On Wednesday May 17th STPD Officers handled 24 incidents, investigated 1 motor vehicle accident, and responded to 1 burglar alarm. Of those incidents the following crimes were reported:
Criminal mischief-100 block of Weatherburn Dr
At 0620 hours an Officer responded to a residence on Weatherburn Dr for the report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. The victim advised that his vehicle had been damaged last month and he set up a security camera which captured another one of his vehicles being damaged last night. A suspect was identified and the investigation is ongoing.
Vehicle theft-Rutters, 1099 Haines Rd
At 0920 hours an Officer responded to Rutters for the report of a vehicle theft. The victim advised that this morning she discovered her Honda Civic had been stolen from the parking lot. She had parked the vehicle in the lot last night and left it unlocked with the keys inside. After finding the vehicle was gone, video surveillance was reviewed and a subject can be seen entering the vehicle and driving away around 0100 hours. The vehicle was later recovered in York City and photos of the suspect were disseminated for identification assistance.
Theft of services-York Buffet, 2965 Concord Rd
At 1340 hours an Officer responded to the York Buffet for the report of a theft. An employee advised three subjects left without paying their bill. The subjects left in a vehicle and a tag number was obtained. The investigation is ongoing.
Retail theft-Walmart, 2801 E Market St
At 1311 hours an Officer responded to Walmart for a female in custody for retail theft. An employee advised the female had taken $103 worth of merchandise without paying. The female was found to be a juvenile and she was cited for summary retail theft and released to a family member.
Possession of heroin/drug paraphernalia/Overdose-Taco Bell, 2411 E Market St
At 1839 hours Officers responded to Taco Bell for a subject who was reported to be in cardiac arrest after a drug overdose. Both police and EMS used doses of naloxone to revive the subject. Suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia were recovered from the subject and he was transported to the hospital. Charges will not be filed because the subject is immune from prosecution under the drug overdose response immunity law.
Retail theft-Victoria’s Secret, 2899 Whiteford Rd
At 1954 hours Officers responded to the area of Victoria’s Secret for the report of a retail theft that just occurred. An employee advised three females took $852 worth of merchandise without paying and were leaving the area in a silver SUV. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted. The merchandise was recovered and the females were identified. Two were released with misdemeanor charges to be filed and the third was taken to Central Booking due to this being her 6th offense for retail theft.