WEST WHITELAND—A Phoenixville man was arrested after he sent nude photos to a co-worker, police said.

Isiah Pope, 33, of Phoenixville was arrested by West Whiteland police after he allegedly sent unsolicited nude photos to a co-worker. The charges were filed after an officer responded to the Exton Square Mall on Nov. 20, for a report. The officer made contact with an employee who alleged that another employee had sent unsolicited pictures of his genitals to her.

The employee also told police that Pope exposed himself at the mall on a different occasions. Pope was charged by criminal summons with indecent exposure and harassment.

Police reports from across the region:

West Whiteland

Theft

Oscar Livingston, 24, of Newark, Delaware, was charged with Burglary, Theft by Unlawful Taking, Receiving Stolen Property and Criminal Trespass. The charges were filed after an investigation into burglaries at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza and Capriotti’s restaurant on Oct. 22, 2018. Livingston was identified as one of the alleged actors in the crimes. An arrest warrant was issued and a detainer was lodged against Livingston who was being held at Montgomery County Prison on unrelated charges.

Access device fraud

Jabree Johnson, 22, of Upper Darby, and Lacy Johnson, 34, of Philadelphia, were charged with Access Device Fraud, Receiving Stolen Property, Theft by Unlawful Taking and Theft by Deception. The charges were filed after a Nov. 1, 2018 investigation at the Boscov’s store. It was alleged that the two subjects opened a credit account in another person’s name and purchased $1,554 worth of merchandise. An arrest warrant was issued for Jabree Johnson. A detainer was lodged against Lacy Johnson who was being held at Bucks County Prison on unrelated charges.

Access device fraud

Lexus Whitaker, 25, and Anthony Waters, 32, both of Philadelphia, were charged with Access Device Fraud, Theft by Unlawful Taking, receiving Stolen Property, Identity Theft and Theft by Deception. The charges were filed after an alleged theft of a wallet from a customer at Panera Bread on Nov. 2, 2018. The alleged stolen credit cards were used at two local store stores to make $1,819 in purchases. Whitaker and Waters were identified at the alleged suspects. An arrest warrant was issued for both subjects. Their whereabouts are unknown.

Criminal mischief

Jeremiah Mejias, 31, of West Chester was charged with Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Conduct. The charges were filed after an incident that occurred at a business in the 300 block of W. Boot Road on Nov. 2, 2018. It was alleged that Mejias became disruptive with employees at the business and caused $846 in damage to a vehicle on the property. Mejjas was charged by criminal summons.

DUI

Joseph Dickerson, 56, of West Chester, was charged with DUI on Nov. 16, 2018. The charge was filed after Dickerson allegedly called 911 to report a stolen vehicle. Officers arrived at his residence on Hollow Run Lane and found Dickerson in the driver’s seat of the vehicle he had reportedly stolen. Dickerson allegedly smelled of alcohol. Dickerson allegedly failed field sobriety tests. He was arrested and released on a criminal summons.

DUI

Edward Min, 41, of Newton Square, was charged with DUI and traffic offenses on November 17, 2018. The charge was filed after a patrol officer allegedly observed Min stopped at a green traffic light on Pottstown Pike. The officer made contact with Min who allegedly appeared disoriented. Min was transported by ambulance to Chester Hospital for evaluation. A search warrant was executed on Min’s medical records on Nov. 18, 2018. The records allegedly indicated that Min had phencyclidine (PCP) and cocaine in his system at the time of the incident. Min was charged by criminal summons.

Retail theft

Tevon Robinson, 23, of South Floral Park, New York, was charged with Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property on Nov. 19, 2018. The charge was filed after officers responded to the Kohl’s store for an alleged $1,950 theft. Robinson was arraigned by Judge John Bailey and released on an unsecured $7,500 bail.

Retail theft

Vijaya Tammara, 59, of Exton, was charged with Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property. The charge was filed after officers responded to the Target store for an alleged $325 theft. Tammara was processed and released on a criminal summons.

DUI

Richard Taraschi, 30, of Downingtown, was charged with DUI, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and possession of drug paraphernalia on Nov. 20, 2018. The charges were filed after officers responded to the intersection of E. Lincoln Highway and N. Pottstown Pike for a report of a subject of a subject slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle while stopped in traffic. Officers made contact with Taraschi who was the alleged operator the vehicle. Taraschi was allegedly unresponsive when an officer arrived. He was removed from the vehicle and alleged drug paraphernalia was recovered. Taraschi was transported to Chester County Hospital for evaluation. He was charged by criminal summons.

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