Police Log March 13: Thefts, DUIs, crashes

Pennsylvania State Police

State police from the Media barracks apprehended a fugitive in Chadds Ford Township on Feb. 13. According to a police press release, troopers made a routine traffic stop on Route 1 at Harvey Road. Police determined that the driver, John Crawford White, 62, of Lincoln University, was wanted in Maryland where there was an active warrant for him.

Police are investigating an overdose in Concord Township. A report said troopers responded to a call regarding a 40-year-old woman who overdosed in an apartment on Route 202. She was given a dose of Narcan and transported to Riddle Hospital. Police said they found 11 glassine baggies suspected of containing heroin in the apartment. The incident happened on Feb. 13.

Sometime between Feb. 4 and 14, someone stole fishing equipment from a boat on a McComb Avenue property in Concord Township. Anyone with knowledge of the incident is asked to call police at 484-840-1000 and reference incident number PA2019-191911.

Police said Martin Francis Callaghan, 38, of Chadds Ford, violated a Protection from Abuse order on Feb. 14 by going to the victim’s residence.

An altercation between a boyfriend and girlfriend led to charges being filed against the woman, a police report said. The incident happened on Feb. 17 on Ruby Road in Concord Township. Police did not identify the individuals in the report.

Someone broke into a car parked at 1766 Wilmington Pike on Feb. 18 and stole a purse and a lunch box.

State police said Michael Brodo, 36, and Janey Carrero, 43, stole $1,477 worth of drills from the Home Depot on Hatton Drive in Concord Township on Feb. 23. According to the report, the pair was caught after leaving the store, and both are wanted in connection with multiple retail thefts at Home Depot stores in Delaware and Chester County.

Stephanie Marie Summa, 33, of Wilmington, was found to be DUI following a traffic stop at the Wawa on Naamans Creek Road on Feb. 20, a police report said.

Police said Debra Ann Sellers, 65, of Glen Mills, was determined to be DUI following a motor vehicle crash on Route 1 near Conchester Highway on Feb.21.

Cochranville resident Sandra L. Camarote, 63, was found to be DUI following a two-vehicle crash on Route 1 near Ring Road in Chadds Ford Township on Feb. 21.

Police said a female juvenile from Chadds Ford was charged with simple assault after allegedly striking a 45-year-old woman in the face during a domestic dispute. The incident happened in Painters Crossing on Feb. 27.

The cause of a March 1 fire on Marshall Road is undetermined. State police said Fire Chief Tom Nelling determined the fire started in the kitchen area of the former home, now used for storage by David Dodge, but was unable to determine the cause.

A 17-year-old driver was cited for following too closely following a Feb. 25 accident on E. Street Road in East Marlborough Township near Conservatory Road. No injuries were reported.

Southern Chester County Regional Police

Darryl Cacciatore, 56, of Landenberg, was arrested and charged with retail theft and with violations of the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act (Act 64), after he was caught stealing $545 worth of lottery tickets from the Turkey Hill store where he was employed, a police report said. The incident occurred on Feb. 22 at 3:33 p.m., at 735 Newark Road, in New Garden Township. The theft was discovered during an audit by Turkey Hill Loss Prevention and was captured on store surveillance. During a search incidental to the arrest, police said, he was found to be in possession of suspected heroin and related paraphernalia. He was processed and released pending issuance of a summons.

Police said Eladio Chun-Ramirez, 23, of Avondale, was arrested and charged with DUI, resisting arrest, recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct, and a traffic offense, after police observed that he appeared to be sleeping, while his vehicle was stopped partially on the road. The incident happened on Feb. 22 at 2:45 a.m., in the 300 block of Ellicott Road, in New Garden Township. When police approached the open driver’s window, the report said, Chun-Ramirez was observed to be making furtive movements inside the vehicle. He ignored commands to show his hands and instead kept reaching under the seat and into his waistband with his right hand. When police attempted to remove him from the vehicle, he attempted to put the transmission in drive. Chun-Ramirez was ultimately removed from the vehicle but continued to resist efforts by police to handcuff him. He was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI and was transported to the hospital, where he consented to a chemical test of his blood, the results of which are pending lab analysis. He was transported to Central Booking where he was processed and held for arraignment. He was committed to the Chester County Prison in lieu of posting $5,000 bail.

Justin D. Bariletto, 19, of Avondale, was arrested and charged with simple assault, harassment, and disorderly conduct following an incident on Feb. 20 in the 100 block of Portmarnock Drive, in New Garden Township, a report said. According to police, officers were called to the residence following a physical altercation between Bariletto and a female, during which he is alleged to have tripped her, causing her to fall. He is also accused of grabbing and pinning her wrists and shoving her onto a wooden bench. Bariletto was taken into custody and was transported to Central Booking, where he was processed and held for arraignment. He was released on $5,000 unsecured bail.

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