Phoenixville Po­lice Blotter

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PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville po­lice re­sponded to 120 calls for ser­vice, in­clud­ing 13 traf­fic ac­ci­dents, be­tween Nov. 17 and Nov. 22.

The fol­low­ing is a list of no­table in­ci­dents as re­ported by Phoenix­iville Po­lice on their Face­book page:

• On Nov. 17 at 1:32 a.m., po­lice re­sponded to PJ Ryan’s Pub for the re­port of a dis­tur­bance. Of­fi­cers en­coun­tered a 27-year-old Roy­ers­ford man who had been flagged from the bar for fight­ing. He was given sev­eral op­por­tu­ni­ties to walk away but he kept cir­cling back. The man was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness and dis­or­derly con­duct and re­leased when he was sober.

• On Nov. 17 at 2:21 a.m., a man driv­ing an Acura did a burnout and went through a red light at the in­ter­sec­tion of Bridge Street and Main Street- the same in­ter­sec­tion that Of­fi­cer Heller was sit­ting at in his po­lice car. The driver, For­est Hanna, age 21, of King of Prus­sia, was stopped and ar­rested for DUI. Hanna re­fused a BAC test so he’ll get a manda­tory li­cense sus­pen­sion.

• On Nov. 17 at 3:34 p.m., po­lice re­sponded to the 600 block of Nutt Road for an an­i­mal com­plaint. The caller re­ported that a bald ea­gle fell out of a tree and landed in the street. Of­fi­cers checked the area but could not lo­cate the ea­gle.

• On Nov. 17 at 8:25 p.m., po­lice re­sponded to the Crowded Cas­tle brew­ery for the re­port of a dis­tur­bance in­volv­ing four women. The man­ager re­ported that the women were flagged from the bar af­ter they worked in con­cert to re­move a wall dec­o­ra­tion. Of­fi­cer Heller lo­cated the women nearby and they were each is­sued a sum­mons for dis­or­derly con­duct. The women were 23 and 24-years-old and rep­re­sented West Ch­ester, Lans­dale, Phoenixville, and River Edge, NJ re­spec­tively.

• On Nov. 18 at 3:53 a.m., po­lice re­sponded to the area of Jack­son Street and Hall Street for the re­port of a naked man passed out drunk on the side­walk. Of­fi­cers lo­cated the 21-year-old Phoenixville man ly­ing next to a pile of his cloth­ing. He got dressed and Of­fi­cer An­saldo took him home and re­leased him to his father. The man was is­sued sum­monses for pub­lic drunk­en­ness and dis­or­derly con­duct.

• On Nov. 21 at 4:14 a.m., a res­i­dent in the 1000 block of W. Bridge Street re­quested as­sis­tance get­ting her sick Ger­man Shep­herd down a flight of stairs into her car. Un­for­tu­nately, the dog passed while the of­fi­cers were there. Cpl. Gray and Of­fi­cer Knapp car­ried the dog out­side and placed the pet in her car.

• On 1½1 at 11 a.m., po­lice re­sponded to the Gate­way Phar­macy for the re­port of a shoplifter. A 61-year-old Roy­ers­ford man left the store with a box of soft gel gas re­lief tablets val­ued at five dol­lars. The store de­clined to pros­e­cute the man but he was banned from the store for the re­main­der of the year.

• On Nov. 21 at 7:37 p.m., po­lice re­sponded to the 400 block of Nutt Road for the re­port of a crash in­volv­ing three cars. Thomas Rein­ert, 36, of Phoenixville, plowed into two parked cars with his BMW and was sub­se­quently ar­rested for DUI af­ter he failed a se­ries of field so­bri­ety tests, po­lice said.

• On Nov. 21 at 10:40 p.m., po­lice re­sponded to an apart­ment in the 700 block of Main Street for the re­port of a loud party. One of the party-go­ers in­vited the of­fi­cers into the apart­ment and they were met by a plume of mar­i­juana smoke. The host of the party saw the po­lice and jumped out of a sec­ond story win­dow and slammed his head on the pave­ment be­low. Be­fore he was taken to Paoli hos­pi­tal, of­fi­cers dis­cov­ered that he had a bag of weed in his pocket. The 19-year-old man will be charged with the drug vi­o­la­tion.

• On Nov. 21 at 11:08 p.m., Of­fi­cer Do­bry no­ticed two men walk­ing down Main Street near Bridge Street with open con­tain­ers. A 30-year-old Pottstown man was sip­ping a Miller Lite and his com­pan­ion, a 30-year-old Gil­bertsville fel­low, had a red solo cup of booze. Both men were is­sued sum­monses for the or­di­nance vi­o­la­tion.

• On Nov. 22 at 1:41 a.m., a 26-year-old Roy­ers­ford man was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness in the Tay­lor Al­ley mu­nic­i­pal park­ing lot. He was placed in the Thanks­giv­ing Eve drunk tank and re­leased when he was sober.

• On Nov. 22 at 1:52 a.m., a 22-year-old East Pike­land woman was passed out drunk in front of the Colo­nial Theatre. She was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness and joined the Roy­ers­ford man (in the ladies cell) and was re­leased when she was sober.

• On Nov. 22 at 1:56 a.m., a 21-year-old Schuylkill Town­ship man was drunk and could not func­tion in the park­ing lot of The Food­ery. The man was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness and re­leased when he was sober.

• On Nov. 22 at 2:05 a.m., a 22-year-old Roy­ers­ford man was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness af­ter an of­fi­cer saw him shov­ing an­other pa­tron in front of Molly Maguire’s Pub. The man’s room­mate was nearby and agreed to get him home safely. He was is­sued sum­monses for pub­lic drunk­en­ness and dis­or­derly con­duct.

• On Nov. 22 at 2:12 a.m., po­lice re­sponded to the 200 block of Prospect Street for a car crash. The driver of a Nis­san sedan rear-ended the driver of a Kia Op­tima. The Nis­san driver, a 28-year-old Roy­ers­ford woman, had a sus­pended li­cense and her car wasn’t in­sured. She was is­sued tick­ets for the vi­o­la­tions.

• On Nov. 22 at 5:36 a.m., a 27-year-old Malvern man was ar­rested for pub­lic drunk­en­ness af­ter of­fi­cers found him try­ing to get into the Great Amer­i­can Pub on Bridge Street- three hours af­ter it closed. He was also held in the drunk tank un­til he was sober.

• On Nov. 22 at 11:06 a.m., po­lice re­sponded to a home in the 300 block of Bridge Street for the re­port of a do­mes­tic dis­pute in­volv­ing a mother and daugh­ter. The daugh­ter told the of­fi­cers that her mom was chas­ing her around the house with a Swif­fer Sweeper. The women agreed to leave each other alone and the mom ex­pressed in­ter­est in hav­ing her daugh­ter evicted.

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