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The NLCRPD arrested a subject related to an indecent exposure call in Warwick Township. At approximately 11:15 pm last evening the NLCRPD received multiple calls for a male exposing himself and engaged in an act of public self-touching or masturbation. Responding NCRPD patrols located the suspect and took him into custody at 11:23 pm.

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NLCRPD can now confirm the crash on the Oregon Pike in Warwick Township is now a fatal crash. There was a single adult victim and details will be released as they become available. 

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Serious crash closes the Oregon Pike in Warwick Township. Multiple vehicles and reported ejection of victim. NLCRPD crash reconstruction team is on scene. Avoid the area. Unknown period of closure is anticipated. 
 

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NLCRPD patrols have responded to over eight crashes since 6 am some with overturned vehicles and injuries. Crashes are still pending and Public Works crews are responding to impacted areas. ,o toristas are urged to use caution for icing during their morning commute

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The NLCRPD has been awarded a total of $59,999.00 in grant funding to implement an innovative technology platform within the agency. The NLCRPD is a Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (PLEAC) accredited agency and credentialed by the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ). The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department (NLCRPD) provides primary full police services as defined by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) for over 42,600 residents of the Townships of Clay, Penn, Warwick, and the Borough of East Petersburg.

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Burglary and theft reported with the loss of an adult male bulldog approximately 3 years old valued at $10,000 and two bulldog puppies, a female and male described as 8 weeks old valued at $3500 each. Total loss estimated at $17,000. Anyone with information on this crime is requested to contact the NLCRPD at 717-733-0965 or contact the agency via the tip submission page of nlcrpd.org or Crimewatch.

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CLAY TOWNSHIP DESIGNATES TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT ON SUNDAY FROM 6-8 PM - WEATHER RELATED SCHEDULE CHANGE - **Clay Township has postponed Trick-or-Treat until Sunday, October 31st from 6pm to 8pm to align with Ephrata Area School District** posted @ 12: 20pm by nlcrpd.org

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**Clay Township has postponed Trick-or-Treat until Sunday, October 31st from 6pm to 8pm to align with Ephrata Area School District**  posted @ 12: 20pm

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Dispose of your expired or unused prescription drugs for free, tomorrow SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Giant Food Store located at 1008 Lititz Pike in Warwick Township.  Look for the Regional Police Officer by the Pharmacy area for the collection site.  For more information go to www.DEA.gov

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