Patrol responded to Fairhill Drive for a report of a burglary in progress. Complainant reported an unknown subject inside their house, and stated the unknown subject sounded intoxicated. Patrol entered the house and found an unknown subject standing on a chair in the living room. The unknown subject was known to patrol and they were able to identify them. The subject was taken into custody, processed, charged and arraigned.
Patrol responded to a residence on Holland Road for a report of a theft. Complainant reports that a Google Slate Tablet and a Google Chrome Book were taken from the home sometime between 7/15/22 and 7/18/22. The complainant is unaware of who may have taken them.
Patrol responded to Buck and Rocksville Roads for a report of two vehicle accident. Unit #1 while attempting to turn onto Buck Road from Rocksville Road, struck Unit #2 who was traveling on Buck Road. Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Minor injuries were reported.
Police responded to New Road for a report of an assault. Patrol took one person into custody, processed, charged and arraigned.
Patrol responded to Woodstock Drive for a report of a vehicle driving strangely, possibly impaired in the neighborhood. Patrol stopped the vehicle and the driver appeared to be driving under the influence. The subject was taken into custody and processed. Charges filed.
Patrol responded to Jacksonville Road for a report of a three-vehicle accident. Unit #1 was stopped in traffic on Jacksonville Road, when they became distracted and struck Unit #2 in the rear, causing Unit #2 to strike Unit #3 in the rear. None of the vehicles required a tow and no injuries were reported.
Patrol responded to Tanyard Road for a report of Check Fraud. Complainant states they mailed a check for payment for work done in December 2021. They recently received an invoice for an overdue bill, which they thought was paid in December 2021. A review of the cashed check shows that the check had been washed and made payable to an unknown third party. Complainant was advised to contact their bank to submit a fraud claim with them. Investigation continues.
Patrol responded to E. Holland Road for a report of a two-vehicle accident. Unit #1 while pulling into a parking space, struck Unit #2, sideswiping the rear driver side quarter panel. Minor damage was reported to both vehicles and no injuries were reported.
Patrol responded to Middle Holland and Old Jordan Roads for a report of a two-vehicle accident. Unit #1 while on Old Jordan Road, attempted to cross over Middle Holland was struck by Unit #2 who was travelling on Middle Holland Road. Minor damage was reported to both vehicles and no injuries were reported.
Patrol responded to a business on 2nd Street Pike for a report of juveniles in the parking lot doing vehicle burn outs. Patrol arrived and did not observe any vehicles doing burn outs, but did move the juveniles along.
Hit & Run
Patrol responded to Middle Holland Road for a hit and run. Complainant states that they heard a noise that sounded like a crash. Upon investigation, they found that their mail box had been struck, being snapped at the base by a vehicle. A check of the area was negative for any surveillance cameras.
Patrol responded to Highland Drive for a report of criminal mischief. Complainant states that sometime overnight, their vehicle was scratched on both sides, while it was parked in their driveway. A check of surveillance cameras did not capture the actor/actors involved.
Patrol responded to West Bristol Road for a report of a one vehicle accident. Unit #1 while driving on West Bristol Road, stated they suffered a medical incident and left the road striking, a tree and coming to rest after striking an outdoor AC Unit. The driver was transported to St. Mary Medical Center and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
Patrol responded to Almshouse and Jacksonville Roads for a report of a two-vehicle accident. Unit #1 while attempting to turn left onto Jacksonville Road was struck by Unit #2 who was traveling on Jacksonville Road. Injuries were reported, but treatment and transport to a hospital were refused. Unit #2 was towed from the scene.
Patrol responded to Independence Drive for a report of a fraud. Complainant states that they received a call from a subject purporting to be from Comcast Cable TV and through conversation, the complainant allowed the subject remote access to their computer and had wiped the computer. The unknown subject threatened the complainant that all of their information would be sold on the dark web unless payments were made. Investigation continues.
