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Man Charged With Dealing Oxycodone, Rental Center Vandalized: Police

Recent activity as reported by Newtown Township Police Department.

Newtown Township Police reported the following recent incidents:

Wednesday, June 25

David McPeak, 49, of Steele Road in Feasterville received a citation charging him with public drunkenness after an employee of the Green Parrot called police shortly before midnight to report that McPeak partially consumed one beer and began to disturb other patrons.  Police made arrangements for McPeak to be transported home. 

Thursday, June 26

An employee of the Newtown Rental Center called police around 7:30 a.m. to report that when he arrived at work, he discovered that an extension cord was wrapped around some of the rental equipment in front of the building.  A beer bottle was found in the parking lot, a garbage can was dumped over and the roof of a metal pergola was dented.

Philadelphia resident Remus Pavel, 46, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communication facility, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after a police investigation. Newtown Township learned Pavel and would be in possession of Oxycodone pills that he wanted to sell.  An officer contacted Pavel by text and made arrangements to purchase 10 pills for $250.  Around 8:30 p.m., the officer, in his police uniform, responded to the prearranged meeting place on Sycamore Street near Silo Drive. Pavel was arraigned and released on unsecured bail.     

At approximately 11 p.m., an officer observed a motorist commit traffic violations on the Newtown Bypass.  The motorist was stopped and the officer determined that the driver, a 17-year-old male juvenile from Yardley was driving a vehicle with expired inspection and emissions stickers.  The teen was instructed not to drive the vehicle and was told he will be receiving citations in the mail charging him with the traffic violations.  

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