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Police & Fire
A look at the top headlines this week on Newtown Patch.
Pennsylvania State Police will conduct the checkpoints throughout Bucks County.
No one was injured in a shooting that occurred Monday morning in Newtown Borough. The Bucks County District Attorney has taken over the investigation.
A Cliveden Drive resident told police that someone took a purse and cash from the residence early Tuesday morning.
Newtown Borough Police say an incident Monday morning that involved gunfire posed no threat to the general public.
Newtown Borough Police Chief Anthony Wojciechowski said while the department received several reports of shots fired this morning, there were no injuries.
Trisha Lynn McLaughlin initially faced charges of taking more than $350,000 from the Newtown Veterinary Hospital but Judge Donald Nasshorn Friday reduced that amont.
With the weather warming up and hikers and campers taking to the open air, the Bucks County Health Department urges caution around animals.
Lawn care worker allegedly gets fired and refuses to leave property; sex offender arrested for failing to register.
The ceremony, to be held at St. Andrew Roman Catholic Church, will be a chance to honor officers who have paid the ultimate price while serving the community.
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