NEW­TOWN TOWN­SHIP PO­LICE RE­PORT

The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

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

Tues­day, July 2

THEFT - Po­lice were dis­patched to a home in Wright­stown around 3W30 p.m. af­ter a res­i­dent called to re­port a theft RI MHWHOUY. 7KH VLFWLP WROG WKH RI­fiFHU that a con­trac­tor had been work­ing in her home for ap­prox­i­mately three hours ear­lier in the day. Af­ter the worker left, the woman dis­cov­ered a pair of di­a­mond ear­rings were miss­ing. The vic­tim called the owner of the con­tract­ing com­pany and re­ported the theft. Po­lice said the worker ad­mit­ted the theft and the ear­rings were re­turned. The vic­tim was con­tent with the out­come and de­clined pros­e­cu­tion of the man in­volved.

HIT AND RUN - Just af­ter 11 p.m. po­lice were dis­patched to Quince Cir­cle for a hit and run of an unat­tended veKLFOH. 7KH RI­fiFHU VSRNH WLWK WKH FDOOHU who re­lated that while in­side his res­i­dence he heard a loud noise that sounded like a ve­hi­cle crash. As he left his res­i­dence and walked to­wards his truck he no­ticed that his ve­hi­cle had been struck by an un­known ve­hi­cle. The ve­hi­cle was prop­erly parked on the right side of Honey Lo­cust Lane and sus­tained mi­nor dam­ages to the front left fender ar­eas. The area was checked with no IUUWKHU fiQGLQJV. 7KH VHKLFOH RWQHU WDV ad­vised to con­tact his in­sur­ance com­pany in re­gards to this in­ci­dent.

Wed­nes­day, July 3

DUI CHARGES PEND­ING - At ap­prox­i­mately 12W25 a.m. po­lice ob­served a mo­torist on the New­town By­pass who DSSHDUHG WR EH KDVLQJ GLI­fiFUOWY VWDYing in the travel lane and was ex­ceed­ing WKH VSHHG OLPLW. 7KH RI­fiFHU VWRSSHG WKH mo­torist and af­ter a brief in­ves­ti­ga­tion the driver, Alexan­der Gold­berg, 22, of Straw­berry Lane in Northamp­ton Town­ship was ar­rested and taken to St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter to have blood drawn for test­ing. Charges of DUI are pend­ing the re­sults of the lab work.

Thurs­day, July 4

FRAUD - At ap­prox­i­mately 9W50 am po­lice were dis­patched to a res­i­dence on Mill­ford Court for a fraud com­plaint. The res­i­dents ex­plained that their debit card was used to make a fraud­u­lent pur­chase re­cently for pool sup­plies val­ued at more than $500 to be sent some­one LQ )ORULGD. 7KH EDQN WDV QRWL­fiHG DQG the card was can­celed. The res­i­dent also con­tacted the pool sup­ply com­pany in an ef­fort to stop the ship­ment.

SO­LIC­I­TA­TION COM­PLAINT - Po­lice re­sponded to the park­ing lot of sil­lage at New­town South shortly be­fore 11W30 a.m. for a com­plaint of a man who was ap­proach­ing peo­ple try­ing to VHOO VSHDNHUV IURP KLV VDQ. 2IfiFHUV checked the area with neg­a­tive con­tact.

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Fri­day, July 5

DUI CHARGE - At ap­prox­i­mately 1W35 a.m. po­lice stopped a mo­torist on the New­town By­pass near Lower Sil­ver Lake Road due to mul­ti­ple ve­hi­cle code vi­o­la­tions. At the stop the driver, An­ton Lap­shy­nou, 24, of Ewingville Road in Ewing, N.J., was ar­rested and trans­ported to St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter to have blood draw for test­ing. Lap­shy­nou re­fused to al­low the blood draw. Charges RI D8, WLOO EH fiOHG DQG D VUPPRQV LV­sued by mail to Lap­shy­nou.

SOLICTING WITH­OUT A PER­MIT - A res­i­dent of Spar­row Walk called po­lice around 4W40 p.m. to re­port a man go­ing door-to-door so­lic­it­ing for an elec­tric com­pany. The re­spond­ing of­fiFHU ORFDWHG WKH PDQ WKR GLG QRW KDVH a proper so­lic­it­ing re­port is­sued by the po­lice depart­ment. The man was ad­vised as to the process of get­ting a per­mit and told to leave the area un­til he gets the au­tho­rized per­mit.

Sun­day, July 7

CI­TA­TIONS IS­SUED - Shortly af­ter 12 D.P. DQ RI­fiFHU VWRSSHG D PRWRULVW on South Sy­camore Street for a ve­hi­cle code vi­o­la­tion. At the stop it was de­ter­mined that the three male oc­cu­pants in the ve­hi­cle had con­sumed al­co­hol. The two pas­sen­gers, a 19 year old from New­town and a 20 year old from Wright- VWRWQ WLOO UHFHLVH QRQ-WUDI­fiF FLWDWLRQV charg­ing them with un­der­age drink­ing. The driver, a 21-year-old from So­ci­ety Place in New­town Town­ship, had con­sumed al­co­hol as well, but was within the le­gal limit to drive. He will re­ceive D WUDI­fiF FLWDWLRQ FKDUJLQJ KLP WLWK WKH ve­hi­cle code vi­o­la­tion.

DUI CHARGES PEND­ING - Just be­fore 3 a.m. po­lice ob­served a mo­torist on the New­town By­pass com­mit var­iRUV WUDI­fiF VLRODWLRQV DQG SHUIRUPHG D WUDI­fiF VWRS. $W WKH VWRS, WKH GULVHU, 23-year-old Leanne McMacken of Atkin­i­son Place in Northamp­ton Town­ship was taken into cus­tody for DUI. She was trans­ported to St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter where she was read the PA Im­plied Con­sent and blood was drawn. Charges of DUI are pend­ing the re­sults of the blood work.

SHAT­TERED GLASS - Po­lice re­sponded to a res­i­dence on Har­mony Way around 11 a.m. for a re­port of a VKDWWHUHG IURQW VWRUP GRRU. 7KH RI­fiFHU ob­served the dam­age and the dam­age ap­peared to have been caused by a stone thrown from a lawn mower or a weather-re­lated in­ci­dent. A com­plete in­ves­ti­ga­tion of the ex­te­rior of the prop­erty showed no signs of foul play.

THEFTS FROM sE­HI­CLES - At ap­prox­i­mately 5W30 p.m. po­lice re­sponded to the park­ing lot of the swim­ming pool at the New­town Grant Recre­ation Cen­ter for a re­port of theft from two ve­hi­cles. The own­ers of the cars re­ported that they parked their cars around 4W30 to go swim­ming, and when they re­turned they found that sev­eral items had been taken from of each of the cars. Both ve­hi­cles were un­locked and had the win­dows down.

Mon­day, July 8

SCAM - Po­lice re­ceived two sep­a­rate com­plaints of sus­pi­cious phone calls re­ceived by res­i­dents. Each of the res­i­dents re­ported re­ceiv­ing phone calls from a man stat­ing that he was with the FBI and there were ar­rests war­rants for each of the in­di­vid­u­als. One of the res­i­dents told the caller he would check with his lo­cal po­lice about the sit­u­a­tion and the call was ter­mi­nated by the caller. Po­lice are aware of this sort of scam where the caller even­tu­ally asks for money in or­der to void the al­leged war­rant.

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