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Chief of Police, William "Bill" Harvey
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
Serving the municipalities of Ephrata Borough, Ephrata Township, West Cocalico Township and Adamstown Borough, our officers and civilian employees are committed to providing the highest level of service to our citizens and our community and we strive to keep our neighborhoods safe through effective law enforcement as well as by preventing crimes before they occur.
Brandon Lee Rea, 21, Ephrata, was the driver of a vehicle which was travelling too fast to make a turn and drove off the roadway and struck a tree. Rea reported he was not injured. His vehicle was damaged requiring towing. Police filed several traffic citations related to the crash.
On Friday, April 10, 2015 around 11pm, police were called to the area of Bethany Rd. at Akron Rd. for a report of a vehicle which had driven off the road into a field. Police arrived and found a red Eagle Vision stuck in the field. The driver was identified as Brandon Lee Rea, 21, of Ephrata. He...
On 04-08-15 at approximately 1900hrs Ephrata police arrested Vincent L. Burns 50/M Last known address of Water Street, Washington Boro, Pa. for a retail theft (shopping lifting) for taking a large slab of Angus Beef valued at $63.00 from Redner’s Warehouse Market on N. Reading Road, Ephrata...
Ephrata Police filed Disorderly Conduct and Harassment citiations against Jorge Andrew Camargo, 34, of Ephrata for his involvement in a fight in the first block of North Church Street, Ephrata Borough, on 4/6/15 at 9:24 p.m.
Brandon Rae, 21, of Ephrata has been cited for Harassment and Public Drunkenness following an altercation in the first block of South Maple Street on April 7, 2015 at approximately 9 p.m. Kimberly Scott, 20, of Ephrata was cited for Harassment as a result of the same incident.