Troopers Report Forgery, Mischief, Harassment
The following arrest information was supplied by state police Trevose station. It does not indicate a conviction.
On June 15, state police from the Trevose station reported the following incidents:
State police are investigating a forgery case. On April 13, Crandall K. Speights, 29, of Willingboro, obtained two Pennsylvania drivers licenses at the Drivers License Center at 4201 Neshaminy Boulevard utilizing fraudulent identity. Charges have been filed against him in district court. Trooper Christopher Nacios continues to investigate the incident.
On June 14, state police investigated an act of criminal mischief at the Cornwells Heights Park & Ride lot. Police said an unknown actor damaged a driver side front window of a vehicle owned by a 49-year-old Levittown female. The unidentified suspect fled the scene. The incident occurred between 5:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Trevose station at 215-942-3900. Trooper Denny Varghese investigated the incident.
On June 15 at 12:43 a.m., state police responded to the 900 block of Bellevue Avenue, Hulmeville, for a reported harassment incident. Police said the Ella P. Gyger, 40, of Duluth, Mn., and Jeffrey Hadley, 41, of Hulmeville, had a verbal argument that became physical. Charges will be filed against both. Trooper Dung Martinez investigated the incident.