Patrol responded to Sheffield Place for a report of a lost firearm. Complainant states while clearing out the personal items of a deceased family member, complainant realized that a firearm was missing. Complainant was unsure when or how the firearm went missing
Patrol responded to East Village Road for a report of a group of disorderly juveniles. Upon arrival, the juveniles were gone from the area. Complainant states that three male juveniles entered a bathroom on the premises and when complainant went back in the area was vandalized. However, complainant could not state for certain that the juveniles had done the damage.
Patrol responded to East Village Road for a report of four disorderly juveniles. Complainant states that the four juveniles were harassing and cursing at personnel. Patrol located the males who stated they were the ones harassed. Patrol attempted to contact the parents of the juveniles advising of the contact with police.
Patrol responded to Hatboro Road for a report of a male passed out in a box truck. Patrol made contact with the truck and operator who indicated they had run out of gas and had fallen asleep. A good Samaritan had stopped and brought gas to get the vehicle moving.
Patrol responded to Stafford Place for a report of approximately 40 juveniles at the location looking to fight with complainant’s child, throwing glass bottles at their vehicles and property. Complainant and their son state the juveniles had thrown eggs and cans of food causing damage to their vehicle. Investigation continues.
While on patrol an officer stopped a vehicle for violations, during the stop the driver was found to be in possession of a concealed firearm, as well as a controlled substance. The driver was taken into custody, processed, charged and arraigned.
Complainant came to the police headquarters to report an unemployment fraud. Complainant states that IRS sent them a breakdown of the last three years of income and they noticed an unemployment compensation payment that was not theirs. Complainant has advised the Department of Labor of the fraud. Complainant was advised to notify the three credit bureaus and have his identity flagged.
Patrol responded to Stoneyford & Buck Roads for a report of wires down on the road. Patrol found PECO wires down and were able to safely move them off the roadway. PECO was notified of the situation so they could remedy the situation.
While on patrol, an officer found a vehicle disabled on Old Bristol Road, partially blocking the travel lane. The vehicle’s owner indicated they had AAA on the way, however they were three hours out. Patrol had the duty tow respond so the roadway could be cleared.
Patrol responded to a parking lot on 2nd Street Pike for a report of a two-vehicle accident with injuries. The operator of Unit #1 appeared to have a medical episode, lost control of their vehicle, struck a tree, a light pole and ended up on top of a parked vehicle. The driver of Unit #1 was transported to St. Mary Medical Center. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Patrol responded to Legacy Oak Drive for a report of a fraud. Complainant stated they received a phone call from someone stating that they were their grandson and that they were involved in an accident. The “grandson” stated they were being charged, but that he was assigned a public defender. The “grandson” gave the phone to the alleged attorney who stated he would need cash to make bail for her grandson. The public defender informed the complainant they would send a carrier to pick up the money. Complainant withdrew cash from their account and met with the carrier a short time later. The carrier was driving a black Toyota Avalon. After giving the cash, the Complainant realized this was a scam and contacted police. A review of surveillance cameras came up negative.
While on patrol, officers came across a vehicle parked at an elementary school late in the night. Contact was made with the vehicle’s occupants, who stated they were hanging out. While speaking with the occupants, patrol detected a strong odor of alcohol emanating from the vehicle and observed partially filed shot glasses and a bottle of alcohol. Both occupants stated they had taken several shots and that they were not 21 years of age. Parents were contacted and came to the scene and took the occupants and their vehicle home.
Patrol responded to Lower Holland and Lark Road for a report of a deer struck by a car. Unit #1 while driving on Lower Holland Road, struck a deer. The deer ran off. Minor damage to the vehicle was reported. No injuries were reported.
Patrol responded to Holland Road for a report of dog attacking a family. Upon arriving on scene, complainants had secured the dog in the dining room and reported that their dog and bit three members of the family. The family will quarantine the dog as required.
Patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Road and Township Road for a report of a two-vehicle accident. Unit #1 was attempting to turn left onto Township Road, when they were struck by Unit #2 which was traveling on Newtown Richboro Road. Minor damage was sustained by both vehicles, neither requiring a tow. No injuries were reported.
Patrol responded to 2nd Street Pike for a report of a shoplifter. Complainant states an unknown subject put product in their large bag, came to the counter to pay for other items, when asked about the item in the bag the subject left the store, leaving their debit card behind. A check of surveillance cameras did not result in any additional information. Investigation is continuing.
While on patrol, an officer came across a disabled vehicle blocking the roadway. The officer was able to jump the vehicle to get it moved off the roadway and parked in a safe area. The owner was waiting with the vehicle for a AAA tow truck.
Patrol responded to Bridgetown Pike for a report of a one vehicle accident. The operator of the vehicle reports that while traveling on Bridgetown Pike they spun out coming around a curve, traveling across private property and striking a small tree. The driver refused treatment and the vehicle was towed from the scene.
Complainant, with his father, came into headquarters to report fraudulent activity on a TD Bank Account. Complainant reports contact with an unknown individual through Xbox. Complainant had previously sent money to the unknown individual and recently that individual had asked for and the complainant provided his banking information. Complainant reports that unknown deposits had appeared in their account and that TD Bank had frozen the account until the situation can be resolved. Complainant has contacted the three credit bureaus. Matter given to the detectives for further action.
Well Being Check
Patrol responded to Bustleton Pike for a well being check. Complainant states that an elderly female was with a male in a parking lot and the male was doing something to the elderly female’s car. Arriving on scene patrol found that the female had been approached by the male who offered to fix her car because she had recently been in an accident. Patrol and the female told the male to stop doing the work. The male did not have a soliciting permit to do the work and a citation was issued.
Patrol responded to the area of Holland and Karen Roads for a report of speeding dirt bikes/ATVs in the roadway. Patrol checked the area and none were found
Patrol responded to Addis Drive for a dog bite. Complainant states that their 7-year-old dog was bit by a neighbor’s dog, when it jumped a fence and entered Complainant’s yard a bit their dog. In speaking with the neighbor, they explained they were dog sitting for a family member, but had never observed this behavior before. Both parties were advised of the quarantine regulations.
Patrol responded to St. Leonard Road for a report of graffiti done to dugouts on the ball field. Patrol took photographs and reviewed surveillance cameras. Case assigned to the detective’s division.
Patrol responded to Richard Road for a report of a theft. Complainant states that vehicle parts were stolen from the business’ shed, but they were not able to pinpoint exactly when the theft occurred. The costs of the parts stolen exceeds $1,200. Patrol spoke with neighboring businesses and requested surveillance footage of the area. Case assigned to the detective’s division.
Theft from Vehicle
Complainant wanted to report a theft from their unlocked vehicle overnight. Complainant stated their wallet and Gucci sunglasses had been stolen. Complainant was made aware of the theft when they received a fraud alert on one of their credit cards for use at a local business. Patrol spoke with the business owner who agreed to forward video coverage of the transaction to police. Case assigned to the detective’s division.
Patrol responded to Eagle Mount Drive for a report of a fight. Complainant states that their neighbor’s dog was barking and they went to the neighbor to confront them when a fight broke out. Both combatants refused EMS. Citations to be issued.
While on patrol in a shopping center patrol was approached by a person stating their parked vehicle had been hit. Unit #2, while parked in a fire lane, was struck by Unit #1 who was backing out of a parking space. Minor damage was reported to both vehicles.
Patrol responded to Newtown-Richboro Road for a report of a two-vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 was traveling on Newtown-Richboro Road when they struck a parked vehicle. Minor injuries were reported and both vehicles were towed from the scene.
During this tour, Patrol responded to 37 Alarm Calls; 40 Abandoned 911 Calls; 87 Medical Calls; 13 Domestic Calls; 24 Booking Calls and 115 Traffic Monitoring Details.