Incident Blotter May 1-7

On May 2nd at 0615 hrs, Officer Engelman located an unresponsive person in a vehicle on N Greenhill.  Officer Engelman immediately observed what he recognized as a bag of heroin in the car.  The heroin was recovered, and the driver, a 25-year-old male from Broomall, was released pending charges.

On Sunday, May 3rd, at 10:17 AM, officers responded to the area of the Dunkin Donuts at West Chester Pike and Berkley Rd to check on a suspicious person.  Officers made contact with the suspicious person, a 32-year-old male from Philadelphia.  A local resident informed the Officers that the male was just observed on video going through a vehicle in the resident's driveway.  The offender wasn't able to produce a valid reason for being on the resident's property or inside of the vehicle and was subsequently charged accordingly.
On Sunday, May 3rd, at 7:43 PM, officers responded to the area of 43 N. New Ardmore Ave. for multiple reports of an intoxicated person. Officers DeSimone and Lerro arrived in the area and observed the man, 31 years old, from Broomall, stumbling in the street. Officers determined that the man was under the influence of drugs and possessed two packets of heroin/fentanyl.  Due to his level of intoxication, an ambulance was called.  Charges were filed via summons.

Residents of Marple and the surrounding region have gotten calls recently about an email that demands Bitcoin ransom in order to keep sexually explicit videos from being sent to all the contacts in a person's email and social media accounts. The email sometimes even contains password information similar to the victim's actual password.  The emails are fake, and people should not send any money.  In most cases, it is enough to ignore the email and change your password.  Remember never to open any links that you are not familiar with.  If you have lost money in a scam, call 911 to report the incident.