THEFT >> Shortly before 2 p.m. on June 14 a Newtown Township resident came into police headquarters to file a theft of a Rolex Watch from his residence. The victim said that he last saw the watch around 6:30 a.m. on his bedside table in the master bedroom. He continued to report that he left his home for a short time and when he returned there was a contractor on scene and the victim believes one of the workers may have taken his watch, which is valued at $1,300. The situation remains under investigation.
MOTORCYCLE COMPLAINT >> On June 17 police were dispatched to the area of Mill Pond Road and Union Street shortly after 12 a.m. for a report of two male subjects operating motorcycles in an unsafe manner. The area was checked, but police did not locate the motorcycles. A short time later an officer was flagged down on Sycamore Street by a motorist who was driving a sports bike. The man told the officer that that he and his friend were on their motorcycles driving through Newtown Crossing and did admit that his friend was operating his motorcycle in an inappropriate manner. He further explained that a group of juveniles were following them in a dark colored four door sedan and throwing objects from the car at them. The officer responded to the residence where the juveniles were reported to have stopped, but the subjects were not located. There is not enough evidence to conduct a follow up investigation.
TRUCK ENFORCEMENT >> Newtown Township Truck Enforcement Unit conducted an enforcement detail on Durham Road near Fox Hill Road between 7 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on June 19. During the detail six commercial trucks were stopped and inspected with no violations noted.
THEFT >> Just after 10 a.m. on June 19 an officer was dispatched to the Bucks County Community College for a report of a theft. When the officer arrived he met with a security officer who explained that on Friday, June 14 between 9:30 and 11 a.m. five vending machines were damaged and an unknown amount of money was taken from three of them. An investigation is ongoing.
DISTURBANCE >> At approximately 1 p.m. on June 19 police responded to a home on Broadleaf Place for a report of a disturbance with someone kicking a vehicle. Officers were able to locate the parties involved and sort out the situation. It was determined that two of the teens involved had just ended their relationship, which led to the damage to the vehicle. The teens agreed that no further police involvement was needed.
PARKING COMPLAINT >> Police responded to a parking complaint on Cherry Lane at 3:50 p.m. on June 19. The caller stated that a construction vehicle was blocking the roadway. The responding officer observed multiple vehicles parked in the area, but determined that none were blocking the roadway.
A RIDE HOME >> On June 20 while on patrol on 2nd Street Pike at approximately 1:50 a.m., an officer observed a man walking along the street. The officer stopped, made contact with the man and learned that he was a resident of Mill Creek Road and was walking for exercise. Due to the time of day and the rainy conditions, the officer transported the man back to his home.