Police Blotter: $5,000 in Jewelry Taken
The following information was supplied by the Philadelphia Police Department. The arrests or charges mentioned do not indicate a conviction.
Here's 14th Police District news from the past week or two. All of the following allegations have been documented according to information provided by police:
Hammock taken: Police said a hammock was taken from a yard on the 100 block of East Mt. Pleasant Avenue June 12.
Granddaughter assaulted by grandmother: Police said a grandmother assaulted her granddaughter after complaining to her about her clothing on the unit block of East Pleasant Street June 11.
$700 stolen: A known man stole $700 from a home on the unit block of East Meehan Street June 11, according to police.
Credit cards taken: A woman told police she was sitting on the 7100 block of Germantown Avenue June 14 when a person swiped her wallet from her purse.
Urn with ashes stolen: A man told police his ex-girlfriend stole an urn containing his grandmother's ashes from his home on the 100 block of West Washington Lane June 12 after he allowed her to sleep over.
Prescription forged: A doctor at Excel Medical Center on the 7400 block of Stenton Avenue told police a patient forged prescriptions for Oxycodone June 5.
Watches stolen from home: Police said six watches and a necklace were stolen from a home on the 1000 block of West Allens Lane Friday.
Attempt to steal laptops fails: Police said they found damage to a door to a room that held 30 laptops on the New Covenant Church campus June 13 but said nothing was taken.
$5,000 worth of jewelry taken: A woman told police she had contractors working at her home and left the door open for them to use on the 400 block of West Hortter Street June 14; when they left, police said, $5,000 worth of jewelry had gone missing.