Police log May 26

• Sometime between 10 p.m. on
May 15 and 8:30 a.m., May 16 someone stole an unlocked white Volvo parked on Woodland
Drive in Chadds Ford Township. A police report said the car keys had been left
in the center console. Anyone with information is asked to call the state
police at 484-840-1000.

• State police from the
Avondale barracks arrested 33-year-old Daniel Kevin Hilferty, of Gap, in
connection with the robbery of the National Penn Bank in Penn Township. A
police report said Hilferty was picked up at 1:50 p.m. on May 23, less than
three hours after he allegedly robbed the bank. He reportedly told the teller
he had a pipe bomb. Hilferty was arraigned and is being held at Chester County
Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail.

• Pennsylvania State Police
reported that someone broke into a red Volkswagen Beetle and stole a black GPS
unit on election day. The car was parked at the Garnet Valley VW dealership in
Chadds Ford Township.

• Someone dumped 72 batteries,
apparently used for surveillance system alarms, beside a dumpster at the Bill
Bunch auction house in Chadds Ford sometime between May 13-16. The
investigation has drawn no leads, the police report said. Anyone with information
is asked to call the state police at 484-840-1000.

• Police arrested a Wilmington
man for DUI following a two-car accident on Route 202 at Route 1 on May 17. A
police report identified the accused as 41-year-old Charles Rowe.

• A 12-year-old boy was charged
with harassment after stabbing another 12-year-old with a scissors at Garnet
Valley Middle School on May 13. Police said the victim was stabbed in the left
arm and stomach. There were no injuries of the stomach, the report said, but
the arm was left with a few minor scratches.

• A home on Pulaski Road in
Pocopson Township was burglarized sometime in the late morning of May 20. A
report from Pennsylvania Police, Troop J, Avondale said the perpetrator gained
entry through a window and took a television set and a Craftsman generator. The
value of the stolen property is estimated at $500.

• Someone stole several antique
coins from a locked case at the Pennsbury Antique Mall. A police report said
the incident happened sometime between May 8 and May 15. No other information
was released.

• Four tires were stolen from a
white Ford F-150 pickup truck at Garnet Ford in Chadds Ford Township on May 22,
a police report said. The unknown suspect is believed to have been driving a
dark colored mini van, the report said.

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