Watch Worth $1K Stolen from Impact Thrift Store
The following information was supplied by the Lower Southampton Police Department.
The following information was supplied by the Lower Southampton Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction. For full details from the police reports, click on the attached PDF file.
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 police received a report of retail theft from Impact Thrift Store. A store employee noticed a watch missing from the display case. She reviewed surveillance video, which showed a heavy-set male reaching over the counter, sliding open the display case sliding door and reaching into the case where the watch was. He was then seen closing the case and walking away. The watch was being retailed for $1,000.
Friday, Nov. 30, a complainant's car had it's fuel line cut by unknown subjects sometime overnight in front of her house on the 800 block of Sterner Mill Road.
Saturday, Dec. 1, the complainant reported that sometime the day before or overnight, someone knocked the hand rail off of the foot bridge at the pond at Woodlyn Crossing. He estimated the cost to replace it is $1,000.
Saturday, Dec. 1, the actor, a 19-year-old Feasterville resident, attempted to steal an Xbox 360 game valued at $63.59 from Kmart, but was stopped by Loss Prevention as he walked out of the store. He will be mailed a citation.
Saturday, Dec. 1, two 19-year-old males, one from Feasterville and the other from Holland, were found to be in possession of marijuana after a complainant reported a dark SUV was parked on Redcone Street with its lights on. Both subjects were also cited for underage drinking. The one subject gave police a wrong name and it was discovered he was wanted by police for a parole violation and other violations. He will be issued a summons for false reports to police.
Sunday, Dec. 2, a 27-year-old Warminster resident was found to be driving under the influence following hitting a vehicle on Street Road near Lindbergh Avenue. The driver failed field sobriety tests and consented to a blood draw.
Sunday, Dec. 2, the complainant reported damage to the overhead door at the loading dock at the PA Home Store. The damage, which made the door almost inoperable, appeared to have been caused by someone trying to pry it open. The estimated repair costs are $2,000.
Sunday, Dec. 2, the victim reported that a Chevy Avalanche transmission was stolen from her yard on the unit block of Peyton Street.
Sunday, Dec. 2, the complainant reported that three of his vehicle's tires were slashed on this date while parked at the Arbor Lane Apartments.
Monday, Dec. 3, a public works employee reported to police that sometime in the past two weeks, unknown actors threw large rocks into the Ferderbar Elementary pool and broke beer bottles in the pool and surrounding concrete.
Burglary -- Forced Entry
Monday, Dec. 3, the victim reported that his home was burglarized between Nov. 30 and Dec. 3. The house on the 300 block of Hampton Drive is currently vacant and for sale.