Tuesday, April 23, 2013
What began as an attempt to solicit money for cigarettes outside of the Pottstown Redner's quickly led to multiple police calls, profanity-laden confrontations, and ultimately, the arrest of a Collegeville woman.
March 29 was not a good day for 22-year-old Julia Fitzhenry, of Collegeville, after her failed attempts to solicit money for cigarettes outside of the Pottstown Redner's led to three police calls, five charges, and ultimately, her arrest. Police initially responded to a complaint that a woman was attempting to solicit money from customers at the Redner's on the 300 block of High Street. Police encountered the woman – identified as Fitzhenry, of the unit block of Clamer Avenue, Collegeville – at a nearby Sunoco Gas Station, where they observed her asking people for money, the report states. After being informed that is was illegal to solicit money in the borough, the report states that Fitzhenry became argumentative with police. She stated …
Friday, March 22, 2013
The child has been referred to the Youth Aid Program by the Pennsylvania State Police.
A ten-year-old Trappe boy was referred to the Youth Aid program after allegedly harassing two females, 6 and 40, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. According to a police report, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Elio Circle in Trappe for a report of harassment after ten-year-old allegedly entered into an argument with the six-year old girl, and kicked over the sign belonging to the 40-year-old woman, also of Trappe, as the six-year-old girl attempted to block the subject, according to police. The boy then threatened to harm the six-year-old girl, according to the PSP. According to police, the suspect has been referred to the Youth Aid Program.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Garrison William Jabs, 21, faces multiple charges relating to a Perkiomen Township incident.
A Schwenksville man is facing multiple charges stemming from a Perkiomen Township incident in which he allegedly pushed a female’s face into a pool table in the course of an argument at a home in Perkiomen Township, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. At 3:30 p.m. on March 8, Garrison William Jabs, 21, of Schwenksville, was in an altercation with an 18-year-old female on Wismer Road when he allegedly pushed her face into the pool table and created multiple holes to the residence with his first and hand, police say. Other items in the house were also damaged in the course of the altercation, and the arguing continued after Jabs exited the home onto the roadway, according to the PSP. Subscribe to our free daily newsletter | Follow us…
Friday, February 1, 2013
The two, both 20, allegedly threatened the woman and damaged her property on Jan. 29.
Christina Groff and Brendan J. Bungay, Jr., both 20 and of Norristown, were charged with harassment and related offenses after allegedly threatening a Trappe woman and damaging her property, according to Pennsylvania State Police. A PSP report states that Groff and Bungay arrived at the 34-year-old victim’s home on College Avenue in Trappe on Jan 28 at 8:30 p.m. and began to bang on the victim’s door while screaming threats at her. The duo then broke the windshield of the victim’s vehicle, as well as a statue that belonged to the victim, according to police. Groff and Bungay were charged with trespass, criminal mischief and harassment. Editor's note: The following items include information provided by the Pennsylvania State Police - …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Car stolen in Trappe, harassment in Skippack and mailbox theft in Upper Frederick
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. Burglary/Motor Vehicle Theft in Trappe Borough An unidentified 64-year-old man had his vehicle stolen from the 100-block of College Avenue in Trappe, according to a PA State Police Report. The victim stated that between 10 p.m. and midnight on July 18, the keys to his 2007 Chevrolet Silverado were taken from his home, according to the report. The vehicle was then stolen from the parking area next to the victim's residence, police said. Harassment in Skippack Township Jeremy Heffentrager, of Royerford Township, was cited for harassment by the Pennsylvania …
Friday, July 29, 2011
Police are asking the public for information.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a theft from Bella’s Boutique in Skippack on July 20. According to a police report, a woman entered the store and “spent approximately 15 minutes looking at items in the store and speaking with store employees.” She left the store without purchasing any items, and then looked at a display of designer handbags outside the store, the report states. She was reportedly seen looking at and trying one of the handbags; she then allegedly took the bag without paying for it. The report states the suspect left in a “late model, light-colored (possibly gray or silver) compact sedan. She is described as a white female, 55 to 60 years old, approximately 5 feet or 5 feet 2 inches tall with light brown hair. …
Monday, April 25, 2011
In other cases, police are investigating a harassment incident and a burglary.
Pennsylvania State Police are seeking information about a man who was seen exposing himself in Perkiomen Township on several dates from Wednesday, April 20, to Sunday, April 24, according to a report. According to two Collegeville women—age 23 and 27, respectively—a man was standing along the Perkiomen Creek behind the PECO substation on Gravel Pike and “had his pants down, and he exposed himself,” the report states. “Once he was discovered, he covered himself and fled the scene,” the report continues. Anyone with information should call the Pennsylvania State Police Skippack Barracks at 610-5854-1250. The incident number is K03-1775529. Rahns man reports harassing phone calls Pennsylvania State Police are investigating reports of an …
Monday, April 11, 2011
Police are investigating other thefts and criminal mischief incidents.
A Collegeville woman whose credit cards and driver’s license were stolen while she was traveling by bus from Richmond, VA, to Philadelphia, Friday, has recently noticed unauthorized activity on her account, according to police. Pennsylvania State Police are continuing an investigation. Perkiomen man, woman allegedly struck each other during argument Two Perkiomen Township residents will be charged with simple assault and harassment in connection with a reported verbal-turned-physical argument, according to a Pennsylvania State Police report. Carol Snyder and Alan Coburn, both 43, were in the 500 block of Gravel Pike when they allegedly began to argue. Police say the disagreement escalated and claim the pair “exchanged several strikes …