Police Blotter April 21 - 25

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

The following arrest information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction.

Criminal Mischief -- Graffiti
2000 block of Brownsville Rd, Trevose
Saturday, Apr. 21, 2012
An officer on patrol noticed vandalism at the that had occurred sometime overnight.The Porta Potty was knocked over at the lower field and green spray paint had been sprayed on the east doors and wall. The rear, north doors had also been sprayed with the green paint.

Attempted Theft
600 block of Rosewood Ave, Feasterville
Saturday, Apr. 21, 2012
The complainant stated that her husband accidentally left the car unlocked overnight. They came out in the morning to find that someone had gone through the vehicle's glove box and console, but nothing was missing.

Criminal Mischief
300 block of Heights Ln, Feasterville
Saturday, Apr. 21, 2012
The complainant reported that her vehicle was damaged sometime in the morning while she was at a swimming event at . She stated that an unknown person or vehicle dented the rear corner of her parked 2009 Toyota.

2600 block of Creek Rd, Langhorne
Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012
The complainant reported that someone stole the dock he floats in the creek. He noticed it missing at about 6 a.m. The complainant saw his dock secured to land on the 2200 block of Bent Road. The person in possession of the stolen dock told police that he saw two kids on the campground trying to get someone with a pickup truck to help them remove the dock around dusk the day before. This person assisted the complainant in returning the dock.

2700 block of Arrowhead Dr, Langhorne
Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012
The victim reported that sometime between 8:15 p.m. the day before and 11:30 a.m. April 22, someone entered his unlocked truck and trailer and stole items. The subject took a bag from the back of a quad in the trailer that contained about $20 worth of tools and first aid kit. They also took tow straps and a tire pump valued at $100. A pack of cordless tools valued at $500, a screw driver set valued at $100, and other small tools valued at $900 were taken from the truck. The total value of the theft is $1,670.

2500 block of Tulip Rd, Lower Southampton
Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012
The complainant reported that between 10 p.m. the night before and April 22, someone entered his unlocked work truck and stole two tools. The total value of the theft is $499.

Bridgetown Pk, Feasterville
Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012
An off-duty officer reported that he was following a silver Dodge at about 12:09 a.m. that was all over the roadway, crossing the center approximately 15 times without signaling. He observed the vehicle driving in the curb lane and struck the curb. Officers observed the vehicle turn left from Street Road onto Bustleton Pike from the passing lane rather than the turn lane. The vehicle was pulled over on Bridgetown Pike. Police detected the odor of alcohol as they approached the vehicle. The driver, William Murray, 66 of Levittown, had difficulty retrieving his license and registration and advised the officer that he was driving home from a party at a Warminster bar. Murrary failed all field sobriety tests, including registering .23 percent on a breath test. He consented to a blood test, was livescanned in Bensalem, and transported to the for a ride home.

1200 block of Haines Ave, Oakford
Monday, Apr. 23, 2012
The victim reported that he was notified by Wells Fargo of suspicious charges on his wife's debit card. He reported that his wife still has the card, but that it was used April 22 at the Bensalem Walmart for $107 and on Itunes for $143.62 twice and $141. He stated that two transactions were denied by Itunes after the initial three transactions.

Monday, Apr. 23, 2012
1000 block of Bustleton Pk, Feasterville
Police stopped Richard Sturts, 42 of Trevose, for a DUI investigation, during which it was found that he was wanted by state troopers in Montoursville for burglary, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and defiant trespass. State police confirmed the warrant. He was livescanned and arraigned on $75,000 bail.

500 block of Avenue C, Trevose
Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2012
The homeowner reported that he arrived home to find that two TVs and some jewelry were missing from the house. He reported that he left the house at 8:15 a.m. and returned at about 9:30 a.m. through the locked front door. He found that a rear storm door was ajar. He said the exterior rear door does not lock and the storm door becomes ajar when it's slammed shut. Police did not find any signs of forced entry. Police locate a witness who resides next door to the victim. She told police that she heard a loud noise in the area between her home and the victim's at about 9:15 a.m. She looked out of her window and saw a male walking away from the house. She also saw a "frumpy" female also walking away from the house carrying a large black bag. She said this female walked toward a white and silver Buick Skylark type of vehicle parked on 3rd Street. She then saw another, younger female run from the area of the house toward the same vehicle. She then saw a blue Chevrolet pickup come from Avenue C and Forrest and turn onto 3rd Street. The witness stated she believed these two vehicles were together because they both sped off at the same time. She noted the pickup had a Delaware registration plate, but she wasn't able to remember any of the letters. 

Attempted Burglary
Unit block of E. Street Rd, Feasterville
Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2012
The complainant was in Greg Longs Gym cleaning at about 1:24 a.m. when he heard a noise coming from the rear door area. He didn't think anything of it at first because he said usually has a worker in each night doing inventory. The noise continued for several more minutes and sounded louder than usual, so he went to the rear door to check it. As he approached the door, he could see it moving and it appeared that someone was trying to open the door from the outside. He then turned on the outside stairwell light and called police. Upon arrival, police did not locate anyone or any vehicles in the area, but they could see a pry bar still wedged in the door frame. Police are still investigating this incident.

For questions about this blotter, email nicole.jenet@patch.com.


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