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Duquesne Police, Fire Post Monthly Report

By Cami DiBattista
The Tube City Almanac
October 10, 2018
Posted in: Crime and Police News, Duquesne News

Duquesne police Chief Tom Dunlevy reported 564 calls for service for the month of August, resulting in 52 arrests. 

Calls for service included 24 abandoned vehicles, 25 criminal mischief calls, 10 juvenile complaints, 33 domestics, 17 disturbances and 10 thefts. A full list of calls for service can be viewed on the department’s Facebook page or at the police department.

Additionally, the police department completed 157 traffic stops, resulting in 61 citations issued.

All newly hired officers have completed the necessary training to be members of the department, Dunlevy said.

Duquesne fire Chief Frank Cobb reported 35 calls to service for the Duquesne Fire Department for the month of August.

Originally published October 10, 2018.

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