Tuesday, August 8
Shortly before 8 a.m., police were dispatched to the area Everett Drive for a report of a suspicious van that had been parked there the last two mornings. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the owner of the van and determined that he painting contractor and will be working within the development for the next few weeks
Around 10:30 a.m., an officer on patrol stopped a motorist in the area of Durham Road near West Road. At the stop it was determined that the driver, 43 year-old Richard Garner, a Northampton Township resident, was driving while his license is under suspension and the registration on the vehicle had been suspended for insurance cancellation. Garner received citations charging him with the two violations. The vehicle was towed from the scene, the registration plate was seized and will be returned to PennDot.
Police responded to a report of a suspicious male sitting in front of one of the homes on Society Place. The responding officer made contact and confirmed that the subject who is the resident of the home and he was waiting for a representative of Peco. As the officer and resident were speaking the Peco employee arrived, no further police action was needed.
Twining Bridge Road was closed for a period of time after a motorist lost control of his vehicle in the 100 block of Twining Bridge Road around 11:40 a.m. No one was injured by the accident, but homeowners were without power until Peco could respond, replace the pole and restore power to the area. The driver, 22 year-old Khiry Ward, of Teaberry Lane in Newtown Township, will receive a citation charging him with reckless driving.
At 8:40 p.m., officers noticed that there were three male subjects using the skate park and advised them that the park closes at dusk. The teens apologized and left without incident.
Police and Fire personnel responded to the area of Newtown Yardley Road at approximately 10:45 p.m. for a report that the power out in the area and utility wires were sparking. The emergency personnel located a PECO pole in the area of the entrance to the Headley Development that was smoking and arcing. PECO was notified and responded to restore the power.
Saturday, August 11
A resident of Cambridge Lane called police at approximately 2:25 a.m. to report a group of six or seven subjects making a lot of noise in the field behind her home. The responding officer made contact with the young adults and determined that one of the group lives on Cambridge Lane as well. The officer asked them to take the conversation inside because of a complaint, which they did and no additional complaints were received.
Sunday, August 12
A motorist called police around 6 p.m. to report that she saw a woman’s purse fall off the roof of a car traveling in front of her. The caller went on to say that after unsuccessfully attempting to stop the motorist, she returned to where the purse fell and collected the items that she found on the ground. The property was turned over to police where it is being stored at police headquarters in hopes that the owner comes to identify the purse.