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Police Reports: Week of July 20

Arrests at Graterford protest; motorcycle stolen in Trappe

Editor's note: The following items include information provided by the Skippack Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.

Two Cited For Disorderly Conduct at Prison Protest

While the majority of the participants of followed orders and stayed within the designated protest area, two bicycle-riding protestors were cited after they allegedly attempted to navigate their way to the .

According to a report from the Pennsylvania State Police, 29-year-old Alexander Grosskurth, of North Wales, and 25-year-old Gregory Johnson, of Harleysville, were cited for disorderly conduct after PSP Bicycle Patrol members observed the two protestors breaking away from the main group as they attempted to travel down Perkiomen Creek Road towards the entrance to SCI Graterford.

Both Grosskurth and Johnson were cited and released. No other incidents or arrests occurred.

Motorcycle Stolen in Trappe

State police are currently investigating an incident where a motorcycle was stolen during the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 17.

According to the report, a black Suzuki GSX 600 - bearing Pennsylvania registration 6678M - was stolen from its parking spot along the 100-block of Lafayette Court around 3 a.m. The report states that the motorcycle was "possibly loaded in the rear of a truck with a loud exhaust or on a trailer."

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Skippack Barracks at 610-584-1250, and reference incident number K03-1864227.

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