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Newtown Township, Pa - Newtown Township Police have taken a series of recent reports from township residents involving fraudulent activity on their bank debit cards. Detectives have since determined that at some point the victims debit card numbers & PIN numbers were compromised and used to...

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On April 5, 2019 at approximately 2309 hours, Newtown Township Police conducted a traffic stop on the operator of a white 2004 Lexus on the Newtown Bypass for committing a vehicle code violation. Upon contact with the driver, 53 year old Kathleen Killips of Trenton, NJ, the officer detected the...
Newtown Township, PA – On March 8, 2019 at approximately 5:11 pm, Newtown Township Police were dispatched to the TD Bank on Upper Silver Lake Road for a disorderly customer. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to the witnesses who explained that a customer became irate and made threatening remarks to...
Newtown Township, Pa – Newtown Township Police Department Detectives have been investigating a possible local connection to multiple credit/debit card fraud reports from victims in our jurisdiction. As our Detectives are piecing together commonalities in these frauds, they are asking that you...

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On January 1, 2017 Newtown Township Police witnessed a one vehicle traffic accident near the intersection of South Sycamore Street and Winchester Lane. During investigation of the accident, police arrested David Gerald McDonagh for suspicion of driving under the influence and texting while driving...
Timothy Nagel was arrested with the assistance of Lower Makefield Township Police following a theft from vehicle investigation.
Victor Williams' charges stem from an on going complaint at a local place of worship that involved harassment and threats of violence. Based on contact with the Upper Moreland Police during the early morning hours on February 23, 2017, he was arrested on a Newtown Township Police warrant and...
Richard Narasaki was charged as a result of an investigation, which found that he executed a loan agreement on behalf of the victims in the amount of $50,000 and retained the funds for personal use.
Joseph Byer was arrested, arraigned and waived a preliminary hearing on charges stemming from his failure to comply under the regulations as a registered sexual offender.

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