with items taken from sev­eral, Spring­field po­lice re­ported.

Those en­tered in­cluded a ve­hi­cle in the 800 block of Camp­bell Lane from which noth­ing was taken; a ve­hi­cle in the 900 block of Southamp­ton from which change was taken; a ve­hi­cle in the 1000 block of Southamp­ton from which a Garmin GPS val­ued at $125 and loose change were taken; a ve­hi­cle in the 1000 block of Pleas­ant Av­enue, in which it was un­known if any­thing was taken; and a ve­hi­cle in the 7900 block of Louise Lane from which change was taken, po­lice said.

As­sault … A 17-yearold fe­male stu­dent at the Car­son Val­ley School in Flour­town was taken into cus­tody Oct. 16 fol­low­ing an al­ter­ca­tion at the school be­tween the girl and a 14- year- old fe­male stu­dent at the school, ac­cord­ing to Spring­field po­lice.

The 17- year- old al­legedly stabbed a male staff mem­ber with a rat- tail comb dur­ing the fight and then struck a po­lice of­fi­cer, po­lice said. She was taken to the Mont­gomery County Youth Cen­ter to await ad­ju­di­ca­tion in ju­ve­nile court, po­lice said.

Af­ter po­lice ar­rived, other students be­gan smash­ing ob­jects in the room, po­lice said, and the 14- year- old girl was cited for dis­or­derly con­duct.

Driver cited … Kathryn Lally, 49, of the 8800 block of Nor­wood Av- enue, Philadel­phia, was cited for care­less driv­ing fol­low­ing a one- ve­hi­cle ac­ci­dent at 8: 17 p. m. Oct. 15 on Ger­man­town Pike, Spring­field po­lice re­ported.

Lally was west­bound on Germanton Pike, go­ing up­hill on the wet road­way, when her large dog, which was un­re­strained in the ve­hi­cle, jumped into her field of view and she went off the road and struck a util­ity pole, po­lice said. No in­juries were re­ported.

DUI … Adri­anna M. Fe­dyna, 22, of the 400 block of At­wood Road, Er­den­heim, was charged with driv­ing un­der the influence fol­low­ing a two- ve­hi­cle ac­ci­dent at 1: 23 p. m. Oct. 19 at Haws Lane and Bethlehem Pike, ac­cord­ing to Spring­field po­lice.

Fe­dyna was west­bound on Haws when she failed to notice a ve­hi­cle ahead of her stopped for a red light and she struck the rear of the ve­hi­cle, po­lice said. Fe­dyna had an odor of al­co­hol on her breath, her speech and move­ments were slow and she failed field tests, po­lice said. She re­fused to con­sent to a blood test, trig­ger­ing an au­to­matic DUI, po­lice said.

Whitemarsh

Thefts ... A blue and white Yamaha PW 80 dirt bike val­ued at $ 1,500 to $ 2,000 was taken from the back­yard of a res­i­dence on the 4000 block of Cen­ter Av­enue, Lafayette Hill, overnight Oct. 14, po­lice said. The res­i­dent re­ported other items had been taken and found on the 4000 block of First Av­enue, Lafayette Hill, po­lice said. A wal­let be­long­ing to a res­i­dent of the 4000 block of North Warner Road, Lafayette Hill, was found near where the dirt bike had been, po­lice said. When po­lice spoke to the wal­let’s owner, she re­ported a briefcase val­ued at $ 100 con­tain­ing work files had been taken from her un­locked ve­hi­cle be­tween Oct. 14 and 15, po­lice said.

Harass­ment ... Po­lice re­sponded to a harass­ment com­plaint on the 200 block of Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, at 10:01 a.m. Oct. 17, po­lice said. The res­i­dent said a nurse had been com­ing to her res­i­dence seven days per week for ap­prox­i­mately six months as a care­taker, but re­cently she had had prob­lems with the care­taker’s tem­per and re­quested a new care­taker from the com­pany the pre­vi­ous day, po­lice said. The same care­taker, how­ever, showed up the fol­low­ing day, po­lice said. Po­lice con­tacted the com­pany, which said the care­taker had been re­placed, but the care­taker must not have re­ceived the voice mail in­form­ing her, po­lice said.

Theft ... A two-piece, 16-foot seafood dis­play case val­ued at $10,000 was taken from the rear of the Mar­ket at Lafayette Hill, 531 Ger­man­town Pike, Lafayette Hill, overnight Oct. 15, po­lice said. The man­ager said a new seafood dis­play case was in­stalled Oct. 15, and the old one was placed be­hind the store and was taken overnight, po­lice said.

ID theft ... A Lafayette Hill res­i­dent re­ported Oct. 17 some­one at­tempted to open sev­eral on­line ac­counts with her per­sonal in­for­ma­tion, po­lice said.

Crim­i­nal mis­chief ... A dog waste bucket at a res­i­dence on the unit block of White Pine Court, Lafayette Hill, was dumped onto the res­i­dence’s lawn overnight Oct. 16, po­lice VDLG. $ flDJ IURP WKH IURnW lawn was wiped in the dog waste, po­lice said.

