Police Blotter 07/12 to 07/18

07-12-2021

Warrant
Patrol took a suspect into custody for an active warrant out of Montgomery County.  The subject was processed without incident.
 
Hit and Run Accident
Patrol responded to Crossroads Plaza for a report of a hit and run accident. Vehicle owner reports an unknown vehicle struck his vehicle and left the area. There were no reported injuries and minor vehicle damage.

07-13-2021

Hit and Run Accident
Patrol responded to East Bristol Rd. at Bustleton Pike for a report of a hit and run accident. Vehicle owner reports a white Econoline van attempted to pass him and while doing so struck his vehicle. The van did not stop. Vehicle owner was able to obtain a tag which came back to Budget Rental Company.  Budget provided insurance information and was working on determining the operator of the vehicle at the time of the accident.

07-14-2021

Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to the 1500 block of Bridgetown Pike for a report of a traffic accident. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. There were no reported injuries. Unit #1 required a tow.
 
Fires
Patrol responded to Sackettsford Rd. for a report of a fire. Upon arrival, there was a propane generator on fire next to a residence. Northampton Township Fire Dept. extinguished the fire without incident.

07-15-2021

Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Rd. at Spring Garden Mill Rd. for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1’s ladder pulled a wire down into the roadway. There were no injuries reported and minor vehicle damage.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Upper Holland Rd. at Bustleton Pike for a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to the parking lot of a business off Almshouse Rd. for a report of a five vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 was backing out of a parking spot and lost control of her vehicle causing a five vehicle accident. One subject was treated for a minor cut on his hand. Two vehicles required a tow.

07-16-2021

Local Ordinance Violation
Patrol responded to Grenoble Rd. for a report of a local ordinance violation. Property owner had an open burn and was advised it needed to be put out.
 
Suspicious Incident
Patrol responded to a residence off Columbia Dr. for a report of a suspicious incident. Complainant reports he observed through his RING camera an unknown subject attempt to enter his home. Upon arrival, Patrol made contact with the subject. The subject was from out of town staying at a neighbor’s home. He went for a run and when he returned, he accidentally went to the wrong home.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Rd. at Spring Garden Mill Rd. for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 went through a red light and collided with Unit #2. Unit #2 was treated for minor injuries. Both vehicles required a tow.
 
Hit and Run Accident
Patrol responded to Independence Dr. for a report of a two vehicle accident.  Witness stated he observed a vehicle back into another vehicle and leave the area. Patrol made contact with the fleeing vehicle who denied the accident. After further investigation, the fleeing vehicle was responsible for the accident.

07-17-2021

Hit and Run Accident
Patrol responded to a business parking lot off Almshouse Rd. for a report of a hit and run accident. Vehicle owner reports an unknown vehicle struck her vehicle while she was inside the store. There were no reported injuries. Vehicle owner sustained minor damage.
 
Public Intoxication
While traveling on Almshouse Rd., Patrol observed a male stumble into the roadway. Patrol spoke with the subject briefly and realized he was very intoxicated. The subject’s family was contacted to pick him up.

07-18-2021

Lost Property
Patrol spoke with complainant about a lost wallet. Complainant provided Patrol with the location that he believes he lost it. Patrol went to the location and spoke with an employee who provided useful information. After further investigation, the complainant’s wallet was found and returned.

During this tour, Patrol responded to 20 Alarms, 30 Abandoned 911 Calls, 26 Medical Calls, 7 Domestic Disputes and 20 Bookings.