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Casey Reeder, 29, of Parkesburg, was charged with retail theft, receiving stolen property and driving under suspension.
The charges were filed after an investigation into a reported $40 theft from a Boscov’s store on Oct. 3. Investigators obtained surveillance video of the incident and recognized the suspect as Casey Reeder who had attended a preliminary hearing earlier in the day for a prior retail theft arrest.
Reeder was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge John Bailey in Exton. She was remanded to the Chester County Prison after failing to post bail, police said.
The following police reports were released from the West Whiteland and West Chester Police Departments.
• Natasha Kramlich, 34, of Narvon, was charged with DUI on Sept. 30. The charges were filed after a patrol officer stopped Kramlich’s vehicle on Pottstown Pike after a speeding violation. Kramlich was arrested after she failed field sobriety tests.
• Justin Baker, 26, of Gap, was arrested on Oct. 1. The charges were filed after a patrol officer responded to the Wal-Mart store for a theft of a backpack, containing a laptop computer, from a vehicle. Responding officers located Baker and took him into custody. A search warrant was executed on Baker’s vehicle and the property was recovered. Officers also located alleged drug paraphernalia and stolen property belonging to another victim who had property stolen from her vehicle in an East Caln shopping center. About $80 in merchandise was also found in the vehicle, police said. That merchandise was found to have been stolen from the Wal-Mart. Baker was charged with receiving stolen property, theft from motor vehicle, theft by unlawful taking, retail theft and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Ian Schneider, 40, of Downingtown, was charged with DUI on Oct. 2. The charges were filed after a patrol officer stopped Schneider’s vehicle at the intersection of Route 100 and Shoen Road for a red light violation. Schneider was arrested after he failed field sobriety tests.
• Diane Trego, 56, of West Chester, was arrested for DUI on Oct. 4. The charges were filed after a patrol officer observed Trego make a left turn off of West Lincoln Highway. Trego reportedly drove in the oncoming lane of traffic and around posted “Do Not Enter” signs. The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with Trego. She was arrested after she reportedly failed field sobriety tests. She was charged with DUI and driving under suspension for a prior DUI conviction, police said.
• Abdul Kendema, 48, of Yeadon, was charged with forgery, access device fraud, theft by deception, receiving stolen property and identity theft on Oct. 7. The charges were filed after officers were dispatched to the Sam’s Club store for a fraud. Officers made contact with Kendema who had made $2,231 in purchases since Sept. 29. It was determined that one or more of the purchases was made with the credit card number of a Camden, New Jersey, resident. Investigators recovered 15 credit cards from Kendema during his arrest. Many of the cards are suspected to be counterfeit and possibly contain personal information belonging to other victims, police said.
Matthew Gilger, 35, of Brookhaven, was charged with DUI and related offenses after witnesses reported a driver allegedly hit a parked car in the 400 block of North High Street on Oct. 4, at about 5:30 p.m. Police said they found the driver at the Wawa at Pottstown Pike and Boot Road and was subsequently arrested.
• Shawn Boz, 21, of Coatesville, was charged with assault and related charges after Boz allegedly punched a person in the nose after repeatedly getting denied entry to Ryan’s Pub on Sept. 9, shortly after midnight. Police said Boz was refused entry to the bar because of his level of intoxication.
• Nathan Hackman, 26, of Lititz, was charged with DUI after officers responded to reports of a hit -and-run crash in the 100 block of East Market Street. Police said as a result of the investigation, Hackman was taken into custody after allegedly failing sobriety tests on Oct. 8, at about 12:30 a.m.