March 2020

2979 W. School House
Complainant was sleeping at listed location when she felt listed offender’s penis inside her vagina. Complainant stated she then woke up and pushed the offender off her which then the offender pointed a light gray revolver and stated to her “don’t make me want to shoot you! you know i love you!” Later the complainant got her belongings and offender took the complainant’s key to the property. Complainant then left location.

W Coulter St. & Midvale Ave. 
Unknown person broke into complainant’s 2016 Honda CRV through front passenger window. Offender also stole all 4 tires. Vehicle was sitting on bricks when compl arrived. Value $500

5450 Wissahickon Ave. 
Complainant left for work at 1:50PM. When she returned at 11:30PM she noticed her TV was missing from the apartment. Compl and offender (ex-boyfriend) had broken up. At one time offender was living at the residence. Compl told rental office that offender no longer resided at residence and no one should be in apartment. Compl states front desk employee let offender in apartment when he stole the TV. Value $250

Aggravated assault
3700 Palisades Dr.
Police responded to complainant address to take a report of prior assault. Complainant states he was at listed location around 6pm when he saw offender chasing after 2 juveniles. When offender struck one of the juveniles with a bat, compl tried to stop him, at which point offender struck compl in the chest with the bat. Compl tried to grab the bat but offender punched him in the face. Police arrived and made arrest at the location. Complainant believes he has a sinus fracture. He also had bruising above and below his eye.

4300 Dobson St.
Police responded to a radio call for a theft in progress at listed location. Police spoke with complainant and witness, who observed offender #1 get inside compl’s 2018 Silver Toyota Corolla while it was left running with the keys in the ignition outside of Frank’s Pizza. (Compl was delivering for Franks and was checking on an order when witness began yelling for him to come outside.) She said that offender #1 began to recklessly drive the vehicle, backing it up and striking another parked car and then a concrete wall. Offender #2 then jumped into the front passenger seat of the vehicle. Witness tried to pull offender #1 out of vehicle while compl jumped on car trying to get offenders to exit vehicle. The offenders began fleeing at a high rate of speed, attempting to hit the compl before heading southbound on Dobson Street. The vehicle was later observed in the vicinity of 3400 East Falls Lane, to which police were called. Officers detained both offenders on site. Offender #1 complained of pain in his right leg (prior to police contact) and was transported to Roxborough Hospital where he was treated and released into police custody.

Indian Queen Ln and Wiehle St.
Complainant parked her 2019 Toyota Rav4 at listed location at 4PM. When she returned at 1PM on 3/21, she noticed her front window broken and a winter coat was missing (value: $100). Report was made over the phone due to COVID-19.

4225 Ridge Ave. 
Complainant parked his silver Nissan Altima at listed location at 8PM. When he returned at 10:03AM on 3/21, he noticed her front passenger window broken and an Apple charger and various change missing (value: $50). Report was made over the phone due to COVID-19.

Aggravated assault
3235 McMichael St.
Complainant and offender got into a verbal dispute that led to offender choking compl and slamming her into the living room wall and then a table, causing her foot to swell and leaving her unable to walk. Offender fled location after incident in a silver Pontiac (unknown tag).

4200 Kelly Dr.
Complainant parked her parked her white 2019 Mercedes Benz at listed location. When she returned at 4:30PM, she saw her rear passenger window broken and several items missing: black Gucci purse, Hermes wallet, $1200 cash, 4 credit cards, debit card, drivers license, and medical insurance cards. VALUE $6900. Compl. also received notification her credit cards were used at several locations (Rite-Aid and Save-A-Lot Grocer). Police processed scene with negative results. No cameras in area.

3480 W School House Ln.
Complainant parked her Chevy Cruz in Jefferson University campus lot. She returned at 3:30PM and noticed the driver’s side window was broken and $150 missing from the center console. Police processed the scene with negative results.

Lincoln Dr. and Forbidden Dr. 
Complainant parked his 2002 Lexus R300 in parking area off of Lincoln Dr. When he returned at 5PM he noticed rear passenger window broken and his silver HP work laptop missing. Value: $800

Lincoln Dr. and Rittenhousetown Ln. 
Complainant parked her 2018 white Honda CRV in parking area off of Lincoln Dr. AT 11AM she began receiving bank alerts about transactions on several accounts. She returned to her auto and found the front passenger window shattered and her purse missing (containing house keys, credit cards, 2 bank cards, NY driver’s license, passport). $939 was taken from cards. $300 worth of stolen items.

From the files of the 39th District. Special thanks to Captain Anthony Ginaldi and the dedicated officers of his command for making this report possible.

If you notice suspicious activity, please call 911 immediately. Also call the 39th district at 215-686-3390 and ask for the Crime Prevention Officer.

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