The police department has received complaints about door-to-door soliciting and with the campaign season approaching we want to get information out to everyone. Bellevue Borough requires permits for all soliciting with the exemption for political canvassing and non-profit organizations. The solicitor cannot attempt to sell you a product, i.e.
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Matthew Sentner, Chief of Police
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PRESS RELEASE 4/30/2018: Multiple people were injured when a large tree fell onto the backstop and dugout of the Northgate High School softball field. A game was being played between Northgate and Montour girls softball teams at the time of the incident. Northgate players were in the field leaving...
On April 12, 2018, Kayla Malone was arrested for concealing merchandise at a business along Lincoln Avenue. Upon the encounter with Malone, it was found that she also had an active arrest warrant. She faces one count of retail theft.
On April 1, 2018, Richard Burgess was stopped for traffic violations. During the stop, Burgess showed signs of intoxication and was arrested for driving under the influence following an investigation by officers.
On April 2nd, 3rd and 4th officers responded to calls of a male who was identified as Charles J. Kincaid inhaling paint and canned air. Kincaid was arrested once on April 2, twice on April 3rd and again on April 4 for the same act. He faces various charges including Illegal Use of Solvents,...