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Springfield Township police briefs: Week of Oct. 7

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STOLEN AUTO >> An unlocked beige 2004 Nissan Sentra, PA tag HFC4093, was stolen from the 8100 block of Eastern Avenue, Wyndmoor, overnight Sept. 24 police said.

HARASSMENT >> Edward Stricker, 46, of the unit block of Yorktown Court, Blue Bell, is being cited for harassment following a domestic incident at 10:09 p.m. Sept. 25 in the unit block of Highland Avenue, Flourtown, police said. Police instructed Stricker to stay away from another person involved in the incident and he did not comply, police said.

DRUG CHARGE >> Jason Foley, 28, of Bayville, N.J., was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, false ID to law enforcement and driving with a suspended license, following a car stop at 11:55 p.m. Sept. 25 in the 500 block of Haws Lane, Erdenheim, police said. Foley’s vehicle was stopped for suspicious activity, due to recent thefts from vehicles in the area, police said. During a consented search of the vehicle, a quantity of medication was found for which Foley did not have a prescription, police said. He was arraigned and taken to Montgomery County Prison and later released after posting bail set at $5,000, 10 percent. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 9.

RETAIL THEFT >> A middle-aged black male, with white hair and a white beard, wearing olive green clothing, a black baseball hat, gray pants and white shoes stole two cartons of cigarettes at 12:55 a.m. Sept. 30 from the 7-Eleven, 1003 Willow Grove Ave., Wyndmoor, policed said. The man grabbed the cigarettes and struggled with the clerk, who received scratches on his arm, and then fled on foot, police said. An investigation is continuing.

THEFT >> Ten batteries, each weighing 80 pounds, were taken from Caterpillar equipment at a construction site for a new elementary school at 300 Montgomery Avenue, Erdenheim, overnight Sept. 30, police said.


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