The Newtown Township Police Department reported the following recent activity:
Friday, Oct. 12
At approximately 1 p.m., police were notified of a retail theft that occurred 20 minutes earlier at the Luna Chick business. A pair of black pants valued at $88 was taken.
Saturday, Oct. 13
At approximately 12 p.m., after hearing about the recent burglaries in the neighborhood, a homeowner of Hart Alley checked their second story windows and found that one of the windows had been tampered with. It is believed that entry was not made due to a large dog.
Sunday, Oct. 14
At approximately 3:15 a.m. police were dispatched to the area of Fountain Farm Lane to meet with a taxi driver. The driver reported that his customer had fled the area on foot without paying for the cab fare. The value of the taxi service was $78.65.
Monday, Oct. 15
At approximately 10:45 a.m. resident of Honey Locust called requesting extra patrols after school and on weekends. The resident is worried that youth, who ride their scooters, skateboards and bikes on his property without his permission, could get injured and/or cause damage to his property.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
At approximately 7 a.m., police conducted a truck enforcement detail in the area of Newtown Bypass and Campus Drive. A total of eight trucks were stopped, with three Level 1 inspections being completed. As a result, there were two violations found and one citation issued.
Wednesday, Oct. 17
At approximately 9 p.m., police were dispatched to an altercation between two adult females at Council Rock High School North. Upon further investigation, one of the females involved will be issued a citation for striking the other party.