Warminster Township Police Department -Arrests and Notable Incidents Blotter:
Period 8/16/2022 to 8/28/2022
WT-20-08597 Theft Arrest
A 63 year old female from Warminster was charged with theft from a former employer. The theft allegedly occurred over a few years involving unauthorized purchases on business accounts for personal use.
WT-22-09077 Dog Bite / Citation Issued
After completing an investigation the Animal Control Officer cited a 58 year old male from Ivyland after his dog got loose and bit another person.
WT-22-07924 Theft Arrest
A 41 Year old male from Doylestown was arrested for theft of a custom bicycle value is said to be approximately $2100.
WT-22-02971 Simple Assault Arrest
Police charged a 41 year old male from Willow Grove and 36 Year old male from Warminster with assault after a fight ensued after a reported traffic accident.
WT-22-09985 Drug Possession and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Police arrested a 29 year old male from Philadelphia after conducting a vehicle stop. The Male was found to be in Possession of Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia.
WT-22-09985 Warrant Arrest
After conducting a traffic stop Police found the passenger of the vehicle to have an active warrant for his arrest out of Bucks County. The 35 year old male was taken into custody on the warrants and then turned over to the Bucks County Sheriffs.
WT-22-10063 Defiant Trespass Arrest
A 20 year old male from Perkasie was arrested after being found on the premises of an apartment complex in Warminster. The male had been previously advised he was not allowed to be on the grounds.
WT-22-10094 Simple Assault and Harassment Arrest
A 51 Year old male from Warminster was arrested for Simple Assault and Harassment after police responded for a disturbance.
WT-22-10080 Public Drunkenness Arrest
A 31 year old male from Warminster was charged with public drunkenness after Police were dispatched to check on the male who appeared to be passed out behind the wheel of a parked truck.
WT-22-09651 Catalytic Converter Theft
Police took a report of a stolen catalytic converter from a truck parked on the lot of a business located on the 300 block of W. Street Road. Theft occurred most likely occurred overnight on 8/16/2022. Value of the theft is approximately $2000.00.
WT-22-09652 Catalytic Converter Theft
Police took a report of a stolen catalytic converters from a truck parked on the lot of a business located on the 300 block of W. Street Road. Theft occurred overnight on 8/16/2022 into 8/17/2022. The vehicle was equipped with two converters and both were taken. Value of the theft is approximately $4000.00.
WT-22-09693 Catalytic Converter Theft
Police took a report of a stolen catalytic converters from a Ford Super Duty Truck parked in the lot of an apartment complex located in the township. Theft occurred sometime between 8/17/2022 and 8/18/2022. Value of the theft is approximately $1000.00.
WT-22-09766 Theft of Copper Wire and damage to property
Police took the report of copper wire that was taken from a duplex in the Speedway section of the township. Estimated value of damages approximately $5000 to $10000.
WT-22-09960 Theft of Amazon Package
Police took a report from a resident stating that an amazon package was delivered but taken prior to the resident being able to retrieve it from the lobby of his apartment complex.
WT-22-09693 Catalytic Converter Theft
Police took a report of a stolen catalytic converter from a Chevy 2500 Truck that was parked in the Warminster Train Station lot. Theft occurred sometime between August 20th and August 22nd. Value of the theft is approximately $2000.00.
*** ALL SUSPECTS/DEFENDANTS IN THE STATED INCIDENTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW, SOME INFORMATION/INCIDENTS MAY BE WITHELD DUE TO NATURE OF INCIDENT OR ACTIVE INVESTIGATIONS ***
** Community Awareness:
**** We would like to remind everyone to please remember to secure your vehicles and valuables, also many newer vehicles have key fobs that auto unlock your car doors when you are in a certain range, please keep this in mind when parking your vehicle and ensure those key fobs are stored far enough away when not in use so that your vehicles remain locked. Doing these simple things will help minimize the chances of you becoming a victim of this type of theft. Most actors in these cases are looking for unlocked vehicles/quick easy targets that they can get in and out fast. These types of crimes tend to increase with the nicer weather. If you happen to see suspicious or illegal behavior occurring, it is always best to call to have an officer dispatched to check the area as soon as possible. Call 215-672-1000 (Non Emergency Dispatch) or 911 for emergencies.
**** Making a Police Report or Speaking with an Officer Involving an Incident:
If you need to make a police report, report a crime in progress or that has recently occurred and/or speak with an Officer in regard to a situation, you can dial 911 for emergencies or 215-672-1000 for our non-emergency dispatcher 24 hours a day.
The Crime Watch site “Contact Us Form” and the citizen contact form are for general administrative questions and general information request, not for dispatching or making reports. Please be aware these contact form accounts are not continuously monitored and therefore there can be a delay in getting a response or having an officer address a situation.
****As many residents are aware a drug collection box is located at the Police Department (401 Gibson Ave, Warminster PA) for the convenience of township residents. This drop box allows residents to safely and securely dispose of old prescription and over the counter medications. The box is located in our 24 hour Police Lobby. Residence should read the warning label on the front of the drop box to ensure they are only leaving approved items. These items are collected and then properly disposed of by Police.
**** Please remember to remove children and pets from vehicles when unattended. Leaving a child and or pets unattended can be extremely dangerous given the various weather conditions. If you notice an unattended child and or an animal in distress in an unattended vehicle, citizens are urged to call Police.