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Police & Fire
According to police, 13 individuals will be going door-to-door selling subscriptions to Xfinity. Residents should ask to see their permit card.
The statues, which have a combined valued of $8,000, were taken earlier this month from a Wrightstown Road home, police said.
Newtown Township Police also reported an arrest for drunken driving.
Yevgeniya Goltman allegedly created fraudulent nursing notes for patients indicating hospice services were provided when in reality they were not.
Police & Fire, Schools
Campus security received an anonymous tip today that there was an attempted robbery on the Newtown Campus Monday at 9 p.m.
Police are still hopeful about finding Brian Shipley, though they'll need the community's help to do it.
The items were last seen in place on Thursday, March 15, police said.
And a 27-year-old Newtown resident was cited for public intoxication after he was found "staggering" along Sycamore Street.
Recent activity as reported by the Newtown Township Police Department.
The new state law makes texting while driving a primary offense carrying a $50 fine.
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