Doylestown Township Police are looking for a white older model GMC Suburban . This vehicle was involved in a hit and run accident on northbound Route 611 Bypass around 3:30 p.m. on 11/28/2019 The vehicle will have damage along the drivers side.
If you see this vehicle or have any information please call the station at (215) 348-4201
Newtown Township, Pa - November 28, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. The crash from earlier at the Newtown Bypass and Buck Road has been cleared and is still under investigation. All roads are now open. Thank you for your assistance and drive safe.
Newtown Township, Pa - November 28, 2019 at 1430 There is a major three car crash with injuries at the Newtown Bypass and Buck Road. Both directions of traffic on the Bypass are affected. Police request that you avoid the area. Thank you for your assistance.
As we begin to immerse ourselves in the holiday season of gift giving, one of the more popular ways of shopping is online shopping. With this method of shopping comes some risks especially as it pertains to the delivery of your purchase. With delivery of your goods coming by several parcel carriers, a sect of our population unfortunately eyes this as opportunity to commit theft. To reduce the probability of becoming a victim of theft
As the Holidays approach, the Lower Swatara Police Department and the United States Secret Service Electronic Crime Task Force would like to provide you with Holiday Online Shopping tips. Please review the attached flyer. Happy Holidays!
Warminster Police along with Officers from more than a dozen other Bucks County police departments will patrol Street Road from end to end this Thanksgiving Eve on the lookout for impaired drivers.
The roving DUI patrol runs from 10 p.m. Wednesday until 3 a.m. Thursday morning, and covers the entirety of the 18-plus-mile thoroughfare. Motorists who appear under the influence of alcohol or drugs may be subject to field sobriety tests.
Thanksgiving Eve DUI Patrol to Cover Entirety of Street Road Officers from more than a dozen Bucks County police departments will patrol Street Road from end to end this Thanksgiving Eve on the lookout for impaired drivers. The roving DUI patrol runs from 10 p.m. Wednesday until 3 a.m. Thursday morning, and covers the entirety of the 18-plus-mile thoroughfare. Motorists who appear under the influence of alcohol or drugs may be subject to field sobriety tests. “This Thanksgiving I want to be thankful for one thing: that everyone celebrates safely,” said District Attorney Matthew D.
The Susquehanna Township Police Department participated in "No Shave November" and "Gnarly Nail November" to raise money for a charity. Vickie's Angel Foundation was selected as the recipient of over $2,000 raised by officer donations in honor of retired Detective Michael Thornton. "Vickie's Angel Foundation helps families fighting cancer who have difficulties paying their bills during the challenging times of undergoing cancer treatments."
Please be advised that the Police Department and Township Municipal Offices are having phone line issues. There is a glitch in the lines and your call to our offices may not be received in our office, but at another business/residence. Likewise, our outgoing calls may appear to be coming from phone lines which are not our lines. As always, if you have an EMERGENCY, please Call 911. The phone company has been working on the issue since Friday and hopefully things will be back to normal in the very near future.