PSP investigating deaths: Today’s police incidents log

Huntington County

Today’s police incidents log includes an investigation into the deaths of a Franklin County couple Sunday morning by Pennsylvania State Police troopers and PSP’s SERT Team. Police identified the couple as Jerry W. Mowen, 53, and Serena Dawn Mowen, 47.

Troopers from the Chambersburg barracks were on the scene of an incident at a residence in the 3100 block of Sundown Drive in Greene Township, PSP Trooper Megan Ammerman, Troop H’s Public Information Officer, Tweeted at 8:54 a.m. Sunday.

“This is an isolated incident,” she said. “There is no threat to the public.”

She emailed a brief news release to Franklin County Free Press at 1:15 p.m., indicated that troopers responded to a domestic-related incident at 2:20 a.m., then called PSP’s Special Emergency Response Team in after multiple failed attempts to make contact with the individuals at the home.

When they finally gained entry into the home, they found Jerry and Serena Mowen dead. The news release gave no other details. Ammerman said an investigation into the couple’s deaths is ongoing by PSP’s Troop H Major Case Team.


Pennsylvania State Police now puts its news releases online on its website. Chambersburg barracks latest news releases, available here, does not include today’s incident.

Two local police departments put their news releases and incidents on their CRIMEWATCH® pages.

Look for Waynesboro Police Department releases at this link. Find Chambersburg Police Department’s releases at this link.

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Cumberland County police reports

Pennsylvania State Police, Carlisle barracks, issued the following news releases on Saturday: See them at this link.

Carlisle Police Department news releases link.

Shippensburg Police Department news releases link.

Fulton County police reports

Pennsylvania State Police’s McConnellsburg, have filed charges against Leslie Ann Brubaker, 43, in connection with a drug overdose death. They are asking for the public’s help in locating her. See that, and other, news releases here.

Adams County police reports

Pennsylvania State Police Gettysburg barracks most recent news releases can be found at this link.

Gettysburg Police use their Facebook page to report some crimes happening in their community. They encourage their citizens to report non-emergency crimes on their CRIMEWATCH® page.