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On December 22, 2016 police were notified of a suspicious circumstance that had just occurred at a business on Durham Road. Two customers were witnessed sampling several of the products, then purchased multiple products and attempted to return an item not listed on their receipt. The total damages...
On February 1, 2017, patrols were dispatched to the area of Second Street Pike and Swamp Road for the report of a one vehicle traffic accident. The operator, Conor Watanabe, was subsequently placed under arrest for the suspicion of driving while under the influence of an unknown substance. When he...
On March 7, 2017 police responded to the area of Richboro Road and Green Lane for the report of a traffic accident. During the investigation of the accident, it was learned that Stanely Mason, an operator and the causation of the accident, had thrown a bottle of brown liquid at the other vehicle...
On February 22, 2017 police were dispatched to a residence in Society Place for the report of a theft of money. The complainant reported that a nurse, Tyler Green, who had been at the home and caring for the victim, was acting suspiciously during her visit. During a subsequent interview with police...
On February 23, 2017 police were conducting a traffic detail in the 200 block of Eagle Road when they observed a vehicle travel through the area at a high rate of speed. Upon further investigation, the operator, 57-year-old Andrew Guimes of Newtown, PA, was placed under arrest for the suspicion of...

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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.
William O'Hara pled guilty in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas to stealing $64,000 worth of property belonging to a known person.

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