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Bethlehem Pennsylvania Police Station Address: 10 E Church St, Bethlehem, PA 18018, United States


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 12, 2018

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Captain Anthony Leardi
Bethlehem Police Department
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610.997.7679
aleardi@bethlehem-pa.gov

Arrest and Drug Seizure

On January 11, 2018, shortly after 6:00 a.m., the Bethlehem Police Department Special Operations Unit and Emergency Response Team (ERT) served a search warrant at 414 Pawnee Street, Apartment 3, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Detectives located (7) seven adults inside the three room apartment. A search of the apartment resulted in the seizure of approximately (7) grams of Cocaine, (6) grams of Methamphetamine, (30) packets of Fentanyl, (2) Ounces of Marijuana, (40) Clonazepam pills, handgun ammunition, packaging materials, including plastic bags, glassine packets, and several digital scales, and over $3,700 in cash.

Upon making entry into the residence, one of the males dove from a second floor window and was taken into custody by officers below. The male sustained moderate injuries from the fall and was subsequently transported to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment.

As a result of the investigation, (5) five individuals will face criminal charges. Josh Boswell, Desmond Smith, Sean Patillo, and Kaliah Santiago-Colon were all charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver (PWID) Methamphetamine, Cocaine, & Fentanyl, Conspiracy to PWID Methamphetamine, Cocaine, & Fentanyl, possession of methamphetamine, cocaine, Fentanyl, & Clonazepam, possession of a small amount of marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Christopher James will be charged via summons with misdemeanor counts of Possession of Cocaine and Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana.

Patillo received an additional charge of False Identification to Law Enforcement for providing detectives with a false name. It was also discovered that Patillo was wanted for (3) three additional arrest warrants stemming from Northampton and Montgomery Counties. Two of those three warrants stemmed from additional drug violations.

All of the individuals were arraigned by On-Duty Northampton County Magistrate Matos-Gonzalez. Boswell’s bail was set at $20,000. Santiago-Colon’s bail was set at $50,000. Smith’s bail was set at $100,000. Patillo’s bail was set at $250,000. All were committed to Northampton County Prison.

This investigation began with tips from concerned citizens residing in the Pawnee Street neighborhood. This investigation commenced in late December, 2017. Detectives immediately discovered a steady flow of customers into and out of the apartment as it served as a distribution point for at least multiple illicit substances.

The investigation was brought to a speedy conclusion because of the quality of the information provided by the citizens and the quick and detailed work of the Special Operations Division detectives.

The Bethlehem Police Department continues to be committed to arresting and prosecuting traffickers of all controlled substances, particularly Heroin and Fentanyl which have plagued our community. We also encourage any and all tips of any suspected criminal activities in your neighborhood. We sincerely want to thank our citizens for their assistance, so we may continue to improve the quality of life here in our city.

Thank you.
Captain Anthony Leardi #266

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Bethlehem Police Department, Bethlehem, PA7 days ago

PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 10, 2018

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Lt. Ronald Brazinski
Traffic Division
Bethlehem Police Department
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610.865.7155 (Traffic Division) 610.865.7187 (Com. Ctr.)
rbrazinski@bethlehem-pa.gov

Last evening (9 January, 2018) at approximately 6:30pm, a 61 year old male was traveling eastbound in the 400 block of E. Broad Street in his vehicle. A 47 year old female pedestrian crossing the street was struck by that vehicle. The female pedestrian was transported by EMS to St. Luke’s Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. The driver did stop and there was a witness however, we are seeking any possible additional information. If anyone witnessed the vehicle crash, please contact the Traffic Division at 610-865-7155, 7666 or the Communication Center at 7187.

Thank you.

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Bethlehem Police Department, Bethlehem, PA2 weeks ago

The men and women of the Bethlehem Police Department wish our community a Healthy and Happy New Year!

Please remember to celebrate responsibly. Call a sober friend. Use your ride-sharing app. Plan ahead. It’s really that easy. Let’s ring in the New Year safe and sound.

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“Santa-Cops”
On Christmas Day, Officer Luke Trevezo was dispatched to a call where a woman was loading all of her X-Mas gifts into her car, and then ran inside to say goodbye to realatives. She was only inside for minutes when “someone” went into her vehicle and stole ALL of the gifts.
The gifts were for her 10 year old son, some of which were very sentimental. A Hess Truck, Drone, and many other gifts were among the stolen items.
With permission from his supervisor, Ofc. Trevezo contacted Capt. Leardi of the Criminal Investigations Division, who then contacted Chief Mark DiLuzio.
Capt. Leardi put out a department wide email to all the officers explaining the incident. The response from police officers of all divisions was OVERWHELMING!
Within 48 hours, the officers collected and puchased a Hess Truck, a Drone, numerous gift cards to Toys r Us, as well as a cash contribution for the sentimental gifts.
Today at 11:00am, Chief DiLuzio, Capt. Leardi, Ofc. Trevezo and many other officers who were working the street delivered the gifts to the boy and his family. They were all very happy and greatly thanks BPD.
It’s not often the police themselves get a chance to do things like this, so we wanted to take every opportunity to make at least one little boy and his family’s X-Mas a memorable one.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE !

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THANK YOU !!!
We are VERY thankful to the law firm of Cohen, Feeley, Altemose and Rambo for hosting our Northeast Community in a viewing of the Nutcracker Ballet at Zoellner Arts Center on Saturday afternoon. They provided show tickets and transportation to more than 50 students and staff to attend the Ballet. In addition to show tickets and transportation, the students were also provided with gift-bags from the law firm.
BPD sends Our Sincerest appreciation.
ACL#266

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Bethlehem Police Department, Bethlehem, PA3 weeks ago

Across the country and around the world, hardworking men and women in uniform will be away from family and friends this special night. We honor their service, and say thank you and be safe.

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