Downingtown Possession of Marijuana (Jan. 31) On Jan. 24 while attending classes at Downingtown West High School a female student, 17, was found to be in possession of marijuana. The student will be charged with possession of marijuana.Theft (Jan. 31) While attending classes at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave., a male student, 15, did remove keys from a teacher's jacket pocket. The juvenile will be charged with Receiving Stolen Property, Theft of Property Lost, Mislaid or Delivered by Mistake and Theft by Unlawful Taking. The theft occurred on 1/22.
Theft (Jan. 31)
Sometime between 9 p.m. Jan. 30 and 7:30 a.m. Jan. 31 an unknown person(s) did enter a vehicle while parked at the 1600 building of Norwood House Apartments and removed numerous tools including saws, sanders and drills. Value of the stolen tools is $3,000.
Criminal Mischief (Jan. 31)
A section of fence used to enclose the yard of Crawford's Auto Center, 302 West Uwchlan Ave., East Caln Twp. was tempered with. It is believed the actor(s) were attempting to gain entrance to the yard.
Public Drunkenness (Feb. 1)
Alonzo D. Shuler, 64, of Philadelphia was arrested for Public Drunkenness. At 8:15 p.m. while in the 100 block of East Lancaster Ave. Shuler was visibly intoxicated staggering along sidewalk.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 2)
Sometime between 6 p.m. Jan. 31 and 2 p.m. Feb. 2 the storage shed for Brandywine Trout and Conservation Club, 122 Wallace Ave. was broken into. A package of work gloves was removed from the shed.
Theft (Feb. 2)
A 2000 Yamaha TTR 90cc dirt bike was removed from the porch of a residence in the 200 block of William Street. This occurred sometime between Jan. 31 and Feb. 2. Value of the dirt bike is $750.
DUI (Feb. 3)
Kenneth B. Stahl, 54, of Downingtown was arrested for DUI and traffic violations. A traffic stop was conducted on Manor Ave. in the area of Rock Raymond Road after the vehicle was observed to be operated in a careless manner and swerving within travel lanes. While speaking with the operator of the vehicle identified as Stahl, his speech was slurred and an odor of an alcoholic beverage could be detected. This occurred at 1:35 a.m.
DUI (Feb. 3)
Kevin H. Denny, 52, of Downingtown was arrested for DUI and traffic violations. Denny was identified as the operator of a vehicle that was observed to be swerving between turning lanes and his lane of travel. An odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected while speaking with Denny. The traffic stop was conducted in the 400 block of Manor Ave. at 11:06 p.m.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 3)
Graffiti was found on the rear wall of the Wine and Spirit Shop, Ashbridge Square Shopping Center, East Caln Twp.
Harassment (Feb. 4)
While attending classes at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave. a male student, 13, did engage in a physical altercation with another student. Harassment charges will be filed against the student.
Stalking (Feb. 5)
Steven P. Lachman, 43, of Downingtown was charged with Stalking, Harassment and Criminal Trespass. While at the Bowling Palace, 977 East Lancaster Ave., East Caln Twp. Lachman did follow and harass another patron.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 5)
On Feb. 2 security cameras located around Downingtown Middle School, 115 Rock Raymond Road, Caln Twp. captured two subjects cut three, four-foot sections of fence/railing from the school loading dock. The two subjects then carried the sections to the dumpster and left the area.
Bad Checks (Feb. 6)
Joseph L. Kolleogy, 45, of Slatington, Pa. will be charged with Bad Checks. Kolleogy did issue a check in the amount of $471.38 for items purchased at The Puppy Boutique, 135 West Lancaster Ave. The check was issued from a closed account.
Possession of Marijuana (Feb. 6)
Craig D. Laird, 19, of Downingtown was charged with Possession of Marijuana. Contact was made with laird while in the 200 block of Stuart Ave. While speaking with Laird he did admit to being in possession of marijuana.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 6)
An unknown person(s) did throw a concrete rock at a vehicle, breaking the driver's side window. The vehicle was parked on Harvey Circle.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 6)
While in the 200 block of West Lancaster Ave. an unknown person(s) did throw eggs at a vehicle striking it. This occurred at 8 p.m.
Outstanding Warrants (Feb. 7)
Jalanna Young, 25, of Coatesville was taken into custody for outstanding warrants. Contact was made with Young during a traffic stop in the 400 block of Prospect Ave.
Possession of Marijuana (Feb. 7)
A male student, 16, did appear to be under the influence of drugs while attending classes at Downingtown Educational Center, 335 Manor Ave. The student was also found to be in possession of marijuana. The student will be charged with the possession.
Theft (Feb. 7)
Several saws and drills were removed from a vehicle overnight that was parked in the 200 block of Winding Way, Woodmont North Apartments, East Caln Twp. Value of the tools is $3,038.
Burglary (Feb. 7)
A homeowner from the unit block of Court Drive reported finding his residence had been burglarized between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. Entry was gained through a basement window. It appears the only thing taken was a gray safe box. No suspects at this time. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Downingtown Police Department.
Criminal Mischief (Feb. 7)
The driver's side rear window of a vehicle was broken by someone throwing a rock at it. This occurred while the vehicle was parked in the area of William Street and Pine Alley.
Brandywine Regional DUI (Feb. 10)
Brandywine Regional Police arrested Robert Prince, 26, of Downingtown for suspicion of driving under the influence. Prince was pulled over in the 1100 block of Horseshoe Pike for careless driving.
State Police Traffic Accident (Feb. 5)
A traffic accident occurred at 5:46 a.m. in West Caln Township, as the vehicle driven by Linda D. Kearns, 32, of Coatesville was traveling east on Telegraph Road approaching Birdell Road when she proceeded through the stop sign without stopping. The vehicle driven by Timothy E. Taggart, 43, of Coatesville was traveling north on Birdell road and had stopped for the stop sign. As Kearns traveled through the intersection, her vehicle struck Taggart's, police said.