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Police Blotter Nov. 22 - 28

Incidents and arrests as reported by the Lower Southampton Police Department.

The following arrest information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction.

Fraud
Unit block of N. Westview Ave, Feasterville
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011
The complainant reported that at about 11:45 a.m. she received a phone call from someone posing as her grandson who said that he got into trouble in Mexico City. Another man got on the phone and told the complainant that he was a lawyer and that she needed to send $4,575 to Peru via Western Union to bail out her grandson. The complainant withdrew the money from her bank and went to Giant to wire the money. While inside Giant, she received another phone call from the "lawyer" who was walking her through the steps of getting the money wired to him. A Giant employee caught onto what was going on and advised the complainant that she was being scammed.

Disorderly Conduct
600 block of Rosewood Ave, Trevose
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011
Constable William Wallace reported a woman at Wawa became loud and was cursing after another customer questioned her about parking in the handicapped space. Wallace reported that he attempted to calm the woman down when she got in his face, pointed at him and yelled profanities and gestures at him. A witness reported that he was stopped in the parking lot near the handicap space waiting for another space to open open when the woman, identified as Frances Moree, 69 of Feasterville, drove around him, gave him the finger and mouthed a profanity at him. Moree was advised that she would be cited for disorderly conduct via mail.

Criminal Mischief -- Graffiti
300 block of Heights Ln, Feasterville
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011
's head custodian reported new graffiti on the West side wall of the auditorium. There were several tags in black, purple and yellow paint. The complainant reported the graffiti occurred sometime on Monday, Nov. 21.

Fraud
2500 block of Arrowhead Dr, Langhorne
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011
The complainant reported a lost or stolen credit card, on which transactions were made November 19 at a Sunoco in Exton and an a BP gas station in Willow Grove totalling at about $130.

Public Drunkenness
600 block of W. Street Rd, Feasterville
Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011
Police responded to at about 1:14 a.m. for a report of 10 subjects fighting in the parking lot. Upon arrival, an off-duty Philadelphia police officer reported all parties involved had fled the scene. Police were preparing to clear the scene when Christopher Mcaleer, 24 of Feasterville, exited the bar -- he was told by the manager he didn't want him back in the bar as he was partially involved in the dispute. He was reportedly visibly intoxicated and continued to give the manager a hard time. Corporal Wojnar and Officer Tracy asked Mcaleer to leave as he was not permitted back in the bar and that he would be arrested if he refused to do so. He continued to yell and curse at police and was taken into custody for public drunkenness -- he registered a .22 percent on a breath test and will receive a citation in the mail.

Criminal Mischief
200 block of Elmwood Ave, Trevose
Friday, Nov. 25, 2011
The complainant, an employee of , stated that sometime on Wednesday into Thursday, someone damaged the passenger side rear door of her parked 2009 Chevrolet Impala.

Theft
500 block of Philmont Ave, Feasterville
Friday, Nov. 25, 2011
The complainant reported that a theft occurred between noon and 4 p.m. He stated that an unknown actor stole a tailgate, which belonged to a Voyager SE van, that was laying against a well faucet in the front yard. The tailgate is grey, there is a South Carolina Gamecocks sticker on it and the glass is missing. The complainant stated that the tailgate had been laying out in his front yard for about one year.

Suspicious Auto
Poquessing Way, Feasterville
Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011
A complainant reported a vehicle just approached an 11-year-old girl and told her to get into the car. The vehicle was initially described as a red mini van with a male driver with no passengers and was last seen toward Street Road. The area was checked with negative results and Philadelphia and Bensalem were advised of the situation.

Motor Vehicle Theft
2600 block of W. Maple Ave, Langhorne
Monday, Nov. 28, 2011
Joe Venuto of Venuto's Landscaping reported that his truck and attached landscaping trailer loaded with equipment were stolen from the front of his business. The truck and trailer were last seen Sunday, Nov. 27 at 5 p.m. The total loss is about $86,769.

For questions about this blotter, email nicole.jenet@patch.com.

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