Middletown Police would like to offer a special thanks to Chief Whitebread and the Middletown Fire Department, as well as Tattered Flag, for their combined effort in helping our Department to commercially sanitize our patrol vehicles. We cannot thank you enough!
Pictured is Sgt. Scott Yoder, Chief Whitebread (MFD), and Patrolman Todd Houser.
Please continue to support your local first responders.
On Thursday March 26th, Middletown Borough Police Department was visited by a great group of kids who left their mark and touched our hearts with some amazing sidewalk chalk messages for our Department.
In these uncertain and trying times, always remember that we stand firm, protecting and serving, no matter the risk or the danger, and will forever continue to do so.
We are in this together.
Middletown Borough Police would like to remind residents of the following:
- Effective IMMEDIATELY, Borough Hall will be CLOSED to the public.
- Electric bills may be paid ONLINE, or DROPPED OFF at the Borough Drop Box (located in the rear parking lot of the Borough Hall).
- Electric SHUTOFFS have been SUSPENDED for 60 days due to the COVID-19 crisis.
In the midst of the COVID-19 "Coronavirus" pandemic, the Middletown Borough Police Department continues to strive for excellence through selfless service. Based on the recommendations of the CDC, and Pennsylvania State Department of Health, we are making some minor changes to our daily operations. These changes are being implemented in order to aid in slowing the spread of COVID-19, as well as to keep the safety of the residents, Borough staff and community paramount.
The Middletown Borough Police are asking for the publics help in identifying the female and male in the pictures. The female walked out of Karns Market on South Union Street in the Borough with approximately $80.00 in food items without paying. The female and male then loaded the groceries into the white SUV pictured and drove off.
Middletown Borough Police are currently investigating the theft of a lawn mower and snow blower from the shed of a residence in the 300 Block of South Wood Street.
The exterior shed's key pad lock was missing and the shed was found open. There was no damage to the shed.
Both the lawn mower and snow blower were BLACK and GREY in color.
Middletown Borough Police would like to remind all residents to please clean up after your dogs when walking them in the Borough!
§ 101-3.1 Desecrations and nuisances.
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