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BT Cop Reports: Kia Stolen, More Catalytic Converter Thefts, Warrant Arrests and More

The Following is Provided by the Bristol Township Police Department 

Arrest 2-10-2020, 1833 hours, Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa. The below subject was arrested on a Bench Warrant out of Philadelphia and released to the Philadelphia Sheriff’s. Steven Wells, W/M, 39 years old Plumtree Road Levittown, Pa  

Theft 2-10-2020, 1041 hours, 1500 block Haines Road, Levittown, Pa. Sometime between 2230 hour on 2-9-2020 and 1040 hours on 2-10-2020 an unknown subject stole a 2005 Kia.  No value given.  

Theft 2-10-2020, 1150 hours, 3000 block Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa. On 2-4-2020 between 1500 hours and 2100 hours an unknown subject removed an air pod speaker from a jacket.  Estimated value is $230.00.  

Theft 2-10-2020, 0808 hours, 2200 block Green Lane, Levittown, Pa. Sometime over the weekend an unknown subject(s) stole two catalytic converters from a 2001 Ford.  Estimated value is $1,000.00.  

Vandalism 2-10-2020, 2221 hours, 1100 block Newportville Road, Croydon.  Pa. Sometime between 1730 hours and 2220 hours an unknown subject smashed the driver side mirror and glass to a 2011 Ford Econoline box truck.  Estimated damages are $260.00.

Arrest 2-9-2020, 1639 hours, 5000 block Bristol Pike, Bristol, Pa. The below subject was arrested on a Bench Warrant out of Bucks County and released to the Sheriff’s. Danielle N Tusiano, W/F, 28 years old Swain Street Bristol, Pa  

Burglary 2-7-2020, 0804 hours, 1600 block Haines Road, Levittown, Pa. Sometime overnight an unknown subject broke the front door glass of a business and removed $300.00 from the cash drawer.  

Theft 2-7-2020, 1046 hours, 500 block S Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, Pa. On Friday morning an unknown subject removed a container of cold medicine gel caps. No value given.  

Theft 2-8-2020, 1819 hours, 500 block Wistar Road, Fairless Hills, Pa. Sometime between 2-1-2020 and 2-8-2020 an unknown subject removed a license plate from a 2006 Ford.  Estimated replacement value is $60.00.

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BT Cop Reports: Kia Stolen, More Catalytic Converter Thefts, Warrant Arrests and More

The Following is Provided by the Bristol Township Police Department 

Arrest 2-10-2020, 1833 hours, Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa. The below subject was arrested on a Bench Warrant out of Philadelphia and released to the Philadelphia Sheriff’s. Steven Wells, W/M, 39 years old Plumtree Road Levittown, Pa  

Theft 2-10-2020, 1041 hours, 1500 block Haines Road, Levittown, Pa. Sometime between 2230 hour on 2-9-2020 and 1040 hours on 2-10-2020 an unknown subject stole a 2005 Kia.  No value given.  

Theft 2-10-2020, 1150 hours, 3000 block Veterans Highway, Bristol, Pa. On 2-4-2020 between 1500 hours and 2100 hours an unknown subject removed an air pod speaker from a jacket.  Estimated value is $230.00.  

Theft 2-10-2020, 0808 hours, 2200 block Green Lane, Levittown, Pa. Sometime over the weekend an unknown subject(s) stole two catalytic converters from a 2001 Ford.  Estimated value is $1,000.00.  

Vandalism 2-10-2020, 2221 hours, 1100 block Newportville Road, Croydon.  Pa. Sometime between 1730 hours and 2220 hours an unknown subject smashed the driver side mirror and glass to a 2011 Ford Econoline box truck.  Estimated damages are $260.00.

Arrest 2-9-2020, 1639 hours, 5000 block Bristol Pike, Bristol, Pa. The below subject was arrested on a Bench Warrant out of Bucks County and released to the Sheriff’s. Danielle N Tusiano, W/F, 28 years old Swain Street Bristol, Pa  

Burglary 2-7-2020, 0804 hours, 1600 block Haines Road, Levittown, Pa. Sometime overnight an unknown subject broke the front door glass of a business and removed $300.00 from the cash drawer.  

Theft 2-7-2020, 1046 hours, 500 block S Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, Pa. On Friday morning an unknown subject removed a container of cold medicine gel caps. No value given.  

Theft 2-8-2020, 1819 hours, 500 block Wistar Road, Fairless Hills, Pa. Sometime between 2-1-2020 and 2-8-2020 an unknown subject removed a license plate from a 2006 Ford.  Estimated replacement value is $60.00.

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