Welcome from the Members of the Lower Paxton Township Police Department
Welcome to the Lower Paxton Township Police web site. The Lower Paxton Township Police Department continues its commitment to providing professional police services to our community.
Medication Disposal Available
The Medreturn drop-box in the lobby of the police station for disposal of unneeded/unused prescription and over-the-counter medications is accessible between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. To dispose of medications at another time, please call the police dispatcher at 558-6900 and an officer can meet you at the station. Residents are encouraged to remove medications from the labeled prescription bottles and to use a zip-loc bag for disposal.
The Lower Paxton Township Police Department is an Accredited Law Enforcement Agency.
Resident of a home in the 6600 block of Conway Rd. reported to police that someone had entered his residence and had stolen a bag full of assorted golf items from a locked office. The crime occured sometime between April 1, 2015 and April 12, 2015.
PROTECT...your future SERVE...your community The Lower Paxton Township Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Download your application and submit it, along with a $35.00 check, to the Police Office before 4:00 PM on May 15, 2015. The Lower Paxton Township...
Someone removed the copper from two Air Conditioning units at a building at 5405 Locust Ln. that is being renovated for the Infinity Charter School. In addition, about 130 feet of gutter was also stolen. This occured between Friday, April 3rd, and Wednesday, April 15th.
Officers on a traffic stop at Princess Ave. and Royal Ave. in Lower Paxton Township discovered heroin packets and needles in a car. Arrested were Douglas James Sweigard and Zora Alexandra Bartles, both of the 1100 block of Pond Rd.
Officers on a traffic stop at Princess Ave. and Royal Ave. in Lower Paxton Township discovered heroin packets and needles in a car. Arrested were Douglas James Sweigard and Zora Alexandra Bartles, both of the 1100 block of Pond Rd. Sweigard had warrants out of three counties that were also served.