What if I see someone doing drugs or suspect a drug house in my neighborhood?

Drug Dealing is illegal. Drug dealing and use are often the source of a multitude of neighborhood problems, which include noise, disorderly conduct, and lack of pride in property. They are also a source of more violent crimes including theft and assault. Often other vice activities including prostitution are drug-related problems. Report all such activity.

Your call will be kept confidential. A report will be forwarded to, and followed up by the Vice Division of the Easton Police Department.

If you observe suspicious behavior that may indicate drug dealing and/or use or other vice offenses, call the CID/Vice Officer at 250-6658 or the Police Desk at 610-759-2200.

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1. Are vehicles allowed to be repaired on the street?
2. What about vehicles abandoned or in state of disrepair on private property?
3. How long can a vehicle remain parked at the same spot on a city street?
4. What should I do about disorderly conduct of residents or guests?
5. What if I see someone loitering on the street?
6. What about loud music from neighboring properties or from outside?
7. What do I do about a dog that continuously barks or dogs running at large?
8. Are people allowed to congregate at parks and playgrounds during the night?
9. What if I see someone doing drugs or suspect a drug house in my neighborhood?