Upper Dublin Police Reports: Two Hit and Runs, DUI

Police incident reports from Upper Dublin Police Department.

Hit and Run - On Thursday, Sept. 27, at approximately 5:50 p.m., an officer was dispatched to a hit and run in progress in the area of Fitwatertown Rd. and Anzac Ave. The caller stated that he was struck by a red Honda being operated by a black male wearing dark colored clothing. He was hit hard enough to damage the vehicle beyond drivability and a to also cause a slight injury to the reporting driver. Witnesses described the vehicle the same. The vehicle was last seen heading on Susquehanna Road, eastbound towards Abington Township. The striking vehicle should have damage to the front bumper on the driver's side.

Hit and Run - On Sept. 27, at approximately 11:24 a.m., an officer was dispatched to Prudential, 2101 Welsh Rd., for a hit and run report. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the reporting party who stated that they had parked the blue 2005 Toyota in the S3 lot around 9:15 a.m. When the victim returned to the vehicle around 11 a.m., they notices that an unknown vehicle had struck the rear bumper. A check of the vehicle's around the victim's car was made but the complainant could not find the striking vehicle. The spot next to the victim's was empty at 9:15 a.m.

Theft - On Wednesday, Sept. 26, at approximately 9:38 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the 800 block of Avenue J, Glenside, for a report of a stolen Pennsylvania Vehicle Registration. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the reporting party, who stated, that they PA Vehicle Tag, which was assigned to a silver 4-door Mitsubihi was stolen from an unknown location outside Upper Dublin Township. Unable to determine the location where it was stolen from, the victim sought to report the matter to UDPD. The victim did state that the vehicle was in a few different locations while being repaired. The PA Registration was entered in the NCIC.

Theft from a Vehicle - An officer was dispatched to LA Fitness on Virginia Drive on Sept. 25 at approximately 2:25 p.m., for a report of an attempted break in of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer was met by the owner of a Ford pick up truck, who stated the vehicle had been parked in the lot of PA Fitness. At approximately 1 p.m., the victim returned to the vehicle and found damage to the driver's side door cylinder. The victim had been away from the vehicle when this occurred the victim then called UDPD for a report.

Identity Theft - On Tuesday, Sept. 25, at approximately 7:27 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the Upper Dublin Police Headquarters for a walk in report of identity theft. Upon arrival, the officer met with the victim, who stated that she had gone to her bank today to make a transaction and was informed that they had under $10 left in her account. The victim then searched her bag and discovered that the ATM Debit Card was missing and has no idea when these items went missing. The victim notified the bank and they put a hold on the account and stopped the card. The victim has paperwork showing two transactions not made by the victim, both made in Philadelphia on Sept. 24.

DUI - On Wednesday, Sept. 26, at approximately 11:49 p.m., an officer was driving south on Twining Rd. behind a white GMC Envoy with Massachusetts registration, in the area of Twining Valley Golf Course. The officer observed erratic driving actions from the driver of the GMC Envoy as follows: failed to maintain a constant speed, suddenly braking and then speeding up several times. The vehicle also swerved within its lane four times between the center and fog lines, almost running off the road prior  to Susquehanna Road. The officer initiated a traffic stop. Apparent was a strong odor of alcoholic beverages coming from the vehicle and the officer observed the driver's blood shot eyes. The officer also observed that her registration was currently under suspension. The officer ran a search of Pamela Bonnet, of the 1000 block of Fitwatertown Rd. in Roslyn, and received a Massachusetts driver's license number which was also showing suspended. THe officer attempted to obtain a PBT reading by Bonnet refused. At 12:07 a.m., the officer place Bonnet under arrest for driving under the influence, and transported her to Upper Moreland Police Dept. for an observation period. After a 20 minute observation period, Bonnet performed a breath test and the blood alcohol concentration was 0.277% at 12:47 a.m. UDPD arrested Bonnet.


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