Police beat March 1
Two cited: Two people were cited early Sunday after California police said they refused to disperse from Spuds bar in the 200 block of Wood Street. Shareese Asparagus, 22, of West Chester, was cited for disorderly conduct and failure to disperse, and Delroy T. Blake, 24, no address, was cited for disorderly conduct, police said.
House burglary: Chartiers police said they are investigating a burglary Thursday at 405 Moon Road. Police said two televisions, an Xbox 360 video game console and six video games worth a combined $925 were stolen.
Jewelry stolen: A home in the 4600 block of Jefferson Avenue in Hopewell Township was burglarized Thursday and a jewelry box containing various jewelry pieces were stolen, state police said. Police said the residence was entered through a rear window.
Liquor law violation: The DoubleTree, 340 Racetrack Rd., Washington, failed to have the proper employee complete training between Dec. 25 and Jan. 15, state police said. The establishment faces fines and a possible license suspension or revocation.
Theft: Coligan Construction, 1402 Yorktown Drive, Lawrence, told township police Thursday that between 50 and 60 aluminum light housings were stolen from a dumpster at Donaldsons Crossroads Shopping Center, 3909 Washington Road, where the company is doing renovations.
Construction equipment missing: Construction equipment and tools worth more than $44,000 were stolen from a storage lot at 3998 Park Ave. in South Franklin Township between Aug. 1 and Jan. 15, state police said.
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