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Cops: Drunken Bristol Man Arrested for Assault and Related Offenses.

Digital Reporter – Jeff Bohen

A Bristol Borough man is in custody for assault and related offenses police say.

John Chrupalyk, 64 was arrested by borough police on July 6 for simple assault, harassment, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of Radcliffe street, court documents show for an “assault in progress.” When officers arrived on scene, they were told, according to court documents, he attacked the victim and launched objects at the individual also.

:Police say they located the suspect in the backyard of the dwelling and allege he was combative and argumentative with them.

Chrupalyk was taken into custody and later arraigned before the Honorable Judge Daniel J. Finello Jr. and sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $25,000, 10% bail, where he remains as of publication.

Additionally, Chrupalyk has a current active case at the Court of Common Pleas in which he is charged with simple assault and resisting arrest in connection to an incident in April of this year. He is scheduled to appear for trial on September 9.

As of publication Chrupalyk is scheduled to appear in Bristol Borough District Court on July 17, court records show, to face charges in this case.

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Digital Reporter
Jeff Bohen has been covering news in the Philadelphia region since 2008. First on Temple Student Radio WHIP's "Run Down" Show. He then Interned at WBCB, and was a Patch.com contributor on four different Patch sites. Bohen was/ is the co-founder/creator of LeviittownNow.com helping it become the most popular digital news site in Lower Bucks County.
Bohen is a passionate about educating the public on issues surrounding mental health, as he lives with Bi-Polar Disorder. In his free time, Jeff is a avid sports fan, podcast listener, and metal head whose the best air guitarist/drummer he knows. Bohen is single and has no children.

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One Response “Cops: Drunken Bristol Man Arrested for Assault and Related Offenses.”

  1. July 11, 2019 at 4:56 am

    I feel it’s disrespectful calling police officers”cops”. They’re “Police Officers” or “Police” in general. Just my thoughts and opinion

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