MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP POLICE REPORT
The following information is provided by the Middletown Township Police Department:
Wednesday, Dec. 12
Police said that seven vehicles in the Cobalt Ridge section of Levittown were burglarized on Dec. 12 and 13. An Iphone4 was taken from an unlocked 2009 Honda parked on Camelia Road. Loose change was stolen from an unlocked 2008 Kia parked on Cobalt Cross Road. Tools DnG D flDVKOLJKW wHUH PLVVLnJ IURP Dn XnORFNHG 2001 Ford parked on Cleft Rock Road. Loose change was taken and a headset damaged on an unlocked 2003 Chevy mini-van parked on Cliff Road.Police also said a laptop computer was reported stolen from an unlocked 2012 Nissan parked on Cleft Rock Road, a nebulizer was missing from a 200S Hyundai parked on Cardinal Road. And loose change was reported stolen from an unlocked 2001 Toyota parked on Cobalt Drive North.Police said several other vehicles appeared to be entered throughout the Cobalt Ridge section, but it was unknown at the time of this report what may be missing from the vehicles. EUHDWK DnG DVNHG IRU KLV LGHnWLfiFDWLRn. 7KH 21 year-old resident of Newtown Township providHG KLV GULYHU’V OLFHnVH DnG WROG WKH RIfiFHU WKDW KH had walked to the store and called a taxi to pick him up. The subject was told to sit on the curb to wait for the cab, but after several minutes the RIfiFHU nRWLFHG WKDW WKH PDn KDG OHIW WKH SDUNLnJ ORW. 7KH RIfiFHU ORFDWHG KLP Ln D nHDUEy SDUNLnJ lot and administered a portable breath test before transporting the man home. He will be charged with public drunkenness.
FRAUD - Shortly after 4 p.m. a resident of Grant Street reported that an unknown actor had charged nearly $30,000 over the past two days on her credit card, which has been terminated. The resident will provide documentation and statements to the detective division on Monday for investigation.
RETAIL THEFT - At approximately 9 p.m. police were dispatched to McCaffrey’s Market for a report of a retail theft. According to an employee, a group of juveniles came into the store DnG flHG Rn IRRW DIWHU EHLnJ FRnIURnWHG Ey Dn HPployee. A description of the juveniles was proYLGHG DnG RIfiFHUV ORFDWHG WKHP nHDUEy. 7KH IRXU male subjects, two 14-year-olds and a 15-yearold, all residents of Newtown Township, along with a 13-year-old from Northampton Township, DGPLWWHG WKHLU LnYROYHPHnW DnG VKRwHG RIfiFHUV where they hid the merchandise they took. They were then transported to police headquarters, where their respective parents responded to pick them up. All four were cooperative and will be referred to Newtown Township’s vouth Aid Panel.
Sunday, Dec. 9
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - Police responded to a home on Kanon Court at 4:48 p.m. for a report of damaged Christmas decorations. The resident WROG WKH RIfiFHU WKDW DW VRPH SRLnW DIWHU 5 S.P. on Saturday unknown subject(s) cut a strand of Christmas lights that were on a shrub in his front yDUG. 7KH RIfiFHU REVHUYHG WKH VWUDnG RI OLJKWV and it appeared that they had been cut with a pair of scissors or a sharp instrument. The value of the lights is estimated to be $20.
Monday, Dec. 11
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - Shortly after 4 p.m. police responded to Bucks County Community College for a report that a window of a parked YHKLFOH KDG EHHn EURNHn. 7KH UHVSRnGLnJ RIfiFHU observed a large hole in the right side rear window, but didn’t locate anything that may have cause the damage.
Wednesday, Dec. 12
TRUCK DETAIL - Patrols conducted a truck detail on the Newtown Bypass from 7 a.m. until approximately 1:30 p.m.; 15 trucks stopped with one violation being discovered and one citation issued to the driver of the vehicle.
EuPIRED TAGS - At approximately 10:10 a.m. a resident of Sequoia Drive called police to report that a vehicle with expired tags had been parked along the street for an extended period of WLPH. 7KH UHVSRnGLnJ RIfiFHU FRnfiUPHG WKDW WKH tag, inspection and emissions stickers were all HxSLUHG. 7KH RIfiFHU FDOOHG WKH RwnHU DnG OHIW D message that the vehicle needed to be moved or an abandoned vehicle sticker will be placed on it and eventually towed.
THEFT - gust before 12 p.m. police were dispatched to a construction site on goseph Drive Ln :ULJKWVWRwn IRU D UHSRUW WKH WKHIW RI URRfinJ shingles. The construction foreman told the offiFHU WKDW WKH VWROHn SURSHUWy wDV YDOXHG DW DSproximately $4,400.
Sunday, Dec. 9
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THEFT FROM sEHICLE – On the 100 block of Adams Court, the complainant reported at 3:10 a.m. that she saw two men rooting through the glove box of her vehicle that was parked in the lot by her home. She last saw the subjects walking toward Independence Drive. On arrival RIfiFHUV IRXnG WKDW XnNnRwn DFWRU(V) KDG JRnH through two vehicles - the complainant’s and one other. At the time of the report it was unknown what had been taken from either vehicle. 7KH fiUVW VXVSHFW wDV GHVFULEHG DV D wKLWH PDOH, wearing a gray sweat suit and knit cap. The second suspect was described as a white male, wearing a baseball cap. No further description of either subject was provided.
THEFT FROM sEHICLE – On the 500 block of Adams Court, the victim reported that sometime between 10 p.m. on Dec. 8 and 10:30 a.m. Dec. 9, someone had entered his unlocked vehicle and took an iPod Nano valued at $10.
THEFT FROM sEHICLE - In front of building 15 at Bennett Place, the victim reported that sometime overnight unknown actor(s) had entered his vehicle and took a pack containing miscellaneous property. The pack was recovered in off of Taylor’s Way. The only item believed to still be missing was a $170 pair of sunglasses.
THEFT FROM sEHICLE – On the unit block of Taylor’s Way, the complainant reported that while driving down Taylor’s Way he noticed FORWKLnJ DnG D EULHIFDVH OyLnJ XnGHU D WUHH. 2Ificers recovered the items, learning they had been removed from a vehicle on Taylor’s Way. The property was returned to the owner, who reported nothing else to be missing from the vehicle.
THEFT FROM sEHICLE - On the 300 block of Wayne Court, the complainant reported seeing a purse lying in the retention basin across from the Tapestry development pool. The purse wDV UHFRYHUHG Ey RIfiFHUV, wKR IRXnG LW KDG EHHn taken from an unlocked vehicle on Wayne Court. The property was returned to the owner who indicated nothing was missing from it.