The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is pro­vided by the New­town Town­ship Po­lice


Satur­day, June 15

CofjfkAi jf­pCefbF - At ap­prox­i­mately 7:30 a.m. an oI­fi­cer re­sponded to a home on Grant ptreet Ior a re­port oI dam­age to a mailEox that oc­curred overnight. When the oI­fi­cer ar­rived at the lo­ca­tion, the home­owner met him at his patrol ve­hi­cle and in­Iormed the oI­fi­cer that he Iound cash and an apol­ogy note in the mailEox. The home­owner ad­vised the oI­fi­cer that since the per­son re­spon­siEle Ior the dam­age had made resti­tu­tion no Iur­ther po­lice ac­tion was re­quired.

Drf CeAodbp mbkDfkd - phortly aIter 12 p.m., po­lice were dis­patched to the 2500 Elock oI pe­cond ptreet mike in Wright­stown Town­ship Ior a re­port oI a one-ve­hi­cle traIfic ac­ci­dent with in­Muries. The re­spond­ing oI­fi­cer met with the driver oI the ve­hi­cle who was iden­ti­fied as 48-year-old Joseph bl­lis Jr oI ians­ing ptreet in mhiladel­phia. bl­lis was out oI the ve­hi­cle, which was in a ditch; the oI­fi­cer oEserved visiEle cuts and bl­lis ap­peared lethar­gic. A wit­ness at the scene told po­lice that bl­lis had stopped his ve­hi­cle on the road in Iront oI her home and asked her Ior gas Ior his car. AIter bl­lis spoke with the wit­ness and was get­ting into his car, it started to roll Eack­wards and the driver side door knocked bl­lis to the ground. While bl­lis was on the ground, the ve­hi­cle ran over his leg caus­ing in­Mury. bl­lis was trans­ported Ey amEu­lance to pt. jary jed­i­cal Cen­ter Ior an eval­u­a­tion and treat­ment oI his in­Muries. At the hos­pi­tal, bl­lis agreed to a Elood draw to Ee suEmit­ted to the crime laE Ior anal­y­sis. Charges oI Drf are pend­ing the re­sults oI the Elood work.

Sun­day, June 16

JrpT TbXTfkd - Around 1:45 a.m. po­lice were dis­patched to the 7-11 on py­camore ptreet aIter an em­ployee re­ported a car in the park­ing lot oc­cu­pied Ey a Ie­male who ap­peared to Ee passed out. The re­spond­ing oI­fi­cer did not lo­cate the car in ques­tion, Eut the em­ployee came out oI the store to in­Iorm the oI­fi­cer that the woman had moved and was parked in a lot across the street. The oI­fi­cer spoke with the Ie­male in ques­tion and learned that she had parked at the 7-11 to text Eut leIt when the em­ployee in­di­cated she shouldn’t Ee in the park­ing lot. ko Iur­ther po­lice ac­tion was needed.

Mon­day, June 17

CfTATfOkp fp­prbD - mo­lice con­ducted a traIfic de­tail on iin­ton eill ooad Eetween 9:20 and 10:50 is­su­ing twelve ci­ta­tions to mo­torists Ior var­i­ous traIfic vi­o­la­tions.

mrBifC Dorkhbkkbpp - At ap­prox­i­mately 12:50 p.m. po­lice were dis­patched to Buck ooad to check the well-Ee­ing oI a Ie­male who was re­port­edly stag­ger­ing all over the road­way. The first oI­fi­cer in the area oEserved the woman walk­ing south on the shoul­der oI Buck ooad Must south oI the kew­town By­pass. pince the sit­u­a­tion was un­saIe Ior the pedes­trian the oI­fi­cer ap­proached her and im­me­di­ately de­tected a strong odor oI al­co­holic Eev­er­ages com­ing Irom her. The woman iden­ti­fied herselI as 50-year-old ma­tri­cia iaudon Irom ko­rthamp­ton Town­ship and told the oI­fi­cer that she was hot and wanted to Ee taken home. An amEu­lance was sum­moned to check on iaudon’s health and a por­taEle Ereath test was ad­min­is­tered which pro­vided a pos­i­tive read­ing. The medics ac­cepted iaudon’s de­ci­sion to reIuse med­i­cal treat­ment and on oI­fi­cer trans­ported her home. phe will re­ceive a ci­ta­tion in the mail charg­ing her with puElic drunk­en­ness.

iOfTbofkd JrVbkfibp - Around 8:15 p.m. po­lice re­sponded to Ard­s­ley Court Ior a com­plaint oI Mu­ve­niles loi­ter­ing and skateEoard­ing. The re­spond­ing oI­fi­cer lo­cated the teens and de­ter­mined that they were not do­ing any­thing wrong. ko Iur­ther po­lice ac­tion was needed. made with the prop­erty owner who was at the shore. The owner gave per­mis­sion Ior oI­fi­cers to en­ter the home. rpon en­ter­ing the home sev­eral youths were Iound in the Ease­ment along with cups con­tain­ing Eeer and empty Eeer cans. Their par­ents were con­tacted and asked to pick them up. ft was learned that the owner’s 17-year-old daugh­ter had hosted the party that was at­tended Ey ap­prox­i­mately 30 youths. OI­fi­cers de­ter­mined that 13 oI the at­ten­dees had Eeen drink­ing and were un­der­age. They will Ee reIerred to the Youth Aid manel Ior the liquor law vi­o­la­tions.

