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Officer Spotts responded for a verbal domestic, upon arrival the situation had calmed down. After checking the subjects through the computer, Kawski was found to have an active warrant from Bucks County Sheriffs and was arrested.
Officers were notified about a burglary discovered upon arrival home. Officer McAnlis responded and was told that a rear door had been found open upon return of the residents around 215pm and multiple items were stolen and packages ransacked. DNA was able to be obtained from multiple door handles...

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On 12/3, Officer Spotts ran a PA tag displayed on a Chevy which came back to a Kia. Officer Spotts stopped the vehicle and found 2 occupants. During the stop, the driver was found to be wanted from Montgomery Township, Montgomery County and was taken into custody. The driver of the vehicle admitted...

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Penndel Police and Bucks County Sheriffs responded to 150 Centre Street for the report of a wanted subject. Officers made contact with Tracy Campbell, who was verified to have an outstanding warrant with Bucks County Sheriff's Office. The female was arrested and turned over to the custody of the...
Officer Perry was in the process of getting his car washed at a local car wash when he noticed a male employee that he is familiar with due to frequent arrests. A records check indicated an active warrant from PA State Parole. Officer Perry then returned to the car wash and attempted to make...
On 11/13/2017 officers performing a traffic detail at the intersection of Neshaminy Street and Rumpf Ave saw a Honda Civic fail to stop at the posted stop sign on Neshaminy St. While approaching the vehicle officers noticed the front driver side and passenger side windows were rolled all the way...
On November 30, 2017 at 2:41 PM the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of two subjects passed out in a vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot of the Bucks Crossing shopping center, in front of the Petco, 97 E. Street Road, Feasterville. During this investigation...
On November 30, 2017 at 2:41 PM the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of two subjects passed out in a vehicle. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot of the Bucks Crossing shopping center, in front of the Petco, 97 E. Street Road, Feasterville. During this investigation...

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Joseph Budusky of Sellersville has been charged with Manufacture Delivery or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver, Criminal Use of Communication Facility, Int. Poss of Controlled Substance by Per Not Reg, Use/Poss of Drug Paraphernalia & Receiving Stolen Property following an...
Hilltown Township Police investigated a Retail Theft that occurred on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at the Walmart Store located at 1515 Bethlehem Pike. Investigation revealed that two subjects entered the store and selected over $150.00 worth of Red Bull and soda. The subjects then exited with the...
November 11, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police took a report of a stolen motorcycle after the victim allowed 46 year old Vincent Benene of Philadelphia to take the motorcycle for a test ride . Benene failed to return with the motorcycle and return it to its owner. The motorcycle is...
The pictured suspect positively identified as Sania Mahmood used credit cards stolen from the victim’s purse on 11-6-2017 at 1100 hours while the victim was working out at a gym located on the 300 th block of Oxford Valley Road. Unauthorized charges were made at CVS and Nordstrom Rack totaling $2,...

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Officers were dispatched to Bertrand's Auto on Monroe Ave for a theft of a radio from a Ford F450 RV. The radio was a newer model touch screen valued at $700 with an estimated cost of a window replacement of $300.

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The Perkasie Borough Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that took place last Thursday, 11/30/17 at 11:30pm @t the Gulf Gas Station, N Main and Noble Streets in Sellersville, PA. The light skinned male pictured below entered the store and demanded money at gun point. He then fled on...

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The pictured male suspect entered the Village Market, 599 Washington Crossing Rd, Newtown, PA 18940 on 11/30/2017 at 1457 hours. He attempted to make a purchase, and while the register was opened, reached over and forcefully removed cash from the register. He made off in a white Honda Accord with a...

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On December 1 st , 2017 at approximately 6:59 P.M. members of the Warminster Township Police Department responded to the area of 1043 Valley Road for a report of a struck pedestrian. Upon arrival it was discovered a resident was struck while exiting his parked vehicle. The striking vehicle...

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WPD responded to the area of Elbow Lane and Woodspring Drive to investigate the report of door-to-door solicitors. Once located, a citation was issued due to the solicitors not having a permit. Some organizations are exempt from permit regulations and are allowed to canvas neighborhoods. Solicitors...

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***UPDATE*** December 1, 2017 The following pictures contain a car being operated by a person of interest in this investigation. Please review the pictures and the video in this case and use the "SUBMIT A TIP" if you are able to identify the suspect/car or have any other important information...

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On Saturday, November 25, 2017 at 4:48 pm 2 middle-aged, white males, committed a burglary of a home in the 1800 block of Hulmeville Road. They attempted to force several doors before they made entry into an office area and the rear window of the residence. A light colored 2 door vehicle was seen...

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The Plumstead Township Police Department is currently investigating a bank fraud case, where our victim was defrauded of approximately $400.00 through a check fraud scheme. The depicted male in these images passed checks on numerous occasions at the Giant Food Store between November 8 th and...

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The Buckingham Township Police Department has taken two separate reports of Fraud within the past 30 days. In the first case, a resident was investing with a known business, but his broker's e-mail address was just slightly different than the one he had on file. The victim wired a large sum of...

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On September 02, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of a Retail Theft at the Giant, Feasterville PA. The depicted female exited the store without paying for a cart full of merchandise, Tide products. The female was confronted in the parking lot and left behind the...

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