Monday, May 13, 2013
Easttown Police seek information about a woman who gestured for children to come over to her van Friday.
Easttown Police Department is investigating a report that a female van driver made two attempts to initiate contact with two young girls in Berwyn Friday afternoon. The incidents occurred around 3:15 p.m., as the children played in the front yard of Sir Speedy, located on Midland Avenue off the 500 block of Lancaster Avenue, according to a police statement: The children ran from the area, and the woman drove off, headed west on Midland Avenue, according to police. The woman is described as 50 to 60 years old with brown-and-gray hair, driving a tan sport utility vehicle, possibly a Chevrolet Blazer. Anyone with information is asked to contact Easttown Police at 610-341-9780.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The 46-year-old Phoenixville man was found on Leopard Road at about 1 a.m. on April 3, according to Easttown police.
The following information has been provided by the Easttown Police Department. Any arrests or charges mentioned do not indicate guilt or a conviction. DUI... Early in the morning of April 3, just before 1 a.m., police observed a 2009 GMC Denali stopped at a stop sign on Leopard Road near Potter Avenue in Berwyn. The driver, a 46-year-old Phoenixville man, was passed out inside with crystal meth and drug paraphernalia in his hands, police said. He was charged with DUI and possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia.
Friday, March 22, 2013
Two Delaware men charged with multiple felonies are believed to have also burglarized several homes in Delaware County, according to police.
Easttown Police say two men who are facing charges for a string of burglaries in Delaware County are also the culprits behind three recent Easttown burglaries. Daniel Robert Eberly, 27, of Claymont, DE, and Gregory George Kramedas, 68, of Wilmington, DE, were caught burglarizing a Marple Township home earlier this month, according to Marple police. Physical evidence found in a vehicle used by the men in that case has been linked to three open burglary investigations in Easttown, according to Easttown Police. On Wednesday, Easttown Police charged the men with multiple felonies, including burglary and receiving stolen property. Marple Newtown Patch reported the circumstances of the duo's arrest earlier this month, which started when a …
Sunday, February 10, 2013
A Patch reader asks whatever happened with the case of a major yard debris litterbug? TE Patch gets answers.
Easttown Police are still searching for whoever dumped yard waste, including big tree branches and stumps, along several major roads in the township back in December. While there have not been any arrests to date, the good news for area drivers, local neighbors and police is that the problem seems to have stopped. There have not been any reports in recent weeks. Police are still searching for the large-scale litterbugs. Someone had been dumping yard clippings and even big chunks of trees and tree stumps on roads in Easttown . The first incidents were reported in early December when big logs and tree stumps as well as sizable tree clippings started showing up in the middle of at least eight roads in the township including Beaumont, …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Students raise an incredible amount of money in just four days to help Easttown P.D. and Berwyn Fire Co.
Students at Beaumont Elementary School saluted and serenaded first responders of the Berwyn Fire Company and Easttown Police Dept. in a special Heroes Assembly Tuesday in the school cafetorium. They also presented each organization with big checks as a "thank you" gift. The students raised over $1000 by collecting change and doing chores and good deeds to earn money in a four day fundraising drive inspired by the national Martin Luther King Day of Service on June 21. A little extra donation from the Beaumont Home and School Association rounded the total up to $1500. On Tuesday the HSA on behalf of the students and school comunity donated $750 each to the Berwyn Fire Company and the Easttown Police Department. The students presented …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Two teenagers are arrested after neighbors call the cops.
Easttown police say two teenagers were arrested after neighbors called the cops in Easttown about items taken from a vehicle. According to police the 16 and 17 year old, whose names are not being released, were spotted in a vehicle in the 100 block of Berkley Road in Devon around 11 p.m. on December 28. According to police the juveniles were spotted in the car and fled on foot. They were located two blocks away and arrested. Police say they are from the area. They now faces charges as juveniles, including underage drinking.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
A 16 year old from Maryland is found and arrested at the Easttown Library
Easttown Police say a 16-year-old Maryland male with family connections to Easttown is facing multiple charges in connection with a one-man crime spree. Police say the teen, whose name is not being released because he is a juvenile, was first observed by a neighbor breaking into a basement window of a home in the 300 block of Berkley Road in Easttown on Monday (Jan 7). The neighbor called police who "swarmed the area" just after 7 a.m.. At 10:30 a.m. police found a car at Johnson Park that was reported missing stolen in Maryland. Police say the suspect in the stolen vehicle case matched the general description of the teen spotted breaking into the home on Berkley Road. According to police, the car was reported stolen by a Maryland woman …
Monday, December 17, 2012
Police are keeping an even closer watch than usual.
Security is taking a higher profile at Tredyffrin Easttown Schools in the aftermath of the elementary school massacre in Connecticut. Public schools were in session as scheduled Monday in T/E. The district issued a special statement over the weekend announcing that counselors and counseling would be made avaialble to interested students. Easttown Police say they will continue to increase their presence at the three elementary schools in the township, including Devon Elementary where an officer in a marked police cruiser was assigned on Monday at lunch time. No serious problems had been reported by the time district schools were letting out on Monday afternoon.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Police are looking for suspects who are leaving a very unsual "calling card" on local roads.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Bob Byrne
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Easttown Police are searching for suspects in a series of debris dumping incidents that are both illegal and dangerous. Someone has been dumping yard clippings and even big chunks of trees and tree stumps on roads in Easttown. The first incidents were reported last Thursday and Friday when big logs and tree stumps as well as sizable tree clippings started showing up in the middle of at least eight roads in the township including Beaumont, Twinbrook, Grubbs Mill and Waterloo. Easttown Police say the yard waste is being strewn in the iddle of the road for up to 15 feet, as if someone is just dumping the stuff off the back of a truck. Police are asking local residents who have had lawn work done on their property recently to give them a call …
Friday morning is the last chance to donate as Easttown police collect for annual Marine Corps effort to help children in financial need.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Bob Byrne
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
FRIDAY MORNING IS THE LAST CHANCE to Be Part of this Great Effort The Easttown Police Association is asking for the public's help to collect as many new, unwrapped toys as possible for this year's Toys for Tots campaign. The Association represents the township's police officers who are hoping to once again have the most successful toy drive among all the police departments in Chester County. Easttown officers have already donated two big boxes of toys and are asking the public to consider donating too. You can drop off a new, unwrapped toy in the downstairs lobby of the Easttown Township Municipal Building until Friday morning. Police Departments all over Chester County are taking part in the Toys for Tots drive which provides new …