Police reports for April 27.
Police reports for April 27:
LICENSE PLATE STOLEN — Harry Benson, Lake Ariel, reported at 10:30 a.m. on April 14 that someone stole the license plate from his 2005 Chrysler sedan. Capt. Joseph Pilcavage filed the report.
WOMAN CITED FOR CONDUCT — Brandy Lumpkin, 32, of 9 Jeffrey St. was cited for disorderly conduct, harassment, defiant trespassing, and criminal mischief after entering the residence of Geraldine Dalrymple, 24, at 63 Wyoming St. without permission at 5 p.m. on April 17, taking her cell phone and throwing it to the ground, and ripping a necklace off her leaving a two-inch mark on Dalrymple’s neck. Officer William Wolfe filed the report.
MAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT, THREATS — David Caccavone, 40, of 3 Garfield Ave. was arrested for burglary, theft, receiving stolen property, and making terroristic threats after stealing a camcorder from the residence of George Farr, 53, of 1 Garfield Ave. at 6:42 a.m. on April 20. When Farr confronted him about it, he stated that Caccavone made a neck-slicing gesture and told Farr that he was going to be “dead.” Officer Jeffrey Arthur filed the report.
COUNTERFEIT BILLS PASSED — Bonnie Taylor of Lapera’s Service Station, 41 River St., reported that an unidentified motorist paid his gas bill with two counterfeit $20 bills. Police reviewed a surveillance videotape of the transaction in which the motorist pulled up in a dark green, four-door sedan model from the early to mid 1990s, possibly a Pontiac, with silver slit hubcaps. The motorist was attended to by Steve Rupp, an employee of Lapera’s, and Rupp described the suspect as a white male with a medium build, dark brown hair and a goatee. He said the suspect kept calling him “Boss,” and there was a man in the passenger side of the vehicle whom he described as a white male with a slightly heavier build and a tattoo on his inner right forearm. Police contacted the Secret Service’s Scranton office and were asked to mail them the fake bills for entry into the Secret Service’s computer system. Officer Joseph Demchak filed the report.