NORTHAMP­TON TOWN­SHIP PO­LICE RE­PORT

The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

a.m. a res­i­dent of Parkview Way called po­lice to re­port that her purse was stolen from in­side her ve­hi­cle some­time overnight. The vic­tim told po­lice the purse con­tained her credit cards, per­sonal iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and ap­prox­i­mately $NMM in cash

Fri­day, July 12

DrI CeARGES PEND­ING - At ap­prox­i­mately 6WOR p.m. po­lice re­sponded to a re­port of a one-ve­hi­cle traf­fic ac­ci­dent on New­town­vard­ley Road. The first of­fi­cer to ar­rive at the scene lo­cated the ve­hi­cle which was in the road­way with the front right axle snapped off but the driver was not in­side. The of­fi­cer was in­formed that the driver walked over to the bank across the street and the of­fi­cer went to find him. The driver, gohn Ku­bis gr., RT, of Nick­el­hill Lane in Le­vit­town told po­lice that he was not in­jured. ee also told po­lice that he was trav­el­ing on the road and his ve­hi­cle just stopped. While speak­ing with Ku­bis po­lice formed the opin­ion that he had driven af­ter con­sum­ing al­co­hol. ee was placed un­der ar­rest and trans­ported to St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter for a blood draw. Charges of DrI are pend­ing the re­sults of the blood work.

Satur­day, July 13

AT­TEMPTED TeEFT - A res­i­dent of Windy Bush Road called po­lice at ap­prox­i­mately NW4M p.m. to re­port an at­tempted theft from ve­hi­cle. The re­spond­ing of­fi­cer spoke with the caller and a neigh­bor and learned that the sub­ject was a thin male ap­prox­i­mately 6 feet tall, ear length brown hair with jeans and a white t-shirt in his OMs. The sub­ject was seen open­ing a side tool cabi­net on the rear of the truck but ran from the area. Of­fi­cers checked the area and spoke with po­ten­tial wit­ness who did not pro­vide any ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion to help with the in­ves­ti­ga­tion. Noth­ing was taken from the truck.

FRArD - Around TW4R p.m. a res­i­dent of ear­mony Way called po­lice to re­port fraud­u­lent ac­tiv­ity on her credit card ac­count. The vic­tim in­formed po­lice that the credit card com­pany will con­duct an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the sit­u­a­tion.

Sun­day, July 14

CRIM­I­NAL MISCeIEF - Shortly af­ter NO p.m. po­lice re­sponded to the area of Foun­tain Farm Lane for a re­port of crim­i­nal mis­chief to ve­hi­cles. As the of­fi­cer ar­rived in the area he ob­served sev­eral res­i­dents clean­ing eggs and mus­tard from their cars. No sus­pect in­for­ma­tion was pro­vided.

DrI CeARGES PEND­ING - Around 6W3M p.m. po­lice were dis­patched to the area of Durham Road near the Clark Na­ture Cen­ter for a re­port of a dis­abled ve­hi­cle. rpon ar­rival of­fi­cers de­tected the odor of al­co­hol com­ing from the driver, who was iden­ti­fied as RO-year-old Thomas Lavelle of Ess­ing­ton. Lavelle was taken into cus­tody and trans­ported to St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter to have blood drawn for test­ing. Charges of DrI are pend­ing the re­sults of the lab work. The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is pro­vided by the Northamp­ton Town­ship Po­lice Depart­ment:

Tues­day, July 2

CRIM­I­NAL MISCeIEF - 34R New­town– Rich­boro Road at the Northamp­ton Town­ship Civic Cen­ter. A rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the Depart­ment of Pub­lic Works (DPW) re­ported find­ing that some­one had cut the pad­locks off of the ac­cess doors to the aban­doned mis­sile si­los. No value was given for the locks. DPW re-se­cured the doors.

Wed­nes­day, July 3

TeEFT FROM sEeICLE - NMM block of Clover Road. The com­plainant re­ported the theft of an iPod from her ve­hi­cle on guly N. The iPod had an es­ti­mated value of $NRM.

