Fight at the Sloan School, Snoopy Ex-Boyfriend Among Recent Police Activity

Newtown Township police reported the following recent incidents.

Newtown Township Police Department reported the following recent incidents. All activity occurred Thursday, according to police:

Police responded to the Sloan School shortly after 10 a.m. for a physical altercation between two students.  When the officer arrived, the situation was under control. A 17-year-old female student will receive a citation charging her with disorderly conduct because she was the one who initiated physical contact, police said.  

At approximately 10:50 a.m., a resident of Diamond Drive called police to report that when she arrived home yesterday around 3 p.m., she noticed that her ex-boyfriend was sitting in his car in the parking lot. The woman went on to say that she has observed him there on multiple times within the last month.  The officer advised her to call police when she sees him so that an officer can speak with him about his actions.  

Police said they continue to receive calls from residents regarding phone calls about the residents’ computers. A resident of Newtown Crossing called police at approximately 4 p.m. to report receiving a suspicious call from a man who said to turn on his computer because was hacked and he would instruct the resident how to rectify the situation. The resident asked the caller’s name and the call was quickly terminated. 

A resident of Parkview Way called police around 8:40 p.m. to report a suspicious vehicle that had been in the neighborhood at least twice this week.  The caller told the responding officer that on Sunday night, the motorist parked a late model, dark-colored compact car across the street from his house and shined a red LED or laser light onto the neighbor's property. The motorist stayed for several minutes before leaving. The caller said it happened again Thursday. The officer advised her to call at the time she witnesses anything suspicious so the situation can be addressed.   


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