Waynesboro Police Department
Waynesboro police chief, District Attorney react to an alleged sexual assault on a teenager by a WPD police officer last year.
What’s with all the bicycles stolen and abandoned, and sometimes vandalized, around Chambersburg? And how about the lost cell phones that wind up in police lost and found lockers?
Area police stay busy, even when people are ordered to stay home. While crime is still on the forefront of their work, not all the news is bad. Chambersburg police had smiles this week and a word of thanks to businesses who showed up on their doorsteps with supplies of things like hand sanitizer to help keep the first responders safe.
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.
Area police investigated numerous crimes in the last week, some serious, some not so serious but still illegal.
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.
Area police have been kept busy recently with a wide variety of incidents, investigating everything from assaults and forged currency to truant kids hanging out along the railroad tracks.
Local police departments investigated a number of crimes recently and took one suspect into custody on a firearms charge.
Area police investigated a variety of incidents over the weekend, and are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the assailant involved in an assault in one of them.
Waynesboro police arrested several people for drug and alcohol offenses recently and investigated crimes such as criminal trespass.
Area police investigated crashes, vandalism at a Quincy Township cemetery and harassment incidents.
Local police have been kept busy investigating thefts, drunken customers and a variety of other incidents recently.
Local police investigated incidents that resulted in DUI arrests in Chambersburg last weekend, while Waynesboro reported a variety of investigations going back to December for summary offenses, including harassment and disorderly conduct.
Area police investigated retail thefts, hit and runs, criminal mischief and a number of other incidents over the last two weeks.
Area police investigated vandalism at Wilson College and apprehended a Waynesboro man last week wanted on a criminal trespass charge.