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23, 2019 10:14 a.m.
Apollo Mayor Cindee Virostek appointed
borough police Officer Dave Romagnoli this week as acting
officer in charge. Apollo police Chief Jarred Kier submitted his
resignation last month effective Aug. 15 to take a...
Taking part in the chase and arrest were
officers from Washington and Kiski townships, Vandergrift and Apollo and
stations at Kiski, ...
A robber who told the clerk he had nothing
to live for robbed the Apollo Subway
restaurant at gunpoint Tuesday evening, Apollo
Mayor's Award of Valor - At the October 30,
2014 council meeting, Former Chief Jarred Kier and Officer Ronald Baustert
were presented with the Mayorís Award of Valor. Sgt. (now Chief) Kierís citation
read: In recognition of his professionalism, outstanding leadership,
and individual courage while carrying out his duties under hostile
conditions. Officer Ron Baustertís citation read: In recognition of
his bravery under fire while carrying out his duties in the
protection of himself, fellow uniformed officers, and nearby
residents. Read the Valley News Dispatch
Drug Free Zone - September 1, 2014 - The
Police Department is promoting a Drug Free Zone in Apollo. New signs
will be going up in town - To report crime or suspicious
activity, call 724-548-3317
Apollo hires 3 part-time police officers -
Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, 12:56 a.m. The Apollo Police Department is
getting more equipment and manpower. Borough Council on Thursday
hired three new part-time police officers. They'll be paid $12 per
hour until their probationary period expires in six months, at which
point their hourly rate will increase to $13.
Kyle Lewis of Kittanning, Jason Varner of Oklahoma Borough and Jared
Kepple of Kiski Township will begin serving the department once they
complete the appropriate certification, Apollo Mayor Jeff Held said.
Each will work on an as-needed basis. Varner and Kepple also
serve as part-time police officers in Vandergrift. Lewis is an armed
security guard and a former military policemen. The three were hired
directly after council accepted the resignation of Josh Dobbin, who
was hired in February.
With the loss of Dobbin and the addition of three others, the Apollo
Police Department numbers seven officers, all part-time.