Possession … Elihue Perdue, 32, of Montgomery Avenue, Bala Cynwyd, was charged with possessing controlled substances and drug paraphernalia, carrying D fireDrP wLWKRuW D OLFense, resisting arrest, speeding and related charges June 20 after police stopped a dark gray Chevy Camaro at Moreland Road and Coolidge Avenue at 2:26 p.m. after observing the vehicle speeding in the area of Moreland Road and Park Avenue, police said. After a check, authorities learned Perdue was wanted for a probation violation out of New Jersey, police said. Police detected an odor of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle and searched the vehicle, police said. AuWKRrLWLes FRnfisFDWeG $15,122 cash, several plastic bags containing suspected marijuana, two bags containing pills, a plastic bag containing a pink, crystal-like substance, a digital scale and a fireDrP, WKDW Ke GLG nRW KDYe a license to carry or was permitted to possess because he is a convicted felon, police said. Perdue attempted to flee WKe sFene Rn IRRW, EuW after a brief chase, was detained in the Barnes & Noble parking lot and taken into custody, police said.
Retail theft … Naisha L. Andrews, 24, of Turner Street, Philadelphia, was charged with retail theft, possession and receiving sWROen SrRSerWy -une 21 DIter Macy’s security at the Willow Grove Park mall observed Andrews select $704.82 wRrWK RI PerFKDndise, conceal it inside her bag and exit the store with- RuW SDyLnJ DW 3:10 S.P., SRlice said. She was taken into custody and transported to the Abington Police Department, police said.
Possession … Justin Berry, 19, RI HDOO AYenue, Roslyn, was charged with possessing a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and related charges June 23 after police observed Berry standing in WKe 1200 EORFN RI HDOO AYenue smoking from a pipe DW 12:12 D.P., SROLFe sDLG. As police approached Berry, they detected an odor of marijuana in the air and saw Berry conceal the pipe in his pants pockets, police said. 3ROLFe FRnfisFDWeG WKe SLSe, which contained marijuana residue on it, as well as a small amount of marijuana he later retrieved for authorities from his bedroom, police said.
DUI … Gregory J. Oakley, 22, of Sunnybrook Road, Flourtown, was charged with GrLYLnJ unGer WKe LnfluenFe of alcohol or a controlled substance, careless driving and related charges June 23 after police observed a green Ford Explorer swerving on the roadway, police said. The vehicle was stopped at Jenkintown and Baeder rRDGs DW 3:47 D.P., DnG Duthorities detected an odor of alcohol on his breath, police said. Oakley admitted WR KDYLnJ fiYe Eeers, SROLFe sDLG. He IDLOeG fieOG WesWs DnG wDs WrDnsSRrWeG WR HROy ReGeePer HRsSLWDO IRr EORRG testing, police said. At the hospital, he refused to submit to testing, police said.
Retail theft … Jenet Wise, 33, RI :esW 65WK AYenue, Philadelphia, was charged with retail theft and receiv- LnJ sWROen SrRSerWy -une 25 after Sears security at the Willow Grove Park mall REserYeG Ker seOeFW $429.94 worth of jewelry, conceal the items in her purse and attempt to exit the store withRuW SDyLnJ DW 5:30 S.P., SRlice said. Wise was stopped by security, and the items were recovered, police said.
Receiving stolen property … -RseSK 3eGrLFN, 19, of Poplar Road, Riegelsville, was charged with receiving stolen property, harassment, possessing controlled substances and related charges June 26 after police respondeG WR WKe 2700 EORFN RI &edar Lane for the report of a GLsWurEDnFe DW 3:05 D.P., SRlice said. Police made contact with the victim who said Pedrick was acting out of control, would not leave the residence and made sexual advances toward her, police said. Police made contact wLWK 3eGrLFN DnG FRnfisFDWeG 14 EDJs RI susSeFWeG KerRLn, 58 RrDnJe SLOOs, $2,745 Ln cash and several pieces of jewelry from him, police said.
