Incident Blotter

WPD responded to the area of Oxford Dr and Lisa Dr to investigate the report of a male subject that had exposed himself to a woman. The female victim reported that a vehicle with NJ tags was near her and the male said something. She reported to the police that the male made a suggestive comment and...

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Zarbatany was found on posted private property with no legitimate purpose. He was cited and released to a family member.
Warrington Police utilized Narcan and rescue breathing on a 26 yr old female visiting from Western PA who overdosed on Heroin. She was transported to the hospital for evaluation before being incarcerated on a State Parole warrant. On Saturday morning, WPD utilized Narcan on a 32 yr old female...
At approximately 0910 hours on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, Complainant came to Police Headquarters to report being called by someone from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services at approximately 1030 hours on 6/11/18. A female called back shortly after and stated she was "Sgt. Maria from...

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WPD investigated a disturbance report involving an irate customer at the Premier Chinese Restaurant. The investigation revealed Filipe Fernandes of Warrington threw hot food on an employee. Fernandes was cited via summons for Harassment.

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Warrington Police responded to the Wegman's to investigate a Retail Theft. A juvenile was detained for concealing merchandise, not paying for it. He was released to his parents after being processed. He will be cited via summons.

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A 17-year old and a 14-year old were stopped for Retail Theft at Wegman's on Friday, July 21 2017. They concealed cans of whipped cream, a bottle of soda, and food that was not paid for. Both juveniles were released to their parents and will be summoned to court.

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A husband and wife came into the police station to report that they may have possibly been targeted for an attempted fraud - It was reported that a phone call was received by the couple stating they had won a prize in the PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE SWEEPSTAKES. The caller had enough information that...

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