Crime Log: June 20 - June 29


This week's crimes include four thefts and two frauds




Arrests from theft:

June 23, 2014: A 31-year-old unaffiliated male was arrested around 4:00 p.m. in connection with a retail theft at Urban Outfitters on 110 S. 36th St.

June 24, 2014: A 47-year-old unaffiliated male was arrested around 10:15 a.m. in connection with a theft on the 4000 block of Baltimore Avenue under the category “Theft All Other”.

June 25, 2014: A 30-year-old unaffiliated female was arrested around 2:45 p.m. in connection with a building theft at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine on 3400 Civic Center Blvd.

June 26, 2014: A 46-year-old unaffiliated male was arrested around 2:15 p.m. in connection with a theft on the 4000 block of Pine Street under the category “Theft All Other”.

Fraud:

June 24, 2014: A 21-year-old affiliated male reported around 2:30 p.m. that an unknown person opened a credit card in his name.

June 24, 2014: A 28-year-old unaffiliated female was arrested around 2:45 p.m. at the TD Bank on 3735 Walnut St. for attempting to cash a fraudulent check.

Vandalism:

June 22, 2014: An unaffiliated female complainant reported around 8:00 p.m. that graffiti had been spray-painted on the rear garage door of the Ronald McDonald House on 3925 Chestnut St.

Harassment:

June 21, 2014: A 28-year-old unaffiliated complainant reported receiving multiple harassing phone calls at 5:00 p.m. at American Apparel on 3661 Walnut St. even after telling the caller to stop.

Other offense:

June 21, 2014: Multiple suspects were cited for trespass at 11:15 p.m. after entering a building without permission on the 400 block of 40th Street. An unaffiliated 19-year-old male, two affiliated 18-year-old males, and four affiliated 19-year-old males were issued citations.

Theft:

Bike thefts: 4

Retail theft: 1

Theft from vehicle: 1

Theft from building: 11

Theft all other: 4


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