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The following crimes are from the week of Feb. 28 to March 3, 2010.

Feb. 28. Stenton Avenue and Bethlehem Pike. Complainant states that a known female threw hot coffee and a book at him. Reported at 5:50 p.m.

Feb. 28. Unit block E. Moreland Ave. Complainant states he parked his 2008 Honda Civic at this location on Feb. 27, and when he returned on Feb. 28, he found the passenger side window broken and the following items were taken: one swim bag, one green book bag containing two books, a calculator and a GPS.

Feb. 28. 200 block W. Gravers Lane. Between 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 27 and 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 28, an unknown person gained entry, possibly through an unlocked door, and stole 25 – 30 pieces of jewelry, a pearl necklace, gold earrings and other pieces of assorted jewelry.

March 1. 100 block E. Northwestern Ave. Complainant states that an unknown person entered a 1997 Honda Accord and stole a man’s bag containing a wallet, credit cards, driver’s license and money. Reported at 10:15 a.m.

March 2. 9600 block Germantown Ave. Complainant states that between 5 p.m. on Jan. 22 and March 2, an unknown person entered a locked office and removed several items.

March 2. 8200 block Ardleigh St. Complainant states that her daughter took her Social Security card, passport, birth certificate, U.S. citizenship papers and marriage license.

March 2. 9600 Germantown Ave. Complainant states that between 2 p.m. on Jan. 22 and 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 25, an unknown person entered an unlocked office and tampered with safe entering a wrong combination.

March 2. 9600 block Germantown Ave. Between 5 p.m. on Feb. 26 and 9 a.m. on March 1, an unknown person entered a locked office and removed item from lockbox.

March 3. 8800 block Germantown Ave. Complainant states that an unknown person removed her credit cards from wallet inside her purse while she was in hospital. Several purchases were made on cards.

March 3. 7900 block Crefeld Street. Police responding to burglary alarm noticed side door window pane broken. Owner’s son came to property but was unsure if anything was missing.

March 3. 7700 block Stenton Ave. Complainant states that four tires were stolen from a blue 2010 Toyota. Reported at 7 a.m.

March 4. Unit block E. Moreland Ave. Complainant states that between 8:30 and 9 p.m., an unknown person broke the driver’s side window of a 2008 BMW and stole a black purse with white stitching, a wallet containing identification, assorted credit cards, a check book and work payroll information.

March 4. 100 block W. Springfield Ave. Complainant states that the front passenger side window of a 2002 Honda was broken. Taken was a black leather briefcase, three checkbooks, 10 credit cards and money.

March 4. 8400 block Ardleigh Street. Complainant states that an unknown person stole a Compaq laptop computer from a 2005 Ford Freestar. Reported at 11 p.m.

March 4. 7700 block Stenton Ave. Complainant states that an unknown person burglarized apartment and stole a black and gold pry bar and two cell phone chargers. Arrested was Edward Neal who was taken to Northwest Detective Division. Occurred at 4:10 p.m.

March 6. 9100 block Germantown Ave. Complainant states she parked her car for about 30 minutes and when she returned she noticed the passenger side window to her 2007 Honda Civic  was broken. Taken was a black and brown bag, a purse containing driver’s license, Capital One credit card, Best Buy and bank card. Reported at 5:15 p.m.

March 6. 8600 block Germantown Ave. Complainant states he parked his vehicle at this location and when he returned he found rear passenger side window broken. Taken was a green and black backpack, driver’s license, various credit cards, small brown wallet and a silver and black Blackberry.

Summary — Seventeen crimes for week: one aggravated assault, six burglaries, two thefts and eight thefts from vehicles.

Town Watch, 215-248-1320.

Put all items in your trunk before you reach your parking destination. Make sure you lock your car and if you have a newer car, be sure you don’t unlock vehicle when putting keys in your pocket or purse.

 

If you have been the victim of a crime and would like information, service or support, call Northwest Victim Services, 6301 Germantown Ave., Second Floor, Suite One, 215-438-4410. The service is free.

 




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