NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP POLICE REPORT
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
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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
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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.
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