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Nearly $34K Worth of Jewelry Stolen in Home Burglary

Incidents and arrests as reported by the Lower Southampton Police Department.

The following arrest 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.

Warrants
W. Pine St, Feasterville
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012
The subject was observed soliciting door to door. Police made contact with the subject and he told police that he did not have a permit on him to solicit in the township. Officers ran his information and found that he had an active warrant out of Lackawanna County. He was then detained, placed in handcuffs and into the rear of a patrol car. Once a copy of the warrant was faxed to the police station, officers transported the subject to Bucks County Prison.

Burglary
400 block of Lakeview Ct, Langhorne
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012
Police responded to a residence for the report of a burglary. The victim and her daughter reported arriving home from dinner to find the rear sliding door to their deck wide open. They also found the basement sliding glass door wide open. Neither showed signs of force. Her daughter reported that her bedroom was in the same disarray as it was in the morning, but on top of her dresser several drawers to her jewelry box were pulled open. She said two pieces of jewelry were stolen from her bedroom with a value of $600. The victim reported the unknown actor entered her walk-in closet, which was left open and several boxes of jewelry were pulled down. A TV entertainment center with drawers below it were opened as well as a dresser drawer. The preliminary estimated value of the victim's stolen jewelry is $33,500.

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