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100 block of E. Street Rd, Feasterville
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
A Wine & Spirits employee reported to police that he observed a female walk quickly out of the store and felt that she might have been involved in a theft, so he followed her to her vehicle. He saw her get into a black Volkswagon. He checked the surveillance video, which showed the female removed two bottles of Tanqueray Ten from the shelf and conceal them before exited the store. Police ran the female's registration from her vehicle, which showed it was registered to Joan Siweck, 64 of Bensalem. The store employee was able to positively identify her from her driver's license photo. Siweck will be mailed a summary citation for retail theft.
100 block of W. Street Rd, Feasterville
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
A employee reported to police that she observed a male carrying out two televisions. She suspected that he had stolen those items, so she followed him to his vehicle. The male got into the passenger side of the vehicle, so the employee attempted to walk in front of the vehicle and the female driver began driving forward. The employee was forced to step back and the vehicle left at a high rate of speed. A witness reported that the vehicle was blue/green, late 80s or early 90s Dodge Caravan. The male was described as a black male and is believed to be in his 30s. The estimated value of the loss of the two TVs is $629.99.
1300 block of Bustleton Pk, Feasterville
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Police responded to a residence for the report of a domestic disturbance between a male and female. The complainant told police that he and his girlfriend, Julie Shlamowitz, 23 of Warminster, were having a verbal argument that turned into a physical dispute. He reported that Shlamowitz punched him a few times in the head and body and also got him into a headlock at which time she bit his left arm. Police noted a quarter-sized laceration on his arm where she bit him and had signs of redness and bruising. While speaking to the complainant, Shlamowitz came outside yelling and screaming. Police told her to calm down and she reported that the complainant attacked her and tried to choke her. She had no visible signs of redness or marks. At that time, Shlamowitz was taken into custody for domestic assault, was arraigned and sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $25,000 bail.
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