Police Blotter: Pants Stolen While Owner Slept
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:
Rite Aid robbed: Three black women, ages unknown, were seen placing makeup items into their purse at Rite Aid, located at 1315 East Washington Lane.
Theft from private residence: The victim, of the 1100 block of Cliveden Street, awoke to two sets of missing keys and a missing wallet containing $5, their ID and two bank cards.
Unsuccessful break-in: A person cut the screen and tried to force open a window of a house located on the 6600 block of Sprauge Street. The residence provides housing for people with cerebral palsy.
Attempted motorcycle robbery: A black male was caught on tape trying to steal a motorcycle on the 6400 block of Wayne Avenue. The tape revealed that the motorcycle toppled over and the offender was not able to lift it.
iPod Touch missing from assisted living home: an iPod was missing from a drawer at an assisted living home located on the 6400 block of Greene Street.
Numerous feet of plumbing stolen: After being gone a few days, the owner of a 6300 block Sherman Street home came home to find a screen cut, window ajar and several feet of plumbing missing from the basement.
Stolen pants and their contents: An unknown person walked into a home on the 1200 block of East Duval Street and took a pair of pants, while their owner slept on the couch. The man asleep on the couch claims he left the front door open to let a breeze in. The pants, which were sitting on a table while he slept, contained $1,300, a wallet, four credit cards, assorted IDs and keys to a 2012 Cadillac. The car -- which was a loaner from a dealership -- was also stolen.