Public Drunkenness - On Saturday, August 18, at approximately 2:18 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the area of Cavendish and Hampstead Dr. for a disturbance. Dispatch relayed that a white male is his 50s wearing a bathing suit and towel was attempting to fight residents at the pool. Upon arrival at the original incident, witnesses told officers that Dave Fullerton had been at the pool trying to fight. He then left and when to his residence in the 70 block of Hampstead Drive in the Ambler section of the township. Officers were then dispatched to the same area again at 3:35 p.m. for another disturbance. After making contact with Fullerton, and while speaking with him, officer detected a heavy odor of alcoholic beverage, an unsteady gait (having to brace himself on furniture while walking in his home), red watery eyes, and seemed confused. Fullerton agreed that he would remain in his residence for the remainder of the evening. Fullerton will be charged with Public Drunkenness.
Vehicle Accident - On Friday, August 17, at approximately 3:55 a.m., an officer approached a vehicle and it was quite apparent that it recently had been involved in a vehicle accident. The officer made contact with the driver and the lone occupant of the vehicle who was identified as Alexis Javardian of Huntingdon Valley. The officer asked Javardian what happened, and she stated that she was looking at her phone when she went off the road, and struck her passenger side mirror. Based on her answer, the officer believed that Javardian was not aware of the extent of the damage that was cause to her vehicle. The officer noticed that the driver's eyes were blood shot, and she displayed lethargic demeanor. When Javardian exited the vehicle, the officer noticed a strong smell of alcoholic beverage coming from her person. Javardian agreed to a PBT, which register .136% BAC on the device. Javardian was placed into custody of DUI and transported to Holy Redeemer Hospital for a chemical blood test. Charges are pending lab results.
Identity Theft - On Saturday, August 18, at approximately 5:07 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Upper Dublin Police Headquarters for a walk in report of identity theft. The officer met with the victim who stated he had recently received a call gtom a collections agency who stated they were calling to collect on two different account. He stated he did not open either account: a T-Mobile account opened in 2005 and a Finger Hut account in Warrington opened in 2000. He further stated that the T-Mobile account had been opened by an individual who used an address in Philadelphia. He did not know the names of any individuals who opened these accounts.
Noise Complaint - On Thursday, August 16, at 2:44 a.m., an officer was dispatched to Somerset House Condominiums, 120 Bethlehem Pike, in the Fort Washington section of the Township, for a noise complaint. There were multiple people in the pool, including Christopher Brusch, of that address. The group told officers they were done swimming for the night and were headed back to Brusch's apartment for the rest of the evening.
Accident - On Sunday, August 19, at 12:56 a.m., an officer was dispatched to the 700 block of Bell Lane in Maple glen for a report of a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, officers observed a Blue Chevrolet Trailblazer stopped in the westbound lanes of Bell Lane. The Trailblazer had heavy, disabling front end damage and the driver's airbag had deployed. The key was in the ignition and there was steam eminating from the radiator on the front of the Trailblazer.
The officers also observed a beige Chevrolet Tahoe facing eastbound on Bell Lane along the curb. The Tahoe had heavy, disabling front end damage.
It was determined through investigation that the motor vehicle crash occurred in front of the 700 block of Bell Lane and that the Tahoe was parked and unoccupied at the time of the crash. Based upon behavior factors, officers did not feel that Timothy Kelly, of Maple Glen and driver of the Trailblazer, was capable of safely operating a motor vehicle. Kelly was place under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance and a criminal complaint was filed against him with the following violations: DUI-General Impairment, DUI-Highest Rate of Alcohol, and Careless Driving.
Burglary - On Sunday, August 19, at 7:50 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the 400 block of Ellerslie Ave. in Ambler for a report of a Burglary just discovered. At that location an officer met with the victim who reported that they left their home Saturday, August 18 at 7 p.m., and she closed her door prior to leaving. When she returned home at 10:30 p.m. on Aug. 18, she discovered that her door was ajar and a jewelry box and a few misc. items were missing from her bedroom. The front door to the house was locked when she left. Officers did not observe any forced entry into the house.
Burglary - On Aug. 20, at approximately 10:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 600 block of Susquehanna Rd. in Ambler for a founded burglary. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victims who said they had left their residence at approximately 11 a.m. on Aug. 20 and returned at approximately 10:30 p.m. on the same day. The victims said then they arrived home, they noticed the rear door was open. THe victims were suspicious as this door is always closed and locked. The victims checked the residence ad found the first floor bathroom window glass broken and the window unlocked. The victims found several items had been stolen.
After speaking with the victims, the officer checked the residence and it appears that entry was made through the first floor bathroom window and that the suspect(s) went through the entire residence and exited through the rear door.
Items stolen included credit and debit cards, an iPad, an iPhone and a Chronograph watch, valued at $2,500.
Both victims are citizens of Ireland and their credit cards are issued through the Bank of Ireland. Also the victim's iPhone and iPad are also register in Ireland.