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Police were investigating a firearm that was recovered from inside a vehicle during an earlier traffic stop on Seidersville Rd. A male identified as Ricardo Junior Ruiz came to police headquarters stating that he received a call from his friends that his firearm was located in a vehicle that was...
Police stopped a vehicle on Seidersville Rd for failure to maintain a single traffic lane. While speaking with the operator identified as Luis Javier Leon and odor of marijuana was detected coming from the vehicle. Police received consent to search the vehicle and located a loaded handgun under the...
Police were dispatched to the 2000blk of Susan Lane after a pizza delivery person reported that he was threatened. Through investigation police learned that Mr. McManus began yelling, cursing and threatened to shoot and kill the pizza delivery person because he was at the wrong home. Mr. McManus...
Police investigated a single vehicle crash with a vehicle down an embankment in the 3600blk of Lower Saucon Rd. While speaking with the driver of the vehicle identified as Charlene Anderson she was unable to maintain her balance and failed field-coordination exercises. Ms. Anderson was transported...
Police responded to a motor vehicle crash, negative injuries at the Exxon on Rte#378. Upon arriving police learned that a vehicle driven by John Patrick Rice had struck the rack containing propane cylinders for exchange at the front of the store. The vehicle had been occupied by Mr. Rice and a...

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Lower Saucon Police currently has an arrest warrant for Paul Hancharik Jr. Police answered a stray dog call in the 3800blk of Beeline Drive in August. Through investigation and assistance from Pennridge Regional Police the Lower Saucon Police Department filed charges at District Court 03-2-04.
Police were dispatched to a report of a suspicious male knocking on the window of the ATT Store in Creekside Marketplace. Police made contact with the male identified as Randy Bond and he was found to be in possession of several pills without a valid prescription for the same. Police currently hold...
Police investigated an incident in which a victim reported several unauthorized transactions with a debit card. During the course of the investigation police learned that Randy Bond made several unauthorized withdrawals totaling $840.00 from a Bank of America branch. Police currently hold an arrest...
Police stopped a motorcycle operated by Mr. Sysak for not displaying an inspection sticker. Upon speaking with Mr. Sysak it was learned that he did not have a valid operators license and there was an outstanding warrant from Lehigh County Probation. At this time Mr. Sysak fled on foot and after a...
UPDATE - Christopher Devalerio was apprehended by Pennsylvania State Police - Trevose Lower Saucon Police obtained an arrest warrant for Mr. Devalerio after receiving information from Wilson Borough Police that they stopped a vehicle operated by Devalerio and there appeared to be stolen property in...
On Sunday morning at 0426 am, July 28th Lower Saucon Township Police discovered an abandoned stolen vehicle from Allentown on Meadow Ridge Ct. Officers later received calls for service for the following: Motor vehicle theft 2700 block of Deer Run Rd. Theft from vehicles located in the 2700 block of...

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On September 29, 2018 at 1842hrs police were dispatched to the 4200blk of Mathews Ave at the Steel City Park for a report of a male in a vehicle that pointed a gun at another person and two loud pops were heard. Upon police arriving the suspect and vehicle had left the area. Police obtained a...

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On September 28, 2018 at 1545hrs police were dispatched for a domestic disturbance in progress. Upon arriving police found a male in the yard swinging a pipe back & forth towards his father. Police gave verbal commands for the male to drop the pipe and it was then learned the male threatened to...

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On Wednesday September 19, 2018 Lower Saucon Police received information that a post referencing “Shooting up a School” was made on the social media site, Snapchat. The post did not name a specific school. Through investigation the male who made the snapchat post was identified as a 14yr old male...

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Officers were dispatched to POLK VALLEY PARK for a theft from vehicle. Upon arrival victim reported that someone had shattered the passenger side window of their vehicle and stole a purse which had been on the front passenger side seat. Witnesses saw a suspicious man described as white male,...

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On Sunday October 13th at 4:35pm police responded to Polk Valley Park for 2 vehicles that had been broken into during the afternoon hours. Both vehicles had a window broken by an unknown object and the actor(s) reached in a removed a purse from each of the vehicle. The vehicles entered were parked...

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On October 4, 2019 at 1058 hrs, officers responded to the 3200 block of Bingen Rd to take a burglary report. Victim reported that sometime between October 2, 2019 at 1730 hrs and 1058hrs October 4, 2019, a green Kawasaki dirt bike was stolen from their detached garage along with a helmet. The...

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On Sunday September 29, 2019 at approx. 2110hrs police were dispatched to the Saucon Valley Auto Spa for a burglary. While speaking with the owners it was learned that 2 actors walked around the southside of the car wash. The actors then entered the rear door of the car wash by forcing a door open...

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Police were dispatched to the 2400 block of Black River Rd, area of Black River & Alice Drive for a theft in progress from a vehicle. While police were responding the caller reported the actors just got into a black four door Honda. When police arrived the vehicle was leaving the parking area...

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Police are investigating an accident that occurred yesterday, August 28, 2019 at approx. 6:30pm at the intersection of Leithsville Rd and Apples Church Rd. The white vehicle in this surveillance picture turned left onto Leithsville Rd from Apples Church Rd and struck another vehicle turning left...

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