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.
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07/30/15 – ARREST WARRANT – Aris Benson, 36, Philadelphia, was arrested and charged with Access Device Fraud, Theft, Identity Theft, and Receiving Stolen Property.  On 07/24/15, Benson allegedly stole a credit card from the locker room of Fusion Fitness, Town Center, New Britain Borough and used the credit card several times.  Benson was arraigned, bail set at 10% of $50,000 secured, and remanded to Bucks County Prison.

7/29/15 – ARREST WARRANT - Paul Partington, 49, Doylestown, was arrested and charged with Assault and Harassment stemming from a domestic dispute that took place on 07/18/15 at Regency Woods.  Partington was arraigned and bail set at 10% of $10,000.

07/28/15 – THEFT – Resident on W. Oakland reported the theft of a Berlin Flyer wagon from the yard.  Approximate value $25.

07/28/15 – ORDINANCE VIOLATION - Alyson Gant, 23, Furlong, and Patrick Jongeneel, 22, New Hope, were cited for an ordinance violation at Burpee Park prohibiting use of parks after dusk.

7/28/15 – ARREST WARRANT – Jayland Parker-Hrynko, 21, Hatboro, was arrested and charged with Criminal Conspiracy and Receiving Stolen Property from a burglary incident on Golfview Drive reported on 06/20/15.  Parker-Hrynko was arraigned and bail set at $50,000 unsecured.

07/27/15 – MV THEFT – Resident on S. Main Street reported a green 2002 Infiniti I35 was stolen from the parking lot sometime between 07/19/15 and 07/27/15.

07/25/15 – PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS and CRIMINAL TRESPASS – Patrick Taylor, 25, Chalfont, was cited for PD and Criminal Trespass when police responded to a residence on W. State Street for report of unknown subject causing a disturbance.

07/25/15 – ORDINANCE VIOLATION – Steven Raynor, 22, West Chester, was cited for soliciting without a permit on behalf of Renewal by Anderson in the area of Easthill Drive.  Raynor was taken into custody and released to Chester County Constables for an outstanding warrant in their jurisdiction.

07/24/15 – ARREST WARRANT – Daniel Gough, 38, Blue Bell, was arrested and charged with Criminal Conspiracy and Receiving Stolen Property from a burglary incident on Golfview Drive reported on

06/20/15.  Gough was arraigned and bail set at $50,000 unsecured.

07/19/15 – PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – Adam Kalinsky, 23, Jamison, was cited for PD after he repeated attempts to enter an establishment on Printers Alley that he was barred from.

7/18/15 – ORDINANCE VIOLATION – Quron Carter, 19, and two juveniles, all of Philadelphia, were cited for soliciting without a permit on behalf of the “Student Program” at Regency Wood Apartments.

07/16/15 - ARREST WARRANT - Howard Freeze, 39, no fixed address, was arrested and charged with Defiant Trespass stemming from a domestic disturbance incident that took place on 07/06/15 at a residence on N. Main Street.  At the time of the incident, Freeze was on bail from an arrest in June 2015 involving the same party.  Freeze was arraigned and bail set at 10% of $20,000 and remanded to Bucks County Prison.

The Central Bucks Regional Police Commission presented Officer Blake Hamer with an Official Commendation of Merit.  Officer Hamer was recognized at the July 27, 2015 Police Commission meeting for his exemplary work in a burglary investigation that took place on June 13, 2015.  As a Crime Scene Technician, Officer Hamer conducted a thorough and complete assessment of the scene followed by identifying the actor and consequent arrest later that day.

(Pictured: left to right - Ofc Hamer, Chief Donnelly, Mayor Strouse)
The Police Commission presented a Department Recognition at the Police Commission meeting on July 27, 2015  from Doylestown Township Police to Lieutenant Pat Penecale, Corporal William Doucette, A/Sergeant Ed Hilton, Detective Wayne Jones, Officer Mark Bolender and Officer David Interrante.  These officers were recognized for their quick response and coordinated efforts in apprehending an actor in a robbery on June 5, 2015.

(Pictured:  left to right - Chief Donnelly, A/Sgt Hilton, Ofc Bolender, Ofc Interrante, Lt Penecale, Mayor Strouse)
Part-Time Officer Taylor Ashburn was sworn in by Mayor Strouse at the July 27, 2015 Police Commission meeting.  Officer Ashburn graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Alvernia University and attended the Reading Police Academy.  He previously served with the security department at Haverford College and is currently employed as a Part-Time Officer in Bethel Township, Delaware County.  Welcome Officer Ashburn!

Part-Time Officer Cody Young was sworn in by Mayor Strouse at the July 27, 2015 Police Commission meeting.  Officer Young graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Temple University and attended Montgomery Community College for his Municipal Police Training.  He was most recently employed as a Security Officer for Dorney Park in Allentown.  Welcome Officer Young!

Central Bucks Regional Police Department has been awarded a nearly $40,000 grant by the Pennsyvlania Liquor Control Board to fund a two-year project designed to combat underage and dangerous drinking.

Police Chief James Donnelly will administer the grant with support and involvement by representatives from Chalfont Borough Police Department, Delaware Valley University Security, and the Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.

“We are pleased to have been afforded this opportunity.  Irresponsible alcohol consumption can lead to dangerous behavior, property damage, and violence.  Our goal will be to increase consistency in patrols, partnerships, and education throughout the Boroughs of Doylestown and New Britain.  The patrols are part of a multi-faceted strategic plan to reduce underage and high-risk drinking.” said Chief Donnelly.

CBRPD anticipates the outcomes and impact of the project will reduce the number of alcohol-related incidents and enhance quality of life and community safety.

CBRPD is the only entity in the entire Bucks County region to receive a portion of the nearly $2.3 million in PLCB grants awarded to schools, municipalities, community groups and law enforcement agencies.


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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