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PD Blotter: Burglary, Theft, Vandalism

A screen window was cut and someone unlawfully entered a local home. A purse, an iPhone and two bikes were reported stolen. A juvenile and an adult were charged with retail theft.

The following information was supplied by the . Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

False ID Charges

While on patrol in the area of Baltimore Pike and Church Road on June 4 at 4:31 p.m., Patrolman Daniel Boyd saw a vehicle driving recklessly. The vehicle was stopped and the operator allegedly had provided the officer with false identification. A Philadelphia man was taken into custody, transported to the police station and charged with false identification to law enforcement and various motor vehicle violations. The incident is under investigation by Detective Daniel McNeely.

Purse Stolen Found Minus Cash

A Media resident reported June 5 at 12:08 p.m. that her purse was stolen from a shopping cart in the front lot of the in the . She had placed the purse on a shopping cart in order to remove her two children from the vehicle. She forgot that she had placed the purse on the cart and when she returned to the lot to retrieve it, it was gone. The purse contained various forms of identification, cash and credit cards. She cancelled the cards before they could be used. The purse was later located in Ridley Township but the cash was missing.

Bike Taken from Unlocked Shed

A resident from the 600 block of Hey Lane reported June 5 at 5:15 p.m. that sometime overnight someone stole his blue boy’s Avico bike from the shed in the rear yard of the home. The shed was unsecured. The bike is worth more than $150.

Home Vandalized

A resident from the 300 block of Sunnybrook Road reported that sometime between 9 a.m. and 5:52 p.m. on June 7 someone damaged a cover for a basement window of the home and also damaged accessories for the sump pump to the basement of the home.

Park Sign Spray-Painted

While on patrol members of Community Watch reported June 8 at 10 a.m. that someone had spray-painted the sign for at the entrance off of Butler Road.

Juvenile Charged with Retail Theft

Target security in the Springfield Mall reported June 8 at 2:12 p.m. that they had a young female in custody for alleged retail theft. Patrolman Scott Francis responded and took a 17-year-old juvenile from Upper Darby into custody and transported her to the Springfield Police Station. She will be petitioned to Juvenile Court in Media and charged with retail theft for allegedly taking $233.93 worth of merchandise from the store and receiving stolen property. She was later released to a relative. Detective James Devaney is handling the investigation.

Man Charged with Retail Theft

security in the 800 block of Baltimore Pike reported June 9 at 4:19 p.m. that they had a female in custody for alleged retail theft at the store. Patrolman Stephen Hurwitz responded and took a resident of the 6000 block of Reinhard Street in Philadelphia into custody and transported her to the Springfield Police Station. She was charged with retail theft for allegedly taking $188.91 worth of merchandise from the store and receiving stolen property. Detective Daniel McNeely is handling the investigation.

Left Behind iPhone Taken

A Milmont Park resident reported June 9 that sometime between 5 p.m. and 5:16 p.m. her iPhone was stolen while she was shopping at the Springfield Mall. The victim reported putting the phone down on a display while looking at items in the store in the mall. She left the store, forgetting her phone. When she realized that she had left the phone in the store, it was gone when she returned to retrieve it. The phone is valued at $200.

Burglar(s) Cut Screen to Enter Home

A resident from the 200 block of Sedgewood Road reported June 10 at 8:55 a.m. that sometime overnight someone forcibly entered his home. Entry was made while the victim was sleeping in a second floor bedroom. The burglar(s) had cut a screen to a rear window of the home and entered through a shut window that had not been locked. The home had been gone through but the victim did not believe that anything had been taken. The incident is under investigation by Detective Daniel McNeely.

Bike Stolen from Driveway

A resident from the 200 block of Lynbooke Road reported June 10 at 9:15 a.m. that sometime overnight his white 2007 Hyundai Azera was taken from the driveway of his home. The victim was home during the theft. The incident is under investigation by Detective Daniel McNeely.

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