Police Log for Jan. 30: Assault, thefts and DUIs

• State police are investigating an assault in which four unknown white males punched a 17-year-old who was sledding at the Nelson D. Clayton Memorial Park in Concord Township. The incident happened on Jan. 21. A report said the four approached the youth and an argument ensued. One of the suspects then punched the victim twice in the face causing a bloody nose. The four then fled.  Police canvassed the area but found no one. They then took the youth home where the family told police they were taking him to Riddle Memorial Hospital.

• An unknown black male is suspected of stealing a Ridgid spade handler mud mixer with a paddle attachment after unlawfully entering a car parked at Outer Spaces on Temple Road. He also tried to get into several other vehicles but was unsuccessful. The suspect arrived in a silver Chrysler 200, a police report said. He was wearing blue jeans and a dark blue Everlast hooded sweatshirt. The report described him as being in his mid 50s, with glasses and short gray hair and a gray goatee.

• A white female is being sought in connection with a theft from vehicle at Oasis on Lacrue Avenue in Concord Township. Police said the woman stole car keys from an unattended jacket that was left on a chair, then went outside and used the unlock feature to gain access to the car. She then stole a pocketbook with identification, credit cards and checkbook. She also stole a GPS unit. The credit cards were used to buy $83 worth of merchandise from a CVS and $44 worth of gas from a gas station in Upper Chichester. The CVS surveillance camera showed the woman wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. Police said she appears to be in her mid 30s with blonde hair. She also had three children with her. The incidents happened Jan. 25.

• Gillian Alexander Devuono, 25, of Thornton, was arrested for DUI on Jan. 23. Police said she crashed her car into another vehicle at the intersection of Brinton Lake Road and Route 1 shortly before 7 p.m.

• A motorist who lost control of his Toyota Sequoia on Route 1 just south of Heyburn Road was cited for driving too fast. Police identified the driver as Steven O. Harris, 44, of Thorndale. According to the report, Harris lost control of the vehicle and struck the concrete median with the driver’s side, then crossed back into the right lane and hit the guide rail. No injuries were reported as a result of the Jan. 25 accident.

• A 22-year-old from Aston, Daniel G. Carletti, was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop on Route 202 near Dilworthtown Road at 2:51 a.m. on Jan. 25.

• Pennsylvania State Police are reminding residents to remove valuables from sight and lock their cars when they leave their vehicles to help prevent thefts from vehicles.

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