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Mr. Paul Yost

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Lewisburg Hotel

HQ Phone: (570) 523-7800

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Lewisburg Hotel

136 Market St

Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837

United States

Company Description

Distinct dining and lodging in the elegant small town atmosphere of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. ... more

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Lewisburg Police Department

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The Lewisburg Hotel - Resources

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Chief of Police - Paul Yost 55 S. Fifth St. Lewisburg, PA 17837 (570) 524-5151


BVRPD Home

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Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department will be activated on February 6, 2012 under the command of Chief Paul Yost.


Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association - Committees

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Paul Yost, Chief of Police, Lewisburg Borough


Welcome to Susquehanna Valley Lodge 52, FOP!

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Paul Yost, Chief of Police 55 South 5th Street, Suite 2 Lewisburg PA 17837-1877 Phone: 570.524.4302 FAX: 570.524.4128


Some small spots of blood were ...

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Some small spots of blood were discovered on one of the stones, said Police Chief Paul Yost, who said police became aware of the vandalism on Jan. 11. Police took samples of the blood for testing. Yost thinks the perpetrator was injured during one of the acts.

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Possible charges include criminal mischief, Yost said, as well as a institutional vandalism, a recently adopted standard that makes it a felony to desecrate a cemetery, mortuary or other facility used for burial.
The charge is a third-class felony, if the loss or damages exceed $5,000, he said.

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