The incident on East Second Avenue has been resolved and all police, fire and EMS resources have left.  We want to thank everyone for the cooperation.


Please be advised there is a police incident along the 000 Block of East Second Avenue between South Broad Street (SR0501) and Linden Street.

Police, fire and EMS members are on-scene working towards a resolution.

There is no immediate danger to the public.

Residents in the area are encouraged to stay inside their homes and avoid approaching the scene, to allow the crews the space needed to work this event.  Please avoid the area.

Further information will be released as it becomes available and is appropriate to be released.


NLCRPD has released a comprehensive update to the area search that was underway this past week in the Middle Creek Wild Life Area . See details at

The search at the Middle Creek Wildlife Area for a missing subject has not located the individual being sought.

NLCRPD and Pennsylvania Game Commission officers are assisting search crews at the Middle Creek Wildlife Area in attempts to locate an adult male who remains unaccounted for. 


UGI is in the midst of an emergency repair on Jackson Drive in Lancaster Township. The roadway is CLOSED from Wilson Avenue to Hillside Drive and will remain closed for the majority of the day. Motorists are encourage to plan an alternate route and avoid this area. Updates will be provided as they become available. MEDIA CONTACT: Sergeant Michael T. Piacentino, W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1583, C: 717-340-2130,

Spencer Avenue in Lancaster Township is closed for a downed wire, between Watson Avenue and Elm Avenue.  A detour has been posted to allow for traffic to get around the affected area.

Officers, Detectives, EMS & Fire Personnel are on scene for a stabbing incident with multiple victims. Traffic throughout the north side of Lancaster City is being effected. Expect delays until we get N. Queen St. open again.

Multiple reports of downed wires are coming in from Manheim Township, Lancaster Township, and East Petersburg Borough.  Motorists should be be aware of wires being pulled down from branches under stress from heavy snow.  DO NOT APPROACH A DOWNED WIRE - CALL 9-1-1 RIGHT AWAY.  Emergency crews will respond to make the necessary repairs.  As always, please drive carefully!

UGI has completed their work and Jackson Drive is now reopened to traffic. Please drive safely!

MEDIA CONTACT: Sergeant Michael T. Piacentino, W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1583, C: 717-340-2130,