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CBRPD recently obtained surveillance video from Acme in Doylestown regarding the theft of a display bicycle reported on June 11, 2016. 

Anyone who can identify the suspect is asked to email police@cbrpd.net or call Officer David Interrante 215-345-4143.

CBRPD is investigating a traffic accident that took place on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at approximately 9:00 PM. The accident took place at West State and Clinton Streets in Doylestown Borough involving a vehicle and a motorcycle. If you witnessed this accident, please e-mail police@cbrpd.net or call 215-345-4143.

CBRPD has made the decision to no longer print names in the police news posts. We feel the police news is a tool to alert our communities when and where crimes are occurring and it is not intended to incite gossip about individuals. CBRPD will print names when a subject may present a public danger.

HARASSMENT – 8/2/2016 – A 34-year old male, Warminster, has been charged with stalking and harassment when behavior continued after police contact on 7/13/16 in Doylestown Borough.  Subject allegedly had contact with victim in a harassing manner calling over 30 times a day and sending over 50 e-mails per day.


PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 7/31/2016 – A 21-year old male, Jamison, was arrested for PD when an officer was called to a liquor establishment on Main Street in Doylestown Borough for a highly intoxicated person slumped at the entrance of the business. 


THEFT – 7/31/2016 – Victim reported wallet stolen from purse when she briefly walked away from the shopping cart at Acme in Doylestown Borough.


DISORDERLY CONDUCT – 7/31/2016 – A 22-year old male, Langhorne, was cited for DC when he took an unlit cigarette from someone’s mouth after asking for one and none was forthcoming, subject then proceeded to be further belligerent and physically aggressive at a liquor establishment on S. Main Street, Doylestown Borough.


THEFT – 7/31/2016 – A 22-year old male, Warrington, charged with Theft.  Subject was assisting a friend in retrieving a phone that she accidentally left at a liquor establishment on Main Street in Doylestown Borough.  Bar personnel and several witnesses confirm subject was in possession of the phone although subject denies possession.  Phone valued at approximately $600.


PROPERTY DAMAGE – 7/28/2016 – Resident on the 200 block of Keeley Avenue, New Britain Borough reported damage to a mailbox and a speed limit sign that were apparently struck by a vehicle.


ORDINANCE VIOLATION – 07/27/2016 – A 29-year old male, New Britain, was cited for an ordinance violation when subject was found at Covered Bridge Park, New Britain Borough, after park closing hunting for Pokemon.  Subject received a previous warning.


THEFT – 07/27/2016 – A resident on the 70 block of S. Hamilton Street, Doylestown Borough, reported a backpack stolen from driveway.  Backpack contained wallet, IPhone 4, and small amount of cash.


MV THEFT – 07/26/2016 – Resident on the 100 block of Sandy Ridge Drive, Doylestown Borough, reported a black and white Honda CBR600 RR Motorcycle stolen from driveway during the overnight hours.  Motorcycle valued at approximately $13,000.


PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 7/24/2016 – A 32- year old male, Chalfont, and a 21-year old male, Warminster, cited for PD after police responded to the 300 block of S. Main Street, Doylestown, for two unconscious males.  Transported to Doylestown Hospital for medical attention.

ATTEMPTED MURDER – 7/23/2016 – A 52-year old woman, Chalfont, was arrested and charged with alleged Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, Possessing Instrument of Crime, Reckless Endangerment, and Simple Assault with a deadly weapon when police responded to a residence on Lynwood Drive.  Subject was arraigned, bail set at 10% $1,000,000 and remanded to Bucks County Prison.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – 7/23/2016 – A 38-year old male, Doylestown, to be charged with criminal mischief once value of damage is determined after allegedly kicking and denting a vehicle in the parking lot following subject being removed from the liquor establishment located on S. Main Street, Doylestown.

PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – 7/23/2016 – A 38-year old male, Doylestown, was cited for PD and Disorderly Contact after police observed subject in parking lot located in the 10 block of N. Main Street, Doylestown.

PRESS RELEASE - Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program
The Body-Camera Collaboration announces the launch of an estimated 90-day trial period for body-worn cameras (BWCs).  The pilot program will begin on July 27, 2016.  The BWCs will be deployed in Chalfont Borough, Doylestown Borough, New Britain Borough, and Warminster Township.

In October 2015, Central Bucks Regional Police Department was awarded a grant from The Office of Justice Programs, BJA to form a collaboration of eight law enforcement agencies in Bucks County to implement BWCs.   The Collaboration has met on a monthly basis to explore the suitability and feasibility of BWCs.  A community survey was conducted in December 2015 returning positive feedback from the public regarding the deployment of BWCs.  Research conducted included companies and equipment, best practices for storage of the data and a comprehensive protocol and policy for the application of BWCs.  The Collaboration consisted of representatives from each law enforcement agency and the Bucks County District Attorney’s office.

Once the trial phase has been completed and evaluated, the Collaboration will make adjustments, if any, and proceed to full deployment, in October 2016, which include the following jurisdictions:  Boroughs of Chalfont, Doylestown, and New Britain, Townships of Lower Southampton, Northampton, Plumstead, Warminster, Warrington, and the Bucks County Sheriff’s Department.

Please see the Body Worn Camera Policy here.

CBRPD has launched a property identification program developed to aid in the prevention of crime and identification of personal property in the event that a loss occurs.

The program involves engraving property with an identifying number and displaying a CBRPD window decal to discourage burglary and theft and show your participation in the program.

Residents of the Boroughs of Chalfont, Doylestown, and New Britain wishing to participate in the program should come to the police station and fill out a form to borrow an engraver (free of charge) for a period of three days.  Keep an inventory list, in your possession, of all engraved items.

Once the engraver is returned, CBRPD will issue a window decal advising all items of value in your premises have been marked for positive identification for law enforcement agencies.

Stop by and pick up an engraver today!