The Derry Township Police Department will be making some slight operational adjustments concerning guests to our police station in consideration of COVID-19. Effective immediately the following restrictions will be in place concerning visitors to our building.
* All tours of the police station will be postponed until further notice.
The Middletown Borough Police want to thank everyone that called in or sent information via facebook and crimewatch. The Juvenile has been found. We would also like to send a special thanks to the numerous agencies that assisted us during this search for him.
The portion of Sand Hill Road from Cherry Drive to Forest Ave will be closed starting at 7:00 p.m. Friday night (3/6) through 6:00 a.m. Monday (3/9) so PPL can complete work on the underground transmission line.
On Tuesday February 18th the Harrisburg Police were dispatched to Wildwood Park for a report of a raccoon that attacked a male, causing minor injuries. The raccoon was located, and due to its unusual and aggressive behavior it was euthanized. The raccoon was taken to a state lab for testing, and did test positive for rabies.
Alyssa Terry was reported missing today, February 6th, from her residence in Harrisburg PA. Terry is 16 years old, is about 5ft 6in tall, and was last seen wearing a yellow fleece pullover with "Atlantic City" on the front of it (image attached is of her earlier today, February 6th). At this time it is believed that Terry may have ran away to the Carlisle area, or Montgomery County Maryland area. If her whereabouts are known please contact the Harrisburg Police at 717-558-6900, and ask to speak to a city detective. A tip can also be submitted through the CRIMEWATCH website.
The items pictured here were found in a backpack along the walking path around Reservoir Park in Highspire. Several of the items found inside the backpack were identified as stolen property of residents from a string of Thefts from Autos that occurred in August of 2019. These Thefts from Autos took place in the Rosedale neighborhood and specifically in the 2000 block of Market Street Extended in Lower Swatara Township. It is likely the backpack belonged to the suspect.
The Lower Swatara Township Police Department found a female Husky on January 2, 2020. The husky is describes as having black and white fur. The husky was found in the area of Lisa Lake Mobile Home Park. The husky has a black harness on and no chip. The husky was taken to the Harrisburg Humane Society on Grayson Rd.