9/9/19 – DUI – Doylestown Borough – Mary Clements, 45, Doylestown was arrested for DUI after police investigated an incident in the 200 block of E. Ashland Street, Doylestown. Witnesses observed Clements passed out at the wheel and called for a well being check.  On arrival Clements presented with a strong odor of alcohol and slurred speech.  She was transported to Doylestown Hospital for blood draw.

9/8/19 – HARASSMENT – Doylestown Borough – Neil Breslin, 39, Quakertown, was charged after police responded to a physical altercation in front of Maxwell’s on Main Street at approximately 0143 hrs involving two males.

9/1/19 – 9/9/19 – PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – The following individuals were cited in Doylestown Borough: 9/1 -Carrie Mackey, 35, Warminster; 9/2 – Corey Geiger, 34, Washington Crossing; and, 9/9 – Santosh Patel, 34, Perkasie.

9/8/19 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Doylestown Borough – Jared DeJesus, 24, Roslyn, Joseph Iannuzzi, 24, Abington and Matthew Davidson, 21, Warrington were cited after they were observed urinating in public in the alleys located on S. Main and N. Main.

9/7/19 – ORDINANCE VIOLATION – Doylestown Borough – Brian Herman, 36, Scottsdale AZ, was cited for soliciting without a permit on E. State Street.  He was observed selling balloons for a fee during the Arts Festival.

8/31/19 – THEFT - Doylestown Borough – Logan Murrill Johnson, 19, Philadelphia, was charged with theft after police were called to investigate an incident of a stolen bicycle near Veterans Lane. During the investigation Johnson was spotted on video surveillance leaving the scene on the bicycle.

8/26/19 – DUI – Doylestown Borough – William Concannon, 54, Doylestown, was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop for an expired registration on W. State Street at approximately 1252 hours. Concannon presented a strong odor of alcohol and slurred speech. Field sobriety tests were unable to be completed and Concannon was transported to Doylestown Hospital for blood draw.

Criminal charges, and any discussion thereof, are merely allegations and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.  CBRPD does not publish drug arrests due to the potential of ongoing investigations.