Recent Arrests by the Plymouth Township Police Department

The Plymouth Township Police Department has been busy locating and arresting suspects for recent crimes. Here is a rundown of five recent arrests.

Back in May, reported that the Plymouth Township Police Department was seeking info on the theft of vacuums and other items from Boscov’s at the Plymouth Meeting Mall and the location of a suspect Jeron Thompson (pictured top left). On June 15th, Thompson was arrested by the Philadelphia Police Department and he has been transported to Montgomery County.

Earlier in June, reported that the Plymouth Township Police Department was seeking Dickson Wong (pictured top right) as a suspect in the burglary of a restaurant in the food court at the Plymouth Meeting Mall. On June 8th, Wong was located in an apartment in Norristown where he was taken into custody by the Norristown Police Department and Plymouth Township Police Department.

We missed this one when it happened. On May 31st, the Plymouth Township Police Department responded to a burglary at Sal’s Barbershop at 1011 Germantown Pike. The investigation led them to seeking the location of Sean Nicholas (pictured bottom left) and a warrant was issued May 31st. On June 4th a tip led police to America’s Best Value Inn in Norristown. Nicholas was taken into custody without incident by officers of the Norristown Police and Plymouth Township Police Departments.

Earlier in June, reported on retail theft at the Home Depot in Conshohocken. The incident was caught on tape and the police department was seeking two suspects, a man and woman. The suspects, Elizabeth DeGideo and Kevin Kelly, turned themselves in on June 6th. DeGideo was charged with robbery, retail theft, receiving stolen property and criminal conspiracy. Kelly was charged with retail theft and criminal conspiracy.