Police Log Nov. 25: Scam, DUIs possession

Pennsylvania State Police

Media Barracks

A Garnet Valley man was the intended victim of an identity scam. Police said a credit card company contacted him to let him know that the Small Business Administration had completed a credit card inquiry on him, and paperwork was started on a $10,000 loan. The victim froze all his accounts, and the loan failed to go through.

Avondale Barracks

John Koutras, 30, of Rockville, Md., was arrested in Kennett Township on drug charges, a police report said. Police arrested him on Oct. 15 following a traffic stop on E. Baltimore Pike at Lenape Road. Police gave no reason for the stop in the report but said they determined Koutras to be in possession while speaking with him.

Southern Chester County Regional Police

James J.A. Donnelly, 21, of Wilmington, was arrested and charged with DUI, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and related traffic offenses following a traffic stop for erratic driving, police said. The incident occurred on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 1:45 a.m., in the 9100 block of Gap Newport Pike, in New Garden Township. Upon making contact with Donnelly, police said they observed indicators suggesting intoxication. According to the report, field sobriety tests confirmed impairment, and he was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. Police also said they found a THC vape pen in the vehicle. Donnelly agreed to a chemical test of his breath, resulting in a blood alcohol level of 0.121 percent.

Police said Kathryn E. Hoogerwerff, 37, of Avondale, was arrested and charged with DUI, recklessly endangering another person, simple assault, and related traffic offenses following a multi-vehicle accident with entrapment. The incident occurred on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 9:40 p.m., in the area of Gap Newport Pike and Penn Green Road, in New Garden Township. Upon contacting Hoogerwerff, police said they observed indicators suggesting intoxication, and field sobriety tests confirmed impairment. Police took her into custody for suspicion of DUI. Hoogerwerff agreed to a chemical test of her breath, resulting in a blood alcohol level of 0.287 percent.

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