The Perkasie Borough Police Department is still seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to locate Matthew Branning, age 50, who was reported missing by his family and was last seen on Friday, Oct 15, 2021. At this time, we are also seeking assistance in locating a second missing person: Michael Allen Stark, age 47. Mr.
A common scam that we are seeing right now involves someone filing for unemployment using your information. You can receive notice that someone has filed for unemployment in your name a few different ways, including receiving paperwork in the mail from the unemployment office, or your work might notify you that someone has made a claim with your information and your work was contacted to verify if that is correct.
Rise in Scams Involving Payment by Gift Card:
The Perkasie Borough Police Department wants your help in fighting crime by taking part in our Camera Registry Program. This voluntary program allows residents and business owners to register the locations of their video surveillance systems with the Perkasie Borough Police Department. This registry will enable our department to quickly identify the locations of nearby video cameras if a crime or suspicious incident occurs in your area.
A local resident reported being victimized by phone scam where caller posed as Apple Security. Please be careful of providing personal information over the phone. Please be aware that the number that appears on your caller identification can be manipulated, and may not be accurate. Also, when requests are made for you to purchase prepaid cards or immediately transfer funds, you should pause and consider the situation, as such requests can be an indication tha
With Perkasie being a walkable town we want to ensure that our pedestrians remain safe. As a reminder we would like to advise motorists to be on the lookout for pedestrians and bicyclists. Title 75 Section 3542 of the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code gives specific rights to pedestrians in crosswalks;
§ 3542. Right-of-way of pedestrians in crosswalks.
As we approach the Fourth of July Holiday the police department experiences an increase in fireworks related complaints. Although certain non-commercial consumer grade fireworks are legal in Pennsylvania there are restrictions on their use:
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