November 20, 2020

  • A Newtown Township resident contacted police at 2:45 pm to report a fraud. The resident explained that several credit cards were fraudulently opened under her 17-year-old daughter’s Amazon account. This was discovered when they received three packages that they did not order.

  • Shortly before 3:00 pm, a Westfield Lane resident contacted police to report a theft. The resident explained that Fed-Ex delivered a package the day prior, but the package was never received. The total value of loss was $200.00.

November 21, 2020

  • At 9:15 pm police conducted a traffic stop on Windy Bush Road in the area of Skoures Lane on the operator of a blue 1999 Dodge pickup truck for committing a vehicle code violation. As a result of the investigation, suspected marijuana was discovered and seized as evidence, and the operator was issued a citation.

November 23, 2020

  • At approximately 1:35 pm a Newtown Township resident contacted police to report an unemployment fraud. The resident explained that he received a letter in the mail regarding his filed claim for unemployment. However, the resident never filed a claim. The resident was advised to contact the Unemployment Administration for them to investigate further.

  • At approximately 4:30 pm police responded to a Thornhill Lane residence for the report of a theft from vehicle. The theft occurred between Friday, November 20th, and Sunday, November 22nd, and several items were stolen including a Tool Box and SAWZALL.

November 24, 2020

  • A Truck Enforcement Safety Detail was conducted at Stoopville Road and Eagle Road. Four trucks were stopped and inspected, and two minor violations were found.

  • At approximately 4:00 pm a Newtown Township resident contacted police to report a theft. His son’s bike was stolen in the area of Grant Street and South Norwood Avenue around 9:45 am. The bike was described as a black Trek mountain bike valued at $400.00.

Two DUI arrests were made during this time period.