Plymouth Police Reports
75 bras stolen from Victoria's Secret, man suspect of crack possession, DUI crash.
At approximately 12:28 a.m. on June 24, Plymouth Police were dispatched to a home on first block of Colton Drive, Plymouth Meeting, for the report of a disturbance at a party. Upon arrival, the mother of the household advised police that her daughter, Nicole Oleary, 24, was out of control.
When an officer approached Oleary, she immediately turned around, put her hands behind her back, and asked that he take her to jail, the report said. Oleary then screamed a number of obscenities at other partygoers, and became enraged when her mother approached her, pointing her finger close to her face, police said.
When an officer attempted to move Oleary's arm away from her mother, Oleary grabbed the officer's arm and told him not to touch her. At that point, the officer determined that "her high level of intoxication would not allow a reasonable conclusion to the incident."
Oleary continued to scream obscenities, and was handcuffed by police and placed into a police car, where she continuously kicked the security gate of the rear window, the report said. She was transported to the Plymouth Police station and cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. Police then advised the homeowner that his "party was over."
At approximately 5:52 a.m. on June 24, police arrested Justine Brody, of the 300 block of 8th Avenue, Conshohocken, for suspicion of driving under the influence. According to police, Brody had struck a PECO pole near the 1700 block of Butler Pike and also knocked down a road sign.
Police also found what they suspected to be marijuana and Klonopine pills inside Brady's vehicle. She faces charges of DUI, accidents involving damage to property, reckless driving, and possession of a controlled substance.
At approximately 4:45 p.m. on June 22, Plymouth Police were dispatched to a hotel located on the 400 block of Plymouth Road in Plymouth Meeting for the report of a dispute. Upon arrival, officers spoke with Thomas Schwering, 49, of the 100 block of Brittany Drive, Chalfont, who was having a dispute with a cab driver over the exchange of money.
The officer advised the two that it was a civil matter, but the manager of the hotel came out and told the officer that he wanted Schwering to leave the hotel because of problems he had been causing there, according to a police report.
Police escorted Schwering to his room, which he had been sharing with his grandmother, to collect his belongings. After he did so, police asked if the could check the room for any other property, at which point Schwering told them to "go ahead and check," according to the report.
Police then found three glass tubes and several bags containing a white substance, which the officer identified as drug paraphernalia. Police then searched Schwering's person, and found a small pill bottle containing what the officer suspected to be crack cocaine. Upon a further search of the room, police found 75 small bags of residue, which they suspected had previously held crack, the report said.
Schwering was then taken into custody and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Victoria's Secret theft:
At approximately 4:50 p.m. on June 20, an employee of Victoria's Secret at the Plymouth Meeting Mall reported to police a retail theft. According to the employee, an unknown person stole approximately 50 bras from the drawers near the front of the store. The employee estimated the value of the stolen bras at $2000.
Theft of auto parts:
At approximately 8:54 a.m. on June 18, an employee of an auto parts business, located on the 1000 block of Conshohocken Road, reported to police that an unknown individual stole approximately $3,000 worth of truck brake shoes cores from the business' property.
Theft from vehicle:
At approximately 9:29 a.m. on June 18, an employee of a business on the 400 block of Gravers Road, Plymouth Meeting, reported to police that an unknown person had stolen the following items from one of his work trucks:
- Stihl chainsaw valued at $685
- Red Max hedge trimmer valued at $360
- Climbing gear belt valued at $350
Recovered stolen vehicle:
At approximately 12:33 a.m. on June 21, a Plymouth Police officer on routine patrol in the parking of the Spring Hill Suites, located at 430 Plymouth Road in Plymouth Meeting, observed a vehicle with extensive front-end damage parked haphazardly in a parking space.
After running the vehicle's license plate, the officer found that it had been reported stolen from a Hertz in Norristown. Upon contacting Norristown, it was determined that they did not want the vehicle and the car was turned over to Janeway towing.
At approximately 4:12 a.m. on June 22, a business on the 400 block of Alan Wood Road, Conshohocken, reported to police that an unknown person had broken a storefront window. A small rock was observed inside the store, and the value of the window was estimated at $600.