The NLCRPD is releasing the BIAS BASED POLICING REPORT for fiscal year 2020. This reporting is made public on a quarterly and annual basis and is available for review on NLCRPD.org under the report drop down tab and is listed by reporting period in descending order
NLCRPD Patrols and rescue / EMS on scene of headon crash with three reported injuries - West Millport road and Woodcrest Avenue. Expect traffic disruptions in the area. Detail as soon as they are available.
NLCRPD is on scene of a crash with an overturned Jeep at the rail trail crossing on Rothsville Road near the intersection of Shirley Lane. Motorists are urged to avoid the area further details will be released as they become available.
Green Acre Road will be closed Tuesday the 12th between West Orange Street and Pinewood Avenue. A small detour will be in place using Sensenich Drive and Pine Wood Avenue, School transportation, emergency vehicles and local deliveries will have access during this time.
The NLCRPD has released the data for the last fiscal quarter of 2020 depicting the distribution of NLCPRD traffic contacts with community members by pre-identified agency selected performance metrics. This data set may be viewed at nlcrpd.org by selection of the report tab and using the drop-down tab to Bias Based Policing where reporting can be viewed by the year. This reporting is an essential measure by the NLCRPD an in-depth review of our criminal arrest and traffic stop data to assure agency compliance with NLCRPD Written Directives 1.8.3 - Bias Based Policing.
An expired registration plate and NLCRPD traffic stop in East Petersburg Borough results in arrest of two men., one of whom was driving under suspension and had a total of 28 active traffic warrants for his arrest. Seized in the stop was marijuana and methamphetamine in sufficient quantities to charge possession with intent to distribute. See NLCRPD.org for details.
On December 18, 2020 NLCRPD patrols were dispatched to the intersection of Route 501 and East Newport Road for a report of a man down on the roadway, subject was reported to be unresponsive. NLCPRD patrols arrived in less than one minute and found a male suffering from lacerations and extensive bleeding. The subject was taken to the hospital for treatment and further evaluation and continues to recover from his injuries. NLCRPD investigators were able to locate and identify both the striking vehicle and operator involved in this case. Derek M.
The NLCRPD the investigation is now concluded with a reasonable degree of certainty with the finding extensive injuries were self-inflicted by the victim within his own course of conduct. See NLCRPD.org for details
The 900 block of the Lititz Pike (Rt.501) North of the Target Shopping Center at the Shoppes at Kissle Hill Shopping Complex has delays due to mutiple tractor trailers and other vehicles unable to pass the inclined grades on the hills due to snow covered roadways. Expect delays and disruption of traffic flow. The 6400 block of Main Street in East Petersburg is facing delays due to a two car unknown injury crash with reported roadway blockages. NLCRPD patrols are on location at both events.