According to Whitpain Township Police Department, On August 28 at 2:10 a.m., Whipain police responded to Betsy Ln. for a report of six or seven subjects breaking into a residence.
According to Whitpain Township Police reports, when police arrived they found one 18-year-old male victim bleeding heavily from a cut to his head. He was transported by ambulance to Mercy Suburban Hospital for treatment where he received stitches to the injury.
Witnesses reported to police that four subjects allegedly showed up at a party at the residence and were told to leave as they were not invited. They left after words were exchanged, but witnesses said that they returned 10 to 15 minutes later with more people.
Allegedly, the unwanted subjects kicked open a locked rear sliding glass door, entered the residence and began fighting with those already at the party.
According to Whitpain Police reports, damage was caused to the property and several items were reported stolen from the residence after the homeowner arrived home. Whitpain Police Officers began checking the area for the actors and an Ambler Police officer located Brandon Moore, 22 of the 300 block of Chelsea Ave in North Hills, walking on Mt Pleasant Ave. near Railroad Ave.
Moore was arrested and charged with Burglary, Criminal Conspiracy, Criminal Trespass, Simple Assault, Criminal Mischief, Harassment and Disorderly Conduct. Brandon Moore was arraigned by and transported to Montgomery County Correctional Facility on $10,000 cash bail.
Further arrests are pending.
According to Whitpain Police reports said the total value of property needing repairs and missing items was reported to be approximately $3,400.
Police reports indicated that the son of the homeowner, Theodore Kling, 19 of the Betsy Ln address, was cited for Underage Possession for providing alcohol to his friends at the party.