Showing posts with label Police Log. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Police Log. Show all posts

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Frackville Bank Robber Pleads Guilty; Sentenced to 6 to 15 Years

The State Attorney General's office announced on Thursday that a Shenandoah man has pled guilty to a felony charge related to the robbery of a bank in Frackville.

Mahanoy City Police Work to Create Community Relationship with Preschool Children

On Thursday morning, members of the Mahanoy City Police Department met with preschool children to build new community relationships.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Debris from Southwest Flight 1380 May Have Fallen in Northern Berks County

Police say debris from Southwest Flight 1380 may have fallen in northern Berks County on Tuesday.

Road Closed Wednesday Morning South of Pine Grove Due to Crash

A crash in Berks County has closed a road south of Pine Grove Wednesday morning.

Pottsville Police Announce Traffic Regulations and Parking Restrictions Ahead of Lager Jogger

Due to the Yuengling Light Lager-Jogger 5K race and block party being held in Pottsville on Saturday April 21, 2018, the Pottsville Police have announced the following temporary changes in traffic and parking.

Woman Injured in Rollover Crash in Cass Township

A woman was injured Wednesday morning in a crash in Cass Township on Wednesday morning.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Pottsville Police Investigating String of Overdoses

The Pottsville Police Department is investigating a string of overdoses in the city.

Northern Schuylkill County Police Take Part in Sobriety Checkpoint Late Saturday

The North Central Regional Sobriety Checkpoint DUI Taskforce conducted a checkpoint late Saturday to help protect the public from those driving under the influence.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Two Wanted on Active Warrants Taken into Custody After Fight

Two men, wanted on active warrants, were taken into custody on Wednesday, after a fight in Mahanoy City.

State Police Launch U DRIVE. U TEXT. U Pay Campaign

On Thursday, the Pennsylvania State Police announced a new campaign raising the awareness of the deadly risks of texting and driving.