Fri­day, July 5

DrI - Buck at East eol­land roads. An of­fi­cer on patrol trav­el­ing south on Buck Road ob­served a ve­hi­cle trav­el­ing north­bound in the south­bound lane of travel by Wood­lake Drive. The of­fi­cer was able to avoid a col­li­sion, turned around to catch up to the ve­hi­cle see­ing it drive al­most off of the right side of the road, then back into the op­pos­ing lane be­fore run­ning a red light at Buck and East eol­land roads. The of­fi­cer stopped the ve­hi­cle and iden­ti­fied the op­er­a­tor as goseph Gabriele, 36, of Gil­bertsville. Based on ob­ser­va­tions, along with his in­abil­ity to suc­cess­fully com­plete a se­ries of field dex­ter­ity tests, the of­fi­cer took him into cus­tody on sus­pi­cion of hav­ing been driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence. ee was trans­ported to the St. Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter where sam­ples of his blood were ob­tained for anal­y­sis be­fore be­ing brought to po­lice head­quar­ters for pro­cess­ing. Fol­low­ing pro­cess­ing he was re­leased to a fam­ily mem­ber. Charges re­lat­ing to DrI are pend­ing the lab re­port.

Satur­day, July 6

TeEFT FROM sEeICLE - Blue­bird Road. The vic­tim re­ported that some­time be­tween guly R and 6 un­known ac­tor(s) en­tered her un­locked ve­hi­cle that was parked in the drive­way and took a ny­lon gym bag that con­tained, among other items, an iPod. No value was giv-

en for the stolen items.

Tues­day, July 9

BrRLGLARv - Bryan Drive. The com­plainant re­ported that some­time be­tween guly 8 and 9 un­known ac­tor(s) en­tered his garage through an open garage door then en­tered ve­hi­cles parked in the garage. Found to have been taken were two pairs of sun­glasses, one from each of the ve­hi­cles, and beer from a re­frig­er­a­tor in the garage. No value was given for the stolen items.

DrI - eol­land Road by Rot­ter­dam Drive, West .An of­fi­cer on patrol ob­served a ve­hi­cle trav­el­ing south­bound in the north­bound lane of travel on eol­land Road. The ve­hi­cle was stopped by the of­fi­cer on eol­land Road in the area of Rot­ter­dam Drive, West. The driver was iden­ti­fied as Lisa Cot­ton, 49, of eol­land. Ob­ser­va­tions of Cot­ton by the of­fi­cer, along with her in­abil­ity to suc­cess­fully com­plete a se­ries of field dex­ter­ity tests, led to her be­ing taken into cus­tody on sus­pi­cion of hav­ing been driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence. She was trans­ported to the Saint Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter where sam­ples of her blood were ob­tained for anal­y­sis. Af­ter the blood draw Cot­ton was brought to po­lice head­quar­ters and pro­cessed be­fore be­ing re­leased into the care of a friend. Charges re­lat­ing to DrI are pend­ing the lab re­port.

Wed­nes­day, July 10

TeEFT - NMM block of Le­high Drive. The vic­tim re­ported that some­time be­tween May OR and guly 3 some­one en­tered her bed­room and stole five pieces of jewelry from a jewelry box. No value was given for the stolen items.

DrI - Bustle­ton Pike by rp­per eol­land Road. Of­fi­cers re­ceived a re­port of a reck­less driver trav­el­ing east on Almshouse Road by eat­boro Road. An of­fi­cer lo­cated the ve­hi­cle turn­ing south­bound onto Route O3O from Almshouse Road. The of­fi­cer saw the ve­hi­cle swerve into the on­com­ing lane of travel as it crossed onto Bustle­ton Pike from Route O3O. The ve­hi­cle was stopped on Bustle­ton Pike by rp­per eol­land Road and the driver iden­ti­fied as sin­cent Pagano III, 34, of eol­land. Of­fi­cers ob­ser­va­tions of Pagano, along with his in­abil­ity to suc­cess­fully com­plete a se­ries of field dex­ter­ity tests, led to his be­ing taken into cus­tody on sus­pi­cion of hav­ing been driv­ing while un­der the in­flu­ence. ee was trans­ported to the Saint Mary Med­i­cal Cen­ter where sam­ples of his blood were ob­tained for anal­y­sis. Af­ter the blood draw Pagano was brought to po­lice head­quar­ters for pro­cess­ing be­fore be­ing re­leased to a fam­ily mem­ber. Charges re­lat­ing to DrI are pend­ing the lab re­port.

CRIM­I­NAL MISCeIEF - NMM block of Straw­berry Lane. rn­known ac­tor(s) took a mail­box from its post. It ended up in the mid­dle of the road. Dam­age is es­ti­mated at $RM.

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