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Police Briefs: Possession, Fraud, Mischief

Read about some of the crimes report in Radnor last week.

The following information comes from Radnor Township Police Department incident reports.

Criminal Mischief

Three paintings hanging in Penn Medicine at Radnor on King of Prussia Road were discovered keyed on Sept. 8. The paintings are valued at a total of $2,600.

A customer getting gas at Lukoil on Lancaster Avenue in Wayne expressed his anger at the gas station’s prices by throwing the gas nozzle to the ground and slamming it twice into the cradle after filling up his car, according to a police report. The incident took place on Sept. 8 around 6:30 p.m. An error message at the register revealed a problem at that pump after the man left. Police called a 45-year-old Oxford, Chester County man and asked if he had damaged the pump; the man denied damaging anything.

A woman reported that her car was keyed when it was parked on Louella Avenue south of Windermere Avenue in Wayne on Aug. 21.

 

Fraud

A Windermere Avenue resident reported Sept. 4 that false purchases were made on Sept. 3 at a Walgreens and a Publix in Florida with her credit card number.  A few days earlier she had left her credit card at Chili’s in Wayne; she eventually got her card back from the restaurant.

A resident of Highland Court in Wayne reported Sept. 4 that she is the victim of welfare fraud, in which someone reported income using her Social Security Number. She discovered this when she went to renew welfare with the Delaware County Welfare Office and was notified of having too much income reported.

 

Possession Busts

Three Villanova University students took a walk off campus “to get some air” on Meadowood Road in Rosemont on Sept. 2 around 3:30 a.m., according to a police report. A small amount and marijuana and a smoking device were found in their possession.

Five Cabrini College students were found hanging out at the pavilion at Fenimore Woods in St. Davids on Sept. 5 around 11 p.m. Four were cited for being in the park after hours and one was charged with violating the “Prohibited Acts” title for smoking marijuana.

A man pulled over for driving 47 m.p.h. in a 25 m.p.h. zone on County Line Road at about 12:30 a.m. on Sept. 8 was found to be in possession of marijuana. Police say the 42-year-old from Cape May, NJ was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana while he was driving.

Other police news:

Police Blotter: Liquor Law, Assault

Man Charged with Submitting Fraudulent Prescriptions at CVS in Wayne

Pot Found at Cabrini, Taxi Driver Buys Beer for Students

Thefts: Cash from VU Dorms, iPad as Cab Fare

Police Briefs: Theft of Italian Souvenirs

I Lived Here for 25 Years & Finally Moved Out September 19, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Radnor must be a boring place....never any reports of a man walking in on his wife & his best friend or vice versa. Heck it happens everyday on TV, just watch 15 minutes of any soap opera :)

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