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On the 31st of May, an officer was conducting a 'Click it or ticket' detail when a vehicle went past the officer at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with the driver and sole occupant, Matthew Robert Klauder. During the investigation, the officer could detect the...
On the 28th of May, an officer observed a vehicle driving on Lincoln Hwy without functioning rear lights. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with the driver, and sole occupant, Patrick Morton. While speaking with Morton, the officer could smell the distinct odor of marijuana coming from...
On the 23rd of May, an officer was driving on Lincoln Hwy observed a vehicle that was driving without any functioning rear lights. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with driver and sole occupant, Napoleon Dominic Robicheaux. While speaking with Robicheaux, officers could detect the odor...
Michael Paul Schmid was arrested on the 17th of May in connection with a burglary incident that took place on March 3rd. On that date, the owners the 7-11 on Lincoln Hwy called to report that someone had entered the building and took money from the cash register. After reviewing video footage,...
On the 9th of May, officers were called to the Mill Creek Apartments for a subject being loud, boisterous, and attempting to break into an apartment building. Officers met with a male subject, ID'd as Joe Ziegler. While speaking to Ziegler, officers could detect the odor of an alcoholic beverage...
On the 7th of May, an officer on patrol observed a male subject standing in front of a closed business on Lincoln Hwy. After checking on the subject, ID'd as Jeremy Bruno, he reported that he had a few drinks this evening and got into an argument with his girlfriend who told him to "get out of the...
While on patrol on the 3rd of May, an officer came across two vehicles stopped in the roadway on Durham Road by LeGrande Ave. One of the drivers was flagging down the passing officer. When the officer approached the vehicles, he found that one had a large trashcan wedged under the front bumper. The...
On the 1st of May, officers in the area of Lincoln Hwy and Durham Road observed a vehicle driving with a cover on the license plate that prohibited the viewing the plate from a reasonable distance. The vehicle then turned into the gas station at Lincoln and Durham. When officers made a traffic stop...
While on patrol in the early morning of April 30th, officers observed a vehicle with dark tint on all of the windows travel on Lincoln Hwy. Upon approaching Hulmeville Ave, the vehicle made a turn without using a turn signal. After stopping the vehicle, officers made contact with the driver, and...
On the 31st of May, an officer was conducting a 'Click it or ticket' detail when a vehicle went past the officer at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with the driver and sole occupant, Matthew Robert Klauder. During the investigation, the officer could detect the...
On the 28th of May, an officer observed a vehicle driving on Lincoln Hwy without functioning rear lights. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with the driver, and sole occupant, Patrick Morton. While speaking with Morton, the officer could smell the distinct odor of marijuana coming from...
On the 23rd of May, an officer was driving on Lincoln Hwy observed a vehicle that was driving without any functioning rear lights. The vehicle was stopped and contact was made with driver and sole occupant, Napoleon Dominic Robicheaux. While speaking with Robicheaux, officers could detect the odor...
Michael Paul Schmid was arrested on the 17th of May in connection with a burglary incident that took place on March 3rd. On that date, the owners the 7-11 on Lincoln Hwy called to report that someone had entered the building and took money from the cash register. After reviewing video footage,...
On the 9th of May, officers were called to the Mill Creek Apartments for a subject being loud, boisterous, and attempting to break into an apartment building. Officers met with a male subject, ID'd as Joe Ziegler. While speaking to Ziegler, officers could detect the odor of an alcoholic beverage...
On the 7th of May, an officer on patrol observed a male subject standing in front of a closed business on Lincoln Hwy. After checking on the subject, ID'd as Jeremy Bruno, he reported that he had a few drinks this evening and got into an argument with his girlfriend who told him to "get out of the...
While on patrol on the 3rd of May, an officer came across two vehicles stopped in the roadway on Durham Road by LeGrande Ave. One of the drivers was flagging down the passing officer. When the officer approached the vehicles, he found that one had a large trashcan wedged under the front bumper. The...
On the 1st of May, officers in the area of Lincoln Hwy and Durham Road observed a vehicle driving with a cover on the license plate that prohibited the viewing the plate from a reasonable distance. The vehicle then turned into the gas station at Lincoln and Durham. When officers made a traffic stop...
While on patrol in the early morning of April 30th, officers observed a vehicle with dark tint on all of the windows travel on Lincoln Hwy. Upon approaching Hulmeville Ave, the vehicle made a turn without using a turn signal. After stopping the vehicle, officers made contact with the driver, and...
On the 28th of April, officers conducted a pedestrian stop of a subject outside a business on Lincoln Hwy at around 1230am. While speaking to the man, he ID'd himself as Robert Maccari. A check of computer records indicated that Maccari had an arrest warrant from the Bucks County Sheriff's Office...
During a patrol on Lincoln Hwy on February 12th, an officer observed a vehicle that was being operated on Lincoln Hwy with a PA registration, however it had a NJ inspection sticker in violation of the PA Motor Vehicle Code. The vehicle was stopped and 4 juveniles were found in the vehicle. While...
Officers were notified about a burglary discovered upon arrival home. Officer McAnlis responded and was told that a rear door had been found open upon return of the residents around 215pm and multiple items were stolen and packages ransacked. DNA was able to be obtained from multiple door handles...

