THEFTS — Three unsecured team lockers at Springfield High School, 1801 Paper Mill Road, were found entered between 3 and 6 p.m. Nov. 22, and a small amount of currency, a gift card and earbuds were stolen, police said.
BURGLARY — Bruno’s, 9800 Germantown Pike, reported Nov. 21 the restaurant was burglarized Nov. 18 around 1:25 a.m., police said. Entry was made through an unsecured window and currency was taken, police said. The alarm was activated, but the owner and police were not notified, though the owner noticed an activation on a keypad Nov. 18 and found the cash register on the floor with some money missing, police said. A review of security video shows two males inside, police said. Investigation is continuing.
THEFT — Patrick Eliff, 40, of Ambler, was charged Nov. 23 with dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity, retail theft, theft and receiving stolen property in connection with an Oct. 19 incident, according to online court records.
FORGERY — Victoria B. Ventimiglia, 28, of Philadelphia, was charged Nov. 19 with multiple counts of forgery, dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity, unlawful use of a computer, criminal use of a communication facility, identity theft, unauthorized access of a device and receiving stolen property in connection with an Oct. 16 incident, online court records show. She was arraigned and released on $5,000 unsecured bail.
ASSAULT — Jonah E. Potts, 18, of Blue Bell, was charged with simple assault and harassment Nov. 24, online court records show. He was arraigned and released on $10,000 unsecured bail.
ROBBERY — Nicholas J. Larson, 39, of Ambler, was charged Nov. 19 with robbery, theft, receiving stolen property, unlawful restraint and recklessly endangering another person, online court records show. He was arraigned and taken to Montgomery County Prison on $100,000 cash bail and released the next day after posting a bond. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 5.