Police Blotter for the week of July 9
By J. Chambless
TWO CITED FOR
Daniel G. Hoxter, 69, and Timothy J. Wilson, 53, both of West Grove, were cited for harassment after they reportedly directed threatening, vulgar, and obscene language at two postal employees in the parking lot of the West Grove Post Office. The incident, which was a dispute over parking, occurred on May 3 at about 1:20 p.m. and occurred where customers were entering and leaving the post office and well as where parents and children were standing in line at the ice cream stand. Citations were filed against both subjects.
ARREST FOR THREATS
James M. O'Donnell, 47, of Chadds Ford, was arrested by Southern Chester County Regional Police and charged with making terroristic threats, harassment, and disorderly conduct after an incident on May 25. Police were called by the manager of a pizza business on Scarlett Road in New Garden Township, who said that a man had been calling the business and threatening to come and kill the pizza delivery person and the manager. He allegedly called several times, threatening to kill everyone at the business and the police.
Alejandro Quintino-Camacho, 37, of Wilmington, Del., was arrested by Southern Chester County Regional Police and charged with aggravated assault and related offenses after he attempted to stab another man in the abdomen with a knife. The incident occurred on May 26 in the 8800 block of Gap Newport Pike in New Garden Township. As Quintino-Camacho fled the scene, he allegedly threatened that he would be back for the victim. While police were on the scene, Camacho returned and was immediately taken into custody.
Jose Alejandro-Murillo, 33, of Lincoln University, was arrested and charged with DUI and with being an unlicensed driver following an incident on June 20 at 3 a.m. in the 8900 block of Gap Newport Pike in New Garden Township. Officers from Southern Chester County Regional Police saw a 2010 Honda parked and partially blocking a handicapped parking space at the Sunoco gas station. The vehicle's engine was running, its turn signal was on, and Alejandro-Murillo was asleep with his legs out of the open door.
Joanne K. Tighe, 59, of Landenberg, was arrested by Southern Chester County Regional Police and charged with DUI and other charges after the 2008 Chevrolet she was driving struck the rear of an occupied 2017 Nissan and she drove away. The collision occurred on May 26 at Baltimore Pike and Bancroft Road in New Garden Township. After the crash, the operator of the other vehicle followed Tighe to a liquor store where her car's registration was obtained.