MORRISVILLE, PA —Police reported the theft of a $17,000 green Ford F350 stolen Sept. 14 from the DA Motors parking lot on the 400 block of South Pennsylvania Avenue.
That was one of the crimes listed by the Morrisville Borough Police Department in its police document on criminal incidents from September 6 to 26.
During that time, police handled a car theft, three bicycle thefts, three DUIs, two burglaries and three warrants.
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- Theft from motor vehicle — 09/06/22 @ 12:15 pm — Report of loose change, a deactivated app card and Social Security card were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. Value: $5
- Arrest/Simple Attack — 09/06/22 @ 9:05 PM – Deyana Brooks, 25, was arrested for simple assault and other related charges for an incident that occurred on the 300 block of Plaza Boulevard. She was processed and sent to Bucks County Jail.
- Arrest/public intoxication – 09/06/22 @ 10:33 pm – A 48-year-old man was caught in public intoxication for an incident that took place in the Seven Eleven parking lot on South Pennsylvania Avenue.
- Arrest/public intoxication/criminal mischief – 09/09/22 @ 13:03 pm – A 46-year-old woman was charged with public intoxication and criminal mischief for an incident that took place on 100 block of Center Street.
- Arrest/Burglary/Harassment — 09/09/22 @ 6:14 pm and 10:55 pm — A 54-year-old man will be charged with trespassing and harassment for an incident at the Seven Eleven on South Pennsylvania Avenue.
- bicycle theft – 9/22/22 @ 3:07 PM – Report of a red and white Titan bike stolen at 400 block of South Washington Street. Value: $50
- Arrest/GERMANY — 09/11/22 @ 04:48 am — A 34-year-old man was arrested for drunk driving at the Mill Pond Shopping Center after an incident that happened on the block of East Hendrickson Avenue. He was processed and released.
- Theft from motor vehicle – 9/22/22 @ 9:35 PM – Report of an SPX transmitter box stolen from a work vehicle on the 300 block of West Maple Avenue. Value: $500
- Arrest/GERMANY — 09/12/22 @ 20:12 pm — A 40-year-old woman was arrested for drunk driving after a traffic accident on the 500 block of West Bridge Street. She was processed and released.
- Arrest/Violation of the Code – 14/09/22 @ 01:36 am – A 46-year-old woman was arrested for calling 911 multiple times throughout the evening for no legitimate purpose. She was processed and released.
- Theft of motor vehicles – 9/14/22 – Report of a green Ford F350 stolen from the DA Motors parking lot on the 400 block of S. Pennsylvania Avenue. Value: $17,000
- Arrest/harassment – 9/14/22 @ 8:36 PM – A 21-year-old woman was charged with harassment for two incidents that took place at 100 block of N. Delmorr Avenue.
- bicycle theft – 09/15/22 @ 10:55 am – Report of an unlocked Black Valley mountain bike stolen from the bike rack at Morrisville High School. Value: $150
- Arrest/public intoxication — 09/18/22 @ 02:30 am — Three men were charged with public intoxication for an incident that took place on the 600 block of Crown Street.
- Arrest/Orders — 9/18/22 @ 3:16 PM – A 32-year-old woman and 41-year-old man were arrested on arrest warrants from the Bucks County Sheriff following a trespass complaint on the 200 block of West Philadelphia Avenue. They were processed and released to the Sheriff’s Officers.
- Arrest/fraud – 9/21/22 at 1:29 PM – Amaury Toro, 39, was arrested on fraud and other charges after attempting to withdraw money from Citizens Bank and holding a counterfeit driver’s license. The incident took place on the 800 block of West Trenton Avenue.
- Attempted Fraud – 9/21/22 at 3:21 PM – Two men attempted to cash a fraudulent check for $996.28 at Citizens Bank on the 800 block of West Trenton Avenue.
- Arrest/theft of services — 9/21/22 @ 5:15 PM — A 50-year-old man was charged with illegally dumping wood into a private dumpster on the block of South Delmorr Avenue.
- Deposit — 9/21/22 @ 11:33 pm — An arrest warrant has been issued for a 54-year-old man for trespassing and public intoxication for an incident that occurred outside the Seven-Eleven on S. Pennsylvania Avenue.
- Arrest Warrant — 9/21/22 @ 11:52 PM – A 36-year-old man was arrested after a traffic stop on South Pennsylvania Avenue on a Bucks County Sheriff’s warrant. He was processed and released to the sheriff.
- Attempted theft – 22/09/22 @ 16:08 – Report of an attempt to steal a catalytic converter from a Ford Excursion on the 700 block of Pennsylvania Avenues. The owner was awakened after hearing a noise and went outside to see a vehicle parked next to his vehicle. When he got closer to the vehicles, the two suspects fled.
- burglary – 9/22/22 @ 5:35 PM – Report of two quad bikes and a dirt bike stolen from a locked storage area on the unit block of South Delmorr Avenue. Value: $11,000
- Arrest/harassment – 9/23/22 @ 7:41 PM – A 36-year-old was charged with harassment after a domestic incident on the block of North Pennsylvania Avenue.
- Arrest/Violation of the Code – 9/25/22 – A 46-year-old woman is summoned for calling 911 several times during the night for no legitimate purpose.
- bicycle theft – 22/09/22 @ 23:53 – Report of an Ecotric Peacedove electric city bike stolen on the 200 block of Moreau Street. Value: $1,000
- Arrest/GERMANY – 25/09/11 @ 6:58 PM – A 34-year-old was arrested for drink-driving and other charges after a traffic accident on the 200 block of West Bridge Street. He was processed and sent to Bucks County Jail.
- Arrest/GERMANY – 26/09/22 @ 1:39 am– A 29-year-old was arrested for drunk driving after a traffic accident on Route 1. He was processed and released.
- burglary – 9/26/22 @ – 9:00 am – Report of an unsecured storage unit forcibly invaded the unit block of South Delmorr Avenue and items stolen. An investigation is currently underway.
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