DowningtownPublic Drunkenness (Jan. 11)

Jennifer E. Pfohl, 47, of Downingtown was cited for Public Drunkenness. Contact was made with Pfohl at Victory Brewing Company, 420 Acorn Lane. While speaking with Pfohl a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. This occurred at 10:11 p.m.

DUI (Jan. 12)

Joseph M. Boardman, 39, of Downingtown was arrested for DUI and traffic violations. At 1:09 a.m. officers responded to an accident at East Lancaster and Wallace Aves. Upon arrival Boardman was located in the driver's seat of a vehicle that had jumped the curb, striking two street signs, public trash can, street light and a traffic control box. Contact was made with the driver of the vehicle, identified as Boardman. While speaking with Boardman a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. During the accident investigation officers discovered Boardman struck the curb, a large pole and street light in front of 4 W. Lancaster Ave. just before the disabling accident at E. Lancaster and Wallace Aves.

Burglary (Jan. 12)

A burglar alarm was activated at the Exxon station, 299 W. Uwchlan Ave. East Caln Twp. at 5:22 a.m. Upon arrival officers observed the glass front door to the business was broken out. Actors gained entry to the business through the door and removed the cash register drawer. No suspects at this time.

Vehicle Theft (Jan. 12)

A Miller's Automotive tow truck was taken from the parking lot of Wawa Market, 100 Wallace Ave. and later recovered on E. Pennsylvania Ave. in the area of Kerr Park. The actor(s) did remove $92 in cash and a Garmin GPS unit valued at $300.

Robbery (Jan. 13)

Donald Wilkerson, 45, of Downingtown was arrested for Robbery, Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, Simple Assault, Terroristic Threats and Flight to Avoid Apprehension. At 8:46 p.m. a report of a robbery in the area of Court Drive was received. Upon arrival the victim advised he was walking in the area of Court Drive when a black male approached him, knocked him to the ground and proceeded to remove money from his pants pocket then fled the area in a vehicle. The victim did advise he had seen the actor just before the robbery in the 800 block of W. Lancaster Ave. With the description given to officers by the victim Wilkerson was identified as the actor.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 13)

While parked in the 100 block of Bradford Ave. an unknown person(s) did throw eggs at a vehicle, striking it several times.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 14)

A traffic stop was conducted in the 700 block of E. Lancaster Ave. While speaking with the operator of the vehicle, identified as John Barnes, III, 18, of Downingtown the odor of burnt marijuana was detected coming from the interior of the vehicle. Barnes and a male passenger, 17, will be cited for Disorderly Conduct. The stop occurred at 10:32 p.m.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 14)

An unknown person(s) did throw a rock at a vehicle, breaking the window. The vehicle was parked in the 300 block of Jefferson Ave.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 14)

Sometime between Jan. 11 and Jan. 14 an unknown person(s) removed a sign from Tripoint Properties, 150 E. Pennsylvania Ave.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 15)

A resident in the 300 block of North Woodmont Drive reported two windows of the residence broken along with two outside lights.

This occurred sometime overnight.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 14)

Graffiti was discovered on a building at Kerr Park, 51 E. Pennasylvania Ave.

Retail Theft (Jan. 14)

David P. Hilton, 28, of Coatesville was charged with Retail Theft. Hilton did enter Wegman's Market, Brandywine Square Shopping Center, East Caln Twp. and place two bags of frozen jumbo shrimp in the liner of his jacket and exited the market without paying for the items. Hilton was approached by Wegman's employees. The value of the shrimp is $83.90.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 14)

A homeowner in the 200 block of Prospect Ave. reported damage to an outside light.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 16)

Robert S. Glickman, 69, of Downingtown will be cited for Criminal Mischief. Glickman did intentionally cause damage to a vehicle that was parked at Regal Theater, Brandywine Square Shopping Center, East Caln Twp.

Harassment (Jan. 16)

A student at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave. did physically assault another student. The female student, 15, will be charged with Harassment.

Robbery (Jan. 17)

Arrest warrants have been issued for Omar Badawi, 20, of Downingtown and Anthony Moore, 20, also of Downingtown for Robbery, Receiving Stolen Property, Theft, Simple Assault, Harassment and Disorderly Conduct. Badawi and Moore did physically assault two subjects in the area of W. Pennsylvania and Whelen Aves. Before fleeing the scene the actors did take a set of vehicle keys, a New York Yankee's jacket and a Nextel Blackberry cell phone. The assault occurred at 12:15 p.m.

