City of Coatesville Police Department

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The Patrol Division is supervised by the Patrol Sergeant and is comprised of five corporals, and nineteen police officers who serve as the first line of defense. Officers are assigned to one of three patrol sectors, during their tour of duty, that divide the City, and are responsible for proactive intervention and enforcement as well as community policing. In addition, several officers serve on ot

her specialized units such as the Chester County Municipal Drug Task Force, Major Incident Response Team, and the Western Chester County Emergency Response Team. The Detective Division is comprised of one Detective Sergeant, five detectives, and one patrol officer that serves a four month apprenticeship under the detective rotation program. This division is a specialized unit with the responsibility of handling those investigations that require special expertise. Members of this division are promoted from the ranks of the patrol division and receive extensive training in criminal investigations, evidence recovery, interviews and interrogations. Detectives are subject to be called in for duty 24 hours a day and required to perform after hours, on call duty on a seven day rotating schedule. Narcotic Enforcement involves the efforts of all police officers on a regular basis, including several highly trained detectives who specialize in narcotics investigations, who work diligently with local, state and federal agencies to control and cease any drug activity within the City. The main focus is on individuals involved in the sale, distribution, and use of illegal narcotics and to prevent the illegal use and distribution within the community through proactive enforcement and public awareness. Through collaborations with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Chester County District Attorney’s office, our Detectives work closely with these agencies to disrupt and defuse drug activity, prosecute drug dealers, and to gather crime related intelligence across Chester County.

One of our Chaplains, Imam Mohammed Jamal, made us aware of a Blood Drive taking place this weekend at Masjid Ar-Rahman....
09/19/2023

One of our Chaplains, Imam Mohammed Jamal, made us aware of a Blood Drive taking place this weekend at Masjid Ar-Rahman. Some of our Officers are planning on registering to participant and we hope to see many community members there Saturday morning. See below for details.

It was an exciting day for many in Coatesville yesterday. The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix rolled, revved...
09/17/2023

It was an exciting day for many in Coatesville yesterday. The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix rolled, revved and roared through town. In addition to the race, there was much more to do...Including a soapbox derby, kids activity zone, music, food, and a car show. Many organizations and individuals worked hard to make the event special and memorable for community members and visitors.

We thank the members of our team and the many officers from supporting agencies (West Brandywine Police Department, South Coatesville Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Parkesburg Borough Police Department, Caln Township Police Department) that provided their officers to assist with pedestrian safety, traffic control and public service.

We appreciated the patience and understanding of many residents that needed to adjust their typical route of travel and were thankful for the numerous gestures of support and appreciation.

We thank Becca Weintraub from Wawa (Thorndale) for stopping by early this morning. She wanted to make sure that our offi...
09/16/2023

We thank Becca Weintraub from Wawa (Thorndale) for stopping by early this morning. She wanted to make sure that our officers and civilian staff had a delicious breakfast and hot coffee prior to working the Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix. We appreciate the thoughtfulness.

For our local followers, residents and visitors...This a reminder that the Coatesville Invitational Grand Prix is tomorr...
09/15/2023

For our local followers, residents and visitors...This a reminder that the Coatesville Invitational Grand Prix is tomorrow. The course route and supporting roadways will be closed from 5am to approximately 5pm on Saturday, 9/16. In addition, parking on those roadways and in certain parking lots is prohibited beginning today, Friday 9/15, at 10am for event set up. Please be mindful of the numerous 'temporary no parking signs' that have been put into place. Vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed.

Since many central and east end residents will be moving their vehicles from affected roadways, sweeper route enforcement will not be taking place today in those areas. We thank everyone, in advance, for their patience and understanding.

We are excited to be proud sponsors again this year...Go Coatesville Area School District Red Raiders!!
09/14/2023

We are excited to be proud sponsors again this year...Go Coatesville Area School District Red Raiders!!

By now, most of our followers are aware of the capture of escaped prisoner, Danelo Cavalcante. We're proud of our brothe...
09/13/2023

By now, most of our followers are aware of the capture of escaped prisoner, Danelo Cavalcante. We're proud of our brothers and sisters in law enforcement for their hard work and dedication to the safety of Chester County residents. We're appreciative of the many civilians and organizations that provided informational tips, words of encouragement and donations of food and water to the officers involved in the large scale multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional search. We acknowledge and thank our own Coatesville Police Officers, Detectives and CPD members of the Chester County Emergency Response Team, who worked long hours and assisted in the operation.

LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL AGENCIES CAPTURE DANELO CAVALCANTE

A perimeter was established in northern Chester County by the Pennsylvania State Police after tracking the fugitive to the area in the early morning of September 12, 2023. In the early hours of September 13, 2023, a series of events began to take place, beginning with a burglary alarm that sounded at a residence near Prizer Road within the perimeter.

Law enforcement immediately investigated the burglary but did not find Cavalcante. This event brought more units to this particular area. Tactical teams already nearby began to converge and search the surrounding area. DEA Fixed-wing aircraft flying over northern Chester County utilized Forward-Looking Infrared (FLIR) Technology to scan and search from above. At around 1:00 a.m. on September 13, 2023, the aircraft was alerted to a heat signature and began to track it. This heat signature was located west of PA 100 and north of Prizer Road.

Tactical teams began to converge on that location, where the heat source was moving. Weather systems alerted all law enforcement of an incoming storm approaching the area, and due to lightning, the aircraft were forced to depart. Tactical teams decided to secure the smaller area and hold it through the storm until additional resources could be brought into the area and the aircraft could rejoin the search to ensure there would be no issue or concern of escape.

The search resumed early on the morning of September 13, and shortly after 8:00 a.m., tactical teams converged on the area where the heat signature was located. Tactical teams moved in quietly and had the element of surprise; therefore, Cavalcante did not realize he was surrounded. When Cavalcante became aware of the units in the area, he attempted to escape by crawling through thick underbrush, taking the stolen rifle with him.

A Border Control Tactical Unit (BORTAC) that was moving in on the area had a search canine, which was released once Cavalcante showed signs of an attempt to flee. The dog was able to subdue Cavalcante, and team members from the Border Tactical Unit and the Pennsylvania State Police immediately moved in to capture the fugitive.

Cavalcante did resist arrest but was ultimately forcibly taken into custody. No one was injured during the arrest. Cavalcante did sustain a minor bite wound from the search canine, and medical personnel at the scene were able to examine him for any injuries. After being taken into custody, Cavalcante was transported to the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale Barracks for further processing and interviewing. Cavalcante will be transferred to a State Correctional Facility, where he will be housed and will begin to serve his life sentence.

The Chester County District Attorney’s Office would like to thank all law enforcement, first responders, and local, state, and federal agencies that continued to work together in order to capture Danelo Cavalcante. The Chester County District Attorney’s Office also thanks the community for their patience and vigilance, as well as their assistance in making tips and calls to authorities.

On this solemn day of remembrance, we wish our followers a peaceful day.
09/11/2023

On this solemn day of remembrance, we wish our followers a peaceful day.

If seen, please call 9-1-1.  Thank you.
09/10/2023

If seen, please call 9-1-1. Thank you.

Grandparents play a pivotal role in our families and we’d like to take a moment to acknowledge them and thank them.  Hap...
09/10/2023

Grandparents play a pivotal role in our families and we’d like to take a moment to acknowledge them and thank them. Happy Grandparents Day….We wish you a happy, safe and peaceful day.

Just six days until race day. We hope everyone enjoys the excitement.
09/09/2023

Just six days until race day. We hope everyone enjoys the excitement.

The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix is a 3 day event featuring vintage cars & motorcycles traversing a 2 mile course entirely within the city streets of Coatesville. Come enjoy our PrixView Party, Cruise-In, Grand Prix and Car Show!

We thank Julie and Nicole from The Lincoln Center for Family and Youth for spending time with members of our department ...
09/08/2023

We thank Julie and Nicole from The Lincoln Center for Family and Youth for spending time with members of our department recently. In preparation for upcoming De-Escalation & Trauma Comprehension training that TLC will be providing, they wanted to take time to meet officers and gain a stronger understanding of our officers, our city, and the community we serve.

Like many police departments, we have been handling vehicle theft reports for the vehicle make of Kia and Hyundai. We we...
09/06/2023

Like many police departments, we have been handling vehicle theft reports for the vehicle make of Kia and Hyundai. We were able to get a supply of steering wheel locks to serve as a deterrent and are making them available to interested community members that own a Kia or Hyundai (while supplies last). More information is on the infographic below.

