Theft from VehicleIn the commission of this crime, unknown actor(s) arrived at the 100 block of Grove

Lane in London Grove Township on April 9, between the hours of 1 a.m. and 4 p.m. and gained entry into the victim's car, a 1993 Plymouth Laser, by smashing the sun roof. The actor(s) then removed the radio and speakers from the vehicle and fled the scene, according to reports. Stolen materials are valued at $250 and damage to the sun roof is estimated at $150. An investigation continues.


According to reports, at approximately 9:25 p.m. on April 11, along Rt. 1 in London Grove Township, Robert Jackson, 45, of West Grove, Pa. became stuck in the median of Rt. 1 north bound. It was determined that the driver was under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for DUI without incident, said police.


In the commission of this crime, unknown actor(s) entered a residence on the 600 block of Spring House Way on April 11, between the hours of 7:30 and 10:19 p.m., by breaking the lock on the back window, said police. Once inside the residence, suspects stole a Sony Playstation III, games, money and jewelry. Suspects also burglarized two other residences within the development, according to reports. Suspects then left the scene in an unknown direction.


A crash occurred on April 11 at 5:00 a.m. along Limestone Road, Chester County Township. According to reports, Operator 1, Donald White, 72, of Parkesburg, Pa., fell asleep and struck PECO Utility Pole 3022 as he failed to negotiate a slight right hand turn in the roadway with his Toyota Sequoia. The vehicle came to its final rest in the northbound lane facing south with fluid leaking from the vehicle. The utility pole wires were resting on the vehicle. When police assessed the scene, White was inside the vehicle waiting until PECO arrived to ensure the wires were safe to remove. Route 10 southbound traffic was detoured for approximately three to six hours until the utility pole could be replaced. White refused treatment at the scene, said police. Pennsylvania State Police Avondale were assisted at the scene by the Cochranville Fire Department and Parkesburg Fire and EMS.


A two-vehicle crash occurred on Baltimore Pike in New garden Township on April 11 at 2:55 a.m. when Unit 1, unknown, was traveling eat on Baltimore Pike approaching a previous crash scene. Unit 2, a 1997 Ford Expedition, driven by Yanet Rodriguez, 20, of Kennett Square, was disabled in the eastbound lane of Baltimore Pike. Unit 1 impacted Unit 2 with its right side and continued to travel fleeing the scene. Unit 2 remained at the point of impact, according to reports. No injuries were reported.

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