Police log Sept. 1

• The Unionville-Chadds Ford
School District sent out an e-mail on Aug. 31 reporting there was an incident that
morning on school grounds with a former student who, the release said, was
trespassing. East Marlborough police were called and the responding officer subdued
the individual, the message said. No injuries were reported.

• State police from Troop K,
Media, arrested a 21-year-old from Aston on theft charges following an incident
at the Home Depot in Concord Township. The suspect is identified as Michael
Joseph Maloney, of Crum Lynne. According to a police report, Maloney entered
the store on Aug. 29, took some wire and concealed it in his book bag. The
report said a loss prevention officer at the store caught Maloney. Maloney did
not deny the charges, the report said.
The wire is valued at $104.64.

• Police are charging a
20-year-old from Glen Mills with DUI after the man was stopped at the
intersection of Schoolhouse and Park lanes in Concord Township on Aug. 28 at
10:35 p.m. The police report did not identify the suspect, but said the trooper
on the scene determined the man was under the influence of alcohol or a
controlled substance. A controlled substance —unidentified in the report — was
found in the driver’s possession, the report said.

• Troopers from Troop J,
Avondale, arrested a 24-year-old from Elizabethtown on DUI and careless driving
charges after he was stopped on Route 52 in Pocopson Township on Aug. 21 at
3:04 a.m. A report identified the man as Pierre Ingo Walter.

• State police are
investigating the theft of a generator valued at $2,000 from a location near
the intersection of routes 1 and 202. The theft happened sometime between 4:30
and 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 30. No other information was available.

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