Pennsylvania State Police start enforcing Gov. Tom Wolf’s business closure order, according to PSP Commissioner Col. Robert Evanchick.
The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) reminds Pennsylvania residents to remain vigilant against scams attempting to take advantage of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Area police taped busy at week investigating a variety of crimes, from assaults and stalking to criminal mischief and hit and run investigations.
Police and fire first responders are always there to serve and protect. But in these uncertain times with a Coronavirus pandemic running rampant across the country, they ask that people with emergencies call 911.
Area police departments tackled a number of criminal investigations and made some arrests recently. They asked for arrest warrants in at least one case and were informed one fugitive wanted on another warrant had been picked up by Hagerstown police.
As usual, Chambersburg police have been investigating a variety of crimes, they still managed to find time to help locate runaways and restore lost belongings to their rightful owners.
Bad check and theft charges keep piling up for Serafim Tsortos, 43, Chambersburg.
Area police investigated numerous crimes in the last week, some serious, some not so serious but still illegal.
Area police were kept busy with a variety of crimes and investigations including retail theft, assault, hit and run, I-81 crash.
A Chambersburg woman arguing with a neighbor threw a flower pot at him. Two young people argued in the emergency room at the hospital on Valentines Day. Someone keeps breaking glass bottles on a local sidewalk.
A West Virginia man was arrested Friday afternoon after Chambersburg police were tipped off to a stolen vehicle entering the borough.
Eight people were charged in federal court Wednesday with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances in Washington County.
Chambersburg police stopped 11 vehicles Thursday and issued six traffic tickets and five warnings in a speed enforcement effort.
A fugitive sex offender who fled to Canada to avoid jail time after being convicted of sexual assault charges in Franklin County has been brought back to the U.S.
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Craig M. Killmeyer, 54, of Gettysburg, was charged on February 24 with exploitation of minors.
Anthony “Tony” D’Ambrosio, 37, Chambersburg, was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in a federal prison on sex and drug trafficking charges.
A Chambersburg man accused of shooting a Pennsylvania State Police trooper during a traffic stop early today has been charged with attempted homicide on a law enforcement officer.
A Pennsylvania State trooper is in stable condition after being shot earlier this morning during a traffic stop in the 1400 block of Lincoln Way East in Guilford Township.
A 23-year-old New Jersey man accused of being part of the Kick Up Boys drug running gang headed by a local felon was taken into custody in North Carolina this morning on an arrest warrant issued in Franklin County last fall.
Michael Folmer, former state Senator for Lebanon County, pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography and criminal use of a communication facility, PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro said Thursday.
Chambersburg police are investigating a variety of crimes, while in Waynesboro, police were called Saturday afternoon toke a dog roaming a West Eighth Street neighborhood into custody.
A report that a letter opened by a Waynesboro resident Friday sent police and a hazardous materials specialist to the 300 block of Ringgold Street.
House lawmakers grilled the Pennsylvania State Police on Thursday over the governor’s proposal to raise $136 million for the agency via municipality service fees that some see as akin to a tax increase.
Chambersburg police were kept busy the past week investigating assaults, thefts, hit and run crashes, burglaries and a number of other crimes.
Chambersburg police investigated a number of criminal incidents recently, from a fraud case to a hit and run crash that damaged a borough electrical box.