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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Officers responded to fight inside of an apartment at 245 Lincoln Avenue. Upon arrival discovered that Amber Worthy had assaulted another female and grabbed a knife during the encounter and cut the victims face.
December 15, 2017 Two 5th grade classes at Bellevue Elementary School graduated the DARE program. Sgt. Matthew Lucas instructed the 10 week program, encouraging the students to make informed decisions. A number of students were recognized for their outstanding essays and posters. CONGRATULATIONS!
On Dec. 11, 2017 officers responded to the 400 Block of Orchard Ave for the report of a crash. Upon arrival they found on vehicle driven by Terle had crashed into three parked vehicles. Terle was arrested for DUI, possession of a controlled substance, driving under suspension and traffic violations.