Police Blotter 06-13 to 06-19

06/13/22

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Middle Holland and St. Leonard’s Roads for an accident report involving two vehicles. No. 1 Unit was traveling down St. Leonard’s Road, stopped at the stop sign, continue onto Middle Holland Road where they hit No. 2 Unit. Minor injuries were reported and both vehicles were been towed off the scene.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Middle Holland and Buck Roads for an accident report involving four vehicles. Unit #1 reports that they were distracted and failed to see the traffic stop, leading to them hitting Unit #2, which then hit Unit #3 which then hit unit #4. Minor injuries were reported. Unit #1 and Unit #2 were towed from the scene.

Attempted fraud

Patrol responded to Briarwood Drive for an attempted fraud report. The plaintiff states that their parents recently received a call from an unknown subject posing as their grandson stating that they were at St. Luke’s Hospital and needed $15,000. The grandparents believed and confirmed that this call was a scam and paid nothing. The complainant was seeking information regarding the fraud and this matter was noted.

dog bite

Patrol responded to Wayne Court for a dog bite report. The complainant, a minor, had gone to a friend’s house, said the family dog ​​bit and scratched him in response to difficult accommodation and a knocked-over TV. The complainant refused EMS. The patrol spoke with the minor’s parent who was already aware of the situation and on their way. The owner has been contacted and asked to provide the necessary documentation to the ministry. The investigation is continuing.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Almshouse and Hatboro Roads for an accident report involving two vehicles. No. 2 Unit was driving down Almshouse Road when they stopped at a red light, No. 1 Unit failed to stop and hit No. 2 Unit from behind. Minor injuries were reported, both vehicles were driven from the scene.


06/14/22

Lawyer’s complaint

Patrol responded to Vanderveer Drive for a report from an attorney. Complainant reports an unknown subject requesting extermination services without a permit. Patrol checked the scene and did not find the unknown subject.

Suspicious incident

The patrol responded to Chapel Drive at the request of PEMA who had received information from the USAF that a locator beacon was active and asked the patrol to check the area. Upon arrival, the patrol encountered a person cleaning his car and believed the beacon had been activated by mistake. No issues were reported and PEMA was notified.

Lawyer’s complaint

Patrol responded to Joanne Road for a report from an attorney. The plaintiff states that an unknown man was soliciting for Echo Systems. The patrol checked the area and did not find the unknown man.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Bustleton Pike for a hit-and-run accident report. The patrol encountered the Complainant who said he was stopped on Lower Holland Road waiting to turn right when the No. 1 Unit turned left from Bustleton Pike and hit the Complainant and continued without stopping. Upon taking the report, the patrol was dispatched to Christopher Drive for an accident report at Bustleton Pike & Lower Holland Road, from the operator of No. 1 Unit. The operator advised that he n did not see any damage at the time of the collision and that he did not see the No. 2 unit stop, but when he got home he saw damage to the rear of the vehicle. Both vehicles sustained minor damage and no injuries were reported.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Bristol Road for a report of an accident with a car and a train. The complainant reports that he did not see the train and that it was too late to stop. The Complainant stated that he did not see any warning lights for the crossing. The Complainant was transported to hospital and the vehicle was towed off the scene.

bicycle accident

Patrol responded to Second Street Pike for a bicycle vs. car accident report. The driver of the vehicle reports being pulled over while waiting to exit the parking lot, when he heard a loud bang from the passenger side of his truck. A minor on a bicycle reported that he was unable to brake in time and hit the vehicle. The minor’s parent responded to the scene. The miner reported minor injuries but refused emergency medical services. The patrol transported the disabled bicycle to the minor’s home.


06/15/22

Juvenile issues

Patrol responded to Northampton Community Park for several calls regarding issues with minors on bikes harassing park goers and blocking the parking/riding area. The patrol spoke with several miners about what to do and what not to do at the park. Additionally, Patrol asked one of the minors to call their parent to inform them of the situation and suggested several summer programs that might be an alternative for the minor.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Buck and Rocksville Road for an entrapment rollover accident report. No. 1 Unit was stopped on Rocksville Road as it attempted to turn left onto Buck Road struck No. 2 Unit causing No. 2 Unit to lose control and crash. is found upside down, trapping the operator. Both operators were transported to St. Mary Medical Center and both vehicles were towed off the scene.