Theft ... Two loads of laun­dry were taken from a dryer at May­tag Laun­dry, 1715 But­ler Pike, Con­shohocken, at ap­prox­i­mately 9:30 p.m. Oct. 18, po­lice said. A man said he placed two loads of laun­dry in a dryer at ap­prox­i­mately 9 p.m., left and re­turned at ap­prox­i­mately 9:45 p.m. to finG WKH ODunGUy KDG EHHn taken, po­lice said. A wit­ness at the laun­dry said he saw a white male in his 40s who was bald­ing and wear­ing glasses and long gray shorts empty the clothes into bags and leave the park­ing lot in an older model four-door ma­roon Buick at ap­prox­i­mately 9:30 p.m., po­lice said.

At­tempted bur­glary ... Po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of an at­tempted bur­glary at a res­i­dence on the 100 block of Cedar Grove Road, Con­shohocken, po­lice said. The res­i­dent said some­one at­tempted to break the rear door lock, but there were no signs of en­try and noth­ing taken, po­lice said.

Harass­ment ... A Lafayette Hill res­i­dent re­ported Oct. 19 he had been re­ceiv­ing ha­rass­ing sales calls ev­ery day for a cou­ple of months from an em­ployee for a di­a­betic sup­ply com­pany, po­lice said.

So­lic­it­ing ... Po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of solic­i­tors on the 2200 block of Mul­berry Lane, Lafayette Hill, at 4:14 p.m. Oct. 19, po­lice said. Po­lice found two peo­ple so­lic­itLnJ IRU 3RwHU 5RRfinJ, which did not have a per­mit, at the in­ter­sec­tion of Mul­berry and Rory Circle, po­lice said. The two were ad­vised they were not al­lowed to so­licit with­out a per­mit, po­lice said.

Fraud ... A Flour­town res­i­dent re­ported Oct. 19 he had been work­ing with Sell a Time­share Now LLC to sell his time­share in Myr­tle Beach, S.C., and had de­posited a $3,748.50 check into the com­pany’s ac­count Sept. 21 to cover clos­ing costs, po­lice said. The man said he has not been able to reach any­one at the com­pany since the check cleared, po­lice said.

Theft ... Three po­lit­i­cal signs were taken from the front yard of a res­i­dence on the 4000 block of Hain Drive, Lafayette Hill, overnight Oct. 19, po­lice said.

Fraud ... A Lafayette Hill res­i­dent re­ported be­ing the vic­tim of fraud Oct. 20, po­lice said. The res­i­dent re­ceived a call from some­one claim­ing to be a sergeant with the U.S. Bor­der Pa­trol in Fort Worth, Texas, who said she had won $380,000, po­lice said. The woman was told the money was be­ing paid out of Costa Rica, and in or­der to re­ceive it, she had to send a money or­der to Costa Rica to pay the taxes, po­lice said. The woman sent a money or­der for $691.25 to an ad­dress in San Jose, Costa Rica, and later re­ceived sev­eral phone calls ask­ing for more money to pay for a se­cu­rity truck to de­liver the money to her home, po­lice said.

As­sault ... Po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of an as­sault at Sun­rise of Lafayette Hill, 429 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, at 9:24 p.m. Oct. 20, po­lice said. Staff re­ported at ap­prox­i­mately 8:45 p.m., a res­i­dent came down the hall­way with a bump on her face and a bloody nose, po­lice said. The res­i­dent suf­fers from de­men­tia and was un­able to say who punched her, po­lice said. Staff then found an­other res­i­dent leav­ing the vic­tim’s room with blood on his hands around his knuck­les, po­lice said. The man also has de­men­tia and was un­able to say what had hap­pened, po­lice said. The vic­tim was trans­ported to Ch­est­nut Hill Hospi­tal, po­lice said. The in­ci­dent is un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

As­sault ... Po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of an as­sault in Miles Park be­hind Whitemarsh Am­bu­lance on the 4000 block of Joshua Road, Lafayette Hill, at 7:38 p.m. Oct. 21, po­lice said. The vic­tim said he was jumped in the park by three men, who took off his shoes, punched him on the right cheek and took his be­long­ings shortly af­ter 7:30 p.m., po­lice said. Taken from the vic­tim were $10 cash, a So­cial Se­cu­rity Card, a back­pack, eye­glasses, sheet mu­sic, keys and de­odor­ant, po­lice said. The vic­tim said WKH WKUHH PHn flHG Rn IRRW to­ward the in­ter­sec­tion of Joshua and Ger­man­town Pike, po­lice said.

Harass­ment ... A Ply­mouth Meet­ing res­i­dent re­ported Oct. 21 she was be­ing ha­rassed, po­lice said. She said she was sep­a­rated from her hus­band and in the process of a di­vorce and had de­vel­oped a re­la­tion­ship with a man in a sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion, but the two had ended the re­la­tion­ship in Au­gust, po­lice said. The woman re­ceived texts and two calls Oct. 21 from the man’s wife, who threat­ened to ruin her ca­reer and child cus­tody agree­ment, po­lice said. While po­lice were at her home, the woman called, and po­lice ad­vised her to have no fur­ther contact, po­lice said.

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