Monday, May 13, 2013
The fights took place at Saint Denis Fair and Haverford Middle School.
Haverford Township Police received two recent reports of fights. On May 2 police were called to Haverford Middle School in the 1800 block of Darby Road at 1:30 p.m. According to police, a boy punched another student in the jaw, causing a bruise. The following evening police responded to the Saint Denis Fair in the 300 block of E. Eagle Road at 9 p.m. for the report of a fight. A man told police that a man punched and kicked him until he fell to the ground. Recent police news: Missing People, Thefts, Woman's Leg Run Over Top Police News Haverford Police Report Thefts Jewelry, Laptop Stolen in Burglaries
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Check out these unusual police stories from around Greater Philadelphia.
Must be Some Nice Jewelry: In what is becoming something of a trend, Radnor Patch has a report about some seriously expensive jewelry being stolen from an area house. According to reports, $20,000 in jewelry was taken from a St. Davids house. No word on how much jewelry was stolen. Read the full story here. Can’t Look Back: In what authorities are calling “totally crummy,” Media Patch has a story about some car vandalism. According to reports, a woman woke up late at night to find both of her car’s side mirrors pulled off her car. Read the full story here. Hot Dog Car: It was a bad week for cars in Greater Philly. According to a report from Springfield Patch, a resident reported that someone poured ketchup and mustard all over his vehicle…
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Did you miss any of these police-related stories last week?
The following police- and crime-related stories lead the news this past week on Haverford-Havertown Patch. Click on each link below to read the article. Haverford Police Report Thefts Five thefts were recently reported to Haverford Township Police. Missing Haverford Woman Found A Haverford woman had reportedly been suffering from depression in the aftermath of her husband and father's recent deaths. Jewelry, Laptop Stolen in Burglaries Two burglaries and a case of fraud were recently reported to Haverford Township Police. Alert Issued For Missing Teen Montgomery and Chester counties have issued an alert for a teen believed to be endangered. Retail Thefts at Kohl's, Giant Read four recent incidents of retail theft. OMG PD: A Rebel of a …
The outages occurred prior to the heavy rains that fell on the area Friday night, police say.
There were a few power outages during the St. Denis Fair on Eagle Road in Havertown Friday night, police officials said. The outages occurred prior to the heavy rains that fell on the area around 8 p.m. Friday, Haverford Township Police Det. Sgt. Shant Bedrossian said in an email message. Fair rides lost power and anyone who was on the rides was safely removed from them, Bedrossian said. There were no reported injuries. Power was restored to the area and the fair continued, Bedrossian said.
Five thefts were recently reported to Haverford Township Police.
The following information was provided by Haverford Township Police.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Two burglaries and a case of fraud were recently reported to Haverford Township Police.
The following information was provided by Haverford Township Police. Recent police news: Retail Thefts at Kohl's, Giant Car Runs Over Woman's Leg, Police Say Theft, Gunshots Top Police News
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Montgomery and Chester counties have issued an alert for a teen believed to be endangered.
Both Montgomery and Chester counties have sent out alerts about a missing 16-year-old girl believed to be an endangered runaway. Her name is Jazmine Denby and she is from Norristown. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children says she may go by the nickname Jazzy and that she went missing on last Tuesday. She is described as being 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighing about 120 pounds with brown hair and eyes. Photos show her wearing glasses. Anyone with information is asked to call the Norristown Police Department at 610-270-0977. Click here for her endangered runaway poster.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Read four recent incidents of retail theft.
Haverford Township Police reported four incidents of retail theft.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Check out these unusual police stories from around the Philadelphia area.
Flag Flies the Coop: Someone broke into a Villanova University dorm room and stole, among other things, a Confederate flag, according to police. Read the full Radnor Patch story. Probably Not a Solo Job: One Tuesday morning, a 500-pound water heater disappeared from a Springfield yard, according to police. Read the full Springfield Patch story. Bad Date: A man on a date at the Granite Run Mall stole his date's phone and keys, according to police. Read the full Media Patch story. A Spirited Break-in: Two men entered a Wayne house one Wednesday afternoon in search of alcohol, then acquiesced when a resident demanded they leave, according to police. Read the full TE Patch story. About this column: OMG PD reviews the surprising, shocking, …
And jewelry was stolen from a home in this police report.
Haverford Township Police reported a number of recent incidents of theft and fraud. The following information was provided by the police department.