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Man Exposes Himself to Woman in Doylestown

Plus, seven vehicles parked in a West State Street apartment lot were "keyed."

Indecent Exposure

Officers are investigating the report of indecent exposure that occurred on Friday, February 24 at approximately 11:50 a.m. in the area of a South Main Street bookstore.

The victim reported that she was entering her vehicle when a male approached her and exposed his genitals.

The male is described as approximately 30 years old, short light brown hair, 5’10”, medium build, last seen wearing black running pants and a white zippered running jacket.

Criminal Mischief

A vehicle parked in a driveway on the 500 block of Maple Avenue was vandalized on two consecutive evenings, February 21 and 22.

During the first incident, eggs were thrown at the vehicle. The second night, five slices of cheese were stuck to the vehicle.

Driving Under the influence

Kimberly Heileman, 43, Bennett Drive, Doylestown, was arrested on Thursday, February 23 at approximately 11:15 PM after the vehicle she was driving failed to stop for a posted sign at the intersection of Hamilton and Wood Streets.

During the traffic stop, Heileman was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. She was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which she failed.

Heileman was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood.

Theft

A purse was taken from the back of a chair at a S. Main Street bar on Friday, February 24 sometime between midnight and closing.

The purse is described as a black Kate Spade brand and contained the owner’s wallet, which contained a debit card, credit card, identification, and approximately $30 cash.

Criminal Mischief

Seven vehicles parked in a W. State Street apartment lot were “keyed” sometime between 11:30 PM on Thursday, February 23 and 7:20 AM on Friday, February 24.

Liquor Laws

A 15-year old female from Buckingham and a 16-year old female from Furlong were cited on Friday, February 24 at approximately 9:09 PM after officers received the report of an unresponsive, intoxicated female at an E. State Street club.

Driving Under the Influence

Renee Leister, 43, Byerly Drive, New Hope, was arrested on Saturday, February 25 at approximately 2:00 AM after the vehicle she was driving was stopped for an illegal left turn at the intersection of Main and Court Streets.

During the traffic stop, Leister was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. She was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which she failed.

Leister was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood.

Driving Under the Influence

Paige McDermott, 22, Harmony Lane, Jamison, was arrested on Saturday, February 25 at approximately 3:31 AM after the vehicle she was driving failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of State and Hamilton Streets.

During the traffic stop, McDermott was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. She was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which she failed.

McDermott was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood.

McDermott is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia for having a glass pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana in her possession.

Driving Under the Influence

Barry Mulherin, 48, Snyder Avenue, Philadelphia, was arrested on Saturday, February 25 at approximately 11:41 PM after an officer stopped his vehicle for what appeared to be a domestic dispute occurring inside.

During the investigation, Mulherin was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. He was asked to perform a field sobriety test, which he failed.

Mulherin was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood, which he refused.

Assault

Joseph Dunn, 23, Michelle Court, Levittown, was arrested on Sunday, February 26 at approximately 1:18 AM after he allegedly struck a male over the head with a bottle, breaking it. Dunn allegedly continued to swipe the broken bottle at the victim’s face, causing several lacerations to his head and face.

The incident occurred in a S. Main Street bar.

The victim was transported to Doylestown Hospital for evaluation and treatment.

Driving Under the influence

Kevin MacLatchie, 27, Pebble Hill Road, Doylestown, was arrested on Sunday, February 26 at approximately 4:03 AM after the vehicle he was driving was observed striking the curb on Clemens Road in the area of Main Street.

During the traffic stop, MacLatchie was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. He was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which he failed.

MacLatchie was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood.

Criminal Mischief

Graffiti was written on an exterior door of a S. Main Street animal hospital sometime between 7:00 PM on Saturday, February 25 and 10:00 AM on Sunday, February 26.

The graffiti was written in black marker.

Criminal Mischief

A glass pane in the front door of a N. Main Street coffee house was damaged on Sunday, February 26 at approximately 10:05 PM.

Criminal Mischief

The knob of the front door of a N. Main Street apartment building was damaged on Friday, February 24 between 3:30 PM and 4:30 PM.

Criminal Mischief

Two ceiling panels were removed and damaged at a residential fitness center on Veterans Lane on Tuesday, February 28 at approximately 3:15 PM.

Driving Under the Influence

David Gilleece, 44, Court Street, Doylestown, was arrested on Wednesday, February 29 at approximately 2:47 AM after the vehicle he was driving was observed striking a curb on Court Street in the area of Pine Street.

During the traffic stop, Gilleece was noted to exhibit signs of intoxication. He was asked to perform field sobriety tests, which he failed.

Gilleece was transported to Doylestown Hospital for legal blood, which he refused.

Mark Glidden March 07, 2012 at 11:40 AM
Perhaps the victim was lactose intolerant or worse yet; vegan. The horror!
Bettina March 07, 2012 at 04:47 PM
LOL...I was thinking the car must have looked hungry...it was getting breakfast :)
Bettina March 07, 2012 at 04:48 PM
LOL
Bettina March 07, 2012 at 04:50 PM
The indecent exposure....maybe Willy just wanted some fresh air...what is a 30 year old male to do? :)
Jeff Lugar March 08, 2012 at 01:22 PM
I'll add that the woman found under the influence from making an illegal left turn at Main and Court underscores a larger problem of people turning there. When travelling north on Main there are two signs (one on a pole on the sidewalk and one overhead at the traffic lights) clearly indicating a left turn is not allowed onto Court, but people do it all the time. Eat lunch outside at Basically Burgers and you'll almost always see someone do it; take a daily jog or dog walk through town and once a week someone will almost hit you as you cross from Cafe Allessio to Lilly's.

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