Service With Honor
“The mission of the Lewistown Police Department is to provide needed services to the community, businesses, visitors and other agencies to reduce crime, solve problems, preserve life and property, maintain human rights and enhance the quality of life in the Lewistown Borough.”
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Borough of Lewistown
2 East Third Street
Lewistown PA 17044
PH # 717-248-1361
Code Enforcement Officer
PH # 717-242-1145
PH # 717-248-1331
PH # 717-248-3498
LPD police responded to a report of a bicyclist that had been struck by a vehicle on South Juniata Street. Investigating officers determined that a 14 year old male from Lewistown had actually not been struck a vehicle, but had crashed his bike into a parked vehicle while attempting to perform a trick jump. The juvenile was not injured and the vehicle received minor scratches.
LPD investigated the theft from two unlocked vehicles that were parked on Chestnut Street and Logan Street. The first incident involved the theft of a compound bow, a range finder, a pair of Nike air sneakers and a camouflage hunting bag. The second vehicle had a wallet stolen from inside it. Police are warning residents to lock their vehicle and bring all valuables inside their homes.
LPD arrested a 31 year old Lewistown man for criminal mischief and criminal trespass after a call was received that someone had broken into a Chestnut Street apartment. Investigating officers responded to the scene and found a window had been broken out of an apartment. Officers then located a male subject who was identified as Justin Null, age 31, stated the apartment belonged to a friend of his and that he had forgotten the key. The owner of the apartment was located and stated he did know Null but that he was not given permission to enter it. Null was charged with Criminal Mischief and Criminal Trespass and placed in Mifflin County Correctional Facility.
Lewistown Police Department works to be an integral part in keeping a community of 8,500 residents safe by working with citizen groups, businesses, and our many service organizations.
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