Police Log Feb. 26: Crashes, identity theft, harassment

Pennsylvania State Police

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Police are investigating the theft of a Phillies jersey signed by Roy Halladay. The jersey — in a frame in a men’s restroom on Route 202 in a facility not named in the report — was stolen on Feb. 21. Anyone with information is asked to phone Tpr. Moustapha Doumbia at 484-840-1000.

Natalie R. DiSebastian, 28, of Glen Mills, was injured and cited for DUI following a one-vehicle crash in Concord Township, a police report said. According to the report, DiSebastian was driving northbound on Route 1 when she lost control of the Fiat 300, crossed over into the left lane and struck a concrete barrier, then went off the other side of the road ad struck a tree. She was taken to Crozer Hospital for treatment of injuries. The accident happened on Feb. 19 at 8:26 p.m.

Inattention and speed led to a rear-ender accident on Route 1 in Chadds Ford Township on Feb. 19. According to the police report, Jacqueline Bois was northbound on Route 1 approaching Ring Road when she looked away from the road briefly. When looked back up, she struck another vehicle that was stopped at the light. No injuries were reported.

State police charged a Concord Township father and son with harassment following a Feb. 17 physical altercation on Ivy Mills Road. No details of the incident were released.

Harry Tillman, 22, of Chadds Ford, was arrested for DUI, police said. According to the report, Tillman crashed into a parked vehicle on Century Lane at 11:17 p.m. on Feb. 13.

One person was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Cheyney Road on Feb. 12. Police said Mathew C. Odor, 21, of Saylorsburg, Pa., was cited following the accident. According to the report, Odor was driving south on Cheyney, approaching Schoolhouse Lane when he turned left without proper clearance and struck a northbound vehicle. The driver of the second vehicle, a 51-year-old woman from Thornton, was taken to Riddle Hospital for treatment of injuries. A passenger in Odor’s car was also believed to be injured but was not transported.

A West Chester woman was cited after she struck a mailbox on Hunters Lane in Chadds Ford Township on Feb. 10. Police said Mary, E. Cammarota, 69, failed to maneuver a curve, hit the mailbox and then fled. She returned a day later and was confronted by the property owner who called the police.

Police are investigating a case of identity theft in which a 91-year-old man at Maris Grove was the victim. The victim was notified of a computer virus and was told to purchase a large number of gift cards to solve the problem. In doing so, the unknown suspect was able to gain control of the victim’s computer, steal bank information and take funds from his account.

Richard C. Phillips, 58, of Downingtown, was cited for following too closely on Jan. 31, police said. According to the report, Phillips struck another vehicle on Route 1 near Conchester Road at 5:37 p.m.

A 23-year-old man from Concord Township is the apparent victim of terroristic threats. Police said the victim’s car windshield was damaged with a chair and a knife with threatening statements written on it was found in the front of his residence. The incident happened on Jan. 27.

Police are investigating the theft of jewelry from Soft Surroundings in Concord Township on Jan. 16. The unknown suspect — described as a white woman in her late 40s or early 50s, about 5-feet, two-inches tall with an average build and wearing pink jacket a dark shirt and blue jeans — stole a pair of earrings and a necklace with a combined value of $115.

Police said a 55-year-old woman from Collingdale was arrested for stealing $39 worth of merchandise from the Acme in Concord Township on Jan. 15. The suspect was named in the report.

Avondale Barracks

State police are investigating the theft of a Reserve black leather jacket, size XL, valued at $798 from the Jos. A. Banks store on Route 1 in East Marlborough Township on Feb. 8. According to the report, police are looking for a black female, about 5-feet 7-inches tall wearing a dark-colored, fake fur coat. Anyone with information is asked to call the Avondale barracks at 610-268-2022 and reference case PA2020-181425.

Police arrested two Maryland women on drug charges in Kennett Square on Jan. 31. Shonta Jenrette, 27, and Jasmine Mitchell, 28, both from Hyattsville, Md., were found to be in possession of marijuana and cocaine following a traffic stop when the driver failed to use turn signals on three separate occasions, the report said.


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