Created on Thursday, 06 January 2011 15:03
A North Wales woman is accused of calling Lansdale Police on two occasions late last month with unfounded reports of crimes. One call was about a fight in progress, while the other was a harassment complaint. Both calls sent police to a home on Columbia Avenue, where the resident said he suspected his former girlfriend made the calls. Police executed a search warrant on her cell phone provider and found that the calls were made from her phone on the days and times in question. 24-year-old Gil-Estel Delmarmol of South Third Street in North Wales is charged with making false reports to law enforcement. Lansdale Police say they want the public to understand that cell phone records are accessible, and they will be used as evidence in prosecution when a phone is used in committing a crime.