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Vandals Strike Cars, Houses in Bristol & More

Take a look at the incidents Bristol Township police responded to recently.

Friday, November 2

Arrest

A Croydon man was arrested by police in a warrant at around 1 p.m. The 24-year-old was arraigned before a judge and released on his own recognizance.

Vandalism

The glass of a front door was broken in the 7600 block of Bristol Pike sometime during the previous evening.

Vandalism

At 8:20 a.m., police responded to the 3600 block of Bristol-Oxford Valley Road where a damaged rear panel to a 2005 Mercury was reported.

Vandalism

A 2004 Toyota was spray painted along Stanford Road in the Fairless Hills section of the township.

Vandalism

Between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. the glass in the front door of a house in the 1500 block of Haines Road was smashed. The damage is estimated to the $250.

Vandalism

A shed in the 400 block of Welsford Road was spray painted overnight.

Saturday, November 3

Theft

More than $3,000 worth of items were taken from a shed in the 600 block of Neshaminy Road in Croydon. A poulan chainsaw, Husqvarna chainsaw, Wagner power sprayer, weedwacker, Milwaukee sawzall and Dewalt saw were taken. A Summit Viper tree stand and a hunting suit and boots were also reported stolen.

Theft

Police responded to the 6000 block of Emile Road in Levittown for reports of a theft. A Samsung Galaxy X Epic mobile device was taken.

Sunday, November 4

Arrest

A 39-year-old Fleetwing Drive man was taken into custody on a bench warrant. The man was released to the custody of sherriff deputies.

Burglary

Between October 26 and November 3, unkown subject(s) made stole about $700 worth of items from a house on Ford Road. The residents discovered, a netbook computer, $50 cash, Nintendo PSP, Nintendo 3DSD and various prescription medical bottles were taken. The crime was reported just after 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Theft

A generator and several other items were taken overnight from Ginerbush Road. The value of the items was close to $1,000.

Theft

A blue 6.5 horse power JC 3000 generator was stolen from the 1500 block of Haines Road. The generator was valued at $150.

Theft

A GPS and medication were reported stolen from Mill Bend Road.

Vandalism

Two tires on a 2006 Chevrolet parked along Butternut Road were punctured overnight.

Vandalism

A shed in at a home on Crest Avenue was damaged overnight. The cost of the damaged is estimated to be $500.

Tuesday, November 6

Arrest

A 32-year-old Ryan Carson was arrested on a bench warrant and released to the cutody of county sheriff deputies. The man was found at 4:42 p.m. along State Road in Croydon.

Vandalism

A shopping car was pushed into the side of a 2012 Ford vehicle along Sout Oxford Valley Road. No damage estimate was given.

Theft

A bank debit card was reported taken during the day from a location along Emilie Road.

Wednesday, November 7

Burglary

A unsecured home along Mary Lane in Levittown was burglarized between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. The suspect(s) made off with several pieces of jewelry, which was valued at $1,500.

Theft

Police responded to the report of a theft of various hand tools and copper from a vehicle in the 7900 block of New Falls Road. The theft, valued at $1,644, is suspected to have happened overnight.

Vandalism

Sometime overnight in the 5400 block of Beaver Dam Road, the letters "LIB" were spray painted onto a building.

Vandalism

Just before 2 p.m., police discovered the windows at a Crabtree Drive structure has been broken out. No value was assigned to the damage.

 

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Florence Richards November 11, 2012 at 03:19 PM
All crime is unfortunate, but those who stole the generators from households in light of hurricane Sandy struck an all time low! It's a sad state of affairs for people to take costly survival equipment during a disaster.
Gamedame November 16, 2012 at 03:15 AM
Florence, I couldn't agree with you more! Some people need generators for life-sustaining equipment like oxygen! And just as low are the individuals who stole the generator(s) being used to power traffic signals at busy intersections. One in particular, at Green Lane and Route 13, was especially dastardly because within an hour of the theft there was a huge accident with injuries that occurred because the light was out.

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