Remember to "flip the switch" and turn on your headlights when operating a vehicle during dim light or inclement weather. Wipers on = headlights on. Don't rely on automatic sensors, turning on your headlights is a good first step to defensive driving.
Two Samsung cell phones and a white backpack was found on the Dykeman walking trail between Schreiber Foods and Harvest Square. Property owner can claim their property at Shippensburg Police Department.
As Santa's Sleigh sails past the green light this morning in Shippensburg, the officers and staff of the Shippensburg Police Department wish you and your family, a peaceful holiday and safety in your travels.
On December 12, 2022, at approximately 1:42 P.M. The Shippensburg Police Department responded to a report of a man threatening to harm himself and placing another person in danger with a firearm, in a building in the 300 Block of East King Street. Officers from Shippensburg University and the Pennsylvania State Police also responded to assist. The subject was located and removed from the scene without injury to any persons. The investigation remains ongoing and no further information will be released at this time.
Wishing you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Please remember to "Buckle-up" your seatbelt, demonstrate patience when traveling on congested roadways or in crowded parking lots, and if you are out celebrating, call for a ride - Don't Drink and Drive.
Come on out today to salute our Veteran's. The annual Veteran's Day Parade begins at 2:00 P.M. There is no parking along King Street in the parade route, as well as other designated no parking areas. We hope to see you this afternoon, remember your freedom to attend a parade is because of these men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country.
As always, special thanks to our dedicated Fire Police who make events like this possible.