mrBifC Dorkhbkkbpp - 295 Buck ooad at Big eead’s Bar. OI­fi­cers re­ceived a re­port from an em­ployee of the bar that some­one had ripped a uri­nal from the wall of the men’s room. ft was de­ter­mined through in­ves­ti­ga­tion that Justin Bern­stein, 32, of eol­land, had caused the dam­age. While tak­ing Bern­stein into cus­tody he was found to be in pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia. Bern­stein was re­turned to po­lice head­quar­ters and pro­cessed. Charges re­lat­ing to pub­lic drunk­en­ness and pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia will be filed via sum­mons.

Sun­day, June 9

BrodiAoY - 1370 Almshouse ooad at Farm and dar­den pta­tion. A rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the busi­ness re­ported that an un­known ac­tor had forced en­try into the build­ing. Found miss­ing was $38 in change from an open reg­is­ter.

Drf - jid­dle eol­land ooad by paint ieonard’s ooad. While in­ves­ti­gat­ing a traf­fic crash on jid­dle eol­land ooad an of­fi­cer heard an ap­proach­ing ve­hi­cle that had its right front pas­sen­ger wheel in­ter­mit­tently lock­ing up as it moved. The of­fi­cer re­turned to his patrol ve­hi­cle and caught up to the car, ob­serv­ing it driv­ing er­rat­i­cally. The ve­hi­cle was stopped and the op­er­a­tor iden­ti­fied as ma­tri­cia Doyle, 49, of eol­land. When asked about the locked wheel she said she was un­aware of any prob­lem. Based on ob­ser­va­tions and her in­abil­ity to suc­cess­fully com­plete a se­ries of field dex­ter­ity tests, she was taken into cus­tody on sus­pi­cion of hav­ing been driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence. Doyle was trans­ported to the pt. jary jed­i­cal Cen­ter where she re­fused to sub­mit to the draw­ing of blood for anal­y­sis. Doyle was trans­ported to po­lice head­quar­ters and pro­cessed be­fore be­ing re­leased into the care of a friend. Charges re­lat­ing to Driv­ing rn­der the fn­flu­ence at the high­est level will be filed as is re­quired when the op­er­a­tor re­fuses to sub­mit to the draw­ing of blood sam­ples when re­quested by po­lice.

Drf-obiATbD CoApe - Of­fi­cers were dis­patched to a re­port of a ve­hi­cle strik­ing a mail­box on Fairhill Drive. The caller told po­lice the driver ap­peared to be highly in­tox­i­cated and that the ve­hi­cle had left the scene. The caller was able to fur­nish a regis­tra­tion plate num­ber. Of­fi­cers went to the reg­is­tered owner’s home in Churchville and found the ve­hi­cle, which was un­oc­cu­pied. The op­er­a­tor was found passed out in a chair in the homes liv­ing room. ee was iden­ti­fied as hen­neth iubold, 51, who when awak­ened ad­mit­ted to hav­ing been the driver. Ob­ser­va­tions of iubold by the of­fi­cer and his in­abil­ity to even be­gin field dex­ter­ity tests due to his phys­i­cal con­di­tion, led to his be­ing taken into cus­tody on sus­pi­cion of hav­ing been driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence. ee was trans­ported to the pt. jary jed­i­cal Cen­ter where sam­ples of his blood were ob­tained for anal­y­sis be­fore be­ing brought to po­lice head­quar­ters and pro­cessed. Charges re­lat­ing to Drf are pend­ing the lab re­port.

Mon­day, June 10

Te­bFT - 287 eol­land ooad at the eol­land phell sta­tion. A rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the busi­ness re­ported that a dark green Ford Tau­rus, op­er­ated by a white male, had pulled up to the pumps where the op­er­a­tor pro­ceeded to pump $30.07 worth of gas be­fore leav­ing with­out hav­ing paid. The ve­hi­cle was last seen trav­el­ing north­bound on Buck ooad.

Tues­day, June 12

CofjfkAi jf­pCefbF - dal­loway ooad. The com­plainant stated that an un­known ac­tor had scratched the pas­sen­ger side door and hood area on his ve­hi­cle that was parked in the drive­way. ko value was given for the dam­age.

AoobpT - Fol­low­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion, an ar­rest war­rant was ob­tained for Dustin pherbin, 26, of oich­boro, charg­ing him with the sale of con­trolled sub­stances in ko­rthamp­ton Town­ship. pherbin was ar­raigned be­fore Dis­trict Judge kasshorn and re­manded to the Bucks County Cor­rec­tional Fa­cil­ity in lieu of $30,000 (10%) bail.

Te­bFT FoOj Vbe­fCib - iehigh Drive. The vic­tim re­ported that on June 11 his imad, val­ued at $350, was stolen from in­side his ve­hi­cle that was parked in the drive­way and had been left un­locked.

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