We thank Brandywine Valley Active Aging - Coatesville Campus for being wonderful hosts. The 'Coffee with the Chief' prog...
09/06/2023

We thank Brandywine Valley Active Aging - Coatesville Campus for being wonderful hosts. The 'Coffee with the Chief' program this morning was a success and included important conversation, networking and relationship building. It was nice seeing many familiar faces...And, some new faces, too.

10 days until race day.  If you're a community member or a regular visitor, please take a look at the updated 2023 Coate...
09/06/2023

10 days until race day.

If you're a community member or a regular visitor, please take a look at the updated 2023 Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix map below. Early next week, we will begin posting 'temporary no parking' signs to alert residents and visitors of the restrictions so course preparation can take place.

09/05/2023

After taking a summer hiatus from our 'Coffee with the Chief' program, we're excited to have coffee and conversation tomorrow at Brandywine Valley Active Aging - Coatesville Campus.

We thank Valley Creek Productions for their kindness and talent, creating this informative video for our followers to view.

We look forward to resuming our 'Coffee with the Chief' program tomorrow and thank Brandywine Valley Active Aging - Coat...
09/05/2023

We look forward to resuming our 'Coffee with the Chief' program tomorrow and thank Brandywine Valley Active Aging - Coatesville Campus for hosting. Chief Laufer and other members of our department will be there from 8:30am to 10:00am for networking, problem solving, coffee and conversation. We encourage community members, Coatesville stakeholders and local organization representatives to join us.

Today marks the unofficial end of summer. We wish everyone a happy, peaceful and safe Labor Day. A national holiday, Lab...
09/04/2023

Today marks the unofficial end of summer. We wish everyone a happy, peaceful and safe Labor Day. A national holiday, Labor Day was enacted in 1894 to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers.

We appreciated the opportunity to surprise the students and guest read at Brighter Future Early Learning Center recently...
09/03/2023

We appreciated the opportunity to surprise the students and guest read at Brighter Future Early Learning Center recently. We thank the leaders and staff for making it happen...And all the kiddos for their attention and participation. We look forward to future visits.

September is National Recovery Month. While on a park and walk recently, Officer Thorburn met some folks from The Counci...
09/01/2023

September is National Recovery Month.

While on a park and walk recently, Officer Thorburn met some folks from The Council Of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. and PRO - ACT Chester County. They were sharing information regarding prevention, intervention and addiction solutions in our community and others throughout Chester County.

For our followers that like reviewing statistics, below is an infographic with call volume/incident nature data provided...
09/01/2023

For our followers that like reviewing statistics, below is an infographic with call volume/incident nature data provided by Chester County Department of Emergency Services. In August, Call Takers & Dispatchers at the 9-1-1 Center received, tracked and supported 2,297 incidents for our department, averaging 74 per day. As always, we appreciate their dedication to our officers and the community we serve.

The photo below is of escaped Chester County Prisoner, Danelo Cavalcante. Multiple law enforcement agencies are working ...
08/31/2023

The photo below is of escaped Chester County Prisoner, Danelo Cavalcante. Multiple law enforcement agencies are working collaboratively to safely take him into custody. He is considered a dangerous subject. If seen, please call 9-1-1.

08/31/2023
We recently had the pleasure of meeting a delightful trio, (Mulan, Myleisa and Malaina). They were ready to transition t...
08/30/2023

We recently had the pleasure of meeting a delightful trio, (Mulan, Myleisa and Malaina). They were ready to transition to new safety seats appropriate for their ages, heights and weights. Mommy and the kiddos met with one of our certified child passenger safety seat technicians and all of their questions were answered and assistance was provided to ensure proper installation. We're glad they stopped by and we wish them all a lifetime of many happy and safe car rides.

One of our Police Chaplains, Iman Mohammed Jamal at Masjid Ar-Rahman, made us aware of an upcoming school readiness prog...
08/29/2023

One of our Police Chaplains, Iman Mohammed Jamal at Masjid Ar-Rahman, made us aware of an upcoming school readiness program and requested that we share with our community. We look forward to seeing everyone there. See below for details.

