Thursday, February 28, 2013
Graffiti was reported at Russell Elliot Memorial Park in Feasterville.
A resident walking the track at Russell Elliot Memorial Park reported graffiti vandalism to police on Tuesday. Police said they discovered a "large amount" of graffiti on the rear of the park, near the woods and Turnpike. Yellow and white paint marked a shed, benches, trash cans, dugout, a utility pole and the track, a report from the responding officer said. "Tampa" and "M.O.B." were among the words marked on the township property, police said. Authorities found a yellow spray paint canister cap and took it in to be processed. The regional TAG anti-graffiti unit was notified and called out to remove the illegal paint markings, police said.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Bromley Motorcycle Sales in Trevose has been hit by bad guys twice in recent weeks.
Recently, $41,000 worth of motorcycles and dirt bikes have been stolen from Bromley Motorcycle Sales in Trevose. The first theft happened late last week when it was discovered two disassembled motorcycles worth $17,000 were removed from crated boxes, walked out through a hole cut in a fence, and reassembled outside before being taken, police said. Authorities added that even the manuals to the motorcycles were taken. On Sunday, police responded to find three disassembled GMT dirt bikes had been stolen overnight. The bikes were lifted over quads, reassembled, and taken out through a hole cut in the fence near Somers Avenue, police said. Authorities note the over 45-year-old business does not have a surveillance system at their facility, …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
An 18-year-old Lower Southampton man was arrested after he is alleged to have committed several crimes in Falls.
An 18-year-old Lower Southampton man is facing charges after an incident in Falls Township where he is alleged to have pushed a female police officer to the ground. Duncan Mullin is charged with aggravated assault, manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, resisting arrest, false identification to a law enforcement officer, hindering apprehension and related offenses. Falls police report they were called to Danbury Road to break up a reported underage drinking party at 10:30 p.m. on Saturday. When patrol units arrived, they spotted several people jumping over a fence to flee the party, police said. A female officer was able to catch up with three young people - one of them being Mullin - who left the party…
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Monday, February 25, 2013
A 53-year-old man was arrested by Lower Southampton police after a fight with his wife.
A gun-owning man who was drinking vodka was arrested Friday night by Lower Southampton police after an argument, authorities said. James Keeney, 53, of Trevose, was arrested at the home he shared with his wife and charged with simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, harassment and public drunkenness. He was arraigned and sent to Bucks County prison, where he was later released on 10 percent of $5,000 bail. As part of his release conditions, Kenney turned his handgun over to officials, agreed to not go to his home and not contact his wife, authorities said. Police arrived to the 620 block of F Avenue in the Trevose section of the township and spoke with Kenney’s wife after officers were dispatched for a domestic. The woman …
Saturday, February 23, 2013
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Friday, February 22, 2013
A 29-year-old Lower Southampton man was arrested on parole violations Wednesday night.
An alarm at a building lead to the arrest of a man wanted by county authorities, police said. Ryan Schussler, 29, of Creekwood Drive, was arrested by Lower Southampton patrol officers late Wednesday night. Police responded to an alarm in the 400 block of Pennsylvania Boulevard at 11 p.m. and were checking the parking lot of the building when they spotted a man in a Buick sedan duck, according to an incident report. An officer went to see what the man was doing and discovered he was wanted by authorities for a parole violation, police said. Officials searched the Buick and found a hard hat, several tools and a crowbar. A bottle of prescription Amoxicillin was found the in center console of the vehicle, police said. Schussler was detained …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Artwork for three Neshaminy High School students will be displayed for the public.
Three Neshaminy High School students will have paintings displayed in the 2013 PSEA Annual Touch The Future Student Art Exhibition. The district said art teacher Terry O’Neill announced the following students paintings were juried into the show: The paintings will be displayed at the show starting this Sunday. The show is being held at Arcadia University, 405 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA in the University Commons Building, Art Gallery, and Great Room Lobby.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The restaurant wants to encourage dads and their daughters to spend a little quality time over some chicken and fries.
Area Chik-fil-As are hosting their annual Daddy-Daughter Date Night on Monday, March 4. This year, Dads and their daughters are invited to spend a special evening enjoying dinner, spending some quality time and enjoying the special events Chik-fil-A has planned. Dads and daughters who want to participate will have to register on the Daddy-Daughter Date Night website. There are four one-hour reservation times starting at 4:30 p.m. at each of the Bensalem and Trevose locations. The event is free to attend, except the cost of the food. Customers can visit www.daddydaughterdate.com to make a reservation. See the video in our media section to get an idea of what to expect on Daddy-Daughter Date Night. Area Chik-fil-A locations:
Work crews were spotted Monday night along Street Road in Feasterville.