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On February 16, 2018 at 0330 hours, Newtown Township Police were dispatched to Washington Crossing Road for the report of a suspicious person trying to gain entry into the complainant's residence. While en-route, officers were also notified of a crashed vehicle in the woods nearby. Police arrived...
On February 25, 2018 at 1320 hours, Newtown Township Police were dispatched to the Newtown Bypass and Buck Road for the report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Upon contact with one of the drivers, 27 year old Thomas James Rockwell of Philadelphia, PA, the officer detected the odor of marijuana...
On February 24, 2018 at 0128 hours, Newtown Township Police conducted a traffic stop on the operator of a red Chevrolet Equinox for committing several vehicle code violations. Upon contact with the driver, 49 year old Roman J Stepa Jr. of Newtown, PA, the officer detected the odor of alcohol. Stepa...

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On 07/27/2017, Newtown Township Police responded to the Bucks County Community College within Newtown Township, for the report of computer crimes that had occurred. Specifically, the school staff learned that someone had gained unauthorized access to the school's computer network, using a faculty...
On 07/27/2017, Newtown Township Police responded to the Bucks County Community College within Newtown Township, for the report of computer crimes that had occurred. Specifically, the school staff learned that someone had gained unauthorized access to the school's computer network, using a faculty...
On Saturday, February 11th, 2017 at approximately 6:30pm, Newtown Township Police, the Newtown Fire Association, & Newtown Ambulance personnel responded to a two vehicle head-on traffic accident with entrapment, on Swamp Road in the area of Twining Bridge Road - Newtown Township. Upon arrival,...
Derrick Austin of North Bambrey Street, Philadelphia was arrested in connection with the fraudulent use of the victim's credit card in excess of $1,000. Austin was arraigned before Judge Petrucci and was released on $50,000 unsecured bail.
On September 19, 2017, Beth Anne Peters turned herself in to the Newtown Township Police Department in connection with a theft investigation, which determined that between November of 2016 & April of 2017, she was responsible for unlawfully taking over $9,000.00 from her employer. Specifically...

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