Police Log May 15: DUIs, crashes, terroristic threats

Pennsylvania State Police

Caitlin McCabe, 30, of Chadds Ford, was cited after the Toyota Rav 4 she was driving ran off Green Valley Road near West Doe Run Road on May 7, police said. According to the report, the vehicle drove off the right berm, hit a tree, then rolled to the bottom of an embankment. The Rav 4 came to rest on its passenger side. The report said it was unknown if McCabe was injured.

Police said David L. Plebani, 76, of Unionville, was cited for driving under the influence after sideswiping another vehicle on South Wawaset Road in Pocopson Township on April 30. The report said Plebani had driven into the opposing lane of traffic.

Someone broke into a property on Baltimore Pike in Pennsbury Township on April 24, smoked marijuana and wrote explicit messages on various locations of the building, police said.

Police from the Avondale barracks said 71-year-old John Joseph Brunovszky violated a Protection From Abuse Order by trying to call the victim several times between April 9 and 10.

Demitri B. Grivas, 24, of Mendenhall, was cited for careless driving after rear-ending a vehicle on Kennett Pike in early April, a police report said. According to the report, Grivas was driving south on Route 52 behind another vehicle. That lead vehicle stopped because of traffic and was struck from behind on April 5.

An unidentified 38-year-old man was cited for DUI and drug violations following a traffic stop on Route 52 in Kennett Township on April 15. The police report said the odor of burnt marijuana was coming from the Hyundai Sonata he was driving and the driver showed signs of impairment.

Michael Louis Lolber, 47, of West Chester, was charged with DUI following a traffic stop in Kennett Township on May 1, police said. According to the report, Lolber was stopped for various traffic violations on southbound Route 52, north of Route 1, at 9:55 p.m.

Police said Joseph Michael Doheny, 24, of Pocopson Township, and an unidentified female, also of Pocopson, took items from multiple unlocked vehicles parked at a housing development on Pratt Lane between March 16 and 17. Doheny, the report said, then tried to use stolen credit cards at the Walmart in East Marlborough Township.

Revonne Jerald Smalls, of Lincoln University, was charged with possession of marijuana on March 24, a police report said. According to the report, the incident happened on Route 1, south of Bayard Road in East Marlborough Township at 11:59 p.m.

A police report said Meredith P. Mitchell, 19, of Kennett Square, was cited for careless driving after she rear-ended another vehicle while driving on East Baltimore Pike near Village Lane in East Marlborough Township. The accident happened on March 20 at 4:43 p.m.

Southern Chester County Regional Police

Wilmer E. Wise, 87, of Landenberg, was arrested and charged with terroristic threats, simple assault, and harassment, in connection with an altercation that happened on March 26 in New Garden Township, police said. According to the report, Wise is accused of confronting a neighbor in an aggressive manner and striking him in the face with a closed fist. He also allegedly threatened to kill the victim if he saw him on his property again.

Police said Zachary Sezna, 32, of Avondale, was arrested and charged with terroristic threats, simple assault, and harassment, following an altercation during which he is allegedly threatened to kill two people at a residence and shoved both in the process. The incident occurred on April 19 at 8:55 a.m., in New Garden Township. Sezna was taken into custody, processed, and arraigned, after which he was released on $5,000 unsecured bail.

Christian A. Watson, 21, of Kennett Square, was arrested and charged with terroristic threats, possessing instruments of crime, and simple assault, following an incident during which he is alleged to have threatened to hit and kill a child’s father when the father arrived at the residence, police said. According to police, Watson was carrying a kettlebell weight when he made the threats and swung it violently, striking a tree with it, in the immediate vicinity of children. The incident occurred April 16 in New Garden Township. Watson was taken into custody on April 18, was processed and held for arraignment. He was initially committed to the Chester County Prison but was released the following day after posting $10,000 bail.


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