Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Two black females and one black male reportedly committed retail theft from a store in Montgomeryville and fled from police after a traffic stop. The car crashed on Route 309 in Lower Gwynedd, and the suspects allegedly fled the scene before being caught
Three suspects — two who are convicted thieves and one headed to trial on separate theft charges — in Sunday afternoon's retail theft at Olly Shoes at Airport Square in Montgomery Township, and subsequent crash and foot pursuit with police, are in custody and face numerous misdemeanor offenses. Arrested in the incident Sunday afternoon were: Washington and Purnell are charged with the following misdemeanor offenses: Bennett is charged with the following offenses: All three were arraigned before District Judge Scott Palladino in Pottstown on Sunday. All three remain incarcerated at Montgomery County prison. All three face preliminary hearings on Nov. 27 at 10:15 a.m. before District Judge Andrea Duffy in Montgomeryville. According to court …
Monday, October 29, 2012
Claudia Rohrer, 46, stole the items from Rite Aid in Montgomery Township
A Warminster woman is headed to prison on a felony theft conviction after stealing $102 worth of body wash and lotion from a Montgomery Township Rite Aid in August, according to Peg Gibbons of PhillyBurbs. Claudia E. Rohrer, 46, of the first block of Newtown Road, was sentenced to three months to 23 months in Montgomery County prison, according to the article. Rohrer has a history of retail theft convictions, according to the article. The article states the Rohrer was seen running out of Rite Aid with a bag on Aug. 6, which set off the security alarm around 7:45 p.m. Rohrer got into a white van and drove west on Route 63. An Upper Gwynedd police officer stopped Rohrer’s vehicle in North Wales, according to the article.
Monday, October 1, 2012
An Allentown man was added to the list of defendants in 'Operation Hard Target' – a sophisticated theft ring that allegedly defrauded Target stores throughout Pennsylvania of more than $20,000.
Chance Cameron, of Allentown, was the third man arrested for his alleged involvement in a sophisticated theft ring, in which suspects are accused of affixing lower-priced UPC labels to higher-priced products to defraud Target stores and selling the products online for profit, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney's office. Cameron's arrest was announced when one of the other defendants in "Operation Hard Target," Eugene Joseph Romano of Center Valley, Pa., appeared in a Montgomery County court room last week. According to a complaint filed in District Court 38-1-03, Romano 34, and Cameron, 35, have been charged along with Damian Gasdaska of Phillipsburg, NJ, with committing 46 individual retail thefts at Target Stores in …
Monday, May 21, 2012
Police said the man and woman have stolen health and beauty items from Acme on West Main Street at three different dates in May
Towamencin Township Police need your help in identifying two suspects involved in a series of retail thefts from Acme Market, 1150 W. Main Street, Towamencin. Police said the male and female duo have stolen from Acme on three different dates in May 2012. Items stolen include over-the-counter medications, razors and other health and beauty supplies. Losses are estimated at more than $500, police said. If you recognize the suspects, or know of any information related to the thefts, call Towamencin Police at (215) 368-7606. Callers can remain anonymous.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Towamencin Police searching for man who committed the theft at Acme on Dec. 8
Towamencin Township Police are searching for a man who stole $400 worth of items from the Acme Supermarket at 1150 W. Main St. in Towamencin on Dec. 8 at 6:03 p.m. Police said the man stole multiple cans of baby formula and other grocery items. Contact Towamencin Police Criminal Investigations at (215) 368-7606 with any information on the suspect.