Upper Darby Police
EXCLUSIVE: The Officer Behind The Tweets: Upper Darby Police Department’s Social Media Manager Revealed
Lot of police departments use social media. Few, if any, use it like Upper Darby Police.
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says the robberies began October 19th and involved a drug store, convenience stores, and, most recently, a sandwich shop.
Treated for cuts to his face, the 12-year-old also suffered a concussion and a broken left leg.
The incident happened at about 5 p.m. at State and Miller Roads.
Police say Stephen Campbell realized after watching his older child play tee-ball for about 45 minutes that he had left his younger child in the car. The infant was treated at a local hospital and released.
Authorities say a 13-year-old girl assaulted a crossing guard in Delaware County and threatened to shoot her.
Police say the Good Samaritan, identified as 27-year-old sanitation worker Nelson Mandela Myers, was walking to work around 4:30 a.m. found the girl under the bleachers of an athletic field.
Police in Upper Darby, Delaware County are searching for the vandal who has cut the wires on a neighborhood holiday light display five times in the last week.
Upper Darby police say a second suspect allegedly involved in the robbery and assault of a Delaware County man in a wheelchair is now behind bars facing numerous charges.
While the search continues for a man who allegedly exposed himself to children in Upper Darby Township, residents in that and nearby areas are stepping up crime watch activities to keep their neighborhoods safe.
A Glenolden, Delaware County man is facing attempted murder charges after he entered the Upper Darby Police station early Saturday morning with a loaded gun demanding that his girlfriend be released.
The search is on for two men who are seen on surveillance video shoplifting from an Upper Darby department store on Christmas Eve. Why all the media interest? It’s to what lengths they went to avoid store security.
“Take a deep breath. You don’t have to run over somebody or you don’t have to pull a gun. You don’t have to get out of your car and fight with somebody,” superintendent Michael Chitwood said.