Police Blotter for the week of June 11
● By J. Chambless
Robert James Palisay of Avondale has been arrested after a months-long investigation by Pennsylvania State Police Avondale. He is charged with possession of child pornography, solicitation of 50 boys on Facebook for nude videos and photos, and unlawful contact with minors. A search of his home yielded evidence on his electronic devices, according to a police report.
KIDNAPPING AND RAPE
On June 10, Pennsylvania State Police Avondale arrested Humberto Guzman-Garcia, of Avondale, on charges of kidnapping and rape. Police said Guzman-Garcia entered the victim's home, took her outside and committed several sex acts before the victim's parents found her. Guzman-Garcia was found hiding in a vehicle nearby and was arrested.
JUVENILES DISTRIBUTE VIDEO
On May 2, Pennsylvania State Police Avondale began investigating a case of several underage students sharing a sexually explicit video. Police said a student at Patton Middle School posted the video to his social media account. The video was then recorded by another student and shared to several others. The investigation is ongoing. Police provided no other details.
On June 2 at 9:15 p.m., a 25-year-old Oxford woman told Pennsylvania State Police Avondale that an unknown man pushed open the side panel of her air conditioner and reached into her bedroom before fleeing.
Two boys entered the Avon Grove Charter School, at 110 E. State Road in London Grove Township, overnight on June 10 through an unlocked window, according to Pennsylvania State Police Avondale. School property was vandalized and two flashlights were taken from the building, according to police.
An Oxford man reported that someone stole his 2009 white Ford Ranger pickup overnight on June 7, according to Pennsylvania State Police Avondale. The truck, which was parked at 1026 Hickory Hill Road, had a yellow caution light on its roof and a 120-gallon fuel tank in the bed. It also had farm-exempt registration plates. The investigation is continuing.
DRIVER CHARGED WITH DUI
Abundio Garcia-Morales, 24, of Wilmington, Del., was arrested by Southern Chester County Regional Police and charged with DUI and related traffic offenses, including leaving the scene of a property damage accident, criminal mischief and public drunkenness, following an incident that occurred on April 19. At about 6:45 a.m., police were called to the 500 block of Newark Road in New Garden Township for a report of a suspicious person knocking on residential doors. Police found Garcia-Morales and determined he was under the influence of alcohol.
Jesse A. Duvall, 22, of Wilmington, Del., was arrested for receiving stolen property and traffic offenses after the 2002 Chevrolet he was driving was stopped by Southern Chester County Regional Police for displaying a stolen registration plate. On April 20, at Starr and Penn Green roads in New Garden Township, police saw that Duvall's vehicle didn't have inspection or emission stickers. They later found that the tag was issued to a Honda and had been reported stolen two weeks earlier.
ENDANGERING CHILDREN AND DUI
Stephanie T. Enriquez, 33, of Kennett Square, was arrested by Southern Chester County Regional Police and charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of children and one count of DUI after she was found to have driven her two children, ages 4 and 12, to District Court while she was under the influence of a controlled substance. The incident occurred on May 2 at about 2:33 p.m. in New Garden Township. Court staff notified police after they saw Enriquez struggling to unfold money in her hand, swaying, closing her eyes, and bobbing her head while standing.
Isaiah M. Rojas, 20, of Kennett Square, was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct after an incident on April 21 at about 4:20 p.m. in a parking lot at 345 Scarlett Road in New Garden Township. The victim reported that she was parked in the lot when Rojas pulled up next to her vehicle. She looked over and noticed that he was reclined in his seat. He reportedly had his genitals exposed.