Police Diary: Georgia Man Arrested, Racing Bike Stolen and More

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The following has been provided courtesy of Bristol Borough Police Service.

21 November

Public drunkenness

A 34-year-old Bristol Borough man was cited for public drunkenness in the 500 block of Swain Street at 5.12pm.

24 november

vehicle theft

A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle in the 500 block of Bath Road at 8.26am

28 november

Flight

A red Cannondale 6000 carbon fiber race bike was stolen from a property in the 200 block of Pond Street. The value of the bike was $2,200.

November 29

Stolen vehicle

A blue 1996 Ford Taurus with Pennsylvania license plate HZL-5856 was stolen from the back of a property in the 400 block of Pond Street.

criminal mischief

A house was built overnight in the 400 block of Lafayette Street.

Disorderly conduct

A 56-year-old man from Dawsonville, Georgia was cited for disorderly conduct in the 300 block of Mill Street.

Disorderly conduct

A 50-year-old Bristol Borough man was cited for disorderly conduct in the 400 block of Beaver Street.


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November 30

Public drunkenness

A 52-year-old man from Bristol Borough and a 52-year-old woman from Levittown were both cited for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

1st December

Stop

A 41-year-old Philadelphia man has been arrested on warrant. It was turned over to the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office. He was also cited for disorderly conduct.

Stop

A 33-year-old woman from Bristol Borough has been arrested on a warrant. It was turned over to the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office.

December 2

Flight

A bicycle was stolen from the porch of a house in the 100 block of Buckley Street.

criminal mischief

The plastic windows of a Geo Tractor were cut on the soft top of the 200 block of Washington Street.

December 3

Burglary

Someone broke into a building in the 200 block of Radcliffe Street. Nothing was reported stolen.

December 5

Intrusion

A 24-year-old Philadelphia man and a 21-year-old Bristol Township woman were both cited for trespassing and breaching an order.

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