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


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The position pays $10.98 per hour to start and hours vary week to week. Applicants must be able to drive and pass a background investigation. For more information please contact Sergeant Robert Kieffer at 610-865-7153 or e-mail rkieffer @bethlehem-pa.gov.
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The Bethlehem Police Department is currently seeking applications for the position of Reserve Adult Crossing Guards with the potential of Permanent Adult Crossing Guard. https://t.co/ixsmhcJhxd

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George and Asa stopped by the Center City Community Substation yesterday to say hello to Sgt. Buskirk and visit with commuters using @LANTALV and @TransBridgeBus at the new transportation hub. #mountedpatrol #paperworkbreak https://t.co/cT6zrn9u5E

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@tone131832 Good to know. Our bike officers and other personnel manning the secured area will be waiting there for you to escort you back to the steps, potentially with a disorderly conduct citation depending on how the interaction goes!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS RELEASE
September 14, 2018

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Chief Mark A. DiLuzio
Bethlehem Police Department
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610.865.7150
mdiluzio@bethlehem-pa.gov

TWO ARRESTED IN BUSINESS ROBBERY

Two individuals were arrested Thursday evening by Bethlehem Police Detectives and Patrol Officers in connection with a business robbery that took place earlier this week.

On Tuesday, September 12, 2018 at approximately 7:20 pm, two suspects entered Ike’s Shell Station at 1310 Center Street, Bethlehem, Northampton County, Pennsylvania A handgun was displayed and the suspects wore bandannas over their faces. No one was injured in the robbery. Both suspects fled on foot from the scene with an amount of cash.

Through investigation, two suspects were developed and stopped by Officers on September 13, 2018. The two suspects facing criminal charges in this robbery are:

1-ANGELO MELENDEZ, age 18, of 248 Sixth Ave., Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

2- A 15 year old juvenile male of Bethlehem. The 15 year old juvenile male is being charged as an adult.

Both suspects were arraigned before Northampton County Duty Judge Grifo. Melendez’s bail was set at $60,000.00 and the 15 year old juvenile’s bail was set at $50,000.00. Both were committed to Northampton County Prison in lieu of bail.

Both suspects face charges of Robbery, Theft, Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Robbery and Possession of Instrument of Crime.

The investigation is active and ongoing at this time.

Any individual who has any type of information on these two suspects and the Ike’s Shell Station robbery or the Bethlehem Star Dry Cleaner Shop robbery on September 7, 2018 or may have seen these suspects fleeing either robbery scene is asked to contact Det. Sgt. Tim Cooper at Bethlehem Police Detectives at 610-865-7187.

The information you supply may be kept confidential.

Thank You

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The Bethlehem Police Department is currently seeking applications for the position of Reserve Adult Crossing Guards with the potential of Permanent Adult Crossing Guard. The position pays $10.98 per hour to start and hours vary week to week. Applicants must be able to drive and pass a background investigation. For more information please contact Sergeant Robert Kieffer at 610-865-7153 or e-mail rkieffer@bethlehem-pa.gov.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS RELEASE
August 21, 2018

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Chief Mark A. DiLuzio
Bethlehem Police Department
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610.865.7150
mdiluzio@bethlehem-pa.gov

BANK ROBBERY

On Tuesday, August 21, 2018, at approximately 1:30 pm, the Santander Bank on West Union Blvd. in Bethlehem, Lehigh County was robbed by a Hispanic-looking male. The male was dressed in dark clothing, and a firearm was displayed. An amount of cash taken. The male fled on foot towards Allentown. No one was injured in the robbery.

The below photo of the male is from the bank. Anyone who knows this male or has any information about this male is asked to contact Bethlehem Police Department Detectives at 610-865-7187.

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Bethlehem Police Department, Bethlehem, PA4 weeks ago

PRESS RELEASE
AUGUST 21, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Chief Mark A. DiLuzio
Bethlehem Police Department
10 East Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610.865.7150
mdiluzio@bethlehem-pa.gov

THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAY & DUI

Law Enforcement will be working hard this Labor Day

Labor Day Impaired Driving Enforcement begins August 15 through September 3, 2018

(August 15, 2018) – Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Driving Under the Influence Association, (PA DUI Assoc.) extends our heartfelt thanks to the hard-working citizens of Pennsylvania for all they do on a daily basis to make the Commonwealth a great place to live and work. As you take some well-deserved time off in recognition of your hard work, the PA DUI Association reminds all citizens to exercise sound judgement by NOT drinking and driving or driving while under the influence of controlled substances. It only takes one bad decision to forever destroy a lifetime of hard work.

Data from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration indicates that over 10,000 people were killed on our nation’s highways in crashes involving impaired motorists in 2017. Across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, there were 1,137 crash related fatalities in 2017. Roughly 1/3 of those fatalities were the result of impaired drivers. More specifically, during the Labor Day Holiday period in 2017 there were 314 alcohol related crashes resulting in 11 fatalities and 119 drug related crashes resulting in 3 fatalities across the Commonwealth.
Police officers across the Commonwealth arrested 7,360 individuals for DUI during the months of August and September in 2016. During that same time in 2017, police made 7,707 DUI arrests – an increase of 347 impaired driving incidents. Due to this upward trend, police will be out in force during this Labor Day Holiday period seeking, apprehending and prosecuting impaired drivers.
Executive Director of the PA DUI Association C. Stephen Erni said “The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is a great state due to the hardworking men and women who call it home. We at the PA DUI Association are grateful for all they do and extend our best wishes for a safe and well-earned holiday weekend. With that in mind, we would ask all motorists to refrain from driving impaired – the life you save may be your own.” Director Erni went on to say “Often times people are unaware of the potential side effects of prescription medication or the reaction when those medications are mixed with alcohol. Impairment can result leading to potentially tragic consequences. All motorists should consult with their doctors concerning their prescribed medications and exercise caution before getting behind the wheel.”

The PA DUI Association reminds motorists that ALL impaired driving related fatalities and injuries are preventable. Simply exercising sound judgement and planning for alternate transportation can save lives – maybe even your own. Impaired driving is never acceptable and often leads to tragedy. Police will be working hard this Labor Day Holiday to remove all impaired motorists from the Commonwealth’s highways. Police are specially trained to recognize impairment whether the result of alcohol, controlled substances or some combination thereof. Impaired is impaired regardless of whether the impairment is the result of alcohol, illegal drugs or prescribed medications; law enforcement makes no distinction when arresting impaired drivers.

The Bethlehem Police Department, along with other State, County, and Local Police Departments across the Commonwealth, will be out and on patrol watching for drivers who are driving unsafe and/or under the influence. Please, if you do drink over the Labor Day Holiday, do not drink and drive. It’s not worth risking your life, the life of another and/or family.

On behalf of the 180 members of Bethlehem Police Department, have a happy and safe Labor Day Holiday, and please do not drink and drive.
Thank You.

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