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On 2/7/19 at 10:00 am, a Laureldale Police Officer was requested to assist a landlord in investigating a report of persons not permitted to be at 3452 Marion Street. There were three people inside the apartment at the time, and the officer identified all three individuals. One of the three,...
Police were called to the 200 Blk of Old Fritztown Road for a one vehicle accident. On location police found a vehicle disabled after jumping a curb and striking a boulder. The driver, identified as Andrew Christensen, was still seated in the vehicle. Upon speaking with the driver, police detected...
Police were called to the Redner's Quick Shoppe on Penn Avenue for two individual possibly using controlled substances in the bathroom. Upon arrival police spoke with one male individual, identified as Damien Hetrick. The subject was searched, but no illegal items were found. Under the table police...
Police were called to Giant Food Stores on Van Reed Road for a retail theft that had previously occurred. Video shows a male subject placing items in a basket. The suspect then removes the items from the store without paying and enters a vehicle. Thru several investigations the identity of the...

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Police investigated eighteen reportable accidents from January 21st through February 3rd. Thirty-three vehicles were involved, twenty-seven required towing and three people were treated for injuries. Information was received on fifteen non-reportable accidents during the same time. Police made four...

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Police were called to the intersection of SR 222 and SR 724 for a one vehicle accident. On location witness' advised the striking vehicle was swerving and appeared to have lost control and hit a street sign. As police spoke with the driver, identified as Shanica Young, they immediately detected an...
Police were called to Redner's in the 2300 Blk of Penn Avenue for a suspicious person in the restroom. Employees gave a description and advised the suspect might possibly be doing drugs. Police spoke with the suspect, later identified as Joseph Amos, who was found with small empty plastic bags...
While on bike patrol police observed a very slow moving vehicle that appeared to have a flat tire. The driver, later identified as Terry MacDonough, pulled the vehicle into a drive away and immediately jumped out and ran to the rear of the house. The vehicle was registered to the homeowner but was...
Police were notified by loss prevention at Target of an employee theft. The suspect, identified as Bridget Scott, was in training when the thefts were committed. The suspect then transferred to a different Target and committed similar thefts. Video had captured the suspect concealing items and...
While on patrol police were alerted of a male that appeared to be sleeping in a vehicle on the Weis parking lot for a long period of time. Police made contact with the suspect, identified as Thomas Kaiser. The suspect appeared under the influence and drug paraphernalia was in plain view. The...

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From August 28th thru September 10th this department investigated nine reportable accidents. In total sixteen vehicles were involved, twelve required towing and five persons were treated for injuries. During the same time this department also investigated sixteen non-reportable accidents. Summary...

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Police responded to theft from vehicle call on Frederick Street. Upon location the vehicle owner advised several items were stolen from the vehicle, including and iPOD. There was no evidence of forced entry and police believe the vehicle was left unlocked. A neighbor came forward, after learning of...

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Police responded to the 2400 Blk of McKinley Avenue after a resident found their shed broken into and several items missing. It appears that the actor(s) used an object to pry open one of the doors near the handle. Items stolen included a crossbow, carpet tacker and rechargeable power tool set. The...

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This department investigated nine reportable accidents from August 14th thru August 27th. In total fifteen vehicles were involved, eight required towing and two people were treated for injuries. During the same time period, police investigated twenty one non-reportable accidents. Police arrested...

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On Wednesday August 16th, 2017 at approximately 6:40 pm Amity Township Police were given an assignment of a Domestic Dispute on the 1200 Block of East Benjamin Franklin Highway. A 49 W/M from Douglassville, PA was Cited for Harassment.

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On Friday, March 16th, 2018 at approximately 3:52 pm, the Amity Police responded to the Subway, located at 955 W. Benjamin Franklin Highway, for a $100 counterfeit bill that was passed. The offender was described as a light skinned black or Hispanic male wearing a black "puffy" winter coat,...

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On March 13th, 2018 at approximately 6:22 pm, Amity Township police responded to a report of a Burglary on the 1500 block of Weavertown Road. The victim stated that between March 7th and March 13th, 2018, unknown person(s) entered the complainants locked garage and took a crossbow and a dirt bike (...

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On Friday, February 16th, 2018 at approximately 3:31 pm, the Amity Township police responded to Island Pizza at 3060 Limekiln Road for a reported Theft. Officers learned that an unknown male and female entered the restaurant and did not order anything. When leaving the male took a tip jar...

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On Sunday, February 11th, 2018, Amity Township Police responded to an attempted Burglary of a residence. It was reported that at approximately 12:30 am on Thursday February 8th, the homeowner on the 1700 block of Weavertown Road heard their screen door open and unknown person(s) tampering with...

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On Friday, February 9th, 2018, Amity Township Police responded to a reported burglary. It was reported that sometime during the overnight hours of Friday, February 9th, unknown person(s) forced open the rear bilco door of the residence, and took several items to include change, food, and a Cam...

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