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Charges pend­ing … Charges of driv­ing un­der the in­flu­ence are pend­ing against Danielle S. Page, 22, of the 400 block of South 51st Street, Philadel­phia, fol­low­ing a twove­hi­cle ac­ci­dent April 13 at Beth­le­hem Pike and Gor­don Road, ac­cord­ing to Spring­field po­lice.

Page was north­bound on Beth­le­hem at 7:32 p.m. when her 2008 Jeep Pa­triot en­tered the curve in the 500 block and en­tered the south­bound lane, strik­ing a south­bound 2011 Dodge Avenger head-on, op­er­ated by Michelle C. High­smith, 38, of the 5700 block of North 16th Street, Philadel­phia, po­lice said. Fol­low­ing the im­pact, Page’s ve­hi­cle flipped onto its left side, com­ing to a rest in the south­bound curb lane, po­lice said; High­smith’s ve­hi­cle made a 360-de­gree turn and came to rest in the south­bound left lane, po­lice said.

The women, who sus­tained un­spec­i­fied in­juries, were trans­ported by Spring­field and Whitemarsh am­bu­lances to Abing­ton Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal for treat­ment, po­lice said. Page, who will be cited for driv­ing on the wrong side of the road, was also given a blood test and DUI charges are pend­ing the re­sults, po­lice said.

DUI … Christo­pher C. Brown, 25, of the 600 block of Bob­white Lane, Hunt­ing­donVal­ley, was charged with driv­ing un­der the in­flu­ence of a con­trolled sub­stance fol­low­ing a one-ve­hi­cle ac­ci­dent March 30 in the 1400 block of Paper Mill Road, Spring­field po­lice re­ported.

Brown was west­bound on Paper Mill at 7:48 a.m. when he lost con­trol of his ve­hi­cle on the wet road­way and struck a PECO pole, bounced back and stopped in the west­bound lane, po­lice said. Of­fi­cers di­rected to ob­tain his in­for­ma­tion from his ve­hi­cle found two sy­ringes, a smoked mar­i­juana cig­a­rette and 31 small empty bag­gies be­lieved to have con­tained heroin, po­lice said. Brown, who suf­fered a head in­jury, was trans­ported to Abing­ton Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal for treat­ment and a blood test, which re­vealed byprod­ucts of mar­i­juana and mor­phine, po­lice said.

He was also cited for speed­ing and pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia, po­lice said.


Fraud ... A woman came into the po­lice sta­tion at 11:10 a.m. March 28 to re­port a case of check fraud, po­lice said. She told po­lice that some­one at­tempted to cash a check, taken from her check­book, in the amount of $1,187, po­lice said. The vic­tim told po­lice that she didn’t re­al­ize the check was miss­ing un­til she checked her bank state­ment, po­lice said. The vic­tim alerted the bank and credit bu­reaus, can­celed her ac­count and was is­sued new checks, po­lice said. A copy of the fraud­u­lent check was en­tered into ev­i­dence along with a copy of a real, signed check for com­par­a­tive hand­writ­ing anal­y­sis, po­lice said.

Van­dal­ism ... A com­muter who parked his car at the Fort Wash­ing­ton train sta­tion at 5 p.m. April 3, re­turned at 8:15 p.m. to find his front driver’s side win­dow had been smashed out, po­lice said. The vic­tim checked the ve­hi­cle’s in- terior while po­lice were at the scene and de­ter­mined noth­ing was miss­ing, po­lice said. There was no phys­i­cal ev­i­dence to process, po­lice said.

Theft ... Po­lice re­sponded to the Val­ley Green Apart­ments in the 100 block of Ridge Pike for a re­port of stolen pa­tio fur­ni­ture, po­lice said. The vic­tim told po­lice that she left her res­i­dence at 7:30 a.m. and re­turned at 1:45 p.m. to find that a ta­ble and two chairs she had re­cently pur­chased for $500 were miss­ing, po­lice said. The fur­ni­ture is made of dark wood with a dark brown fin­ish, po­lice said. The vic­tim said two pa­tio chairs were stolen from her property two weeks ago but she didn’t re­port it to po­lice, po­lice said.

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