Police Blotter

05/15/2019 – DUI – Doylestown Borough – Yorlin E. Galicia, 22, Warrington, was charged after police conducted a traffic stop for erratic driving on Dommel Way at approximately 0237 hrs.  Galicia presented with an odor of alcohol; field sobriety tests were conducted and subsequent blood draw at Doylestown Hospital.

05/15/2019 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Doylestown Borough – Genna Ra Christy, 20, Doylestown and Maurice Harley, 34, Philadelphia, were cited after police investigated a physical altercation between employees at the Tap House on W. Ashland at approximately 1706 hrs.

05/11/2019 – 05/19/2019 - DISORDERLY CONDUCT – PUBLIC URINATION - Doylestown Borough – The following individuals were cited during the evening and early morning hours throughout the Borough business district during the posted timeframe: Travis Hewitt Bales, 29, Doylestown; Michael Patrick Jordan, 21, Doylestown; Dylan McHugh, 21, Warrington; Walter Socop, 23, Doylestown; Nicholas Sonsini, 21, Warminster; and, Christopher Tanner, 22, Chalfont.

05/09/2019 - 05/19/2019 – PUBLIC DRUNKENESS – Doylestown Borough – The following individuals were cited during the evening/early morning hours throughout the Borough business district during the posted timeframe: Gene C McIlvaine, 34, Doylestown; and, Walter Socop, 23, Doylestown.

04/15/19 – CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – Doylestown Borough – Nicholas Sannutti, II, 18, Doylestown, was cited for blue spray paint marking on the front porch of a residence on S. Church Street that took place on 03/24/19.

04/06/2019 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Doylestown Borough – Kyle Arthur Davis, 26, Doylestown, was cited after police found Davis sitting outside of Artistic Pizza in possession of mat taken from Chambers Bar at approximately 0120 hrs.

04/05/19 – DUI AND TRAFFIC RELATED CHARGES – Doylestown Borough – Michael W. Tenaglia, 63, Buckingham, was charged after police investigated a hit and run traffic accident in the area of Liberty Gas Station involving property damage and personal injury.

Criminal charges, and any discussion thereof, are merely allegations and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.