Harrisburg, PAOn February 2, 2019 Swatara Township Police say David Thomas stole $99.99 worth of merchandise from Home Depot. When confronted by the Loss Prevention Officer, he stated "Don't follow me or I'll shoot you." Facebook Twitter Youtuberead more
Harrisburg, PA Mayor Eric Papenfuse honored World War Two veteran and hero, Clarence Smoyer, today and giving Mr. Smoyer the first key to the city. Facebook Twitter Youtuberead more
Camp Hill, PAThe pictured subject is wanted for questioning in a theft of keys and a phone at Moe's Bar and Grill earlier this morning, February 19, 2019 9:30 am.If anyone can identify him police are asking you to contact them at (717) 238-9676. Facebook Twitter...read more
Jessup, PAPolice released the following statement today warning the public about unusual activity of wild animals in the area:In the past few weeks, there has been an outbreak of wild animals acting strangely in Jessup. We have had several foxes and raccoons out in...read more
Hanover, PAHanover Township Police say they responded to the report of a retail theft, early today, February 18, 2019 at about 1:20PM at the Family Dollar on Carey AVE in Hanover Township.Authorities say the manager reported observing a female concealing merchandise...read more
Police in Landsford update that Loundon has been found safe Landsford, PALansford Police are asking for the public's help in locating and ascertaining the safety of the pictured 23 year old Jessica Loudon. Police say Loudon is approximately 5'8" tall with red curly...read more
Free classes in Columbia Borough , surviving active shooter and crime prevention in houses of worship
Columbia, PAThe Columbia Borough Police Department will host two classes on Thursday, February 21, 2019 beginning at 6:00pm at St. Peter's Catholic Church (121 S. 2nd Street, Columbia, PA). Ephrata Police Chief William Harvey will be presenting free classes entitled...read more
Columbia, PAOn February 5, 2019 at approximately 6:34 pm Pablo Figueroa-Arizmendi, 63, of Columbia, PA was found intoxicated and laying in the grass at Ridge Avenue and Stamans Lane according to Columbia Borough Police. Officers transported Figueroa-Arizmendi to his...read more
Lancaster, PAThe West Lampeter Township Police Department welcomed Officer Phil Strosser. Officer Strosser, pictured here being sworn in by District Court Judge Benner, began his employment with West Lampeter in January. Although new to the department, Officer...read more
York, PAThis morning, York County Court of Common Pleas Judge Harry Ness sentenced James Albright, 57, of Wellsville to 78 years and 3 months to 156 years and 6 months in prison. Additionally, Judge Ness declared Albright to be a Sexually Violent Predator.Albright had...
Mount Wolf, PANortheastern Regional Police are asking for the public's help to identify the two men pictured here as person's of interest in a vehicle theft.Police say the pictures seen here are poor quality but the best available.If you are able to identify either of...
York, PAWest York Borough Police warn they've received multiple complaints of vehicles being rummaged through in the North side of West York Borough, the latest targeted streets have been Filbert Street and Stanton Street.Police are asking the public to contact them...
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Harrisburg, PAPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf today said, "We took a big step today to help Pennsylvania build the strongest workforce in the nation. The new Workforce Command Center will be an incubator for innovative ideas to address the skills gap and worker...
PA Attorney General issues statement on President’s Trump’s Emergency Declaration, does not join lawsuit
Harrisburg, PAAttorney General Josh Shapiro today issued a statement on President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to finance a wall on the United States’ southern border, but hasn't yet joined a lawsuit filed by a number of states to seeking to stop...
Scranton, PAThe United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that John Verkitus, age 56, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Court Judge Malachy E. Mannion to unlawfully importing synthetic cannabinoids...