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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.

Wind related signal malfunction reported by NLCRPD patrols at Lititz Pike (Route 501) and Owl Hill Road. Crwes were advised. No estimated time for signal restoration.  

The NLCRPD Administrative Offices will close at 12:00 on Monday, December 31 and be closed for the remainder of day on New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. The Administrative offices will re-open at 8:00 on January 2, 2019.

The NLCRPD patrol division will remain available on a 24/7/365 basis as always for the delivery of police services. The patrol division can be reached at any of the following listings:

For Emergencies: Dial 911

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers:
Administration: (717) 664-1100 or (800) 297-5292

The gifts are on the way for delivery by NLCRPD officers and volunteers. Check out the nlcrpd.org for pictures and more . . . 

The NLCRPD Administrative Offices will close at 12:00 on Friday December 21 and be closed for the remainder of the weekend and for Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. The Administrative offices will re-open at 8:00 on December 26, 2018.
The NLCRPD patrol division will remain available on a 24/7/365 basis as always for the delivery of police services. The patrol division can be reached at any of the following listings:

For Emergencies: Dial 911

Non-Emergency Phone Numbers:
Administration: (717) 664-1100 or (800) 297-5292

Theft and fraud are now a part of the holiday season. Please be alert in your package delivery and providing of any personal information to callers.

A 23-year-old man is in remains in custody following his preliminary hearing where he was remanded to trial in all charging matters regarding the shooting death of a man in Penn Township early this month. SHAWN DARIONNE BERGMAN is charged with homicide in a case involving a victim who was shot in the face at an apartment in the 400 block of South Main Street in Penn Township. When NLCRPD patrols arrived, the victim was found slumped over onto a couch. He was struggling to breathe and had obvious head trauma consistent with a gunshot wound. The victim later succumbed to his injuries.

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