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Caln Township >> Caln Township Police Department is attempting to locate a runaway juvenile, Savann Anthony Coles. Coles is 5 feet 10 inches tall, 150 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. Savann was last seen by his mother on the morning of Dec. 14 leaving his home headed to Scott Middle School in the City of Coatesville. Savann was last seen wearing a black shirt, maroon sweat pants, and tan Timberland boots Savann has been reportedly seen in and around the area of Sixth Ave and Lincoln Highway in the city of Coatesville over the past several weeks. The investigation has indicated that Savann has been in contact with friends and family. Anyone with information regarding the location of Savann Coles should contact the Caln Township Police Department at 610 383 7000.
Other police reports from across the region:
PFA Violation >> A 33 year old male from Nottingham called his victim multiple times in the 60 block of Franklin Drive in West Nottingham Township on Jan. in violation of an emergency PFA order, police said.
Rear End >> Heather Withee, 34, of Elkton, Maryland, could not stop fast enough and collided with a stopped car ahead on Gap Newport Pike in London Grove Township on Jan. police said.
Theft >> Luis Algenis, 27, of Oxford allegedly took a Nintendo NES from a residence in the 1400 block of Baltimore Pike in Upper Oxford Township[ between Nov. 1 and 18, police said.
Good Hope Road >> Alicia Barlow, 30, of Elkton, Maryland was traveling south on Good Hope Road on Jan. in London Britain Township and lost control on a sharp left curve. She slid off the roadway, hit signs and went into a ditch. She reported some injuries but refused treatment, police said.
Terroristic Threats >> Nicole Robinson, 51, of Landenberg called on a phone from the 200 block of Jess Pusey Drive in Franklin Township on Dec. and threatened to kill the police, the DA and her brother, police said.
Simple Assault >> A 31 year old female from East Marlborough Township was intoxicated and got into a physical altercation with her parents on Jan. 7. She was arrested for simple assault and harassment, police said.
Harassment >> Janet Jones Silver, 48, of Wynnewood repeatedly contacted a victim of the 200 block of Forest Manor Road in Upper Oxford Township between July and December by email, phone and text, police said.
Ewing Road >> A car that was traveling on Route 926 in Upper Oxford Township in the snow slid off the roadway on Jan. and went into a ditch. The car was removed by a tow truck and driven from the scene, police said.
Exit ramp slide >> A car was driving on the exit ramp from Route 1 to Route 10 in Lower Oxford Township on Jan. and slid against a guardrail. The car sustained some damage but was driven from the scene, police said.
Terroristic threats >> Derrick Andrew Lowe, 33, of Oxford made threats against a person via text messaged from the 50 block of Franklin Drive in West Nottingham Township between Jan. 1 and 5, police said.
Fleeing or trying to elude >> Joseph Christopher Matuszewski, 47, of Drexel Hill, failed to stop for a red light at Route 1 and 52 in Kennett Township on Jan. He then failed to stop for troopers with lights and sirens. The pursuit ended 13 miles southbound on Route 1. He was taken into custody after his vehicle became disabled from spike strips, police said.
Bald with facial hair >> A bald man with facial hair removed items totaling $596 from Walmart in East Marlborough Township on Nov. He then fled in a black Ford F150 with wood panels in the back with a license plate C686004, police said.
Walmart theft >> Two males removed various items from the East Marlborough Walmart on Nov. and fled in a silver Hyundai sedan with partial license plate number 4223. Any information? Call the state police at 610 268 2011, police said.
Retail Theft >> A male removed items worth about $500 from the Walmart in East Marlborough Township on Nov. He fled in a gray hatchback, police said.
Drugs >> William James Thompson, 33, of Kennett Square was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana at a traffic stop on Route 1 in Kennett Township on Dec. The subject was later identified as Andrew Garver, 22 of , through video surveillance captured of the incident. Garver was located on Second Avenue and taken into custody. Garver was arraigned in front of the Honorable District Judge Nancy Gill and remanded to the Chester County Prison in lieu of $25,000 cash bail.
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DUI >> Christopher J. Gracie, 30, of Kirkwood was arrested and charged with DUI and a related traffic offense, as well as with violations of the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act , following a traffic stop for erratic driving. The incident occurred on Jan. Police received a complaint about a Jeep being driven in an erratic manner on northbound Gap Newport Pike. Police observed the vehicle serve into the opposite lane of travel and initiated a traffic stop.
DUI >> Stephanie L. Lake, 50, of West Grove was arrested and charged with DUI and a traffic offense, after the Nissan SUV she was operating was stopped for not having its headlights on. The incident occurred on Jan. Upon making contact with Lake, police observed indicators suggesting intoxication. Field sobriety tests were not attempted due to the extreme cold temperature but a preliminary breath test confirmed the presence of alcohol.
DUI >> Noemi Borreli, 24, of Newark, Delaware was arrested and charged with DUI and related traffic offenses, after the 2016 Kia she was driving was stopped for erratic driving. The incident occurred on Jan. in the 500 block of Newark Road, in New Garden Township. Police on patrol observed the vehicle travel through a steady red light, at the intersection of Newark Road and Gap Newport Pike. The vehicle continued south on Newark Road at a high rate of speed and went through the stop intersection at Starr Road, without stopping.
DUI >> Ronald J. Czyzyk Jr., 42, of Landenberg was arrested and charged with DUI and related traffic offenses, following a traffic stop for several moving violations. The incident occurred on Dec. Upon making contact with Czyzyk, police observed indicators suggesting intoxication. After failing field sobriety tests, Czyzyk was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. He submitted to a chemical test of his breath, resulting in a BAC of .130 percent.