POLICE BLOTTER


City of Delaware police report:

A car was egged Thursday night while it was parked on Rockmill St. The owner reported feces was also smeared on the car. Police said there were no suspects in the case.

Gaming consoles, luggage and a body pillow were stolen from a woman living on South Liberty Street Friday afternoon. The woman told police someone had forced entry into her home and stolen her Xbox, Playstation and Nintendo systems, worth $1,700. The investigation is ongoing.

A 16-year-old girl left her Fieldcrest Drive home without permission Friday night. Officers entered her information in the national database as a runaway but she was later located by officers on the night shift in the area of River Street. She was taken into custody and placed in juvenile detention by the order of the Delaware County Juvenile Court. Police said the girl has had prior dealings with the juvenile court.

A juvenile boy left his home on Georgetowne Drive after his mother accused him of stealing her credit card Wednesday night. The woman told police several items, including her bank card, were missing from her purse and when she discussed it with her son he left. Officers took the boy’s information and later located him in the city. The theft remains under investigation. No charges were filed against the boy.

Penises were carved into a picnic table at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church on East William Street, Saturday night. Police took a criminal damaging report.