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M’Ville Police Log: Company Info Used to Fraudulently Purchase Airline Tickets and More

Morrisville Police Log (5/4/21 to 5/10/21)

Fraud – 05/04/21 @ 14:48 – Report of 12 airline tickets purchased for $8,186.75 using victim’s company information.  Incident occurred on 500 block of Crown Street.

Arrest/Burglary Warrant – 05/04/21 @ 22:41 – Michael Cullen, age 34, was arrested for a burglary that occurred on 5/2/21.  He was located behind the Giant Food Store on W. Trenton Avenue.  He was processed and sent to Buck’s County Prison.

Arrest/Harassment – 05/05/21 @ 17:56 – Darren Koodray, age 54, was cited for Harassment for an incident that occurred at a business in the Morrisville Shopping Center on E. Trenton Avenue.

Fraud – 05/07/21 @ 17:47 – Victim received a call regarding her Wells Fargo account.  In order to correct the issue, the victim was told to purchase $3,000 in gift cards and give the caller the codes.  Incident occurred on 500 block of Carlisle Drive.

Trespassing –05/08/21 @ 00:40 – Michael Muniz, age 48, was arrested for Defiant Trespassing at the 7-11 on W. Bridge Street.  He was processed and released pending summons.

Arrest/Harassment – 05/08/21 @ 03:42 – Joshua Giles, age 37, was cited for Harassment for an incident on the 100 block of N. Pennsylvania Avenue.

Arrest – 05/08/21 @ 17:25 – Steven Bezick, age 34, was arrested for a Bucks County Sheriffs Warrant after a pedestrian stop on the unit block of W. Bridge Street.  He was processed and picked up by Bucks County Sheriffs.

Arrest/DUI/Drug Possession – 05/09/21 @ 00:53 – Donald Kalina Jr, age 34, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Drug Possession during an incident on the 600 block of Barclay Avenue.  He was processed and transported to his home.

Arrest/Assault Warrant – 05/10/21 @ 16:10 – Koshawn Gibbs, age 30, came to police headquarters to turn himself in on a warrant for an incident that occurred 4/28/21.  He was processed and released.

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M’Ville Police Log: Company Info Used to Fraudulently Purchase Airline Tickets and More

Morrisville Police Log (5/4/21 to 5/10/21)

Fraud – 05/04/21 @ 14:48 – Report of 12 airline tickets purchased for $8,186.75 using victim’s company information.  Incident occurred on 500 block of Crown Street.

Arrest/Burglary Warrant – 05/04/21 @ 22:41 – Michael Cullen, age 34, was arrested for a burglary that occurred on 5/2/21.  He was located behind the Giant Food Store on W. Trenton Avenue.  He was processed and sent to Buck’s County Prison.

Arrest/Harassment – 05/05/21 @ 17:56 – Darren Koodray, age 54, was cited for Harassment for an incident that occurred at a business in the Morrisville Shopping Center on E. Trenton Avenue.

Fraud – 05/07/21 @ 17:47 – Victim received a call regarding her Wells Fargo account.  In order to correct the issue, the victim was told to purchase $3,000 in gift cards and give the caller the codes.  Incident occurred on 500 block of Carlisle Drive.

Trespassing –05/08/21 @ 00:40 – Michael Muniz, age 48, was arrested for Defiant Trespassing at the 7-11 on W. Bridge Street.  He was processed and released pending summons.

Arrest/Harassment – 05/08/21 @ 03:42 – Joshua Giles, age 37, was cited for Harassment for an incident on the 100 block of N. Pennsylvania Avenue.

Arrest – 05/08/21 @ 17:25 – Steven Bezick, age 34, was arrested for a Bucks County Sheriffs Warrant after a pedestrian stop on the unit block of W. Bridge Street.  He was processed and picked up by Bucks County Sheriffs.

Arrest/DUI/Drug Possession – 05/09/21 @ 00:53 – Donald Kalina Jr, age 34, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence and Drug Possession during an incident on the 600 block of Barclay Avenue.  He was processed and transported to his home.

Arrest/Assault Warrant – 05/10/21 @ 16:10 – Koshawn Gibbs, age 30, came to police headquarters to turn himself in on a warrant for an incident that occurred 4/28/21.  He was processed and released.

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