DUI … Francis Hevener Jr., 31, of the unit block of Belfast Drive, North Wales, was arrested April 16 at midnight in the 500 block of Fox Chase Road after he failed to stop at a stop sign in the corner of Shady Lane and Fox Chase Road, police said. According to police, Hevener also turned the wrong way down a one-way street just blocks prior to a DUI checkpoint on Huntingdon Pike, made a K-turn, and drove the other direction on Huntingdon Pike. According to police, Hevener said he smoked marijuana earlier in the evening, smelled of alcohol, failed two field sobriety tests and had a blood alcohol content of 0.114 percent. His blood also tested positive for the presence of THC, police said.
DUI and possession of a small amount of marijuana … Jill Redding, 44, of the 2100 block of Curtis Avenue, Abington, was arrested April 23 at 3:28 a.m. following a traffic stop near the corner of Rothley and Hamilton roads for not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign, police said. According to police, Redding had bloodshot eyes and a smell of burnt marijuana was emanating from her vehicle. Redding was found to have two film canisters containing confirmed marijuana, multiple packs of rolling papers and a glass pipe, police said. Redding’s blood tested positive for the presence of THC.
Possession of a small amount of marijuana … Jamil T. Wilson, 23, of the 100 block of East Tulpehocken Street, Philadelphia, was arrested April 28 at 1:51 a.m. following a traffic stop near the corner of Easton Road and Charles Street for having a malfunctioning driver’s side brake light and a malfunctioning registration plate light, police said. According to police, Wilson’s vehicle smelled strongly of freshly burnt marijuana and there was marijuana on his shirt and on his lap. Following a search, police found a red-tinted plastic baggie containing confirmed marijuana in the vehicle’s ashtray, as well as a cigar containing confirmed marijuana.
Possession of a controlled substance and public drunkenness … Mark A. Leedom, 48, of the 200 block of Wooded Drive, Doylestown, was arrested April 30 near the corner of Rockwell Road and Highland Avenue after he was seen intoxicated and having trouble standing up straight and walking, police said. A search of Leedom’s black backpack revealed two quetiapine pills; two clonazepam pills; one sertraline pill; and a clear plastic baggie with a blue piece of paper covered in confirmed heroin, police said.
Outstanding warrant and suspected DUI … Jonathas Ferreira Machado, 26, of the 300 block of North Ninth Street, Lebanon, Pa., was arrested May 9 at 11:57 p.m. following a traffic stop for driving through a red light near the corner of Easton and Moreland roads, police said. According to police, a strong odor of marijuana was emanating from Machado’s vehicle. There was an active warrant out of Cumberland County for Machado. Machado admitted to smoking marijuana about an hour before being pulled over; he failed two field sobriety tests, police said.
Theft … Debbie Brockmeyer, 43, of the 600 block of Roberts Avenue, Glenside, was arrested May 11 after she admitted to stealing and selling a ring worth about $10,000 from a house in which she was hired to clean in the 1400 block of Huntingdon Road, police said. According to police, Brockmeyer cooperated and said that she sold the ring to a jewelry store in Jenkintown Borough. The ring was recovered. The owner of the ring reported the item stolen May 7.
Retail theft, forgery, ID theft, resisting arrest and related charges … Erica Anastasia Celestin, 21, of the 800 block of Pine Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., was arrested May 13 after she made a $631 purchase at Macy’s in Willow Grove Park mall on a line of credit belonging to another Macy’s cardholder… who opened the account before Celestin was born, police said. A Macy’s loss prevention officer said he saw Celestin leave the mall parking lot in a silver Nissan Murano, which was stopped in the corner of Easton Road and Rubicam Avenue. Following a search, police found a non-government ID bearing the name of someone else.
The driver of the vehicle, who identified himself as Dwayne Dweyer, 21, fled south on Easton Road and was not found.
After a short struggle, Celestin was taken into custody. During booking, she complained of an injury to her right shoulder she received during her arrest. She showed a small scrape that had broken the skin, police said; detectives photographed the area and put a bandage on it.
Related: Forgery, ID theft and access device fraud … An arrest warrant was issued for Sade Forde, 25, of the 8600 block of Glenwood Road, Brooklyn, N.Y., after she made a $2,973 purchase at Bloomingdale’s in Willow Grove Park mall on May 13 by using the Bloomingdale’s account of a New York resident, police said. According to police, subsequent investigation revealed that Forde made fraudulent purchases at the Suburban Square and Lehigh Valley malls earlier in the day.
Video footage shows Forde (who was wearing the same clothes in which she was arrested) making two purchases at the Lehigh Valley Mall: one in the amount of $1,204, and one for $801, police said.
A loss prevention officer at Macy’s in Suburban Square Mall was able to provide a detailed transaction for three transactions: the first transaction was in the watch department in the amount of $2,518.
Merchandise purchased by Forde and Celestin was found in the silver Nissan Murano in the above police report. Also, a non-government ID with Forde’s image and a different name was found in the Murano.