Lo­cal man ar­rested af­ter he sends nude pho­tos to a co-worker

Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) - - LOCAL NEWS -

WEST WHITELAND >> A Phoenixville man was ar­rested af­ter he sent nude pho­tos to a co-worker, po­lice said.

Isiah Pope, 33, of Phoenixville was ar­rested by West Whiteland po­lice af­ter he al­legedly sent un­so­licited nude pho­tos to a co-worker. The charges were filed af­ter an of­fi­cer re­sponded to the Ex­ton Square Mall on Nov. 20, for a re­port. The of­fi­cer made con­tact with an em­ployee who al­leged that an­other em­ployee had sent un­so­licited pic­tures of his gen­i­tals to her.

The em­ployee also told po­lice that Pope ex­posed him­self at the mall on a dif­fer­ent oc­ca­sions. Pope was charged by crim­i­nal sum­mons with in­de­cent ex­po­sure and ha­rass­ment.

Po­lice re­ports from across the re­gion: West Whiteland Theft Oscar Liv­ingston, 24, of Ne­wark, Delaware, was charged with Bur­glary, Theft by Un­law­ful Tak­ing, Re­ceiv­ing Stolen Prop­erty and Crim­i­nal Tres­pass. The charges were filed af­ter an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into bur­glar­ies at An­thony’s Coal Fired Pizza and Capri­otti’s res­tau­rant on Oct. 22, 2018. Liv­ingston was iden­ti­fied as one of the al­leged ac­tors in the crimes. An ar­rest war­rant was is­sued and a de­tainer was lodged against Liv­ingston who was be­ing held at Mont­gomery County Prison on un­re­lated charges. Ac­cess de­vice fraud Jabree John­son, 22, of Up­per Darby, and Lacy John­son, 34, of Philadel­phia, were charged with Ac­cess De­vice Fraud, Re­ceiv­ing Stolen Prop­erty, Theft by Un­law­ful Tak­ing and Theft by De­cep­tion. The charges were filed af­ter a Nov. 1, 2018 in­ves­ti­ga­tion at the Boscov’s store. It was al­leged that the two sub­jects opened a credit ac­count in an­other per­son’s name and pur­chased $1,554 worth of mer­chan­dise. An ar­rest war­rant was is­sued for Jabree John­son. A de­tainer was lodged against Lacy John­son who was be­ing held at Bucks County Prison on un­re­lated charges. Ac­cess de­vice fraud Lexus Whi­taker, 25, and An­thony Waters, 32, both of Philadel­phia, were charged with Ac­cess De­vice Fraud, Theft by Un­law­ful Tak­ing, re­ceiv­ing Stolen Prop­erty, Iden­tity Theft and Theft by De­cep­tion. The charges were filed af­ter an al­leged theft of a wal­let from a cus­tomer at Pan­era Bread on Nov. 2, 2018. The al­leged stolen credit cards were used at two lo­cal store stores to make $1,819 in pur­chases. Whi­taker and Waters were iden­ti­fied at the al­leged sus­pects. An ar­rest war­rant was is­sued for both sub­jects. Their where­abouts are un­known. Crim­i­nal mis­chief Jeremiah Me­jias, 31, of West Ch­ester was charged with Crim­i­nal Mis­chief and Dis­or­derly Con­duct. The charges were filed af­ter an in­ci­dent that oc­curred at a busi­ness in the 300 block of W. Boot Road on Nov. 2, 2018. It was al­leged that Me­jias be­came dis­rup­tive with em­ploy­ees at the busi­ness and caused $846 in dam­age to a ve­hi­cle on the prop­erty. Me­j­jas was charged by crim­i­nal sum­mons. DUI Joseph Dick­er­son, 56, of West Ch­ester, was charged with DUI on Nov. 16, 2018. The charge was filed af­ter Dick­er­son al­legedly called 911 to re­port a stolen ve­hi­cle. Of­fi­cers ar­rived at his res­i­dence on Hol­low Run Lane and found Dick­er­son in the driver’s seat of the ve­hi­cle he had re­port­edly stolen. Dick­er­son al­legedly smelled of al­co­hol. Dick­er­son al­legedly failed field so­bri­ety tests. He was ar­rested and re­leased on a crim­i­nal sum­mons. DUI Ed­ward Min, 41, of New­ton Square, was charged with DUI and traf­fic of­fenses on Nov. 17. The charge was filed af­ter a pa­trol of­fi­cer al­legedly ob­served Min stopped at a green traf­fic light on Pottstown Pike. The of­fi­cer made con­tact with Min who al­legedly ap­peared dis­ori­ented. Min was trans­ported by am­bu­lance to Ch­ester Hos­pi­tal for eval­u­a­tion. A search war­rant was ex­e­cuted on Min’s med­i­cal records on Nov. 18. The records al­legedly in­di­cated that Min had phen­cy­cli­dine (PCP) and co­caine in his sys­tem at the time of the in­ci­dent. Min was charged by crim­i­nal sum­mons. Re­tail theft Tevon Robin­son, 23, of South Flo­ral Park, New York, was charged with Re­tail Theft and Re­ceiv­ing Stolen Prop­erty on Nov. 19. The charge was filed af­ter of­fi­cers re­sponded to the Kohl’s store for an al­leged $1,950 theft. Robin­son was ar­raigned by Judge John Bai­ley and re­leased on an un­se­cured $7,500 bail. Re­tail theft Vi­jaya Tam­mara, 59, of Ex­ton, was charged with Re­tail Theft and Re­ceiv­ing Stolen Prop­erty. The charge was filed af­ter of­fi­cers re­sponded to the Tar­get store for an al­leged $325 theft. Tam­mara was pro­cessed and re­leased on a crim­i­nal sum­mons. DUI Richard Taraschi, 30, of

of Down­ing­town, was charged with DUI, Reck­lessly En­dan­ger­ing An­other Per­son and pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia on Nov. 20. The charges were filed af­ter of­fi­cers re­sponded to the in­ter­sec­tion of E. Lin­coln High­way and N. Pottstown Pike for a re­port of a sub­ject of a sub­ject

slumped over the steer­ing wheel of a ve­hi­cle while stopped in traf­fic. Of­fi­cers made con­tact with Taraschi who was the al­leged op­er­a­tor the ve­hi­cle. Taraschi was al­legedly un­re­spon­sive when an of­fi­cer ar­rived. He was re­moved from the ve­hi­cle and al­leged drug para­pher­na­lia was re­cov­ered. Taraschi was trans­ported to Ch­ester County Hos­pi­tal for eval­u­a­tion. He was charged by crim­i­nal sum­mons.

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