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"BEEHIVE STATE" RESIDENT STUNG! A 34-year-old Eagle Mountain, Utah resident named STEVEN CHAD RAWLINS couldn't keep his hands out of the "iPhone Honey Pot" and grabbed an iPhone XR from a secured area that he was doing contracting work in. As it turned out, the boxed phone was equipped with a state...

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On August 22, 2020, at approximately 5:55 p.m., members of the Lower Southampton Township Police Department responded to the Acme Market located at 105 E. Street Road in Feasterville for a retail theft. The thief was described as a white female wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt, and a blue hat...

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The Lower Southampton Township Police Department arrested Stafford Larry Kearse for this Arrest WARRANT on Thursday September 3rd, 2020 after he attempted to pass a fraudulent check at a bank in the Township. Warrant Details Warrant Type : Criminal Date Issued : Friday August 14th, 2020 Issuing...

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"BEEHIVE STATE" RESIDENT STUNG! A 34-year-old Eagle Mountain, Utah resident named STEVEN CHAD RAWLINS couldn't keep his hands out of the "iPhone Honey Pot" and grabbed an iPhone XR from a secured area that he was doing contracting work in. As it turned out, the boxed phone was equipped with a state...

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The Lower Southampton Township Police Department arrested Stafford Larry Kearse for this Arrest WARRANT on Thursday September 3rd, 2020 after he attempted to pass a fraudulent check at a bank in the Township. Warrant Details Warrant Type : Criminal Date Issued : Friday August 14th, 2020 Issuing...

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MEANS TO AN END - KIMBERLY ANN MEANS 56 of Philadelphia, was identified as the Malibu thief from back in April 2020. Her whereabouts are unknown. If you have any information, call the Lower Southampton Township Police at 215.357.1234 or submit a tip. Chevy's slogan, "Find New Roads" somehow...

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On August 22, 2020, at approximately 5:55 p.m., members of the Lower Southampton Township Police Department responded to the Acme Market located at 105 E. Street Road in Feasterville for a retail theft. The thief was described as a white female wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt, and a blue hat...

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Fake Checks Lead to Real Charges - Earlier this year, STAFFORD LARRY KEARSE 57, of Trenton N.J. victimized a local Feasterville business owner by counterfeiting several checks and cashing them at various banks. KEARSE used further trickery by adding "Janitorial Services" to the memo section of the...

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"FRESH BANDITS" IDENTIFIED AND CHARGED - 45-year-old SCOTTY DICKINSON of Philadelphia is on the run from authorities after his identification was made through another unrelated investigation involving cooperating agencies. Authorities are charging Dickinson and his accomplice, 32-year-old RACHEL L...

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FAKE MONEY LEADS TO REAL WARRANT - 52-year-old JAMES L. DENNIS of Philadelphia has eluded capture in his role in passing fake $100 bills at a local Wawa store late last year. He was reported to be wearing his "lucky" Philadelphia Eagles hat during the commission of both crimes, but hopefully, his...

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DO NOT TRUST THIS PERSON - An arrest warrant has been issued for COLLEEN THERESA MCQUAID of Feasterville. The investigation revealed that MCQUAID relied on a family member's credit and bank accounts to manipulate her own lifestyle needs, leaving these accounts empty and her family member stuck with...

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04-25-17.jpg lock-car-take-keys.jpg UPDATED INFORMATION The picture to the right was captured by a residents video security system. If you see this person contact the Lower Southampton Township Police Department. April 25, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of theft...

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bb_strike.jpg Over the past few weeks the Lower Southampton Township and Bensalem Township Police Departments have been investigating a number of reports of car windows being shattered. The investigations are determining the damage is consistent with BB/Pellet impacts. The following streets were...

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crim._mischief.jpg April 18, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of Criminal Mischief to parked vehicles. The vehicles were parked along Avenue F and Woodbine Ave. in the Trevose section of the township during the overnight hours. The investigation revealed the...

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crim._mischief.jpg April 16, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigate several broken car windows in the Oakford Section of Trevose PA., in Bucks County. Investigation revealed the windows were broken out by a BB or pellet. It appears this occurred sometime during the overnight hours,...

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May 30, 2020 the Lower Southampton Police responded to the 600 block of Shortleaf St, just off Brownsville Road in the Trevose section of the Township for the report of a burglary. Investigation revealed that at approximately 1:54PM the pictured white male knocked on the front door and made contact...

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ALIVE WITH PLEASURE! - This thief may be seen smoking morning, noon, and night after grabbing two (2) cartons from the 7-11 store on Brownsville Road. Reports indicated that this subject walked into the store and approached the counter after selecting a 32 oz. Arizona Green Tea. The subject asked...

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May 25, 2019 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated a report of a stolen purse from within the Buck Hotel Restaurant. The purse contained US currency, credit cards, vehicle keys and personal identification. During this investigation the victim learned one of the credit cards was used at...

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ALCOHOL-RELATED CRASH NOT RELATED TO ALCOHOL - Help identify this person that entered the Giant to purchase beer and smashed into a parked car. The only information that is known is that he produced a Mexican driver's license and paid cash. Authorities do not know if he is on holiday in...

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Ashamed for stealing cigarettes, this thief entered the Wawa store on Street Road and Philmont Avenue and deceived the clerk with trickery. At approximately 0436 hours on May 14, 2019, this subject entered the store and asked for a carton of Newport cigarettes. Once the carton was placed on the...

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