Identity theft … Jermaine -RnDs, 35, RI 6nyGer AYenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., was charged with identity theft, receiving stolen property, access device fraud, criminal conspiracy and related charges; and Makeda T. Campbell, 24, of Wilder Avenue, Bronx, N.Y., was charged with identity theft, forgery, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy, theft by deception and related charges June 26 after Campbell purchased $2,533.40 wRrWK RI Perchandise using a false identity to access a BloomingGDOe’s FreGLW DFFRunW DW 7:30 p.m., police said. CampEeOO fleG WKe sFene Ln D sLOver Range Rover that was stopped at Easton and York roads, police said. Campbell was taken into custody, and Jonas, the driver of the vehicle, was also taken into custody, police said. After receiving a search warrant, SROLFe FRnfisFDWeG seYerDO counterfeit driver’s licenses, credit cards, passport photos, retail merchandise from Barney’s New York and several other items, police said.
Disorderly conduct … Bruce Joell, 22, of Mellon Road, Wyncote, was charged with disorderly conduct and FrLPLnDO PLsFKLeI -une 27 DIWer SROLFe were nRWLfieG that Joell, the suspect in a recent auto theft at the Wawa at 6usTueKDnnD DnG BrDGfieOG roads was in that area, police said. Police found Joell at the Roslyn train station on EDsWRn RRDG DW 12:36 S.P. and observed a black marker sticking out of his pockets, police said. Joell admitted to marking two Roslyn SEPTA signs and a white door with JrDIfiWL, SROLFe sDLG. &RsW RI the damage is approximately $500, SROLFe sDLG.
Retail theft … Jennifer Ingerman, 43, of Blair 0LOO RRDG, HRrsKDP, wDs charged with retail theft and possession and receiving sWROen SrRSerWy -uOy 9 DIWer Sears security at the Willow Grove Park mall observed Ingerman select and conceal $591.97 wRrWK RI PerFKDndise and attempt to leave the sWRre wLWKRuW SDyLnJ DW 7:25 p.m., police said. Ingerman was detained by security, and the merchandise was recovered, police said. Ingerman was later transported to the Abington Police DepartPenW wKere SROLFe FRnfiscated several prescriptions medications from her purse during a search, police said.
Possession … Kevin McGuckin, 20, of Old Welsh Road, Abington, was charged with possessing controlled substances, possessing a small amount of marijuana and related FKDrJes -uOy 10 DIWer SROLFe observed a red Mitsubishi Lancer traveling with darkly tinted windows, police said. The vehicle was stopped at Washington Avenue and Wyncote Road at 6:26 p.m., police said. Police detected an odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle and observed marijuana resLGue DORnJ WKe flRRr ERDrGs of the vehicle, police said. Police searched the vehicle DnG FRnfisFDWeG D SODsWLF EDJ containing marijuana and a digital scale that had marijuana residue on it, police said.
DUI … Olivo Solano-Rodriguez, 33, of Easton Road, Glenside, was charged with GrLYLnJ unGer WKe LnfluenFe of alcohol or controlled subsWDnFes -uOy 10 DIWer SROLFe resSRnGeG WR WKe 500 EORFN RI GDrfieOG AYenue IRr WKe report of a vehicle accident DW 8:29 S.P., SROLFe sDLG. 3Rlice arrived to the scene and observed Solano-Rodriquez standing by his vehicle, poOLFe sDLG. He WROG DuWKRrLWLes he lost control of his vehicle while traveling down GarfieOG DnG FrDsKeG WKrRuJK several bushes and struck the porch and exterior wall of a house, police said. Police detected an odor of alcohol coming from his mouth and observed two bottles of beer in the vehicle, police sDLG. He IDLOeG fieOG WesWs DnG wDs WrDnsSRrWeG WR HROy ReGeePer HRsSLWDO IRr EORRG tests, police said.
Retail theft … Franceska Jean, 20, of Butler Avenue, was charged with retail theft and receiving stolen property -uOy 11 DIWer TDrJeW seFurLWy REserYeG Ker seOeFW $329.40 worth of merchandise and conceal the items in the bag she was carrying at the TDrJeW Ln WKe 1400 EORFN RI 2OG YRrN RRDG DW 8:30 S.P., police said. Jean selected additional items, paid for those items and attempted to leave the store, police said. She was stopped by security and the stolen items were recov
ered, police said.
