NLCRPD continues the follow-up phase of the criminal investigation associated with the hit and run involving personal injury. The striking vehicle is believed to be a 2014-20176 Kia Forte based upon evidence found at the crash scene. Anyone with information leading to the identification of the person responsible, owner, or location of the striking vehicle is requested to contact the NLCRPD at the NLCRPD Police Dispatch: (717) 664-1180 or (800) 957-2677 or the NLCRPD Administrative offices at 717-733-0965.
An alert citizen contacted the NLCRPD about a seven-year-old female she observed walking alone on the roadway on Weidmansville Road in Clay Township. As NLCRP patrols were responding to the call, another reporting party reported that her seven-year-old daughter who suffers from a disorder on the autism spectrum was missing from the family home. Arriving NLCRPD patrols located the child contacted the child’s mother and reunited the mother and child.
While the acts of the police that make headlines are frequently revisited and applied with a wide brush to our entire profession. The acts of community support and kindness are seldom mentioned. Time for this to change and for the NLCRPD change starts here.
This individual was located at the Speedwell Forge area of Lancaster County at 17:00 hours today. Condition is not reported. Locate was by the Pennsylvania State Police in Elizabeth Township . The NLCRPD has no further details upon the circumstances of the locate and the NCIC entry as a missing person endangered was canceled.
To make access and understanding of NLCRPD agency written directives governing policy a new an dedicated tab has been added to facilitate easy access to agency policy. As of this post over 85 directives have been included with many more to follow. The only directives to be excluded will be those deemed to have officer safety impacts or those specified by law for confidentiality and non-disclosure
There will be an extended disruption for parking and travel to residents of East Petersburg Borough continuing the next few days as a result of a weather-related delay to a necessary PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT maintenance project. To minimize any negative impacts and reduce the need for towing of vehicles impeding this project the NLCRPD is posting the following information. Please consider the project will begin at 05:00 hours, making it necessary to adjust normal routines until the early evening on August 14, 2020.