Central Bucks Regional Police observed red paint graffiti markings of the word “JOP” on the Freight House, Herbs Hobbies and a PECO fence. The graffiti was found June 5.
A week later, red graffiti was reported on the garage door of a business located on Decatur Street. It is unclear if the incidents are related; police did not say what words were spray painted during the vandalism reported this week.
Police also reported the following recent incidents:
Fred Beans Parts, Doyle Street, reported cash and checks stolen from the office over the weekend hours.
A resident on Matthews Avenue reported the theft of three boxes containing pitchers and glassware from a U-Haul parked on the street. The items are valued at approximately $300.
Baran’s Auto Repair, E. Butler Avenue, reported two vehicles with damaged windshields from what appeared to be BB gun fire during the overnight hours.
Kevin Noone, 36, of Doylestown was arrested for Simple Assault after police were dispatched to a Lacey Avenue address for a physical domestic disturbance in progress. At the time, Noone was under a “no contact” order as part of bail condition for previous incident. Noone was arraigned, bail was set at 10 percent of $75,000 and he was remanded to Bucks County Prison.