BurglaryPennsylvania State Police Avondale responded to the report of a burglary that occurred at the residence on the 200 block of Union Square Road in East Nottingham Township, between the hours of 5 p.m. on Nov. 8 and 10 a.m. on Nov. 11. In this crime, unknown actor(s) arrived at the residence and stole several tools, said police. Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police Avondale at 610.268.2022.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
On Nov. 13, at 6:30 a.m., the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale investigated a motor vehicle theft on Wingate Dr. in Lincoln University. Unknown actor(s) stole a black 2005 Ford Freestyle station wagon with gray running boards, during the overnight hours. The vehicle also contained a mobile GPS unit at the time of the theft. Anyone who may have information in reference to this investigation, or has seen this described vehicle, is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale at 610.268.2022.
This one-vehicle crash occurred on Nov. 13 at 1:50 p.m. as a 1996 Toyota Avalon, driven by Seul Kilee, 22, of Terry Hall, was traveling south on Route 10 in Upper Oxford Township. The vehicle was being driven too fast for conditions with tow bald tires on a roadway which was narrow, winding and wet, according to police. The driver, Kilee, was unable to maintain control and struck an embankment with its front fender portion. The driver was reported to have suffered minor injury, and the lap and shoulder safety restraints were in use at the time of the crash, said police.
This crash occurred on Nov. 14 at 4:28 p.m. as Unit 1, a 2000 Toyota 4Runner, driven by a female minor, 17, of Kennett Square, was traveling northbound on Route 896 in New London Township. According to police reports, Unit 2, a 2005 Honda Accord, driven by s female minor, 17, of Lincoln University was also traveling northbound on Route 896, directly behind Unit 1; Unit 1 came upon the intersection of 896 and 796, and was traveling in the right turn lane to go onto 796. Unit 1 stopped at the intersection, where a 'stop except right turns' was located. Unit 2 crashed into the rear of Unit 1, causing disabling front end damage to Unit 2, which had to be towed from the scene. Unit 1 suffered minor rear end damage. Neither drivers, nor the passenger of Unit 1, Carol Slocum, 55, of Kennett Square, were reported injured at the scene-all were reported to be wearing lap and shoulder safety restraints at the time of the incident.
This crash occurred on Nov. 13 at 5:33 p.m. on US Highway Route 1, just north of Forge Road in East Nottingham Township, as a 2007 Ford Escape, driven by a female minor, 17, of Toughkenamon, was traveling south on Route 1 and struck a deer in the roadway, said police. The driver was not reported to be injured.
Police responded to a reported burglary that occurred on Nov. 14, between the hours of 12:01 and 1 a.m., on Township Road in Lower Oxford Township. According to reports, Frank Moroney, Inc. Plumbing and Air Conditioning was the victim of a burglary. Pennsylvania State Police are investigating this incident and ask anyone with information to call 610.268.2022.
According to reports, the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale arrested Derek Stem, 18, of Lincoln University, on Nov. 10, for various traffic and criminal charges after his vehicle was observed traveling at a high rate of speed. A traffic stop, on Route 1 in London Grove Township, was initiated and it was determined that Stem was driving under the influence. While conducting their initial investigation, troopers located marijuana and various pieces of drug paraphernalia, said police. Two juvenile males were also associated with this crime, but their names are withheld. Charges are pending through district court 15-4-04.