Warminster Township Police Department -Arrests and Notable Incidents Blotter:
Period; 7/25/22 to 7/31/2022
WT-22-08600 Child Abuse Arrest
On 7/25/2022 at 4:36PM Police were dispatched to the area of Veteran’s Way for a young child unattended inside a locked vehicle that was not running and had the windows up, except for the sunroof which was open. Prior to Police arrival a bystander entered the vehicle and removed the baby from the vehicle for safety reasons. The temperature that day was about 90 degrees. Through investigation it is believed the child was left in the vehicle unattended for almost half an hour prior to being removed. The mother was eventually located in the area by Police. Due to the hot temperatures, the condition of the vehicle and the amount of time the child was left unattended the 26 YOA Female from Philadelphia was later arrested for Endangering the Welfare of Children
WT-22-08901 Armed Subject Call
Police responded to an armed subject in the hundred block of E. Street Road. Upon arrival and investigating it was determined one male showed another male a handgun earlier in the day. It was believed the male was not allowed to possess the firearm, a call was then made to police. Police located the male after a search of the area. The subject eventually spoke to police and it was determined the gun to be a replica of a P29 9mm handgun and not an actual real firearm.
WT-22-08626 Catalytic Converter Theft
On 7/26/2022 Police responded to the area of the 200 block of W. Street Rd for a report of a catalytic converter theft from an F250 dump truck. The theft is estimated to be approximately $2700.
WT-22-08260 Retail Theft Arrest
On 7/17/2022 at 5:17PM Police responded to the Walmart store for a retail theft that had occurred. A 48 YOA female from Trevose Pa. was cited for the theft and released.
WT-22-06952 Scattering Litter and Rubbish
Police were investigating a suspicious occupied vehicle in the area of 300 Veterans Way. While Police were on scene the rear passenger through a bag out of the window. After several attempts to get the occupant to pick up the trash which they refused to do, the officer cited the female passenger from Philadelphia for the littering/scattering rubbish.
WT-22-08666 Catalytic Converter Theft
On 7/27/2022 Police responded to the area of the 200 block of York Rd for a report of a catalytic converter theft from an F250 pickup truck. The theft is estimated to be approximately $2000. The theft occurred sometime between 7/22/2022 and 7/27/2022.
WT-22-08492 Public Drunkenness arrest
On 7/22/2022 at 11:18PM Police responded to the speedway section of the township for a report of an unconscious male inside a vehicle. The 52 Male from Bensalem was found to be intoxicated and cited for Public Drunkenness.
WT-22-06105 Sexual Offenses Arrest
After completing an investigation Police arrested a 30 year old male from Warrington for various sexual related offenses. To Wit: Unlawful Contact with a minor, Aggravated Indecent Assault, Aggravated Indecent Assault without Consent, Indecent Assault of a victim under the age of 13, Endangering the welfare of a child, corruption of minors, indecent exposure, unlawful contact with a minor.
WT-22-08726 Criminal Trespass Arrest
On 7/28/2022 at approximately 10:03AM Police responded to area of the hundred block of E. Street Road for a report of trespassing by a known subject. After investigation and locating the subject, Police arrested a 28 Year old female from Warminster for Criminal Trespass who was previously advised not to return to the property.
WT-22-08665 Catalytic Converter Theft
On 7/27/2022 Police responded to the area of the 200 block of Evergreen Ave for a report of a catalytic converter theft from a Lexus and damage that was done to a Toyota that parked near the Lexus. The theft is estimated to be approximately $2000.
WT-22-08846 Harassment and Disorderly Conduct Arrest
On 7/30/2022 at 7:55PM Police took a report that a 62 YOA Male from Hatboro who was involved in an altercation at a local bar establishment. The male was cited for disorderly conduct and harassment related to that incident.
WT-22-08829 Catalytic Converter Theft
On 7/30/2022 Police responded to the area of the hundred block of York Road for a report of a Catalytic Converter theft from a 2022 GMC U-Haul Van. The value of the theft is estimated to be $3000. Police are attempting to review video surveillance that may have been captured in the area.
*** 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:
**** 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.
**** 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.
**** 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.