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.
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.