INCIDENT BLOTTER: SEPTEMBER 27 - OCTOBER 3, 2019

September 27, 2019

  • At approximately 2:15 am an Eldridge Road resident contacted police to report a suspicious circumstance. In viewing his security cameras from a remote location, the resident saw a vehicle pulling in and out of his driveway multiple times. Patrol responded and checked the area and the property with negative results. The residence was secure..

  • Police responded to a Swamp Road residence at 1:45 pm for the report of an attempted burglary. After further investigation, an arrest was made. 

September 28, 2019

  • At approximately 7:30 am police were dispatched to Carousel Gardens in Wrightstown Township for the report of a burglary. An investigation is ongoing at this time.

September 29, 2019

  • Police were dispatched to Acme Market shortly after 9:30 pm for the report of an attempted theft. An employee reported that a male had attempted to walk out of the store with a bottle of wine without paying for it. When approached by the employee, the male put the bottle down and left the area in a blue Dodge Ram prior to police arrival.

September 30, 2019

  • Patrol were dispatched to Council Rock North High School around 3:30 am for the report of juveniles at the football stadium. It was reported that they had turned the field lights on and had thrown chairs and carpets down the stadium steps. When the maintenance man approached them, the juveniles ran in the direction of Acme Market. Upon arrival, officers searched the area, including the shopping centers and the woods in between, with negative results.

  • Around 11:30 am a Barclay Street resident contacted police to report white graffiti in the street in front of his residence. The Newtown Township Department of Public Works was notified for the graffiti removal.

  • At 1:30 pm a Tulip Drive resident contacted police to report that twenty minutes prior to him calling he observed through his security camera a suspicious person walking around his vehicle and front porch. The resident advised the male through the audio portion of his security system to leave the property. Upon arrival, police checked the area with negative contact. Police advised the resident to call the police as soon as possible in situations like this to increase the chances of intercepting the suspicious person.

  • At approximately 9:30 pm police were dispatched to a Mill Creek Road residence for a trespassing complaint. Upon arrival, police investigated and determined that the event was unfounded.

October 1, 2019

  • Patrol was dispatched to Walnut Avenue for the report of graffiti in the intersection of Walnut Avenue and German Avenue. The reporting party requested increased patrols in the area. The Newtown Township Department of Public Works was notified for the graffiti removal.