Theft … Michael Fluck, of Boyertown, Pa., was arrested July 10,for burglary, criminal trespass, receiving stolen property, and theft by unlawful taking or disposition, police said.
Police responded to Napa Auto Care, located in the 100 block of Easton Road for a security alarm and discovered a garage door window had been pushed in, creating a large entry hole. In addition to the damage to the garage door, approximately $150.00 in cash was stolen from the cash register.
Fluck, a former employee of Napa Auto Care, was captured on surveillance video committing the crime DnG SRVLWLYHly LGHnWLfiHG Ey the business owner, police said.
He was arraigned before a district magistrate, and released on $25,000.00 unsecured bail, police said.
Loitering … Tyler James Gahagan of Willow Grove and Alexander J. Kochanowicz of Jenkintown were charged with criminal trespass, loitering and prowling at night time, possessing instruments of crime, receiving stolen property, and theft by unlawful taking or disposition after a local businessman reported the theft of scrap metal from his property sometime overnight July 10, police said.
Gahagan was arrested July 10 as he attempted to sell the metal stolen from the Horsham Township business, police said.
Gahagan’s co-conspirator, Kochanowicz, was arrested July 16 when a -HnNLnWRwn SRlLFH RIfiFHU served an arrest warrant on him, police said.
Both suspects were remanded to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility to await further court proceedings, police said.
Public drunkenness … Thomas Richard Gross of Horsham was arrested July 12 for public drunkenness, police said.
Police responded to Gelding Lane late Friday night when a resident noticed a vehicle parked in her driveway with its hazDUG lLJKWV flDVKLnJ. 2IfiFHUV located Gross sleeping inside the vehicle and were eventually able to wake him, police said. According to police, he was unable to answer basic questions or complete minor tasks, he could not stand without leaning on his car, DnG wKHn KH VSRNH, RIfiFHUV could smell an odor associated with drinking alcoholic beverages, police said.
Gross was taken into FXVWRGy wKHn RIfiFHUV GHtermined he was under the LnflXHnFH RI DlFRKRl WR D degree that he endangered himself, others, or property, police said.
Citations pending … A citation of public drunkenness is pending against Robert M. Gurdack, Jr., 26, of the 9900 block of Academy Road, Philadelphia; and a citation of disorderly conduct is pending against Wilmer E. Tercero, 36, of 2400 block of Huntingdon Pike, after police observed Tercero urinate on Huntingdon Pike July 14 at 2:46 a.m., police said. Tercero was with Gurdack and both men had been drinking, police said.
DUI … Gera Gelishvili, 21, of the 1200 block of Biscayne Drive, Philadelphia, was arrested for drivLnJ XnGHU WKH LnflXHnFH RI drugs July 14 after police observed a grey Toyota Rav-4 crossing the double yellow lines on the roadway on Philmont Avenue at 1:45 a.m., police said. Police stopped the vehicle at Red Lion and Steven roads and observed that Gelishvili had blood shot eyes, police said. He admitted to smoking marijuana and taking a uanax prior to driving, police said. PolLFH FRnfiVFDWHG D GLJLWDl scale with marijuana residue on it and three empty prescription bottles with marijuana residue on them from the vehicle, police VDLG. GHlLVKYLlL IDLlHG fiHlG tests and was transported to Holy Redeemer Hospital for blood tests, police said.
Warrant … A warrant was issued for the arrest of Amanda Carneiro, 25, of the 4200 block of Durham Road, Doylestown, out of Buckingham Bucks County. She was arrested July 15 at 8:51 a.m. after police stopped a silver Volkswagen Jetta at Philmont Avenue and Red Lion Road that matched the description of a vehicle linked to a wanted person out of Bucks County, police said. Carneiro was found to be in the vehicle and was detained by police and transported to the Abington Police Department to await pickup by Bucks County authorities, police said.
DUI ... Jacqulyn Durkin of Horsham was charged with DUI July 3, police said.
DUI ... Joann Mary Prsybylowski of Hatboro was charged with DUI July 10, police said.