Police log April 26

• Four people from Virginia had
money and belongings stolen when someone broke into their car that was parked
at the Brandywine River Museum on April 19. The police report said someone
broke into the car by forcing a front door lock, then unlocking the rest of the
doors. The incident occurred between 2 and 3:30 p.m. Anyone with information is
asked to call the state police media barracks at 484-840-1000.

• Steven Dunlap, reportedly
from Chadds Ford, was arrested for DUI on April 21, according to police. A
report said a gray Jeep Cherokee was found against a tree on Ring Road. A
passenger in the vehicle suffered minor injuries and was transported to Crozer
Medical Center.

• Someone damaged two hinges
that were padlocked on a barn on Concord Road in Concord Township. The incident
happened between 6 and 8 p.m. on April 19, a police report said. Anyone with
information is asked to call Tpr. Brian L. Richardson at 484-840-1000.

• Police reported that an
iPhone, a bank debit card and a green book bag with an iPod, wallet and clothes
were stolen from a car parked at the Brandywine River Museum between 11 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. on April 22. Anyone with information is asked to call police at

• According to a police report,
someone tried to break into a vehicle parked at the Chadds Ford Tavern on April
16, sometime between12:25 and 1:35 p.m. No other information was available.

• Police said there were minor
injuries from a two-car accident on Route 1 at Ring Road in Chadds Ford
Township shortly after 2 p.m. on April 17. The report said blue Subaru Outback
driven by Janice Keane of Newark, Del., was unable to stop in time before
striking a red VW Beetle that was stopped at the traffic light.

• State police from Troop J,
Avondale barracks, reported four injuries from a one-car accident on South Creek
Road in Pennsbury Township. The police report said a car traveling north on
Creek Road was going too fast when it rounded a bend in the road south of
Cossart Road. The car was going too fast, police said, crossed the southbound
lane and struck a fence on the southbound shoulder. The driver and three
passengers all reported neck and back pain and were transported to Christiana
Hospital, the report said.

• Minor injuries, but no
transport to a hospital, were reported following a motorcycle accident on Parkersville
Road in Pennsbury Township on April 17. A police report said the biker was
traveling north on Parkersville Road when he lost control on loose gravel while
negotiating a right hand curve.

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