A caring resident provided this infographic to us today and we'd like to share with our followers. Today is the first da...
08/28/2023

A caring resident provided this infographic to us today and we'd like to share with our followers. Today is the first day of school for CASD and we're spending as much time as possible in the area of bus stops, monitoring activity and ensuring adherence motor vehicle code. We want our students to have a happy and productive school year...And that includes getting to school and getting home safe.

Some schools have already started their school year and many others begin next week. We encourage everyone to give addit...
08/23/2023

Some schools have already started their school year and many others begin next week. We encourage everyone to give additional time prior to traveling in the morning and afternoon, since our students will be loading and unloading at various bus stops throughout the city.

We wish all of our students, teachers and staff a happy, productive and safe school year!

Below is a press release composed by the DA’s Office after a collaborative investigation involving a shooting that took ...
08/21/2023

Below is a press release composed by the DA’s Office after a collaborative investigation involving a shooting that took place on Saturday, August 19th.

COATESVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR KILLING ROOMMATE

The Chester County District Attorney’s Office and City of Coatesville Police Department announce the arrest of Uley Hines, 83, of Coatesville, PA, in connection to the fatal shooting of Keith Boggs, 61, in Coatesville on August 19, 2023. The defendant was arrested on August 19, 2023, and charged with murder of the first degree, murder of the third degree, possession of an instrument of crime, and possession of a weapon. The defendant was remanded to Chester County Prison in lieu of bail given the nature of the charges.

DA Deb Ryan said, “This was a senseless crime that has left a community grieving. Gun violence remains a devastating epidemic across the nation and we send our deepest condolences to Mr. Boggs’s family and friends. Our office will do everything in our power to hold the defendant accountable for this loss.”

The allegations in the complaint are the following (a defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt):

On August 19, 2023, at approximately 8:41 a.m., the Coatesville City Police Department responded to a residence on the 200 Block of Graham Avenue, Coatesville, Chester County, for a report of a shooting.

At approximately 8:44 a.m., Coatesville City police officers arrived on scene and found the victim lying unresponsive on the front steps of the residence. Officers observed one gunshot wound to the upper left chest area and found no pulse.

Officers heard a female juvenile screaming inside the residence as additional emergency medical personnel arrived on scene. Once inside an officer observed a bloody shoeprint located a few feet from the front door entryway, along with a few drops of blood. No other occupants were found inside the residence. Washington Hose EMS transported the victim to Paoli Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Investigators spoke with the 911 caller who informed them that he had heard two gunshots and later observed the feet of the victim lying on the ground.

Law enforcement viewed residential camera footage from the 911 caller. Portions of the stairs and front of the 200-block residence were captured on camera. At approximately 8:10 a.m., police observed the victim walking down the front steps of the home, when an elderly male wearing tan pants, a blue flannel shirt, and light-colored baseball cap crossed paths with him on the steps. He was later identified as Uley Hines, the victim’s roommate.

After the victim entered the home, he was heard walking up the steps. At 8:23 a.m., the defendant was observed walking up the steps of the home and onto the front porch area. At approximately 8:29 a.m. the front door of the residence was observed being opened.

Later that afternoon investigators interviewed a witness at the Coatesville City police department. The witness informed them that the defendant lived at the residence with the victim, another roommate and her child. The witness stated that prior to the shooting, she was seated in the front living room of her residence reading her bible. The witness heard the third roommate leaving the residence, and later heard the victim talking outside. She overheard an argument between the victim and defendant over a dog. The witness then heard the victim take the dog up the stairs and into the residence, before hearing two gunshots. Immediately after the gunshots, the witness heard the defendant say, “I told you to stop f—ing with me!” The witness then heard the victim falling to the ground.

An autopsy was completed on August 21, 2023. Investigators learned that the victim sustained three bullet wounds, one on the left side of the chest, one on the right side of the chest, and one of the right arm.

A review of the Coatesville City street camera surveillance system, in conjunction with license plate reader (LPR) camera software, revealed that the defendant’s vehicle left his residence around 8:43 a.m. and traveled toward N. 3rd Avenue and Fleetwood Street until he headed westbound on Lincoln Highway.

At the Coatesville police department, Hines was observed wearing a blue hat, blue flannel shirt, white shirt under the flannel, tan pants, and grey shoes.

