Animal Feces Cover Car, Police Say
Also, a 150-pound concrete flower planter was taken from a residence in a separate incident, police say
The following information was supplied by Newtown Township Police. Any arrests or charges mentioned do not indicate guilt or conviction.
Criminal Mischief—300 block of Third Avenue in Newtown Square at about 7:35 a.m. on March 19. Police arrived to find animal feces spread all over the victim’s silver Honda covering the windows, frame and door handle, according to the report. The woman asked police if there were any similar incidents in the area recently and police told her no, according to the report. Police encouraged the woman to call 911 if she sees anyone suspicious near her vehicle, according to the report.
Theft—3500 block of Woodcrest Avenue in Newtown Square on March 1. A resident told police he had a matching set of rectangular concrete flower planters, that weighted about 150 pounds each, and one was missing, according to the report. One of the planters was on the driveway in front of the garage and the other was supposed to be at the end of the driveway between the street and the rural mailbox post, according to the report. The resident told police the planter had been there all winter but was noticed missing on March 1, according to the report.