12-25-2023 TO 12-31-2023

12/25 – “Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night”

On 12/26, a resident of High Street reported that the spindles on their porch were broken off and thrown onto their property overnight. The cost to repair the damage was $186. The incident remains under investigation.

On 12/26, an S. Evergreen Ave. resident reported she was preparing to go to her son’s home for Christmas and noticed her jewelry was missing. The victim advised she last saw the jewelry last Christmas when she wore it. There are no suspects at this time.

On 12/27, a criminal mischief complaint was filed in regards to the electrical panel located in the basement of K9 Kingdom. The property owner reported that an electrician had been called when the business realized they had no power. Upon inspection, the electrician concluded that the power outage was intentionally caused to the panel. The owner has suspicions that the boyfriend of one of the renters may be involved, as they are the only ones with access to the basement through the apartment. The incident is currently under investigation.

On 12/28, officers responded to a Curtis Ave residence for a neighbor dispute. The caller advised her neighbor was attempting to kick in her door and caused damage. Both parties were advised the incident would be documented and advised how to sign complaints if they wished.

On 12/29, officers responded to Acme for a shoplifting complaint. A store employee advised a former employee attempted to shoplift $307.00 worth of seafood. When confronted, the former employee handed the bag over and left. The suspect was charged with shoplifting. Court date pending.

On 12/30, officers responded to McDonald’s on N. Broad Street for an unwanted person. Employees advised the male has been banned from the property in the past and would like him removed. The male was escorted from the property and issued summons for trespassing, breach of peace, and disorderly conduct. Court date pending.

On 12/31, an S. Warner Street resident was issued a traffic summons for the unlicensed driver due to a motor vehicle crash at E. Red Bank Ave. and N. Broad Street. Court date pending.