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Newtown Police: 883 Reported Calls in November

Read below for the Newtown Township Police Department's November police log and the sale of two police vehicles.

NEWTOWN SQUARE–Newtown Township Police Chief Chris Lunn presented November's police log before the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors at a supervisors meeting early this month. 

Here's a look at the numbers for emergencies/incidents that the Newtown Police Department responded to for the month of November:

  • 883 – Number of Total Calls 
  • 95 – Medical Emergencies
  • 84 – Building Checks (Business)
  • 76 – Traffic Details
  • 57 – Township Ordinance Alarms
  • 52 – Traffic Enforcement Citations
  • 37 – 911 Hang-up Calls
  • 25 – Suspicious Persons, Autos, Circumstances
  • 24 – Fire Calls
  • 23 – Traffic Complaints/Offenses
  • 17 – Traffic Enforcement Warnings
  • 14 – Animal Complaints (Not Dogs)
  • 14 – Motor Vehicle Accidents (Reportable)
  • 14 – Property Check - Parks, etc.
  • 13 – Disturbance Calls
  • 11 – Road Hazards
  • 11 – Disabled Vehicle Calls
  • – Domestic Disturbance Calls
  • 7 – Township Ordinance Soliciting/Peddling
  • 6 – Building Checks (Residence)
  • 4 – Harrassment by Communication
  • 3 – Thefts ($200 and over, All Other)
  • 3 – Assist Motorist
  • 2 – Hunters Calls
  • 2 – Thefts ($200 and over, From Buildings)
  • 1 – Nighttime Burglary (No Force, Non-Residence)
  • 1 – Neighbor Dispute

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