Recent activity as reported by Newtown Township Police Department:
Saturday, May 17
At approximately 12:45 am police stopped a motorist on Buck Road near the Newtown Bypass after it was observed driving in an unsafe manner. At the stop the driver, identified as 28-year-old Zachary Lampman of Old Jordon Road in Northampton Township, smelled of alcohol. After a brief investigation, the officer formed the opinion that Lampman was driving under the influence. He was placed under arrest and transported to Saint Mary Medical Center where he agreed to have blood drawn. Charges of DUI are pending the lab results.
Sunday, May 18
Around 1:35 am police stopped a motorist on the Newtown Bypass near Campus Drive due to vehicle code violations. At the stop the officer formed the opinion that the driver, 37-year-old Christopher Brown of Bensalem, was driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. Brown was arrested and transported to Saint Mary Medical Center where he agreed to have blood drawn to be submitted to Bucks County Crime Lab for analysis. Charges of DUI are pending the lab results.
Shortly before 3 pm, police responded Ralphie & Dee’s Bar & Grill on Second Street Pike in Wrightstown for a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. Upon arrival the officer observed a vehicle with four slashed tires. The owner of the vehicle explained that he left the car in the parking lot overnight and just discovered the damage when he came to get his car. The estimated cost to replace the tires is $400.