The Coatesville City Police Department and the Chester County Detectives are the investigators. ADA Bridget Gallagher is the assigned prosecutor.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Coatesville Detective Carmen Mollichella at 610-384-2300 or Chester County Detective Steve Parkinson at 610-344-5684.

City of Coatesville Police Department

UPDATE…Due to weather, the paving work and temporary no parking restrictions have been extended to include Monday, Augus...
08/21/2023

UPDATE…Due to weather, the paving work and temporary no parking restrictions have been extended to include Monday, August 28th.

We would like to let our local followers and visitors aware that paving work has been scheduled to take place on Oak Street, between S. 10th and S. 13th Aves. 'Temporary No Parking' signs have been put in place to alert motorists and residents. Paving activity will take place between 6am to 5pm on Tuesday, August 22nd through Friday, August 25th.

From what we could tell, everyone had a great time at The Bridge Academy and Community Center's Back to School Block Par...
08/18/2023

From what we could tell, everyone had a great time at The Bridge Academy and Community Center's Back to School Block Party. In addition to plenty of family fun and delicious food, kids had a chance to select a bookbag loaded with school supplies.

We wish our students a safe and wonderful school year!

It took some time to fully investigate and to gather all of the intelligence from some informants. But, the case was sol...
08/17/2023

It took some time to fully investigate and to gather all of the intelligence from some informants. But, the case was solved.

Alannah and Skylar we 'caught' doing something right and 'ticketed' by our Officers. During surveillance, we observed these delightful young ladies being respectful and showing a sense of care for others and their community. During interrogations, we also learned that they're involved in a variety of local pro-social activities, educational programming, enjoy school and are helpful to their parents regularly at home...All great things! Since there are consequences for behavior, they were 'ticketed' for their conduct with new getaway vehicles.

Once again, we sincerely thank David's Drive for their generosity by providing bikes for the 'Catching Kids Doing Something Right' initiative.

Great job, young ladies! We encourage you both to continue to be shining stars. It's kids like you that help make Coatesville an even better place to live, work and play.

The 7th Annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix is just a month away. Many people and organizations are worki...
08/16/2023

The 7th Annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix is just a month away. Many people and organizations are working hard to ensure an exciting and safe day for Coatesville residents and visitors.

Like previous years, the day of festivities will require road closures for the race route and some other area roadways. Prior to the event, temporary no parking signs will be displayed for parking restrictions between Friday 9/15 at 10am to Saturday 9/16 at 6pm.

Keith and Kayla stopped by the police station today to say hello to officers. They also selected some books from one of ...
08/14/2023

Keith and Kayla stopped by the police station today to say hello to officers. They also selected some books from one of the lending libraries located outside of our station, provided by AHHAH Arts Holding Hands and Hearts, Inc. It's always nice to see kiddos interested in reading. Well done, kids. Thanks for stopping by and bringing smiles to our faces.

We appreciated the opportunity to participate in the Pennsylvania State Police (Troop J) kickoff activities for their an...
08/14/2023

We appreciated the opportunity to participate in the Pennsylvania State Police (Troop J) kickoff activities for their annual Chester County Camp Cadet program. It was nice seeing some familiar faces and meeting some new kids as well.

Please join us in congratulating our summer intern, Kenneth Oxendine-Costello. His successful completion of this program...
08/11/2023

Please join us in congratulating our summer intern, Kenneth Oxendine-Costello. His successful completion of this program fulfilled his final requirement to graduate from West Chester University of PA! Kenny's next challenge will be attending the municipal police academy, starting in January. We wish him well and hope to one day see him in a CPD uniform!

You may begin to notice some new signs as you travel through the City of Coatesville. We have recently deployed two LED ...
08/09/2023

You may begin to notice some new signs as you travel through the City of Coatesville. We have recently deployed two LED radar speed signs at various locations. These portable signs, along with our enforcement efforts, will seek to reduce speeds and create safer roadways for residents and visitors alike.

We had a great time at PA State Representative Dan K. Williams' Family Fun Day at Gateway Park this afternoon. It was a ...
08/05/2023

We had a great time at PA State Representative Dan K. Williams' Family Fun Day at Gateway Park this afternoon. It was a beautiful day in the park and perfect for water ice. So, we were quite popular when we arrived in our Community Policing Water Ice Truck.

