NEW­TOWN TOWN­SHIP PO­LICE RE­PORT

The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is

pro­vided by the New­town Town­ship Po­lice Depart­ment:

Tues­day, June 18

THEFT - At ap­prox­i­mately 7 a.m. a res­i­dent from Colo­nial Drive called po­lice to re­port that his brief­case was stolen from his un­locked ve­hi­cle overnight.

Wed­nes­day, June 19

C,7(D - 3ROLFH PRnLWRUHG WUDI­fiF on Sec­ond Street Pike in Wright­stown Town­ship be­tween 8:45 and 10 a.m. isVuLnJ FLWDWLRnV WR fiYH PRWRULVWV wKR Hx­ceeded the posted speed limit.

THEFTS FROM sE­HI­CLES - At ap­prox­i­mately 9:45 a.m. a res­i­dent of Colo­nial Drive called po­lice to re­port that some­time overnight some­one en­tered two of their ve­hi­cles, which were un­locked at the time of the thefts. One of the cars had pa­per­work thrown all around but noth­ing was re­ported miss­ing. Sev­eral com­pact discs, a pair of gloves and a win­ter hat were stolen from the sec­ond ve­hi­cle. A Ford Ex­pe­di­tion was also en­tered. Com­pact discs were stolen as well as a pair of leather gloves and a win­ter hat. The value of the stolen items was pro­vided.

Thurs­day, June 20

SUS­PI­CIOUS CHECK - At ap­prox­i­mately 9:40 a.m. a res­i­dent of Ridge Av­enue in Wright­stown came to head­quar­ters to re­port that she had re­ceived a piece of sus­pi­cious mail. The res­i­dent VKRwHG WKH RI­fiFHU D FKHFN VKH UHFHLYHG that ap­peared to be is­sued by an in­sur­ance com­pany in an amount more than $800 with in­struc­tions to cash the check and re­turn $500 to the sender. The of­fiFHU HxSODLnHG WKDW WKLV LV D FRPPRn scam and ad­vised the woman to shred the check.

Fri­day, June 21

FRAUD - Shortly be­fore 1 p.m. a res­i­dent of East Park Road called po­lice to re­port fraud­u­lent ac­tiv­ity on her credit

CITED - At ap­prox­i­mately 3 a.m. an RI­fiFHU Rn SDWURO VWRSSHG D PRWRULVW Rn Rich­boro Road due to mul­ti­ple ve­hi­cle FRGH YLRODWLRnV. $W WKH VWRS WKH RI­fi­cer ob­served sev­eral items as­so­ci­ated with mar­i­juana use in plain view in­side WKH YHKLFOH. 7KH GULYHU, LGHnWL­fiHG DV 18 year-old Collin An­der­son of Tim­ber Road in Northamp­ton Town­ship, will re­ceive two ci­ta­tions charg­ing him with the ve­hi­cle code vi­o­la­tions and the para­pher­na­lia.

NOISE COM­PLAINTS - Be­tween the hours of 11 p.m. and midnight po­lice re­sponded to three sep­a­rate noise com­plaints in var­i­ous lo­ca­tions. Two of the com­plaints were from res­i­dents re­port­ing neigh­bors sit­ting out­side mak­ing ex­ces­sive noise. Po­lice spoke with the hosts who agreed to take their guests in­side to re­duce the noise. The third com­plaint was a res­i­dent who re­ported what VRunGHG OLNH VKRWV EHLnJ fiUHG RU SHUKDSV fiUHwRUNV. 7KH VRuUFH RI WKDW nRLVH wDV not lo­cated.

Sun­day, June 23

UN­DER­AGE DRINK­ING - Just be­fore 1 a.m. po­lice re­sponded to a home of Cro­cus Lane along with an am­bu­lance for a re­port of a ju­ve­nile who had con­sumed an ex­ces­sive amount of al­co­hol. The vic­tim’s par­ents had been sum­moned by one of the teenagers in the house and FDOOHG SROLFH wKHn WKHy DUULYHG. 2IfiFHUV learned that the own­ers of the home were out of town and their teenager in­vited IULHnGV RYHU. 2I WKH fiYH WHHnV Ln WKH house, three of them had con­sumed al­co­hol and will re­ceive ci­ta­tions charg­ing them with un­der­age drink­ing. Par­ents RI DOO WKH WHHnV LnYROYHG wHUH nRWL­fiHG RI the sit­u­a­tion.

FRAUD - At ap­prox­i­mately 1:25 p.m. a res­i­dent of Jeri­cho sal­ley called po­lice WR UHSRUW WKDW DIWHU VHHLnJ D flyHU DGYHUtis­ing an op­por­tu­nity to make $ 3,000 for hav­ing an ad­ver­tise­ment shot in their home. An ap­point­ment was made for later in the day. The res­i­dent re­con­sid­ered the sit­u­a­tion and thought it might be a

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