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Male Arrested For Taunting Police Dog In Bucks County

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police in Doylestown Borough found Joseph Harrison  staggering on Hamilton Street, during the evening of September 12 020. He reeked of alcohol and he had slurred speech, police said. Not wanting to inconvenience him, they offered to give him a ride home.  It was 6:15PM and Harrison accepted the ride.  

Two Women Break Into Bucks County House To Steal Cat

by Alex Lloyd Gross Two women were arrested by the Central Bucks Regional Police Department , after they broke into a house, assaulted the homeowner, in an attempt to steal a cat, police said. The drama played out September 10 on Carosel Circle in New Britain Twp.  when Lauren Bowser, F/34, of Somerville, NJ, and

Man Pulls Knife and Sword On Bucks County Police

by Alex Lloyd Gross Police in Plumstead, Bucks County  arrested Kevin McCafferty, of Pipersville Pa. He was charged with Aggravated Assault,  fleeing and eluding, along with other, related charges.  McCafferty was allegedly involved in an aggravated assault in Doylestown Borough, on Main Street, earlier that day  on August 26, 2020..  As police arrived, he fled

Military Uniform Stolen in Perkasie

Unknown parties removed a World War II era mens dress uniform from a porch on N 7th Street Perkasie sometime overnight Saturday, August 1st, into Sunday, August 2nd.  Police did not say why this uniform was on the front porch. . If anyone has any information please contact Perkasie Police.

Parts Of Region Hit Hard By Storm

by Alex Lloyd Gross Trees came down on the 800 block of Christy Ave. in Croydon. The trees crashed through fences and brought power lines down with them. About a mile down State Rd in Bensalem, the 2600 block of State Road was starting to flood. As of 11:30 AM it was passable if you

Males Wanted For Spending Counterfeit $100.00 Bill

by Alex Lloyd Gross Two males are wanted for passing a  phony $100.00  at a Kohls Department Store in Doylestown.  The incident happened at 1745 S. Easton Road.  Police said that on July 21 2020 at about 6:15PM, the two males in the photo made a purchase with a fake $100,.00 bill. They over paid

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