NEW­TOWN TOWN­SHIP PO­LICE RE­PORT

The Advance of Bucks County - - POLICE REPORTS -

The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is

pro­vided by the New­town Town­ship Po­lice Depart­ment:

Sun­day, July 7

PRO­BA­TION sIOLATIONS - At ap­prox­i­mately 3W4M a.m. po­lice were dis­patched to the park­ing lot of So­ci­ety Place for a re­port of two sub­jects us­ing a flash­light look­ing into ve­hi­cles in the park­ing lot. The first of­fi­cer to ar­rive lo­cated a ve­hi­cle oc­cu­pied by a male and fe­male. The of­fi­cer iden­ti­fied the male as Tyler Gadon­niex, OM, of Ben­nett Place in Northamp­ton and El­iz­a­beth Wick­ham, O9, of Se­quoia Drive in New­town. When the of­fi­cer made con­tact with Wick­ham, who was seated in the car, he ob­served nu­mer­ous women’s hand­bags vis­i­ble within the ve­hi­cle at Wick­ham’s feet and be­hind her seat. Wick­ham pro­vided po­lice with con­flict­ing sto­ries as to why there were mul­ti­ple bags in the car. Gadon­niex and Wick­ham were taken into cus­tody and trans­ported to head­quar­ters, where po­lice con­firmed that they are both cur­rently su­per­vised by Bucks County Adult Pro­ba­tion. Gadon­niex and Wick­ham were trans­ported to Bucks County Prison for vi­o­la­tions of pro­ba­tion, with ad­di­tional charges pend­ing.

Tues­day, July 9

TeEFT FROM sEeICLE - At ap­prox­i­mately NW3R p.m. a res­i­dent of rp­per Makefield Town­ship called po­lice to re­port that her purse and wallet had been stolen from her car while it was parked on Wex­ley Drive in New­town Town­ship overnight. The vic­tim told po­lice that she thought the car was locked, but there was no forced en­try to the car. She no­ti­fied her credit card com­pa­nies and can­celed her cards.

Sun­day, July 10

DRrG OF­FENSES - Shortly be­fore NNW3M p.m. an of­fi­cer no­ticed a ve­hi­cle in the park­ing lot off of Cam­bridge Lane be­hind the T-NN Store on South Sy­camore Street. The of­fi­cer ob­served the oc­cu­pants get out of the car and walk to­wards the store. ee checked the ve­hi­cle for any other oc­cu­pants. There were none but he did see drug para­pher­na­lia in plain view. The of­fi­cer waited in the area and when the driver re­turned he was iden­ti­fied as gohn eope, N9, of Aster Way in New­town Town­ship. The ve­hi­cle was im­pounded and eope was taken into cus­tody for drug of­fenses. Charges are pend­ing the re­sults of the lab work.

Thurs­day, July 11

TeEFT FROM sEeICLE - Around NNWOM

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