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Catalytic Converters Stolen and Other Crime Reported In Bristol Boro

January 11 10:23 a.m., theft, Bristol Auto Repairs, 905 Bristol Pike, three catalytic converters stolen from vehicles. 12:53 p.m., theft, McDonough Auto, 821 Bristol Pike, a catalytic converter stolen from vehicle. January 12 10:00 a.m., Bristol Borough School District, 420 Buckley St., actor stole the catalytic converter from a school van. 8:22 p.m., Golden Eagle

Fake Lottery Ticket Cashed in In Bristol Boro

by Alex Lloyd Gross Bristol Borough Police said the employees of the Bath Street Market were scammed out of $448.00 when someone presented a “winning” lottery ticket and the store paid it.  Upon reconciliation with their books, it turns out that the ticket was a fake.  Police thought they had a photo of the culprits

Area Officials React To DC Insurrection

by Alex Lloyd Gross The nation was horrified watching the events unfold January 6 2021.  Our Nations Capitol was taken over for several hours in the middle of a joint session of congress.  Police were outnumbered and several people were killed or injured.  Lawmakers were evacuated. A mob wanted to confront congress over President Trump

Car Stolen In Bristol, Crashed In Philly

by Alex Lloyd Gross The time it takes for you to run into a store and get back to your car can be short. The time a thief needs to jump in your vehicle and drove away is even shorter.  A Bristol resident found that out late last night, January 2, 2021.   About 8:30 PM

Mark Your Calendars This Sat Oct 24 2020 Drug Take Back Day

Like everything else that’s been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic this year, the 2020 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is going to have a different look, but Bucks County residents will still be able to drop off their unwanted or expired medications. At 46 locations throughout the county on Oct. 24, Bucks County residents

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