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Unfortunately the Meet the Chief Event scheduled for June 23, 2022 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. has been canceled.

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Once again, the Community Aid Donation Bins are overflowing. If they are full do not put stuff around the bin. Find another bin. This is not a trash dumpster either. Most of the things sitting around the bin, Community Aid will not accept. The fine for scattering rubbish is $300. From this point forward Newville PD will be enforcing this violation. 

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The Shippensburg Police Department is investigating incidents of criminal mischief, where eggs have been tossed at parked vehicles in the parking lot at Chateau Terrace apartment complex, located at 304 North Fayette Street, Shippensburg Borough. Video footage has been collected and shows the pictured vehicle that was possibly involved. The vehicle appears to be a gray, silver, or possibly gold Jeep Grand Cherokee. 

Anyone with information can contact SPD at 717-532-7361 

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A Motorola cell phone was turned into Newville PD. It was found in the area of North High Street in Newville. Please call 717-776-5513. 

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The East Pennsboro Township Police is now accepting applications! To learn more and download the application, please visit: https://cumberland.crimewatchpa.com/eastpennsboropd/5634/content/employment-0

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A black cell phone with black case was turned into the Shippensburg Police Department on 7/11/21.  It was found at the intersection of Mud Leve/Rt. 696.  Owner can claim it at the station.

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Found dog in the area of Oak Lane and Stewert Place. Appears to be mix breed with possible name of "Ariel". Dog was taken to the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter.

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On Monday March 22, 2021 a set of Honda keys were turned into the Police Department. The keys were found at CreekView Park laying on a picnic table.  The keys can be claimed by calling  the North Middleton Township Police Department. 

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In an effort to better collaborate with the community, the East Pennsboro Township Police Department is asking all businesses and residents with surveillance camera systems to register with the police department.  Access to video following a crime can be the difference in solving the crime or not.  To register your camera with the police department, please click HERE

 

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