CENTRAL BUCKS REGIONAL POLICE
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
LATEST NEWS . . .

POLICE NEWS


TERRORISTIC THREATS – 11/13/14 – Paul Partington, 48, Doylestown was charged with Terroristic Threats, Harassment and Disorderly Conduct after police responded a second time to the apartment on Old Dublin Pike for a domestic disturbance.  Partington was arraigned, bail set at 10% of $10,000 and remanded to Bucks County Prison.


THEFT – 11/10/14 – A student at Delaware Valley College reported a theft of a black Playstation 4 and “Call of Duty” video game during the overnight hours of 11/07/14 from his dorm room. Approximate total value $460.

PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 11/09/14 – Kevin Pauly, 48, Hilltown, was cited for PD after police observed Pauly slumped over while seated on a wall in the area of S. Hamilton Street.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT – 11/08/14 - Kevin Wanders, 24, Jamison, was cited for DC after police responded to a physical altercation taken place in front of 29 S. Main Street.

UNDERAGE DRINKING – 11/07/14 – James Stout, 18, was cited for UD after police were dispatched to Delaware Valley College for an intoxicated student. Stout was transported to Doylestown Hospital for medical attention.

THEFT – 11/07/14 – Music and Arts, Doylestown Shopping Center, reported a theft of two flutes taking place sometime between 11/05 and 11/07. Approximate total value is $4,700.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – 11/07/14 – Starbucks, Main Street, reported damage to a bathroom mirror that was spray painted with a silver line.


TERRORISTIC THREATS – 11/4/14 – A 16-year old male juvenile, New Britain, was charged with Harassment and two counts of Terroristic Threats after sending threatening text messages to another juvenile.


STOLEN VEHICLE – 11/2/14 – Police took a report of a stolen 2006 Ford F-250 truck Super Cab from the parking lot on N. Main Street.  The truck has chrome wheels, chrome grill and chrome running boards.  Truck valued at approximately $18,000.


UNDERAGE DRINKING – 11/01/14 - Christopher Moran, 20, Slatington, was cited for UD when police observed suspicious activity from a vehicle parked on Dommel Way.


PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 11/01/14 – Susan Dimascio, 61, Doylestown, was cited for PD when police responded to East Street for a well-being check.  Dimascio was transported to Doylestown Hospital for medical attention.


INDECENT EXPOSURE – 10/30/14 – James Snyder, 53, Telford, has been charged with Obscene and Other Sexual Materials and Performances, Indecent Exposure, Open Lewdness and Disorderly Conduct when police responded to suspicious activity at the Liberty Gas Station parking lot.  Police later located and arrested Snyder at the Starbucks parking lot.


PUBLIC NOTICE
Residents have received calls from Bucks County Police 215-343-1297.  This is NOT Central Bucks Regional Police Department and we are unaware of the person or entity making these phone calls.
OFFICIAL COMMENDATION

On Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 2124 hours, Officer Bryan Pullar, Officer Scott Stewart and Officer Matthew Smith were dispatched to Siren Records, located at 25 E. State Street, Doylestown Borough, for what was initially thought to be a 50-year old male having a seizure.  While en route, the officers were informed the victim was in cardiac arrest and that a nurse on scene started CPR.

When Officer Pullar, Officer Stewart and Officer Smith arrived on the scene, Officer Pullar immediately assisted with CPR with Officer Smith, while Officer Stewart applied an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) to the victim, who was still without a pulse.  Central Bucks Ambulance paramedics subsequently arrived and performed pre-hospital care to the victim, whom, prior to transport to Doylestown Hospital, regained a pulse and survived this medial emergency.

According to the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation, sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death among adults over the age of 40.  Sudden cardiac arrest is survivable if appropriate and immediate measures are provided including CPR and the use of an AED within 3-5 minutes of collapse..  The Officers' actions had a direct impact on the outcome of this incident.

As a result of Officer Pullar, Stewart and Smith's professional expertise, cooperation and collaboration of everyone on scene, this person arrived at the hospital alive. 

The actions of all reflect in a positive manner on the Central Bucks Regional Police Department, the Central Bucks Ambulance Squad, and the individuals themselves.

James Donnelly, Chief of Police
David Holewinski, Chairman, CBR Police Commission
" WINDOW NATION" has been knocking on doors throughout New Britain and Doylestown Boroughs without a solicitation permit.  They have been issued citations for violating the ordinance.  If they come to your door, call POLICE immediately.  Do NOT speak with them.  CBRPD thanks you for your assistance.

E-Z PASS SCAM


There is a new scam making its way across the internet, and this time it involves EZ-Pass and the scanning procedure that it does when you drive through tolls.

How the Scam Works:  There are three things to look out for in the new scam email referring to the pass.  First, E-Z Pass customers get an email from 'look alike' E-Z Pass accounts.  Then, the email tells customers that they have unpaid toll fees.  Also, the email scammer asks customers to click on a fraudulent link to pay their bill.  All of these are signs of the E-Z Pass scam.  Usually, the scammer is looking to get your passwords, credit card numbers, and other sensitive information from you. 

Here are some ways you can prevent yourself from becoming a victim:  First thing to remember is that emails like that are not legitimate.  They are coming from a scammer looking to use your personal, sensitive information for his/her own use.  Make sure to delete the message right away when you first receive it.  Do NOT click on the link either; it will take you to a fraudulent website that will attempt to retrieve your personal information.  The EZ-Pass Corporation released a statement saying it sends out notices through the USPS instead of through email.  By following these simple steps, you can prevent yourself from becoming a victim of these scams.





POLICE REACH OUT TO SENIORS

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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