Police attack man in Pennsburg apartment break-in
PENNSBURG PA – A 34-year-old man presented himself, according to a Monday (28 in connection with a suspected break-in in Pennsburg.
Soldiers said the suspect, a resident of Souderton, avoided violence and entered “with a stolen key” through the front door of an apartment on West 2nd Street occupied by a 31-year-old woman. The man “woke the victim and eventually pushed him to the ground” during the incident, which occurred at around 3:46 am on Tuesday, June 1, they added.
“The suspect then stole the victim’s phone,” a black Motorola-branded Moto smartphone valued at $ 200, “before leaving the apartment,” the statement said.
Charges are pending in the Magisterial District Justice Maureen C. Coggins’ court.
Also reported by the state police on Monday:
Alcohol or drug offenses
A 21-year-old man from Red Hill was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after an investigation by police officers after he died on Sunday (27th street in Marlborough Parish. Their investigation continues, but a report indicated that charges would be brought to the court.
At the junction of Knight and Sinking Bridge in Upper City of HanoverHis police officers carried out a traffic control on June 7th (Monday) at 10:59 am, which they described as “several violations of vehicle regulations” involving a silver-colored Volkswagen station wagon. “The operator,” a 19-year-old man from Zionsville, “was later found in possession of controlled substances and was released pending charges.”
Thefts by deception
Soldiers responded on Sunday (June 27) to a report from a 59-year-old man walking on Finland Road in. lives Upper City of Hanover, who said his stolen identity was used to illegally claim unemployment benefits. Your investigation is ongoing.
They are also investigating Wednesday (June 23) report on a 55-year-old Kriebel Mill Road, Worcester Township, Man who said a credit card was fraudulently opened on his behalf, apparently by someone using a stolen identity item
A 64 year old Moyer Road Salford ParishHis husband reported on June 22nd (Tuesday) that someone had filed an unemployment claim on his behalf. The victim is employed; Police officers said they are investigating.
A court of law Red Hill borough A man, 32 years old, was reported to soldiers on June 21 (Monday) that he had learned that someone had tried using his identity to apply for unemployment benefits. They stated that no money had yet been paid for the claim.
Another obvious victim of identity theft is a 42-year-old Hendricks Station Road. Upper Salford Township, a woman who on June 21 (Monday) notified soldiers of an unemployment claim filed on her behalf by someone other than herself. She is also employed.
Someone tried to cash a check online on June 15th (Tuesday) using the name and stolen identity of a 52 year old Neaborlea Way. Bustard district, Man who brought the incident to the attention of soldiers. You determine.
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