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On the 24th of November, the victim came to the station to report an increase in the intensity and frequency of threats against her and her children by her ex-boyfriend, Patrick Kelleher. Patrick indicated he would drive across the country and pick up the kids by any means necessary. After viewing...

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Officers were called to a strip mall on W Lincoln for multiple burglaries. Shumai Wok at 321 W. Lincoln Hwy, the PLCB Liquor Store at 315 W. Lincoln Hwy, and Reno's Pizza at 311 W. Lincoln Hwy all showed signs of entry or attempted entry. Reno's Pizza and Shumai Wok were both entered with nothing...

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On 11/27/17, Officer Spotts conducted a traffic stop on a older Dodge Caravan. During the investigation, it was found that the driver was placed into NCIC as missing from Whitpain Township in Montgomery County after failing to return from grocery shopping on 11/26. The driver appeared to be...
On the morning of 11/26, Officer Spotts conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with 2 occupants. During the stop, the passenger was found to be entered into NCIC as a missing juvenile. After contacting Lower Southampton PD, it was discovered that the juvenile had left home on 11/23/17 and didn't...
Officers were dispatched to Bertrand's Auto on Monroe Ave for a theft of a radio from a Ford F450 RV. The radio was a newer model touch screen valued at $700 with an estimated cost of a window replacement of $300.

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A cell phone was found on October 18th, 2017 in the parking lot of Penndel Borough Hall. If you are missing a cell phone, please contact the station. 215-757-5152
At 830pm on June 4th, Penndel PD was dispatched for a possible port-a-potty fire. After an investigation, it was found that a firework was set off inside. Penndel PD is requesting any information on the pictured subjects. 2017060420064116.jpg 2017060420265716.jpg

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On the 16th of September 2017 at 0207, Penndel, Middletown, and Langhorne Borough Police Departments responded to the 7-11 on W. Lincoln Hwy for a reported robbery with a firearm. The clerk reported a unknown male subject came into the store and demanded the contents of the register, which was...

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On the 21th of November, officers in the area of Lincoln and Bellevue Ave observed a vehicle disregard a 'no turn on red' sign at the intersection. As the vehicle turned under a street light, the officers observed that the vehicle had a heavy tint on the front windows and windshield, obscuring the...

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The owner of a business in Penndel came to the station on the 5th of December to report that his business credit card had possibly been "skimmed" and had been used at a variety of stores in the area. The owner was still in possession of his card. Fraudulent purchases were made at convivence stores...

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The owner of a business at 424 W. Lincoln Hwy reported that sometime in the overnight hours of April 5th, an unknown subject or subjects using pellet guns shot out a number of windows of cars in the parking lot. The subject(s) were not caught on the security cameras.

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Officers were called to the business of Penndel Performance, where they were informed that all the scrap metal outside of the shop was taken during the overnight hours of the 28th of January. Upon viewing camera footage, it shows an older model SUV approach the business on Crescent Street at...

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On Christmas Day 2017, officers were dispatched to the intersection of Lincoln Highway and S Bellevue Avenue for an accident with injuries, one vehicle on its side. Upon arrival, officers found 3 vehicles involved and one on its roof with 2 people trapped inside. The Penndel Fire Company and...

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A resident of Penndel called police to report that his credit card had been declined at a local ATM. Upon calling his company, he found that his information had been skimmed, possibly from somewhere in Montgomery County and used at the Staples store in Falls Township. The above suspects came into...

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A Penndel Business owner reported that a Black Male, approximately 25 years old, standing 5'11" with a medium build, and wearing a pink plaid button down shirt attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase merchandise on the evening of Thursday, April 20, 2017. The male departed in a Dark...

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The Penndel Police Department seeks the public's assistance in identifying the below subject who was involved in a burglary at Bertrand's Auto, 137 E. Lincoln Highway on Sunday, November 17, 2013. Please contact 215-757-5152 or police@boroughofpenndel.org with any information. Your information can...

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The Penndel Borough Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying this actor involved in the robbery of a woman on Noeland Avenue during the afternoon of Sunday, December 29, 2013. The actor is described as a white male approximately 6 feet tall with a medium build, dark...

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The Penndel Police Department seeks the public's help in identifying the below individual. On February 1, 2015 at 2:00am, the Penndel Police Department responded to the 711 store located on the 500 block of West Lincoln Hwy for a disturbance. Upon arrival, the complainant advised that he became...

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