Hellertown Police Department

  • Agency: Hellertown Police Department
  • Address: 685 Main St, Hellertown, 18055 PA
  • Chief: Robert Shupp (Chief of Police)
Phone: 610-330-2200
Fax: 610-838-9532

Hellertown Police Department is located at 685 Main St, Hellertown, 18055 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Shupp. The Hellertown Police Department phone number is 610-330-2200.

Hellertown Police Department News

Update 11/5/2018: 6:54 pm - Water Street Bridge will close daily 9-2 pm starting Wednesday 11/7/18 for debris removal. - https://mailchi.mp/hellertownborough/important-announcement-road-work

Update: 11/5/2018 at 2:00 pm Water Street Bridge The Bridge will be closed again on the remainder of the week from 9am to 2pm for debris removal. **Please plan alternative routes on Monday / Tuesday if needed *** **This Bridge is not the property nor the responsibility of The Borough of Hellertown.** **All responsibility for maintenance rests with PA Dept of Transportation** - https://mailchi.mp/hellertownborough/important-announcement-road-work-water-street-bridge-closed-41918-for-emergency-repairs-518691

Update: 11/4/2018 at 9:30 am Water Street Bridge Will re-open this morning. The Bridge will be closed again on Monday 11/5/2018 from 9am to 2pm for debris removal. Depending on what can be accomplished on Monday 11/5 the bridge may need to be closed again on Tuesday 11/6 to continue the clean up efforts. **Please plan alternative routes on Monday / Tuesday if needed *** **This Bridge is not the property nor the responsibility of The Borough of Hellertown.** **All responsibility for maintenance rests with PA Dept of Transportation** - http://eepurl.com/dMrksw

Update: Water Street Bridge Closed due to flooding until further notice- 11/3/18 - http://eepurl.com/dMo2u-/

The Water Street bridge will be closed until at least Sunday morning awaiting inspection. Please plan an alternate route. We will advise when it is open.

Water Street Bridge Closed due to flooding until further notice- 11/3/18 - http://eepurl.com/dMoly2

Saucon Valley Harvest Festival 2018! 10/13/2108 noon to 7pm. Come and join the festivities! www.sauconharvestfestival.com

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**UPDATE 9/22/2018** The suspect in this bank robbery has been identified and apprehended. Kurt M. Laudenslager, 47, a Lower Saucon Township resident, has been charged accordingly and arraigned. He is currently incarcerated at the Northampton County Prison with a monetary bail set at $75,000/straight. **For Immediate Media Release** On 9/17/2018 at approximately 1700 hours a white male wearing black sneakers, dark colored pants, a gray t-shirt, a dark colored fanny pack, sunglasses and an olive colored baseball cap with "Titleist" written in white on it, entered the BB&T bank located at 741 Main Street in Hellertown. The male proceeded to hand the teller a note demanding money and displayed a stainless finish revolver. The male left the bank and through investigation it was determined he changed his clothes on Fehr Street in Hellertown. The male was then seen walking West on Depot Street wearing a white t-shirt, blue in color shorts, black sneakers, and holding sunglasses. Anyone who may know this person or has any information relating to the robbery is asked to contact Detective Mike Dattilio at (610) 759-2200.

Important Announcement - Road Work - Water Street Bridge Closed for emergency repairs until further notice - 9/2/18 - https://mailchi.mp/hellertownborough/important-announcement-road-work-water-street-bridge-closed-41918-for-emergency-repairs-483543

Hellertown and Lower Saucon Community Day ! .... TODAY!! Saturday August 18th 2018 - https://mailchi.mp/hellertownborough/communityday2018-471511

On behalf of Lower Saucon Township Police Chief Thomas Barndt and Hellertown Borough Police Chief Robert Shupp we would like to thank everyone who attended and participated in our first ever joint National Night Out Celebration on Tuesday August 7th at Dimmick Park. The turnout for the event was incredible and hopefully we can build on that for next year. Although the storms rolled through everyone continued to stand in line for ice cream, hot dogs, face painting and the many other attractions. The bike rodeo was on and going well until it eventually did get rained out. Sonic Entertainment continued playing music and people even enjoyed dancing in the rain. One highlight of the night was the first annual NNO Tug of War competitions. The first match was between the Hellertown & Lower Saucon Police Departments and after a long, hard fought battle Hellertown Police Department won. The second match was between the Steel City Fire Department & Lower Saucon Fire/Rescue with the Steel City Fire Department pulling this one away. Each winning team was presented a trophy which they will hold the bragging rights to until our 2019 NNO tug of war competition. Another highlight was the water balloon battle between the children and the Police and in the end although everyone was soaked we all walked away winners because of the relationships that were built between all. This family-free event was made possible by the many generous donations and support from our community. A HUGE THANK YOU to our sponsors for supporting our 2018 National Night Out Celebration Adams Plumbing Klotz Bait and Tackle Mark P. Albright – Attorney at Law Lost Tavern Brewing McDonald’s – Hellertown North Saucon Animal Hospital Black River Farms Robert Moll Monumental Crafts Jennifer Burns Sam’s Club - Allentown Dietz & Watson Hellertown-Lower Saucon Chamber of Commerce DiMaio’s Italian Ristorante Saucon Collision Elite Pool Service Saucon Source LLC Embassy Bank Saucon Valley Bikes Exelon Energy Steel Club Giant Food Store Waste Connections (Bethlehem Landfill) Gilman’s Lost River Caverns Wegmans Hellertown Historical Society Wimbish Agency Heintzelman Funeral Home, Inc. KB Graphics