Abington Police Reports

Theft and a trio of DUIs


DUI and disorderly conduct … Valerie I. Pollack-Bellomo, 49, of Fleetwood Road, Rydal, was arrested July 7 at 12:50 a.m. at a DUI checkpoint on Huntingdon Pike near the Huntingdon Valley Shopping Center, police said. According to police, Pollack-Bellomo had bloodshot eyes and spoke with slurred, mumbled speech. When she exited the vehicle, she walked with a staggered gait.

According to police, Pollack-Bellomo said she had two beers and then became uncooperative and argumentative with police, yelling and screaming. At one point Pollack-Bellomo said that police were “Nazis,” and said, “You must be proud of yourselves, you must sleep well at night. She also yelled, “You’re harassing me,” at least three times. Pollack-Bellomo refused a portable breath test, police said.

Retail theft … Joseph Stanley Roberts III, of North 2nd Street, Darby, was arrested July 5 at 7:06 p.m. after a Macy’s loss prevention officer saw Roberts — a Macy’s employee — remove the theft prevention sensors from 15 pieces of merchandise and conceal them in a white Macy’s bag before leaving for his break, police said. After returning from his break, Roberts took the bag and left without attempting to pay, police said. Roberts signed a statement admitting to stealing the merchandise, and admitted to stealing from the store in the past. The value of the merchandise was $767.

DUI … Eric Zachary Hart, 23, of West Avenue, Elkins Park, was arrested June 5 at 10:53 p.m. in the 300 block of Meetinghouse Road following a traffic stop; he appeared to be a disabled motorist, police said. According to police, Hart said he was coming from 7-Eleven in Glenside, and was dropping off friends when his vehicle “just stopped.” There was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle; Hart’s eyes were bloodshot and he was very lethargic. There were the remains of five smoked marijuana cigar roaches in the ashtray. Hart failed a field sobriety test, and Hart’s blood tested positive for the presence of Delta-9 THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

Summary arrests 

Harassment … Monica Corley, 23, of Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, was arrested June 18 at 5:55 p.m. after Corley struck the complainant several times in the head as the complainant was sitting on a bench outside of Abington Memorial Hospital, police said.

Disorderly conduct … Kenya Evans, 24, of Avalon Street, Philadelphia, was arrested June 27 at 9:03 p.m. following a car stop in the corner of Township Line and Valley Glen roads in which police saw a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle, police said.

Underage drinking … Krista Labenz, 19, of Osbourne Avenue, Willow Grove, was arrested 11:58 p.m. after police responded to a noise complainant and found Labenz had consumed alcohol, police said.

Disorderly conduct … Wilford Hilmire III, 23, of East Mill Road, Flourtown, was arrested June 29 at 7:21 p.m. following a traffic stop in the corner of Easton and Brookdale roads in which police saw a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle, police said. 

Tyler Elliott June 20, 2013 at 04:13 PM
How can someone be arrested July 7th at Macy's when today is June 20th?
Regnig cares June 20, 2013 at 09:19 PM
For that matter not only was that person arrested July 7th the two disorderly conducts are dated June 27th and June 29th and today in June 20th. Someone needs to check their typing. Or do we now have the ability to predict what crimes, along with the details, are going to occur in the future. That is really pretty interesting - I guess if anyone knows these people they better tell them what they are going to do in the next few weeks. I at least hope the police report is correct or a lawyer could have some real fun with their client being arrested before the date of the incident.


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