Downingtown Theft (Dec. 19) Sometime between Dec. 19, 2007 and Jan. 4, 2008 a General Electric stackable washer/dryer combo was removed from residence under construction in the 300 block of Jefferson Ave. Value of the items is $1,299.Harassment (Jan. 22) Two female students, 14 and 16, will be charged with Harassment. The students engaged in an altercation while attending classes at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave.

Weapon Possession (Jan. 23) While attending classes at Downingtown Middle School, 115 Rock Raymond Road, Caln Twp. a male student, 13, did possess a 6-inch folding knife. The student produced the knife while in the company of other students. The student will be charged with Possession of Weapon on School Property.

Outstanding Warrants (Jan. 24) Pierce T. Miller, 41, of Coatesville was taken into custody for outstanding warrants and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Contact was made with Miller at a residence in the 300 block of Mary Street. While talking with Miller, he was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia.

Simple Assault (Jan. 24)

A male student, 13, engaged in a physical altercation with another student at the Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave. The student will be charged with Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct and Harassment.

Bad Checks (Jan. 24)

Gloria Meeks, 54, of Downingtown did issue a check in the amount of $445.31 to BJ's Wholesale, Brandywine Square Shopping Center, East Caln Twp. for items purchased on Dec. 26, 2007. The check was returned to BJ's from the bank advising the payment has been stopped. Meeks will be charged with Bad Checks and Theft by Unlawful Taking.

Outstanding Warrants (Jan. 25)

Harry Carlisle, 44, of Downingtown was taken into custody for outstanding warrants and charged with Public Drunkenness and Disorderly Conduct. Also taken into custody for outstanding warrants and charged with Disorderly Conduct was Patricia C Johnson, 40, of Downingtown. Carlisle and Johnson did engage in a domestic dispute in public while in front of 101 West Lancaster Ave. Upon making contact with Carlisle he was visibly intoxicated. While speaking with both subjects it was learned there were outstanding warrants for both. This occurred at 11:15 p.m.

Theft (Jan. 25)

Between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. a Tom-Tom GPS was removed from a vehicle parked in the area of 500 Campbell Circle. The actor(s) gained entry to the vehicle by breaking the driver's side window.

Theft (Jan. 26)

The owner of Lou Beverage, 602 East Lancaster Ave., reported a soda machine in the front of the building being broken into. The actors removed approximately $50 in coin and currency.

Simple Assault (Jan. 26)

Tavon M. Bryant, 21, of Downingtown was arrested for Simple Assault, Terroristic Threats and Disorderly Conduct. Bryant did engage in a physical domestic while at his residence in the 100 block of East Church Street.

DUI (Jan. 26)

Shane Colburn, 23, of Downingtown was arrested for DUI. A report of an accident at Hunt Ave. and Lime Alley was received at 2:26 a.m. Colburn was identified as the operator of a vehicle that struck a parked vehicle. Colburn was visibly intoxicated.

DUI (Jan. 26)

Robert Irwine, 38, of Coatesville was arrested for DUI and traffic violations. While in the 300 block of Manor Ave. a vehicle was observed to swerve between travel lanes. Contact was made with the operator, identified as Irwine. While speaking with Irwine a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 27)

A report of juveniles throwing snowballs at vehicles and shouting obscenities in the unit block of Green Street was received. The group of juveniles was located, a male, 11, will be charged with Disorderly Conduct. This occurred at 12:59 p.m.

DUI (Jan. 27)

Nicholas A. Thomas, 28, of Coatesville was charged with DUI, Possession of Controlled Substance and traffic violations. Thomas was identified as the operator of a vehicle during a traffic stop conducted in the 200 block of East Lancaster Ave. While speaking with Thomas a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was on his person.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 28)

The owner of the Exxon Station, 299 West Uwchlan Ave., East Caln Twp. reported the phone lines outside of the building being cut overnight.

Outstanding Warrants (Jan. 28)

Joshua W. Smith, 32, of Downingtown was taken into custody for outstanding warrants. Contact was made with Smith during a traffic stop at 31 West Lancaster Ave.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 28)

While in the holding cell at District Court 15-2-06, 441 Boot Road, East Caln Twp. awaiting a hearing Brandi L. Collins, 19, of Exton damaged a bench by carving wording into it. Collins will be charged with Institutional Vandalism.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 29)

Derek K. Brown, 43, of Downingtown was cited for Disorderly Conduct and traffic violations. Contact was made with Brown during a traffic stop in the unit block of West Lancaster Ave. While speaking with Brown a small amount of drugs was located in the vehicle.

Burglary (Jan. 30)

An unknown person(s) did attempt to enter a garage in the rear of a residence in the 100 block of Viaduct Ave.

Coatesville

Possession of Controlled Substance (Feb. 1)

James Earl Bowman, of Coatesville, was arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance, Drugs, Device or Cosmetic, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, police said. Bowman was taken into custody for an active bench warrant. A search found two small black zip-lock baggies containing cocaine.

Possession of Controlled Substance (Feb. 1)

Marisol Orihuela, of Coatesville, was arrested for The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act, Disorderly Conduct, and False Identification to Law Enforcement Authorities, police said. After a traffic stop, Orihuela identified herself as Marisol Crespo and police found small baggies with cocaine in them on her.

Possession of Controlled Substance (Feb. 1)

Eunice J. McClain, of Oxford, was arrested for The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act and Disorderly Conduct, police said. McClain was arrested for an active bench warrant. After being taken into custody, McClain told police she had narcotics hidden in her bra.

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