SPD is investigating a retail theft that occurred on Monday, March 25, 2019, at 1831 hours. The pictured male entered the store and stole a 15 pack of Keystone Ice beer. The suspect proceeded on foot toward North Queen Street and walked north. Anyone with information can contact the Shippensburg Police Department at 717-532-7361 or through our Facebook page.
Shippensburg Police investigated a hit & run collision that occurred this date, about 02:15 AM. A legally parked car was struck by a hit & run driver. Debris recovered at the scene indicated the vehicle is a 2015 to 2019 model year Subaru Legacy sedan, grey in color. The hit & run vehicle fled the scene, last seen south on South Fayette Street. Anyone with in
Shippensburg Police received a report of a stolen garden gnome at the said location sometime between 8:00 PM on Monday November 12, 2018 and 9:00 AM on Tuesday November 13, 2018. An unknown person stole a gnome from the victims flower bed area. The gnome was described as about 16" with a blue hat on a wooden platform. The platform included a mushroom and a welcome s
Shippensburg Police received found keys that were located near the speed bump at the Shippensburg Shopping Center. The location is near Little Caesar's Pizza and F&M Trust. There were three (3) keys attached to a key fob. The owner may claim the items at the Shippensburg Police Department or call 717-532-7361.
Shippensburg Police received a found wallet that was located on the 1st block of North Earl Street in Shippensburg. The wallet contains identification for Deja Stallworth. If anyone knows how to contact Stallworth, the wallet may be claimed at the police station or call 717-532-7361.
On the above date and time, SPD witnessed MEIKLE urinating within feet of the roadway. After making contact with her, it was discovered that she was under 21 years old. Her blood alcohol concentration was .205%. She was charged with Underage Drinking and Disorderly Conduct.
Volvo Construction Equipment employees recently presented the Shippensburg D.A.R.E. unit with a check for $2043. D.A.R.E. is a program that educates students in local schools about making good decision-making skills to lead safe and healthy lives. The money for this contribution was raised at the...