Hit and Run - On Tuesday, June 12, at approximately 11:55 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Meetinghouse Road and Anna Marie Cir. for the report for a vehicle that was struck. Upon arrival, the officer was met by the reporting party, who advised that was at his residence on Anna Marie Cir. For the evening and his car was parked near the intersection of Anna Marie and Meetinghouse Rd. His black Honda CR-V sustained a large dent to the lower portion of the driver’s door. There was no paint transfer and it was unknown when the incident had occurred.
Hit and Run - On Tuesday, June 12, at approximately 9:26 a.m., an officer was dispatched for a report of a hit and run accident which had already occurred. The Upper Moreland Police Department was initially dispatched for the call, however, during the investigation, it was determined that the accident had occurred in Upper Dublin Township. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the victim, who said she was driving east on Welsh Rd. She was in the left hand lane of Welsh Rd. just past Computer Avenue when a blue four door Ford sedan traveling next to her vehicle in the right lane crossed over into the left lane, colliding with her vehicle. The victim blew her horn, however, the driver, described as a black female in her 40s with glasses, looked back at the victim and kept driving.
DUI - On Saturday, June 9, at about 1:48 a.m., an officer on patrol observed a while Chevy Equinox come to a stop for a red light for the west bound lanes of Susquehanna Rd. and S Limekiln Pike. The vehicle, after a moment stopped, proceeded through the still solid red light, to travel west bound on Susquehanna Rd. The officer initiated a vehicle stop and could see that the driver, identified as Joseph Webb, of Warrington, had very bloodshot and glassy eyes and had a very strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from his mouth and the vehicle. Webb submitted to a PBT, with a BAC of .225. The officer arrested the driver for suspicion of DUI and was transported to the Willow Grove Fast Track DUI Processing Center.
Hit and Run - On Saturday, June 9, at 5:29 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the area of Loch Alsh Ave and Bethlehem Pike for a report of a hit and run. The officer located the victim, with his vehicle in a parking space in front of Sunny’s Seafood and Produce in the Ambler section of the Township.
The victim reported that he had parked his vehicle, a black 2010 Lexus, in front of Sunny’s Seafood, whle he was inside the 5 Star Nails Salon at 1121 Bethlehem Pike. He was in the nail salon for approximately 30 minutes before he returned to his vehicle. When he returned, he found damage to the passenger side of the front bumper. He did not know who caused the damage to the vehicle, but a worker at Sunny’s Seafood believed she saw a white Honda SUV parked next to his vehicle.
Identity Theft - A resident of Fort Washington called the Upper Dublin Police Department on June 14 requesting to make an appointment to make a report, stating he was the victim of identity theft. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the victim, who said $5,100 had been taken from his checking account yesterday by an unknown person.
The victim had received a phone call from the bank, from a case handler, who stated that $5,100 had been withdrawn from the victim’s checking account at a bank center in Center Line, Michigan. On June 14, the same person at the same Michigan branch tried to withdraw more money, but was thwarted by a bank clerk who quested the actor about other bank information regarding this account.
For identification, the unknown person used a PA Drivers Licenses issued to the victim, a VISA credit card with the victims name on it, and the last four digits of the victims social security number.
The incident is currently under investigation.