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Boro Police Reports: Rocks Thrown from Overpass Smash Windshield, $100’s in Cigarettes Stolen, and More!



Bristol Boro Police Reports January 16 to February 3, 2022

January 16

2:14 a.m., 1800 Farragut Ave., male, age 22, Bristol Township, PA arrested for disorderly conduct, he will be summoned to court.

11:10 p.m., 400 block Washington St., male, age 42, Bristol, PA, arrested for disorderly conduct, he will be summoned to court.

January 17

3:15 p.m., theft, 900 block Jefferson Ave., a catalytic converter stolen from  a 2005 Toyota sometime overnight.

January 18

8:14 a.m., theft,  Seabird Dr., delivery box stolen with item valued at $275.00.

9:34 a.m., theft, 96 Monroe St., a catalytic converter stolen from a 2007 Chevrolet W4500 truck sometime over the weekend.

3:18 p.m., warrant arrest, male, age 45, Bristol, PA, arrested and custody turned over to Falls Township Police.

January 19

1:49 a.m., theft, 700 block Pine St., a catalytic converter stolen from vehicle.

January 23

4:15 p.m., theft, 600 block Wood St., personal belongs stolen from property valued at $3,000.00.

8:35 p.m., theft, 200 block Jefferson Ave., an Amazon package stolen valued at $70.00.

January 24

5:48 a.m., vehicle theft, 700 block Corson St., a white 2011 Lexus ES35 sedan stolen sometime overnight.

7:17 a.m., criminal mischief, 2092 Farragut Ave., actor smashed the windshield to a white 2022 Freightliner truck.

8:42 a.m., retail theft, 244 Commerce Circle, actor stole cartons of cigarettes valued at $567.00.

January 25

9:30 a.m., criminal mischief, actor threw rocks off the overpass hitting the back windshield of a vehicle and braking it.

11:00 a.m., theft, Jefferson Avenue Courts, actor stole an Eco leaf blower from a utility truck.

11:10 p.m., 1100 block Radcliffe St., male, age 44, Bristol, PA, arrested for disorderly conduct and ordinance violation, he will be summoned to court.

January 26

10:41 a.m., theft, 300 block Garfield St., a catalytic converter stolen from a 2007 Toyota sometime overnight.

January 28

11:19 a.m., criminal mischief, 500 block Otter St., actor threw rocks and broke window of residence, also the air conditioner unit had parts taken from it.

January 30

1:18 a.m., Bristol Wharf, female, age 19, Levittown, PA and female, age 19, Bristol Township, PA, both cited for ordinance violations.

January 31

8:32 p.m., 200 block Cedar St., female, age 59, Bristol, PA, cited for disorderly practices.

February 1

7:15 p.m., 300 block Wood St., male, age 55, Bristol, PA, arrested for possessing instrument of crime, simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.  He was sent to Bucks County Prison in lieu of $15,000.00 bail @10%.


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State Grant Presented to Bristol Area Fire Companies by Santarsiero, Davis




State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representative Tina Davis (D-141) visited four Bristol fire companies Thursday to announce state grant awards to support public safety and the work of the fire companies.

The four awards are as follows:

“Our local volunteer fire companies, the firefighters, administrators, and support personnel, sacrifice so much to protect us all,” said Rep. Davis. “This state funding will help them obtain the equipment that they need to do their job a little more safely and effectively. Thank you to these amazing individuals for their selfless dedication to keeping our community safe.”

“Our volunteer firefighters do tremendous work, putting the community first to keep us safe,” said Sen. Santarsiero.  “I was happy to support these funds for equipment upgrades at four companies that serve Bristol Borough and Bristol Township, ensuring these brave men and women have the necessary resources to continue to serve the community.  It is critical we continue to support our fire companies and volunteer firefighters who work tirelessly on the front line to protect us.”

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Street Sweeper Operations Suspended for Sections of Bristol Borough



Bristol Borough officials announced late Wednesday that due to paving operations in the west ward, street sweeping would cease for one week and restart operations the week of July 24 on those streets.

“Due to paving, the street sweeper will not be sweeping these streets on Thursday and Friday, July 18th and 19th of this week:  Mifflin St., Linden St., Locust St., Maple St. and Green St.  The regular schedule will resume next week,” said a press release from the Bristol Borough Police Department.


Paving work being performed in Bristol Borough Wednesday
Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

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Fishing with a Cop Reels in September Date



The Bristol Borough Police Benevolent Association (BBPBA) announced details for this years “Fishing with a Cop” scheduled for next month at the Delaware Canal Lagoon on Jefferson Avenue.

PBA President, and “acting’ Sergeant Chuck Palmer went before Council last week to receive their support for the event, which he received enthusiastically.

September 7  from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., Palmer said, is the date of the event and a rain date (Sept 8) has been added this year because of rain at last year’s event.

“We’ve gotten a lot of donations this year from locals, out of towners and businesses this year,” Palmer said.

Applications are available now at the Bristol Borough Police Department, 250 Pond Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday with a deadline of August 24 to apply. 

Face painting, a D.J., and the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office Dept with its K-9 unit will be on hand.

Fishing gear for children is free and this is a 12 and under event for kids living in Bristol Borough.

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