Daily Report-September 1st, 2015

On Monday August 31st, 2015 STPD Officers responded to 32 incidents, investigated 5 crashes and responded to 3 burglar alarms.  IN addition, the following crimes were investigated.

Hit and Run- Wal-Mart, 2801 East Market Street

Police responded to Wal-Mart for a reported Hit and Run.  The victim reported that her vehicle was struck while she was in the store shopping.

Township Ordinance Violation-Camp Security Park

On August 31st 2015 at approximately 0028 hours an STPD Officer located two adults and one juvenile  at Camp Security Park after hours. All three subjects to be cited for Township Ordinance.

Retail Theft-Target, 2610 Pleasant Valley Road

Target contacted YCC to advise of a retail theft in progress. Subject then fled the store in a vehicle. The vehicle was stopped on Memory Lane at Whiteford Road and the actor was taken into custody. Stolen property was located in the vehicle after execution of a search warrant. Charges were prepared and the actor was transported to Central Booking for processing.

Criminal Mischief-Industrial Highway at Memory Lane

Police responded for a report of a road rage incident between two parties. Investigation revealed that the suspect, a motorcycle rider, smashed out the rear driver’s side window of the victim’s vehicle with his motorcycle helmet after the victim’s committed a traffic violation, almost striking the motorcycle rider. Prosecution was declined by the victim, and both parties agreed to repair the damages privately.

Possession of Narcotics-Rte 30 Westbound at Mount Zion Road

On 8-31-15 at 1504 hours a red Toyota sedan was stopped for speeding. Upon making contact with the occupants an odor of narcotics was coming from the vehicle. The driver consented to a search and a small amount of marijuana was recovered from the vehicle. The driver was transported to Central booking for a warrant and processing.

Hit and Run-Gabriel Brothers, 1226 Greensprings Drive

On this date, received information regarding a hit & run which occurred in the parking lot of Gabriel Brothers. The vehicle owner advised that her vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle while she was inside shopping.

Possession of Narcotics-15 North Royal Street

Police responded to the above location for a report of possible drug activity at the residence. Further investigation revealed one adult female was in custody of eight baggies on heroin and drug paraphernalia. The female, on parole for past offenses, was taken into custody and transported to Central Booking on a detainer from State Parole. Charges to be filed.