Man, 35, arrested for burglary of East Goshen bike shop – Daily Local
EAST GOSHEN — After a thorough investigation, a Philadelphia man has been charged with burglary after police say he broke into a bike shop in East Goshen last year.
Justin Wilkin, 35, of Philadelphia, has been charged with burglary and other related offenses following an investigation into an overnight forced entry burglary at the West Chester Bicycle Center in East Goshen Township, on August 20, 2021. An investigation by the Westtown- East Goshen Detectives, along with other law enforcement agencies in southeastern Pennsylvania, led to the arrest 10 months after the crime. Wilkin remains being held in the Cumberland County Jail for an unrelated matter and will be extradited to Chester County upon completion of his Cumberland County incarceration.
Police reports from across the region:
During a routine patrol of the parking garage in the 100 block of E. Linden Street, officers observed two men standing on the third level staircase. As he approached, the officer noticed new spray paint graffiti on a cement traffic pole in the same area where the two young men were. The two subjects ran down the steps, where the officer followed and observed more fresh graffiti on the stairs and to the side. stairs. The incident occurred on May 22, 2022 at approximately 4:36 p.m. An investigation was conducted and the subjects were identified. A juvenile allegation for the charges has been filed with Chester County Juvenile Probation for both subjects.
On June 9, 2022, an arrest warrant was issued for William Stinnette Jr. for failing to appear for his preliminary hearing on June 8, 2022 for the following incident. William Stinnette Jr., 33, of Avondale, was arrested and charged with violations of the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act (Bill 64), after being found in possession of controlled substances, marijuana and paraphernalia, following a routine Anson B. Nixon park patrol check. Stinnette was observed in his vehicle, engine running and headlights on, after hours of parking. As the vehicle approached, officers detected a strong smell of burning marijuana and observed a lit marijuana cigarette in his hand. A consent search of the vehicle revealed controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. Charges have been filed.
On June 8, 2022 at 2:35 a.m., Oxford Police observed a vehicle traveling on South Third Street following the vehicle in front of it too closely. A check of vehicle registration showed the registered owner had a suspended driver’s license therefore a traffic stop was made at 400 Blk Market Street. Contact was made with the operator, David Ayala-Contreras, 23, from Oxford who also did not have a valid driving licence. While speaking with Ayala-Contreras, a marijuana smoking pipe could be seen in plain sight. No other contraband or narcotics were found in the vehicle. The pipe was tested and returned positive for the presence of marijuana. Subsequently, Ayala-Contreras was released from the scene pending a summons for the criminal charges.
On January 6, 2022, Oxford Police were dispatched to the area of South Fourth Street and Market Street to report a victim of assault. Upon arrival, police made contact with the victim who said Timothy Faber, 43, from Oxford, hit him in the neck with a hammer. The injuries sustained by the victim, along with witness statements, supported the criminal charges, and Faber was taken into custody at his home. Faber was questioned and released pending a summons. On June 7, 2022, Faber arrived at Oxford Police and was processed for the charges which are still pending a preliminary hearing in District Court.
Charges against John Allen Sellers, 51, and John Fisher Sellers, 22, both of Kennett Square, were filed on June 8, 2022. The investigation determined that the two parties, along with three other adult men, had frequented many liquor establishments in Kennett Square. Borough June 5, 2022. They both arrived at a business on the 100 Block of West State Street, around 9 p.m., where they continued to consume alcohol. At approximately 9:40 p.m., John Allen Sellers assaulted the victim, a 60-year-old adult male, and began struggling with him on the ground. The victim’s wife, a 68-year-old adult woman, tried to help her husband when she was forcibly pushed by John Fisher Sellers into bar tables and fences in the establishment. Both victims needed medical attention for injuries sustained after being assaulted. An additional non-traffic citation is pending for one of the remaining topics that have been accompanying sellers and sellers. KSPD was assisted by numerous companies and witnesses during the investigation of this incident.
Rheanna Hoover, 36, of Kennett Square, was arrested and charged with violations of the Controlled Substances, Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics Act 64 after being found in possession of controlled substances and related paraphernalia , following a traffic stop. of a vehicle in which she was a passenger. The incident happened on May 25, 2022, at around 2.44pm, in the 600 block of South Broad Street, Kennett Square Borough. She was taken to Central Booking for arraignment and charges were filed.
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Credit card theft
The West Whiteland Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred at the victim’s place of business on May 28, 2022 at approximately 6 p.m. The victim reported that two suspects entered the back room of the Hallmark store and stole his credit cards. The suspects traveled to multiple locations in the township and used the credit cards to purchase over $1,000 in gift cards and merchandise not authorized by the victim.
State Police, Avondale
Sometime during the night between 8 p.m. June 4 and 9 a.m. June 5, someone stole $1,580 in cash from the Capriotti’s office in East Marlborough Township.
Zaire Jackson was arrested following a routine traffic stop April 9 at 11:31 p.m. on Baltimore Pike in Upper Oxford Township after police observed a large quantity of vacuum-sealed packages of marijuana. After consent was given for a search of the Dodge Dart, police found 149 grams of marijuana in 201 individual packages, a scale and a Glock 44 handgun. Bethea admitted to possession of the drugs and the handgun.
Murder suspect arrested
On June 3, police conducted a routine traffic stop on South Wawaset Road and Lenape Road in Pocopson Township. A small amount of marijuana was located in the 2010 Audi Q7. The operator was taken into custody and after being fingerprinted it was determined that the suspect had given a false name. The individual was determined to have an active homicide warrant in Philadelphia. The individual was transported to Chester County Jail pending extradition to Philadelphia.
At 10pm on April 20, soldiers were dispatched to Quarryville Road in Upper Oxford for a report of a dog law breach. After interviews, it was determined that a pit bull had escaped from the yard for the second time in 10 days. The pit bull attacked a child in the first event and the victim used his handgun to shoot into the ground of his property to scare the pit bull away. No dogs or people were injured when the weapon was fired. Police located a bullet fragment in the pit bull owner’s siding after the event. The Chester County prosecutor got involved and decided not to press charges against the owner of the handgun. The owner of the pit bill has been cited.