Theft (Jan. 17)

Two 10 inch JL Audio Subs and a JL Amp were removed from a vehicle overnight while parked in the unit block of Norwood House Road. Value of the stolen items is $350.

Theft (Jan. 17)

A report of a theft from a vehicle overnight was received from a resident of Ramblewood Mobile Home Park, 270 West Uwchlan Ave. East Caln Twp. Taken from the vehicle was police duty belt, handcuffs with case, pants, flashlight, key holder and knife. Value of the items taken is $300.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 18)

A homeowner in the 200 block of Highland Ave. reported a snowball being thrown at the residence and breaking an exterior storm glass window. Also found were three small holes in a window caused by a pellet BB.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 18)

John L. Elinsky, III, 25, of West Chester was arrested for Disorderly Conduct. During a traffic stop at 251 Norwood Road Elinsky did produce a small amount of marijuana that was on his person.

Theft (Jan. 19)

Between Jan. 12 and Jan. 19 an unknown person(s) did remove money from two soda machines located outside of Lou Beverage, 602 E. Lancaster Ave.

Harassment (Jan, 19)

Cynthia Chrupcala, 45, of West Chester will be charged with Harassment after engaging in a physical altercation with another subject while in the area of Verizon Wireless, Brandywine Square Shopping Center, East Caln Twp.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 21)

While in the area of Chestnut Street and Garfield Ave. at 7 p.m. an unknown person(s) did throw a rock at a vehicle, causing a dent in the roof.

Criminal Mischief (Jan. 22)

A resident of the 400 block of Highland Ave. reported having tangerines thrown at the residence. Two male juveniles, 13 and 14, will be charged with criminal mischief.

Harassment (Jan. 22)

While at Wawa Market, 1083 E. Lancaster Ave., East Caln Twp. a female juvenile, 16, did continue to harass the victim after being advised to have no contact with them.

Burglary (Jan. 22)

Sometime overnight an unknown person(s) attempted to break the front glass door of Anthony's Grill, 132 Wallace Ave. Entry was gained to Donnolo's Florist, 130 Wallace Ave. by breaking the front glass door. Once inside the building the actor(s) did remove $100 from a cash register.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 22)

While attending classes at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave. two students, 12, did engage in a physical altercation. The students will be charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Coatesville

Possession of Controlled Substance (Jan. 19)

Lawrence Edward Lewis, of Coatesville, was arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance, Drugs, Device or Cosmetic Act, police said. Police observed Lewis on N. 7th Avenue at approximately 1:45 a.m., and took Lewis into custody for an active bench warrant. While taking Lewis into custody, police witnessed him discard of a plastic container which had the presence of cocaine.

Possession of Controlled Substance (Jan. 24)

Michael Rydell Johnson was arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance, Drugs, Device or Cosmetic Act, police said. Police were called to the 200 block of Lumber Street for a theft complaint. As a result of the investigation, police came in contact with Johnson, who was found hiding behind a trash can. On the ground next to Johnson was a small zipper bag containing drug paraphernalia, as well as three small ziplock bags that contained cocaine.

State Police

Megan's Law Violations

Harvey Nathanial Bryant, 38, of Honeybrook, and Mark Allen Stevens, 44, of Downingtown, were arrested for Failure to Comply with Registration of Sexual Offenders Requirements, police said. Bryant and Stevens failed to comply with registration requirements address verifications under Megan's Law. Both are currently incarcerated at the Chester County Prison.

Traffic Accident (Jan. 18)

A one-vehicle traffic accident occurred at 5:45 a.m. in Valley Township, as the vehicle driven by Troy L. Bridges, 39, of Parkesburg, was traveling at an unreasonable speed for the conditions on the eastbound Route 30 Bypass, police said. Bridges lost control of his vehicle on the icy roadway and struck a median and a guiderail on the on-ramp to Route 82.

DUI (Jan. 18)

Matthew Varughese, 31, of Downingtown, was arrested for a DUI as the result of a traffic stop for other violations on the Route 30 Bypass at Route 100, police said. Charges were filed in District Court 15-4-03.

DUI (Jan. 20)

Richard Edward Payne, Jr., 22, of Lancaster, was arrested for DUI as the result of a traffic stop on the Route 30 Bypass at Lancaster Avenue, police said. This occurred at 4:06 a.m. Charges were filed in District Court 15-2-06.

Disorderly Conduct (Jan. 22)

Paul MckWilliams, 23, of Coatesville, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct, police said. MckWilliams was pulled over on the Route 30 Bypass at Reeceville Road because of an expired registration sticker. MckWilliams was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia.

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