INCIDENT BLOTTER: JANUARY 4 - 10, 2019

January 4, 2019

  • Around 11:30 am police responded to a Magnolia Drive residence for the report of a theft. According to the victim, several items were missing from her house, and the approximate value of loss is over $1,000.00. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

January 5, 2019

  • Just before 11:00 am a Wrightstown Township resident reported that his mailbox and post were damaged. The complainant believes that the damage occurred during mail delivery hours and that the damage was caused by the mail delivery truck due to the paint transfer that was left on the post. The damage to the post was not witnessed by the complainant or any other parties. The estimated value of replacement is $500.00.

  • At approximately 4:00 pm a Holly Circle resident reported a suspicious occurrence. The complainant explained that a male subject came to her front door, attempted to put a key in the lock, and then left. She described the subject as white male with a red jacket, carrying a white and black umbrella. Patrols arrived, checked the area, and were unable to locate the subject. 

January 8, 2019

  • Patrols were dispatched to the parking lot of Bed, Bath, and Beyond at 4:30 pm for the report of a male attempting to enter several vehicles. The complainant related that he saw a young white male, clean shaven, with short dark hair, wearing a black fleece jacket and tan pants, trying to pull on the door handles of multiple vehicles. Upon arrival, police spoke with the complainant who reported that the subjected was no longer on scene and that he did not know where he had went. Police searched the area and were unable to find the subject.

January 9, 2019

  • Shortly after 9:15 pm a Newtown Township resident contacted police to report a fraudulent check. The investigation is ongoing.

January 10, 2019

  • At 10:30 am a Wrightstown Township resident contacted police to report fraud. She explained that she had received notification that her Yahoo email account and Walmart account had both been hacked into. Several fraudulent orders were placed that the complainant was able to cancel. The complainant did not suffer any loss as a result and was able to change her passwords to protect the accounts.

  • Around 2:30 pm an Apple Hill Road resident contacted police to report the theft of split firewood from outside of her home by person(s) unknown. She estimated that approximately two cords were taken. No leads at this time.