NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP POLICE REPORT
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.