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Morrisville Mayor Swears in Three New Police Officers

Earlier this week, Morrisville Borough Mayor Gary Wallace swore in three recently hired police officers. Dominic Chrzanowski. Amanda Deluca and Matthew Leonhauser attended a ceremony officiated by Wallace. The officers will take part in a second "formal" swearing in at…

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Morrisville Police Reports: $900 Jacket Paid for with Counterfeit Bills, Car Thefts and More

December 1st- December 18th, 2023 Criminal Mischief – 12/01/23 @ 07:42 – Report of graffiti under the canal bridge at E. Trenton and N. Delmorr Avenues. Theft from Motor Vehicle – 12/02/23 @ 14:16 – Report of a Catalytic Converter…

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Morrisville Borough Police Reports: Local Woman Charged with Aggravated Assault, Senior Charged for Burglary and More

Morrisville Borough Police Reports October 10 to October 30, 2023 Bicycle Theft – 10/10/23 @ 10:02 – Report of a neon green Cannondale mountain bike stolen at the Morrisville High School.  Value:  $540.00 Bicycle Theft – 10/11/23 @ 08:43 –…

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Morrisville to Issue Chief of Police Loudermill Letter at “Special” Meeting Next Week

Morrisville Borough Friday morning announced it has scheduled a special meeting to give its Chief of Police, George McClay a Loudermill letter.  The meeting is scheduled to take place October 25 7 pm, in council chambers. Loudermill Letters stem from…

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Morrisville Mayor Resigns as He Still Awaits Trial on Hit & Run Charges

Morrisville Borough Mayor Brud Anderson abruptly resigned his position citing personal and professional reasons, officials announced at Tuesday night's Council meeting. Council President Robert Paul made the announcement. Anderson, 51, submitted his resignation effective midnight Wednesday. Paul said that he…

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Morrisville Borough Police Reports: Trenton Man Charged for Robberies, $2,000 in Cash, Bank Cards Stolen from Locked Vehicles, and More!

Morrisville Borough Police Reports September 19 to October 9, 2023 Arrest/DUI – 09/19/23 @ 00:36 – Jessica Hill, age 46, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence after a traffic accident on W. Franklin Street and N. Pennsylvania.  She was…

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State Rep’s Marcell, Tomlinson to Host Hearing on Keeping Communities Safe from Crime

Weeks before Election day Republicans at the local and state levels will hold a public hearing on the critical issues of crime and keeping communities safe.  Scheduled now for  Thursday, October 12 at 10 a.m., Rep. Kristin Marcell (R-Bucks) and…

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Motorist that Struck Morrisville Cpl Identified; Has DUI Warrant, Suspended Lic

The driver that struck and injured a Morrisville Borough Police Corporal has a Bucks County warrant for DUI and was driving with a suspended DUI license, authorities said, Tuesday morning. Identified as Juan Martinez, from Trenton, New Jersey, Morrisville Borough…

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Area Schools set to Open, Slow Down for School Busses

With students returning to class, school buses are or soon will be back on the roads. Motorists, parents and children are encouraged to refresh their memories about how to share the road safely. Pennsylvania law requires motorists stop at least…

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