Peeping Tom, Burglary, and More West Chester Police Blotter
We rundown the biggest police stories from the past week.
The following incidents occurred in and around West Chester. Arrest, when mentioned, does not suggest conviction.
A witness spotted the boys in the home's garage, according to Westtown-East Goshen Police.
Troy Czukoski, the principal of Phoenixville Middle School for seven years, has been charged by the United States Attorney.
According to police, the man cashed $850 in checks he swiped from Orion Communities of Phoenixville.
According to police, drivers in a pair of recent West Chester accidents were under the influence.
In the week ending March 3, West Chester Police made 20 arrests of people aged 18 to 25.
Police say the driver may have suffered a medical event before the impact.
Three buildings and six cars were damaged by vandals, police say.
Joseph Koliminga used his Smartphone to record female coworkers changing.