Weekly Crime Blotter!

West Shore Regional Police is proud of our proactive officers and their approach to protecting our communities! 

This week’s (11/04/2019 – 11/11/2019) criminal arrests include the following:


Date:

Location:

Type of Incident:

Arrest Made:

11/05/2019

600 Block of N. Front Street, Wormleysburg

Drugs

Yes

11/05/2019

1200 Market Street, Lemoyne

Retail Theft

Yes

11/05/2019

300 Block of Herman Avenue, Lemoyne

Drugs

Yes

11/06/2019

100 Block of S. Second Street, Wormleysburg

Drugs / Resisting Arrest

Yes

11/06/2019

1100 Block of Yverdon Drive, Wormleysburg

Disorderly Conduct

Yes

11/07/2019

100 Block of S. Third Street, Lemoyne

Drugs

Yes

11/07/2019

1100 Block of Hummel Avenue, Lemoyne

Drugs

Yes

11/07/2019

300 Block of Hummel Avenue, Lemoyne

Drugs

Yes

11/08/2019

600 Block of N. Front Street, Wormleysburg

Drugs

Yes

11/08/2019

400 Block of S. Third Street, Lemoyne

False Identification

Yes

11/08/2019

100 Block of Market Street, Lemoyne

Drugs

Yes

11/09/2019

1100 Block of Market Street, Lemoyne

DUI

Yes

11/09/2019

500 Block of Lowther Street, Lemoyne

DUI

Yes

11/10/2019

300 Block of Walton Street, Wormleysburg

Harassment

Yes

11/11/2019

1023 State Street, Lemoyne

Retail Theft

Yes

11/11/2019

1100 Block of Yverdon Drive, Wormleysburg

Criminal Mischief

Yes

This week’s (11/04/2019 – 11/11/2019) crash statistics include the following:


Date:

Location:

Type of Crash:

11/04/2019

400 Block of Market Street, Lemoyne

Reportable

11/05/2019

1200 Block of State Street, Lemoyne

Non-Reportable

11/08/2019

Stella Street / N. Second Street, Wormleysburg

Non-Reportable

11/08/2019

400 Block of S. Third Street, Lemoyne

Non-Reportable

11/09/2019

900 Block of Hummel Avenue, Lemoyne

Reportable

11/10/2019

1 Block of Lemoyne Drive, Lemoyne

Non-Reportable

11/10/2019

100 Block of S. Front Street, Wormleysburg

Reportable

11/11/2019

800 Block of Market Street, Lemoyne

Non-Reportable

11/11/2019

700 Block of Market Street, Lemoyne

Non-Reportable

All together our officers handled 480 calls for service to our boroughs!