Friday, March 8, 2013
Credit cards are the main missing items in this theft from motor vehicle, troopers report.
Someone recently used the cover of darkness to help themselves to a Cumberland County man's wallet inside a vehicle parked in Upper Milford Township, according to police. Harvey Hollenbaugh, 63, of Newville reported that his black tri-fold wallet was taken from inside his vehicle between 10:30 p.m. Feb. 27 and 5:30 a.m. Feb. 28, said state police at Fogelsville. That vehicle was parked outside 4283 Chestnut St. The wallet contained credit cards, police said. There was no stated value. Police did not state whether the vehicle was locked. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 610-395-1438.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
State police say that someone made eight purchases using Upper Milford woman's numbers for a total of $265.35.
Fortunately for an Upper Milford credit card owner, the thief who stole her numbers was dishonest but didn't have overly expensive tastes. Someone used the credit card information of Rose Harris of 3568 Lenape Lane eight times between Oct. 16 and Nov. 22, according to state police at Fogelsville. Those purchases totaled $265.35. The incidents are being investigated as identity theft, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 610-395-1438.
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Credit Card was used three times without owner's approval, state police say.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Tad Miller
Saturday, November 17, 2012
A Zionsville-area woman recently reported her personal information was compromised when several unauthorized purchases were made with her credit card, according to police. Donna Leibensperger, 57, of 4902 Wendi Drive E. on Nov. 8 reported that her credit card was used three times without her approval, according to state police at Fogelsville. The purchase amounts were not released. The incidents are being investigated as a case of access device fraud, police said.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Someone opened four accounts in the name of an Upper Milford resident earlier this month, troopers say.
An Upper Milford Township man had no trouble opening not one, but four credit cards earlier this month. Well, there was one small problem, it turns out: He didn't actually apply to open the accounts, according to state police at Fogelsville. Confused? Actually, so was he. Jonathan Albert Peters, 36, of the 3600 block of Lenape Lane reported to police that four credit card accounts had been opened without his knowledge or authorization. The accounts were opened between Oct. 1 and 9, police said. Police did not say whether charges were made against the accounts or whether Peters would be responsible for any such charges.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
The following information was supplied by troopers at the barracks in Fogelsville. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
State police at Fogelsville released the following recent incidents for Upper Milford Township: Access device theft: Reported Aug. 17 by Lily Roblin of 4380 Knollwood Drive; contacted by store in Minnesota that an on-line purchase of $153 was attempted via debit card from Louisville, Ky., police said; transaction was denied. Charged: Oliver S. Reese, 76, of Zionsville; Aug. 16 after motor vehicle accident at 9:30 a.m. on Route 29 at Kings Highway South; Reese turned left in front of a vehicle driven by Stacey L. Rossetti, 40, of Zionsville, police said; no one injured, but Reese cited for failure to yield to oncoming driver when turning left. Access device fraud: Reported Aug. 22 by Joanne Sorich of Upper Milford; Sorich said her credit …