Police log for April 29

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• Pennsylvania State Police are looking for two people, a
man and a woman, who allegedly stole $1,000 in vending machine money and caused
about $1,200 in damage to several vending machines. A police report said the
pair—a 6-foot tall white male and a white woman about 5 feet 6 inches
tall—drilled the locks to open vending machines on four of the five floors at
the Holiday Inn Express on Route 1 at Route 202 on April 20.

• A 29-year-old man, reportedly from Chadds Ford, was found
to have a stolen Pennsylvania license plate in his car, according to a state
police report. The report said troopers stopped John James Griffin for
displaying a suspended registration. The troopers then found Griffin with a
suspended driver’s license and the stolen plate.

• Corey Allan Brown, 24, of Wilmington, faces drug charges
following a traffic stop in Chadds Ford for multiple traffic violations, a
state police report said. The report said the stop was made at routes 1 and
202, shortly before 1 p.m. on April 23. Brown was arrested for possession of
marijuana and paraphernalia, according to the report.

• Someone broke the rear window of a vehicle parked at the
Concord Country Club on Route 202 and stole a designer hand bag and wallet
valued at $2,500, according to Pennsylvania State Police. The police report
said the unknown suspect then used the victim’s credit card to make a purchase
at the Sunoco station at routes 1 and 202. The incident happened at 10:15 a.m.
on April 23.

• A laptop computer, valued at $1,100, was reportedly
stolen from a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado parked at the Wawa on Baltimore Pike in
Concord Township. A state police report said the owner thinks he left the truck
unlocked when he went into the store. The incident happened about 9 a.m., April
24.

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