Dirt Bikes/ATVs/Quads

Patrol responded to Livery Drive for a report of an ATV being driven on Association property. Patrol observed two youths driving small ATVs around the back of private property and spoke with the owner. The patrol informed the owner that the ATVs were to be driven on his property, not Association property.

Flight

Patrol responded to West Windrose Drive for a report of a stolen catalytic converter. The Complainant states that within the last month someone stole his catalytic converter. The complainant states that the vehicle was parked in their driveway. The plaintiffs said they did not have surveillance cameras or any of their neighbors. Case referred to detectives.

Information reported

Patrol responded to Highspire Road for a complaint about a dog released after them. The complainant indicates that they were canvassing door to door when a dog came running towards them, they backed up and were able to get into their vehicle, at which time they were blocked by two vehicles. The police arrived and spoke with everyone involved and found it to be a misunderstanding. The plaintiff was soliciting for ECO Systems without a permit and was ordered by the police to stop until a permit was obtained.


16-06-22

Disturbance

Patrol responded to Churchville Elementary School for a report of a large group or loud party. Upon arrival, several groups were dispersed and left the area. Neither the building nor the parking lot were damaged.

Theft/purse theft

Patrol responded to 800 Bustleton Pike for a report of theft in the ACME parking lot. The Complainant advised that a group of unknown subjects were in the parking lot. When the Complainant returned to his vehicle, one of the group members tapped on the vehicle window indicating that a lock was near the car. The Complainant got out of the vehicle to see what the subject was doing when the Complainant got back into the car and noticed that his wallet was missing. The Complainant attempted to follow the subject who, along with the others, got into a silver Acura and fled. The patrol checked the area and did not locate the vehicle. Surveillance cameras in the area have been checked and requests for footage have been made. Case referred to Detective Unit.


06/17/22

dog bite

Patrol responded to School House Road for a report of a dog being bitten by another dog. The Complainant reports that they were walking their dog when another dog broke free from its chain and attacked their dog. The Complainant’s dog suffered lacerations to the rear of the body and was taken to an emergency veterinarian. The owner of the attacking dog has been informed of the steps regarding the quarantine requirements for the biting dog.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Almshouse Road for a vehicle accident report. The Complainant reports that a deer attempted to cross the road and was struck by the Complainant. The vehicle was slightly damaged.

Dog complaint

Patrol responded to Bustleton Pike for a report of a dog inside an unoccupied vehicle. Upon arrival, the patrol found the vehicle with the dog inside. The animal did not seem in distress. Patrol searched the area to try to locate the owner, when the owner returned to the vehicle they were advised of the dangers of leaving an animal in a closed vehicle. The owner apologized for the incident.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Upper Holland Road for a two vehicle accident report with injuries. No. 1 unit drove through a traffic sign and collided with No. 2 unit traveling on Bustleton Pike. The #1 unit passenger was taken to St. Mary Medical Center for a head injury. Both vehicles were towed off the scene.

dog bite

Patrol responded to Edwards Drive for a dog bite report. The complainant reports that while running, he was bitten by a dog. The dog’s owner assisted the complainant with the bleeding, the complainant then went to an emergency care facility to have the wound examined. The dog’s owner has been informed of the quarantine requirements for the biting dog.


06/18/22

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to Almshouse Road for a report of an accident involving two vehicles in a car park. Unit No. 1 was being driven by the company employee, when his foot slipped and pressed the accelerator pedal and struck the rear of Unit No. 2, which was unoccupied. Minor damage to both vehicles was reported.

Circulation accident

Patrol responded to East Bristol Road and Churchville Lane for an accident report involving two vehicles. Unit #1 was driving on East Bristol Road when it hit unit #2 from behind, while stopped at a red light. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were driven from the scene.


06/19/22

Lost dog

Patrol responded to Bradley Court for a report of a lost dog. The complainant provided a photograph, which was uploaded to the department’s Facebook page. Later that day the patrol responded again to Bradley Court with a report of the dog lost on the loose and neighbors trying to round up the dog. The police attempted to contact the owner several times, they said they were not at home and let the dog continue to roam.


During the tour, Patrol responded to 26 alarm calls; 15 911 calls dropped; 34 Medical calls; 8 national calls; 18 reservations and 70 traffic monitoring details.