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The Quakertown Police Department seeks any information concerning the disappearance of William McSorley. McSorley was last seen getting into the back seat of a vehicle outside his residence in Quakertown Borough on September 29, 2011. McSorley is a white male, 5’9”, blue eyes and at the time of his disappearance was 49 years old, weighed 250 ibs and had balding partially gray hair.
The Quakertown Police Department seeks any information concerning the disappearance of Thomas Esbensen. Esbensen was last seen leaving his residence in Quakertown Borough on December 27, 2008. Esbensen is a white male, 5’9”, blue eyes and at the time of his disappearance was 41 years old, weighed 160 ibs and had blond/strawberry hair.
Police responded to 164 Park Ave for a disturbance. It was determined that natural gas was intentionally left on inside the apartment. Brown was intoxicated, resisted arrest, and struck officers. Brown was arraigned and committed to Bucks County Prison.
Police responded to the parking lot of Pet Valu for an erratic driver who was followed to the parking lot. The driver was identified to be Blichasz and was determined to be driving under the influence. Blichasz was arraigned and committed to Bucks County Prison on a detainer.
Quakertown Police responded to 60 Alan Lane for a male sleeping in the hallway. The male was identified to be Peter Myers. It was determined that Myers had an active warrant. Myers was found to be in possession of suspected Marijuana. Myers was arraigned and committed to Bucks County Prison.
Adams was a passenger in a vehicle which was stopped for a traffic violation and provided false information concerning her identity. It was determined that Adams had an active warrant out of Allegheny County. Adams was arraigned and committed to Bucks County Prison.