Police Blotter 10/12 to 10/15

                                  October 12, 2020

 
Simple Assault
Patrol responded to the area of Quartermaster Dr. for a report of a simple assault. One subject was taken into custody.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Buck Rd. at Thoroughbred for a report of a one vehicle accident. Unit #1 was traveling southbound on Buck Rd. when a deer ran into her vehicle. There were no reported injuries and her vehicle did not require a tow.
 
Well Being Check
Patrol responded to a residence in the area of Griffith Miles Cr. for a report of a well being check. Complainant reports she has not been able to get in touch with her mother. Patrol made contact with the complainant’s mother and everything was fine.
 
Suspicious Incident
Patrol responded to Renee Cr. for a report of a suspicious incident. Complainant reports that after checking his cameras, he believed someone may have broken into his house. Complainant reported that he was currently out of the area. Patrol checked the residence and everything appeared secure.

                                  October 13, 2020

 
Theft
Patrol responded to the area of Lynford Rd. for a report of a theft. An unknown subject stole a political sign from the complainant’s front yard.
 
Drugs
Patrol responded to a residence in a neighborhood off Bridgetown Pike for a report of Drugs. Complainant reported that there was a substantial amount of drugs located at this residence. After further investigation, an occupant of the residence was taken into custody.
 
Warrant
Patrol conducted a traffic stop on Newtown Richboro Rd. for a traffic violation. It was learned that the vehicle operator had an active warrant out of Philadelphia for Dangerous Drugs. The vehicle operator was taken into custody and released to Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office.

                                   October 14, 2020

 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Newtown Richboro Rd. for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. The operator of Unit #2 was transported to the hospital. Both vehicles required a tow.
 
Fires
Patrol responded to Durham Place for a report of a dwelling fire. Upon arrival, the fire was due to careless cooking and was already extinguished. NTFD stayed on scene to help with ventilation throughout the residence.
 
Traffic Accident
Complainant responded to our HQ to report an accident that occurred at the Richboro Wawa parking lot. Complainant stated that a black Hyundai backed into her truck causing her back window to shatter. Complainant stated the vehicle operator apologized and left the area without leaving any information.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to Crossroads Plaza for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 rear ended Unit #2. There were no reported injuries and neither vehicle required a tow.

                                  October 15, 2020

 
Warrant
Patrol responded to a residence off Cloverly Dr. for a report of an unwanted subject. After further investigation, it was learned that the subject had an active warrant out of Bucks County. He was taken into custody and released to the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to the area of Bridgetown Pike for a report of a one vehicle traffic accident. Unit #1 states she was traveling on Bridgetown Pike when a deer ran into her vehicle. There were no reported injuries and her vehicle did not require a tow.
 
Traffic Accident
Patrol responded to the area of Middle Holland Rd. at Jodie Rd. for a report of a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was rear ended by Unit #2.  Unit #2 sustained minor injury. Neither vehicle required a tow.
 
Hit and Run Accident
Patrol responded to Township Rd. at Upper Holland Rd. for a report of a hit and run accident. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 while illegally passing them on the left. Unit #2 sustained minor injury and did not require a tow.
 
Drugs
Patrol conducted a traffic stop on Bustleton Pike for a traffic violation. The vehicle operator and passenger were taken into custody for possession of controlled substances.

During this tour, Patrol responded to 11 Alarms, 12 Abandoned 911 Calls, 10 Medical Calls, 3 Domestic Disputes and 9 Bookings.