Here's a look at the recent activity reported by the Newtown Township Police Department:
Thursday, Jan. 9
While patrolling Swamp Road near Short Lane around 2:15 p.m., an officer observed a van with Virginia registration occupied by two males who were attempting to selling meat door-to-door. The officer made contact with the men and advised them to leave the area since they didn’t have a solicitor’s permit. The men complied with the officer’s directions.
Friday, Jan. 10
Police were dispatched to the parking area of Society Place around 3:30 p.m. for a report of a suspicious person looking into the windows of a parked vehicle. The caller told the responding officer that she noticed the man looking into her car and opened her door to ask him what he was doing. The man told her he lives in the area and walked away. The officer told the caller that if she sees anything suspicious she should dial 911 and not confront anyone she does not know, because it could be dangerous. The area was checked but the man was not located.
Saturday, Jan. 11
Just before 2 a.m., police were dispatched to the area of the 7-Eleven for a report of a possible domestic situation. Upon arrival the officer observed a man standing on the sidewalk with a woman lying on the sidewalk next to the man. When the officer made contact with the subjects they were identified as 55 year-old Anne Kachuk and 58 year-old Frederick Kachuk of Winchester Lane in Newtown Township. The officer learned that the couple had just left a restaurant in Newtown Borough where they were drinking alcohol and were walking home when Anne fell and couldn’t get up. An ambulance was summoned to check on her condition; she was eventually able to stand and refused any medical treatment. Both subjects were given a courtesy transport to their home by police and will receive citations in the mail charging them with public drunkenness.
Police received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Newtown Grant Rec Center around 10:30 p.m. The responding officer made contact with the driver of the vehicle who was walking his dog and advised him to leave the area. No further police action was required.
Monday, Jan. 13
Police were dispatched to the area of Cambridge Lane at approximately 9:35 a.m. for a report of a suspicious vehicle occupied by an adult male. The caller reported that this is the second day the man has been sitting in the location. The responding officer made contact with the man who provided identification indicating that he is employed by a newspaper in Washington D. C. and was attempting to make contact with a resident of the area. After a brief investigation the officer was able to inform the reported that the man he was looking for had moved from the area the early part of 2013. The reporter left with no further action being taken.
Tuesday, Jan. 14
At approximately 2:25 a.m. an officer was patrolling the Newtown Bypass when he observed a vehicle being operated in a suspicious manner so he followed the motorist. The officer performed a traffic stop on Cloverlee Lane and identified the driver as 24 year-old Alexander Hrabyk of Columbine Circle in Newtown. After a brief investigation Hrabyk was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was transported to Saint Mary Medical Center where blood was drawn and will be submitted to the Bucks County Crime Lab for analysis. Hrabyk was released and will receive a summons in the mail charging him with DUI pending the results of the lab work.