NORTHAMP­TON TOWN­SHIP PO­LICE RE­PORT

The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is pro­vided by the Northamp­ton Town­ship Po­lice Depart­ment:

Mon­day, Oct. 15

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – An un­locked car parked in a drive­way in the 100 block of sal­ley Drive was en­tered and $18 in cash and three debit cards were taken from a wal­let.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – A ve­hi­cle left un­locked on Fries­land Drive was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle were a hunt­ing bow val­ued at $300 and $190 in cash.

Wed­nes­day, Oct. 17

THEFT FROM sEHICLE -- Three ve­hi­cles left un­locked on the unit block of Ar­bor Road were en­tered some­time be­tween 4 p.m. Oct. 16 and 5:30 a.m. Oct. 17. Taken from one of the ve­hi­cles was a GPS unit val­ued at $250.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE -- A ve­hi­cle left un­locked on Devon Road was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle was a briefcase and a lap­top com­puter.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – A ve­hi­cle left un­locked on the 200 block of Twin­ing Ford Road was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle was a dig­i­tal cam­era.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE -- A car parked on the unit block of Cherry Blos­som Drive was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle were two GPS units val­ued at an es­ti­mated $410.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE -- A ve­hi­cle left un­locked was en­tered on the unit block of Ar­bor Road was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle were three pairs of sun­glasses val­ued at $30.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – A ve­hi­cle left un­locked on the rnit block off Cherry Blos­som Drive was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle was $30 from a wal­let.

Fri­day, Oct.19

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – A ve­hi­cle left un­locked on the 100 block of Strat­ford Drive was en­tered. Taken from the ve­hi­cle were a cell phone and a GPS unit.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – A ve­hi­cle on the unit block of Brandy­wine Court was en­tered by known per­sons. Con­tents of a bank en­ve­lope were taken. No value was given.

BrRGLARv -- A home on the unit block of Heather Road was en­tered. Taken from the home was ap­prox­i­mately $150 in cash.

THEFT FROM sEHICLE – While in­ves­ti­gat­ing a ve­hi­cle in the sil­lage Shires Community Cen­ter, an of­fi­cer re­cov­ered a GPS unit that he de­ter­mined had been stolen from a ve­hi­cle on Bren­dan Court ap­prox­i­mately three weeks ear­lier. In­ves­ti­ga­tion into the theft is con­tin­u­ing. and found that one of the win­dows had been tam­pered with. It is be­lieved that en­try was not made due to a large dog.

Sun­day, Oct. 14

THEFT - At ap­prox­i­mately 3:15 a.m., po­lice were dis­patched to the area of Foun­tain Farm Lane to meet with a taxi driver. The driver re­ported that his cus­tomer had fled the area on foot with­out pay­ing for the cab fare. The value of the taxi ser­vice was $78.65.

Mon­day, Oct. 15

REQrEST FOR PA­TROLS - At ap­prox­i­mately 10:45, a res­i­dent from Honey Lo­cust called po­lice to re­quest ex­tra pa­trols af­ter school and on week­ends. The res­i­dent is wor­ried that youth, who ride their scoot­ers, skate­boards and bikes on his prop­erty with­out his per­mis­sion, could get injured and/or cause dam­age to his prop­erty.

Tues­day, Oct. 16

TRrCK DE­TAIL - At ap­prox­i­mately 7 a.m., po­lice con­ducted a truck en­force­ment de­tail in the area of New­town By­pass and Cam­pus Drive. A to­tal of eight trucks were stopped, with three Level 1 in­spec­tions be­ing com­pleted. As a re­sult, there were two vi­o­la­tions found, and one ci­ta­tion is­sued.

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