Police Log Dec. 12: Speeding, DUI, theft

Pennsylvania State Police

State police said Ryan M. Dawson, 36, of Exton, was cited for driving at an unsafe speed. According to the police report, Dawson ran off Parkerville Road because he swerved to avoid an animal on the road. He lost control and struck a utility pole and a street sign, police said.

Sometime between Dec. 2 and 4, someone damaged two mailboxes on Hanover Road in Pennsbury Township. On Dec. 3, someone damaged a gold lantern at a property on Bluestone Road in Pennsbury Township.

On Dec. 3, a tall, older male entered the Walmart in East Marlborough Township, went to the shoe display, swapped his old shoes for a new pair of boots and left the store without paying, police said.

State police allege four people, in two different instances, tried to steal merchandise from the Walmart in East Marlborough Township last week. On Dec. 7, a report said, Ronald William Cunningham, 51, and Shirley Langshaw Cunningham, 50, tried stealing from the store. A day earlier, according to a separate report, Kerryn Larissa Vinson, 28, and Deon Bruce Black, 33, both from Wilmington, also tried stealing from the Walmart. Neither report mentioned what items the suspects tried to take.

Southern Chester County Regional Police 

Police said Marco Lopez-Esquivel, 25, of Avondale. was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, disarming law enforcement officer, resisting arrest or other law enforcement, simple assault, DUI, fleeing or attempting to elude police, and assorted summary offenses, following an incident that occurred on Nov. 24, on Gap Newport Pike, in New Garden Township. At 1:21 a.m., police attempted to stop a 1999 Ford for driving in the wrong lane of travel. The vehicle failed to yield and traveled from Newark Road to First Street in Avondale Borough, where it came to a stop. The driver, later identified as Lopez-Esquivel, exited his vehicle with his hands in his pockets and ignored verbal commands from police. He then resisted efforts to place him under arrest and struck an officer in the face with his elbow. An electronic control weapon was deployed with little effect and Lopez-Esquivel repeatedly attempted to take it from the officer, the report said. The struggle continued until he was finally taken into custody. Lopez-Esquivel did submit to a chemical test of his breath, resulting in a blood alcohol level of 0.11 percent. He was processed and held for arraignment, after which he was committed to the Chester County Prison in lieu of posting $50,000 bail.

David M. Hennessey, 40, of Coatesville, was arrested and charged with DUI and a related traffic offense, following a traffic stop for failing to stay in his lane of travel, police said. The incident occurred on Nov. 23 in the 9000 block of Gap Newport Pike, in New Garden Township. Upon making contact with Hennessey, police said they observed indicators suggesting intoxication and field sobriety tests confirmed impairment. He was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI and submitted to a chemical test of his breath, resulting in a blood alcohol level of 0.122 percent

Jake Rose, 21, of Landenberg, was arrested and charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct, and harassment, following a physical altercation that occurred on Nov. 22, police said. The victim reported that Rose had arrived at the scene in an extremely intoxicated condition and had instigated a physical altercation by throwing a stool and a phone at him. According to police, the victim suffered an abrasion to the leg as a result. Rose was taken into custody at the scene and was held at Central Booking for arraignment later that morning, after which he was released on $5000 unsecured bail.

Police said Michael P. Klemaszewski, 45, of West Grove, was arrested and charged with DUI and related traffic offenses, following a traffic stop for moving violations on Nov. 21 in the 100 block of Starr Road, in New Garden Township. Police said they observed indicators suggesting intoxication and field sobriety tests confirmed impairment. Klemaszewski was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI and submitted to a chemical test of his breath, resulting in a blood alcohol level of 0.183 percent.

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