Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Tredyffrin Police have arrested a 31-year-old former township resident who they say has been involved in other thefts, as well.
Tredyffrin Township police on Wednesday announced an arrest, and a confession, in the Jan. 20 robbery from a Girl Scout cookie sale at the Berwyn Pathmark. Jevon Michael Avis, 31, of Carlisle, and formerly of the 300 block of Beechwood Avenue in Berwyn, was arrested Tuesday evening. He admitted stealing from the scouts in an interview with a police detective, police say. Read the full story on TE Patch: Girl Scout Robbery Confession Made, Police Say
Friday, February 1, 2013
Multiple assailants bound the man and his wife, ransacked their home, then drove him to his jewelry story to rob it.
Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch is reporting that a Berwyn couple were attacked in their home Thursday night, Jan. 31. The home invasion then led to a jewelry store robbery: Tredyffrin Police, East Norriton Township Police and Chester County Detectives are cooperating in the investigation, and they're looking for help locating the vehicle used in the theft: Read more at Tredyffrin-Easttown Patch: TREDYFFRIN HOME INVASION KIDNAPPING column (check here for updates) Terror in Tredyffrin: Gunpoint Home Invasion TT Man Kidnapped in Gunpoint Home Invasion
Thursday, December 20, 2012
A 24-year-old man was arrested after taking the item from a Strafford K-Mart, according to Tredyffrin Police.
According to Tredyffrin Police, a Malvern man was arrested for retail theft on Dec. 7 after allegedly stealing a motorbike from a K-Mart in Strafford. When police found the 24-year-old suspect, they discovered several other items in his possession that had been stolen from different stores. He was charged with several counts of retail theft, as well as receiving stolen property and theft by unlawful taking, and arraigned before Judge Thomas Tartaglio in District Court 15-1-02. The man was taken to Chester County Prison after failing to post 10 percent of $25,000 bail. He wasn't the only Malvern resident caught stealing from that K-Mart recently. A 59-year-old woman was arrested for theft on Dec. 11 after she was observed allegedly …
Friday, June 1, 2012
They are being used to measure traffic in the Paoli area in preparation for redevelopment of the Paoli Transportation Center.
Motorists traveling through the Paoli area on Route 30 have likely noticed pairs of black wires draped across the roadway. They stretch from curb to curb in locations in Willistown and Tredyffrin. According to an email from PennDOT spokesperson Gene Blaum, the pairs of lines are actually tubes being used to measure traffic: The tubes are for traffic counts that Tredyffrin Township is taking as part of its effort to examine traffic flow in conjunction with the redevelopment of the Paoli Transportation Center. Tredyffrin Township is administering the study, which is being funded entirely with state funds through PennDOT.