We appreciated the recent visit from Makoto Martial Arts Summer Camp participants. We enjoyed their station visit and de...
08/05/2023

We appreciated the recent visit from Makoto Martial Arts Summer Camp participants. We enjoyed their station visit and desire to brighten our day with encouraging words and several fist bumps.

We teamed up with South Coatesville Police this evening for National Night Out. NNO is a night dedicated to forging rela...
08/02/2023

We teamed up with South Coatesville Police this evening for National Night Out. NNO is a night dedicated to forging relationships and reducing crime. We traveled to many neighborhoods and parks, ending up at Regency Park to celebrate police-community partnerships and collaboration. As a surprise to many residents, we traveled in our 'Chillin' with the Community' truck and treated hundreds of people to delicious water ice and pretzels (courtesy of Wawa).

For our followers that enjoy reviewing statistics, below is an infographic containing data provided by Chester County De...
08/01/2023

For our followers that enjoy reviewing statistics, below is an infographic containing data provided by Chester County Department of Emergency Services. In July, Call Takers & Dispatchers at the 9-1-1 Center tracked and supported 2,080 incidents, averaging 67 per day. As always, we appreciate their dedication to our officers and the community we serve.

Corporal Antonucci was put in the 'hot seat.' He recently met with Coatesville Youth Initiative's Service Corps particip...
07/29/2023

Corporal Antonucci was put in the 'hot seat.' He recently met with Coatesville Youth Initiative's Service Corps participants and facilitated an 'Officer in the Hot Seat' session, where there is no agenda...Just valuable conversation and unscripted and honest answers to any and all questions from youth and CYI leaders.

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We are using 's or 's to listen to his cellphone in every possible way and his thoughts.
We recorded the voices of all his friends and family to give false impression others involved including James Audette who we know he went to school with. He is or was an officer in your department.
Steve has done nothing wrong in fact has worked with police as he realized from jump this is a way to stalk children

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I can't understand how The City of Coatesville can imagine any businesses wanting to move into the city. The first thing new businesses look at are conditions, and right now the conditions in the City are terrible. Where are the road Crews, sleeping at home, do they not now how to plow, The roads haven't been touch and I mean the main roads, Lord knows what the side roads look like. I just drove my son to his school and as soon as I crossed the Valley TWP/City of Coatesville line the road had 3 inches of packed ice on it. The storm was 48 hrs ago and they haven't treated a thing, Its dangerous to drive in the City. If I were moving a business there I would stay away because patrons wouldn't show up because they can't drive on the roads, let alone park.
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I heard Halloween may change to 4-6 this year. Is this true? I sure hope not. Working parents can’t do that time frame.
Maybe there needs to be a town hall. Sounds to me there’s a disconnect between what your citizens expectations are in comparison to how you are trained to do your jobs. At some point there has to be an understanding and based on the events that happened last week, there is a huge divide.
Very sorry to hear of the injured officers. Of course, it had to be from a nuisance complaint. WIshing them a quick recovery and thankfulness for you all doing an unthankful job.
Regarding this situation:
on Sunday evening, Rich Brown and Riv Ty were the targets for Coatesville Officer Jared Davis ( #40624, officer in mask) and a few of their fellow officer's police violence, over a noise complaint.

They entered Rich's home without a warrant.
They escalated this situation to violence.
They assaulted both of these men in plain view.
They brought 7 charges against Tyler and 8 against Rich in hopes they'll be able to get them on something.

Call the Coatesville PD 610 384 2300 and lodge a complaint; i spoke to Donna Policek (sp?) @ the C'ville PD; then call Representative Dan Williams @ 484 200 8256. I just spoke to someone in Mr. Williams office - they want to hear from others who are aware of what happened.
What action does Coatesville PD plan to take in regards to the recent incident of blatant police brutality exhibited by officer Jared Davis and company? https://www.facebook.com/100008428453595/posts/2509619492662308/?extid=i6NwXnbjRsSAwHCP&d=n
Thank You, Coatesville Police Department. I cannot compliment enough on your dedication, along with this great timeline here on Facebook. I see so much love and support for your community, and yet I am pretty far away. Thank You, again! --Francisco Cazares, East Chicago, IN
Is coatesville going to enforce the fireworks rules??
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