Police log for Sept. 23

• A three-vehicle, domino effect accident resulted in a
Unionville-Chadds Ford School District bus filled with high school and middle
school students being rear-ended near Chadds Ford Elementary School about 7:14
a.m. on Sept. 20. No students were injured, police said, nor were there any
injuries to other parties in the crash. According to the police, the bus was
stopped at the railroad tracks east of Fairville Road when it was struck from
behind by a van that was first struck from behind by a truck.

• A 57-year-old woman had her purse stolen from her car
while it was parked at the Brandywine Bistro in Chadds Ford Township. A police
report said someone smashed the left rear window of the vehicle sometime
between 6:30 and 7 p.m. on Sept. 21. The purse contained a drivers’ license,
credit cards and cosmetics with the total value of the items estimated at $200
and total damages valued at $400, police said.

• Police are looking for two white males, each about 6 feet
tall and wearing blue jeans and black hooded sweatshirts, in connection with a
theft from a vehicle on Smithbridge Road in Concord Township. According to a
police report, the two opened the door of an unlocked vehicle and took an
undisclosed amount of cash. The incident took place 3:41 a.m. on Sept. 16.
Police described the victim as a 51-year-old woman.

• Someone stole $655 worth of cash and property from a car
parked at Concord Park in Concord Township about 9 a.m. on Sept. 15, a policed
report said. The thief broke into the car by smashing the rear passenger window
and removed a Coach bag, wallet, Amazon Kindle, a DVD and cash.

• An unknown suspect took a shopping cart used by a
69-year-old woman from West Chester shopping at the Target store in Concord
Township on Sept. 14. The cart contained the woman’s purse with her wallet,
credit cards and about $100 in cash.

• State police from the Avondale barracks reported they
charged Michael Justin Brakehall, 22, with DUI and firearms possession on Route
1 near Old Baltimore Pike at 3:22 a.m. on Sept. 12. No other details were

• Pennsylvania State Police are encouraging citizens to turn
in expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs at collection sites across
the state during National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Sept. 25.
This service, which is free and anonymous, gives residents an opportunity to
safely dispose of potentially dangerous substances. The goal is to prevent prescription drug abuse and reduce
the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses that can result from misuse
of these drugs.
A local collection site will be at the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop K,
Media barracks, 1342 W. Baltimore Pike, Media.

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