Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Bristol Township Police announced the arrest of a second suspect allegedly involved in a Indian Creek home invasion in June. Oswald Darway, 18, of Levittown was arraigned in District Court Wednesday on felony robbery, burglary, and criminal trespass charges. As initially reported authorities said three men in sweatshirts entered a
Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen The Stages Academy Summer Fest and Vendor Fair is moving the event to a cooler venue Saturday; indoors Executive Director Deena Fischer said in anticipation of the potential for a really hot day we’re moving summer fest indoors to our spacious air conditioned facilities. We have over 40 vendor like the
Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen Bensalem Township Police are warning residents about a recent spike in scam related phone calls Thursday morning. According to a release callers are targeting residents by saying they are from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or US Immigration Agents (ICE), also having the additional ability to “Spoof” the phone number
Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Two area movie nights have been cancelled due to the recent heat wave advisories. On Thursday morning, officials from Bristol Borough announced Friday’s out door movie event was cancelled due to the excessive heat conditions. Council members were notified via E-mail from Borough Manager James Dillon, multiple sources said of the
The Following is provided by the Bristol Borough Police Department covering July 8 to July 16, 2019. July 8 1:16 a.m., 800 block Pine St., male, age 35, Morrisville, PA and male, age 30, Morrisville, PA, both cited for public drunkenness. July 9 11:30 p.m., 200 block Otter St., male, age 41, Bristol,
By Alex Lloyd Gross Resident of the Crestview Center Nursing Home in Langhorne , Bucks County Pa. are being evacuated by first responders. The facility, on Toll Gate Road is near Core Creek Park. The reason for the emergency evacuation is the sudden loss of power due to the storm, Residents inside are elderly and
By Alex Lloyd Gross The federal government did what the Pennsylvania house and senate will not do. They called for a vote on the minimum wage and it passed. It passed along party lines, which was to be expected, however, locally, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-1) voted in favor of the bill. This is something he
By Alex Lloyd Gross On July 23, 2019 Karen Baxter was driving her vehicle while in a careless and reckless manor as she exited the Irish Rover Pub. According to police, she was so intoxicated that staff refused to serve her anymore and physically had tried to stop her from driving. She almost hit an
Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen A two-alarm fire in a Bristol Borough retirement community brought out fire fighters from across the area Wednesday night. The fire ripped through the roof of home around 9 10 p.m. in The Villas at Riverview according to sources present. Fire Fighters from American Hose Hook & Ladder Co 2 could
Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen The Morrisville Borough Council on Monday night approved the hiring of a part -time police officer and suspended one officer with pay in unanimous votes. The two motions were added to the “action” agenda list subsequent to a break in the council meeting which lasted approximately 35- minutes, while members
By Alex Lloyd Gross The House of Representatives unanimously voted to keep funding for 9/11 victims. They kept playing with the vote until they were shamed by the media and celebrities. Then they voted and according to most Americans, they did the right thing. It took a republican senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul, to kill
By Alex Lloyd Gross Daniel Bannister, a Ewing New Jersey Police Officer was arrested outside of a WAWA in connection with the death of his daughter last year. Police said that on December 5 2018 his three month old daughter Hailey Bannister was hospitalized with trouble breathing. Police and medics were able to quickly
By Alex Lloyd Gross Due to the heat advisory and heat index , not to mention pending storms that are possible, the Pat Benatar Tribute concert scheduled for tonight, July 17 2019 in Bensalem has been postponed until September 4 2019. All passes and tickets will be honored at that time.
By Alex Lloyd Gross File this under “Stupid Criminals”. Philadelphia Police need your help to catch him. on July 14, 2019 the male in the photo above is accused of allegedly breaking into a house on the 4000 block of Mitchell Street. He was spotted on video camera trying both the front and rear doors.
Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen If you thought thunderstorms, flood alerts, crashing trees and rolling power outages challenge, the rest of this weeks weather is something that could very well take your breath away, literally. The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for Wednesday through Sunday as temperatures will hoover