NEWTOWN SQUARE–On Sept. 22 at approximately 8:54 p.m., Newtown police responded to 4007 West Chester Pike in Newtown Square for a report of a domestic incident. Upon arrival, police met with the complainant who showed police a copy of an emergency protection order signed earlier that day by a judge. According to the report, the woman had received a protection order of relief abuse from her sister, a 24-year-old from Upper Darby. When the complainant received the order, the sister had called the complainant and threatened to shoot her, according to the report. Upper Darby police were able to arrest the sister on charges of Terroristic Threats With Intent to Terrorize Another; Harassment; and Disorder Conduct Hazardous/Physically Offensive.
$400 Stroller Stolen at Consignment Shop
On Sept. 19 at approximately 1:37 p.m., police responded to Kids Sweet Repeats on 3707 West Chester Pike in Newtown Square for a reported theft. Police received information that someone had stolen a Recovery-type three-wheeled jog stroller valued at approximately $400 at the consignment shop. The owner of the shop was unable to see anyone in the area who may have taken it, according to the report. Police were able to provide the owner with suggestions on how to change the display set-up at the storefront.
$75 Work Ladder Stolen
On Sept. 15 at approximately 12 p.m., police responded to the 100 bock of Beechwood Road in the lower St. Albans area for a reported theft. Upon arrival, police spoke with the homeowner who told police his work ladder was stolen sometime after 1 p.m. the day before, according to the report. According to the report, the man’s wife had noticed a pile of ladders were disturbed on their property in which the man noticed his 16-foot, silver ladder was missing. The approximate value of the ladder is $75.
Ex-Girlfriend Tells Former Boyfriend's New Girlfriend: 'Watch Yourself, I'm Warning You'
On Sept. 14, police responded to the 100 block of Pine Street for a report of a protection from abuse order violation. According to the report, an ex-girlfriend had been calling a former boyfriend numerous times on the phone. The order was implemented on Sept. 6 with an expiration date on March 6, 2014. While on scene, the former boyfriend received another phone call from the ex-girlfriend, a 63-year-old from Drexel Hill. Police spoke to the ex-girlfriend and informed her she was in direct violation of the protection from abuse order, in which she responded that she was only calling because the former boyfriend had initiated the calls, according to the report.
On Sept. 15, police responded to the same home on Pine Street in reference to the protection from abuse order violation. According to the report, the man told police the ex-girlfriend had called three times overnight, despite the warning from police the day before. In addition, the ex-girlfriend threatened the man that she had all his personal information and will send it overseas to unknown people so that they can assume and abuse his identity, according to the report. According to the report, the ex-girlfriend had also allegedly been calling the man's current girlfriend and her 90-year-old mother. The ex-girlfriend had allegedly told the current girlfriend she was going to show up at her workplace and told the current girlfriend to 'What yourself, I'm warning you," according to the report. The ex-girlfriend was arrested and charged with violation of protection from abuse order.