NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP POLICE REPORT
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.