The following crimes are from the week of July 19 to July 26, 2015.

Police arrested 27-year-old Devon Jackson of 900 block of East Price St. for allegedly raping a man in Chestnut Hill on July 20.

According to the police report, at approximately 12 a.m., a 26-year-old man was having drinks with Jackson, when he blacked out. The man woke up nude to discover Jackson attempting to have sex with him. The man passed out two more times before discovering he had been sexually assaulted.

July 20. 8300 block of Millman Street. Unknown person entered resident’s detached shed and stole one Specialized silver road bike worth $1,200 and a black and red Scott mountain bike worth $1,000. Resident left shed unlocked.

July 23. 7700 block of Stenton Avenue. A man said an African American woman approximately 36-30 years old, wearing a pink dress stole his cell phone, wallet, I.D., key and $210 while he was in the bathroom.

July 23. Unit block of Tohopeka Lane. A woman parked her vehicle and when she returned discovered that her marine insurance and one roll of quarters worth $10 were taken from her vehicle. There was no forced entry. Woman said the vehicle was locked.

July 24. 8700 Germantown Ave. A man said three unknown African American men entered the store and stole one bottle of Ciroq Vodka, one bottle of Coconut Ciroq Vodka by concealing the bottles in their waistbands. Valued at $132.

Summary: Three thefts, one theft from vehicle and one rape

If you have been a victim of a crime and would like information, service or support, call Northwest Victim Services, 6301 Germantown Ave. 215-438-4410. The service is free.

Community Crime Meeting – Aug. 19 – 7 p.m. – Wadsworth Library – 1500 Wadsworth Ave.

Captain Kinebrew and the 14th district police officers invite you to attend this police sector area meeting. The 14th Police District is divided into four surveillance sectors known as Police Service Areas, each supervised by a lieutenant. PSA 4 covers Chestnut Hill, portions of Mt. Airy and Cedarbrook. This is a great opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have in your neighborhood. For more information call 215-686-3140.