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Detective Theresa Stauffer of the NLCRPD charged REBECCA RAINE FORMICA with felony counts of Drug Delivery Resulting in Death and Criminal Use of a Communication Facility in relation to the 2018 death of 21-year-old PETER DANIEL GARNER of Warwick Township. See NLCRPD.org for complete details

The NLCRPD is posting this advisory about a stray or feral cat that has been involved in two attacks upon residents resulting in personal injury and potential risk of exposure to animal borne disease. An image depicting the suspected involved animal is attached for the citizen awareness. Should you observe this animal please call Lancaster County Wide Communications at 911 and report the sighting to the NLCRPD for appropriate follow up actions. Do not attempt to capture or have contact with the animal or attempt to destroy the animal.

On May 8th, 2019, NLCRPD investigated a retail theft of cigarettes, valued at approximately $260.00, from the Rothsville Mini Mart located on Main St (Warwick Township). The male depicted is a suspect who needs to be identified. The male was seen leaving the scene in a gray Nissan Altima, unknown vehicle registration. Anyone who knows knows the identity of the suspect can contact Officer Leh by email at lehr@nlcrpd.org or by submitting an anonymous tip by selecting our Submit A Tip tab.

***UPDATE**  All residents in and around Wood Duck Drive & Hammaker Road have been evacuated.  UGI is on scene along with EMS, Fire and Police units.  There are no injuries, additional updates and information will be posted on this media outlet.  

Evacuation radius of 150 yards underway from a  dwelling located in the 500 block of Wood Duck Drive in Penn Township. 

While Rt. 501 Broad Street was previously scheduled to be CLOSED Saturday April 27 to Monday April 29 - detours are posted throughout Lititz Borough & Warwick Township, ongoing delays have resulted in an extension of this closure until late in the afternoon of April 30, 2019.

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 nlcrpd.org

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. 

Warwick Township Public Works Crews have erected temporary top signs at the intersection of the Lititiz Pike and Owl Hill Road. Motorists are encouraged to be alert for new traffic patterns.

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