Monday, September 10
A resident of Kuhars Way called around 11 a.m. to report that his Apple iPod Nano had been stolen from his vehicle sometime back in May. The victim had stated that he did not report the loss at the time of the theft, but had just received a letter from Apple stating that the iPod had been recovered.
The facilities manager for 100 Brandywine Blvd. called to inform police there was a tan colored Subaru with NJ registration that had been abandoned in the parking lot for approximately one month. He asked that the registration be checked in case it was stolen. The officer determined that it was not listed as stolen and advised the reporting party that since the vehicle was on private property the property owner could legally have it towed.
Around 3:30 p.m., a resident of Hunters Way came to police headquarters to report that on Friday, Sept. 7 he placed his iPad he placed his device on the roof of his vehicle and was unsure if he drove away with the iPad on the roof and it fell off or if it was taken by an unknown person(s). The iPad was described as being black in color in a black case and is valued at $772.74.
A resident of Diamond Drive called police around 11:30 p.m., to report an unauthorized vehicle parked in the handicap parking space in front of his residence. The responding officer observed the violation and issued a parking ticket to the offending vehicle owner.
Tuesday, September 11
Police were dispatched to the Bucks County Community College just after 2 a.m. for a report of a male subject found sleeping in one of the buildings. The responding officer met with security personnel and the subject who provided his college ID and class schedule. It was determined that the student had missed his bus then lost track of time waiting for the last bus. The officer transported him to a bus stop off campus that would take him home.
Wednesday, September 12
At approximately 8:45 p.m., a student of Bucks County Community College called police to report that she lost her wallet while attending classes earlier in the day. She had already canceled her credit cards. The officer advised her to contact Social Security Administration to advise them that her card was missing. She was also advised to notify the three credit bureaus and have them place flags on her credit report for fraudulent activity.
Friday, September 14
A resident of Foxglove Court called police at 7:20 a.m. to report that her son lost his drivers license and a credit in the area of the Village at Newtown Shopping Center. The caller told the officer that the credit card account had been cancelled before any fraudulent activity was committed.
Police were dispatched to the parking lots of the Village at Newtown South for complaints of large groups of juveniles loitering in the area shortly before 9 p.m. Responding officers found two dumpsters had been turned over and the fencing around a construction site had been disturbed. The teens were dispersed and officers continued to monitor the area.
Saturday, September 15
Shortly before 2 a.m., police observed a vehicle on the shoulder of Sycamore Street, as the officer approached the car he observed that the right front wheel was damaged. When the officer made contact with the driver, he detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her. The driver, a 27-year-old Philadelphia resident, provided her license and agreed to perform field sobriety tests. At the conclusion of the tests, the officer arrested her and took her to Saint Mary Medical Center to have blood drawn. The vehicle was towed from the scene and charges are pending the results of the blood submissions.
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