Police blotter 03-28 to 04-03

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28-03-2022

Fires

Patrol responded to a residence on Manor Dr. for a fire report. The patrol helped firefighters evacuate and extinguish the blaze.

To guarantee

A subject has come to HQ to be dealt with. The subject was learned to have an active warrant from the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office for a parole violation.

Road accident

Patrol responded at Almshouse Rd. to Joshua Dr. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 at the back Unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.

Flight

Patrol responded to Plumly Way for a bike theft report. The complainant reports that her son’s bicycle was stolen from the Village Shires shopping center area. The flight period is from 02/15/22 to 03/28/22. The bike is described as all black with an orange sticker reading “GT. BMX”.


29-03-2022

Road accident

Patrol replied 2n/a St. Pike for an accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 was turning left in a parking lot and collided with unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.

Road accident

Patrol responded to West Bristol Rd. at Hatboro Rd. for an accident report involving four vehicles. Unit #1 hit unit #2, causing unit #2 to hit unit #3 and unit #3 to hit unit #4. Units #1, 2 and 3 needed a tow. Unit #1 operator was assessed by EMS, but refused transportation.

motor vehicle theft

Patrol responded to a residence on Matthew Circle for a motor vehicle theft report. The Complainant stated that his sons’ friend stole the Complainant’s 2017 Honda Civic from their driveway. Detectives follow up.

Road accident

Patrol responded to Heron Rd. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 was backing out of its driveway and was hit by unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.

Road accident

Patrol responded to a company parking lot near Bustleton Pike to a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 attached to unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.


30-03-2022

Fraud

Patrol responded to a Village Shires residence for a report of fraud. The Complainant reports that an unknown subject intercepted a check she mailed to pay a bill. The check was amended to increase the amount and the name of the payee was changed.

Flight

Patrol responded to a business for reporting a retail theft. The Complainant reports that an unknown subject left the store with a basket full of items. Subject drove off in a dark gray Nissan Versa with no license plate. Subject was described as 5’9, black hair, black/grey beanie, black jacket and blue mask. Detectives follow up.

Road accident

Patrol responded to Middle Holland Rd. at Old Jordan Rd. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 turned right in front of unit #2. No injuries were reported, but both vehicles had to be towed.


31-03-2022

Terrorist threats

A suspect has been taken into custody for threatening to kill his wife. He was treated and charged.

Road accident

Patrol responded to Almshouse Rd. in Inland Rd. for a three vehicle traffic accident report. Unit #1 got to the rear of unit #2, which brought unit #2 to the rear of unit #3. No injuries were reported, but all three vehicles had to be towed.

Road accident

Patrol responded to the 2000 block of Chinquapin Rd. for a traffic accident report involving a single vehicle. No. 1 Unit was cruising down the S Bend on Chinquapin Rd. when its vehicle fishtailed and hit a tree. No injuries were reported. Unit #1 required towing.


04-01-2022

Road accident

Patrol responded to block 900 of 2n/a St. Pike for a traffic accident report. Unit #1 attempted to turn left in front of unit #2 causing a collision. Unit #2 operator was injured, but refused transport. Both vehicles required towing.

Road accident

Patrol responded to Jacksonville Rd. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 at the back Unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.

Road accident

The patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Rd. at Township Rd. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 turned left in front of unit #2 causing a collision. No injuries were reported. Unit #1 required towing.

Road accident

Patrol responded to Bustleton Pike in Knowles Ave for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 at the back Unit #2. The operator of unit #2 was slightly injured. Neither vehicle required towing.


04-02-2022

Single Assault

The patrol responded to a residence for an assault report. One subject was taken into custody, treated and brought to justice.

Help another agency

The patrol responded to the Bowlero for assistance provided by a neighboring department. Upon arrival, the subject was taken into custody.


04-03-2022

Road accident

Patrol responded to West Bristol Rd. in Jacksonville Rd. for a traffic accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 at the back Unit #2. No injuries were reported and no vehicles required towing.

Intrusion

A subject was taken into custody to be returned to a business after being told multiple times in the past that he was not permitted to enter the property.

During this tour, Patrol responded to 12 alarms, 23 abandoned 911 calls, 28 medical calls, 6 domestic disputes and 25 reservations.

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