Service, Honor, Compassion . . .  Proudly serving Doylestown and New Britain Boroughs                                                      
57 W. Court Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone 215-345-4143
Fax 215-345-6373
E-mail: police@cbrpd.net
There is a Police Officer on duty at all times! 
If you need to speak with an Officer after business hours,
call Bucks County Radio Dispatch at 215-348-3524.
For Emergencies ONLY Dial 9-1-1


People have been reporting receiving calls from persons claiming to be the IRS.  Callers claim that they owe the IRS money and need to pay or legal actions will be taken against them.  Callers claim that they should buy Green Dot prepaid debit/credit cards at Wal-Mart, Walgreens or other large retail locations, and provide them with the numbers.


THIS IS A SCAM . . . please do not follow the scammer’s instructions.  The IRS will NEVER ask you to buy Green Dot cards and send them the number, either over the phone or by mail.  If you need to verify information for an IRS email message or phone call that you have received, call the IRS at 800-829-1040.

The Treasury General for Tax Administration has received reports of over 290,000 contacts since October 2013 and has become aware of nearly 3,000 victims who have collectively paid over $14 million as a result of the scam. They recommend hanging up on the caller and report incident to IRS at 800-829-1040 or go to www.treasury.gov/tigta for an "IRS Impersonation Scam" form or call TIGTA at 800-366-4484.

CBRPD TOWN HALL MEETING - Open to the Public

CBRPD invites you to join us at our first "Town Hall" Police Commission meeting.  Come and gather valuable information as we present the success and challenges of our first year as a Regional Police Department.  We encourage your comments and participation.


February 25, 2015 - 7:30 PM
(Snow Date - March 3, 2015)

To be held at:       Delaware Valley College
                            Life Science Building Auditorium
                            700 E. Butler Avenue
                            New Britain, PA 18901
                            (use the New Britain Road entrance)

TERRORISTIC THREATS – 1/24/15 - Police responded to an establishment on Main Street for report of an armed male subject being disorderly.  Michael McNair, 36, Doylestown, was arrested and charged with Terroristic Threats, Prohibited Offensive Weapons, Simple Assault, Harassment by Communication, Harassment by Annoyance, Public Drunkenness.  McNair was arraigned, bail set at 10%, $50,000 and was remanded to Bucks County Prison.

PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 1/25/15 - Manuel Ixmata, 29, Doylestown, was cited for PD, after police were dispatched to an establishment on N. Main Street for an alleged highly intoxicated male.  Ixmata was transported to Doylestown Hospital for medical attention.

RETAIL THEFT – 1/26/15 – A 17-year old male was cited for Retail Theft after police investigated theft of cigarettes at Liberty Gas Station.

HARASSMENT – 1/27/15 – David Stuppard, 28, Philadelphia, was cited for Harassment after allegedly confronting an ex-girlfriend an aggressive manner violating a previous no contact order.  Incident took place in parking lot on S. Main Street.

HARASSMENT – 1/20/15 – Steven Aldrich, 43, Doylestown, was cited for Harassment due to continued text messages to victim after police previously told Aldrich to cease and desist contact.

FORGERY – 1/21/15 - Marcus Delille, 25, Brooklyn, NY, turned himself in and was arraigned for charges including Forgery, Identity Theft, Theft by Deception, and Access Device Fraud.  Incident took place in December 2014, when Delille allegedly used a stolen credit card of resident from New Britain Borough to attempt/make several purchases at King of Prussia Mall.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE – 1/19/15 – Resident reported theft of 32 GB Apple I-Pad, valued at approximately $350, was stolen from unlocked vehicle parked in driveway on Forest Drive.

PUBLIC DRUNKNNESS – 1/17/15 – Daniel Lyons, 24, Doylestown, was cited for PD after police responded to an altercation on W. State Street.

ASSAULT – 1/17/15 - Adam Decker, 38, New Britain, was charged with Simple Assault and Harassment, after police investigated a domestic assault that took place at a residence on Frances Myers Road.

RETAIL THEFT – 1/6/14 – BonTon Men’s Store reported retail theft of a Polo Ralph Lauren multi-colored knit wool cap, two Polo down jackets and two Polo down vests totaling $1,065.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - 1/5/15 – Police responded to Pocos on N. Main Street for report of vehicle keyed in parking lot on 1/2/15 during the evening hours.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS – 1/5/15 – Bryne Sewing, Butler Avenue, reported someone entered the outdoor display case during the overnight hours.  The display case items were moved around but nothing was missing.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE – 1/5/15 – Victim reported theft from vehicle parked in lot on Butler Avenue during the overnight hours.  Taken was a black and white purse with two gift cards inside.

ROBBERY – 1/4/15 – Police responded to Stephanie’s on Main Street for report of robbery and physical altercation.  Austin Allen, 22, Doylestown, allegedly ripped a wristlet from victim’s arm while on the dancefloor.  Allen then allegedly attempted to hand the wristlet to Tyler Allen, 21, Doylestown.  Austin Allen was arrested and charged Robbery, Theft, Simple Assault and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery; arraigned, bail set at $5,000, 10% and remanded to Bucks County Prison.  Tyler Allen was arrested and charged with Conspiracy to Commit Robbery; arraigned, bail set at $5,000 unsecured and released.


CBRPD is pleased to announce the following appointments for 2015:

Acting Sergeant Ed Hilton
Acting Corporal Brian Pullar
Acting Corporal Keith Dietz
Acting Corporal Ed Kraft

Parking on Butler Avenue (business Route 202) is illegal.
Violators will receive a State citation.
Doylestown Borough Parking Department has relocated to Doylestown Borough Municipal Office (street level) at 57 W. Court Street.


CBRPD would like to assist seniors or any person who may be medically/physically challenged during an unusual inclement weather event, power outages or natural disaster. Police officers will be assigned during an event to make home visits, as manpower and circumstances permit, to see if residents are in need of any special assistance. Please call us today 215-345-4143 and register yourself or a family member that could benefit from our assistance.

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