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Matthew D. Weintraub, District Attorney
Tip Submission Information
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BUCKS COUNTY OVERDOSE EPIDEMIC
Here is visual proof that the heroin/opioid epidemic is impacting nearly every community in Bucks County. Explore key statistics and maps throughout Bucks County here: opioid-bucksgis.opendata.arcgis.com
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May 26, 2018 PLEASE SLOW DOWN AND USE CAUTION! South bound Route 202 in the area of the north bound Route 611 Bypass exit. The roadway in the left lane has deteriorated and has opened into a giant pot hole. Cones have been placed to block the lane and to help notify oncoming vehicles. Penndot has...
Police are investigating a motor vehicle theft of a Chevy Tahoe on May 25, 2018. Anyone able to identify the pictured suspect is asked to submit a tip, FB inbox, or contact Sgt. Keith Dietz at 215-345-4143.
Bristol Borough Police are investigating a motor vehicle crash that took place at 11:38 am on Friday May 25th. A minivan that came in contact with a 36' foot box truck overturned at Bath Street and Howell. The driver of the minivan, a 51 old female form Bristol Borough received minor injuries. A...
A Trenton man caught last summer with large amounts of heroin and cocaine in a Falls Township motel room was sentenced this morning to serve two to four years in prison. “You’re destroying people’s lives when you sell it. You’re destroying your own life when you use it,” Bucks County Common Pleas...