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Bensalem Police released its weekly roundup of active warrants; a car was broken into at Playwicki Farm

Weekly warrant roundup

Source: Bensalem Police

Bensalem Police released its weekly roundup of active warrants. If you have any information on the whereabouts of these subjects, submit an anonymous tip online at bucks.crimewatchpa.com/bensalempd/ or call Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.

Do not approach or attempt to restrain them if you see them. Dial 9-1-1 and report their name and location to the dispatcher. 

Please note that persons on this list may have already been arrested on an active warrant. Police will confirm the warrant before taking them into custody.

  • Omar Pedro: Retail; DOB Nov. 12, 1993; Issued March 27
  • Darlene Chesnut: Drugs; DOB March 21, 1991; Issued April 4
  • Michael Disanto: Retail; DOB July 18, 1989; Issued Feb. 16
  • Anfre Stringfield-Scott: Dom; DOB July 6, 1995; Issued March 2
  • Daniel Santos: Retail; DOB Aug. 3, 1989; Issued Feb. 27
  • Kyree Major: Retail; DOB April 13, 1988; Issued April 9
  • Robert Coccio: Burglary; DOB July 4, 1990; Issued April 2
  • Paul Handlon: Burglary; DOB Aug. 5, 1993; Issued April 4
  • Melissa Mavracic: Assault; DOB Sept. 13, 1985; Issued March 1
  • Victor Dipietro: Retail; DOB July 16, 1981; Issued April 5
  • Brittany Dougherty: Retail; DOB Sept. 18, 1990; Issued March 27
  • Carlos Jimeniz: Firearms; DOB June 3, 1996; Issued March 21
  • John Schilling: Trespass; DOB Oct. 19, 1970; Issued March 21
  • Roy Bowman: Retail; DOB Dec. 4, 1967; Issued March 14

Vehicle break-in

Source: Lower Southampton Police

On April 4, at approximately 1:30 p.m., the Lower Southampton Township Police Department responded to Playwicki Farm, 2350 Bridgetown Pike, for the report of property damage. 

The victim reported that she parked her vehicle and took her dog for a walk. She returned to her vehicle and discovered that the rear passenger window was smashed. Surveillance video shows what appears to be a white Buick sedan park next to the victim’s vehicle at the time of the incident. The entire incident was not captured on video, but it is believed that the Buick was involved. Nothing was taken from the victim’s vehicle. 

Police want to remind everyone to be aware of their surroundings, remove any valuables from their vehicles and lock them.

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