Author: Skyler Sterner

02/04/2019 – 02/17/2019

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/04/2019 05:10

LEHMAN

Disabled vehicle at 5300 blk of Lehman Rd

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/04/2019 06:55

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

PUBLIC

02/04/2019 06:59

KEENEY

Police information at 3200 blk of Keeney ct

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

02/04/2019 07:13

LAKE CLUB

Business alarm at 2000 blk of Lake Club Ln

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

02/04/2019 09:52

CANNON

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/04/2019 10:55

 

CANNON

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/04/2019 11:21

DAYS MILL

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/04/2019 15:24

CEDAR

 

 

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-POSSESSION-MARIJUANA,ETC.

02/04/2019 15:52

Drug investigation, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/04/2019 18:05

GITTS RUN

 

Assault report in the 600 block of Gitts Run Rd.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

02/04/2019 19:57

JACOBS MILLS

Hit and run, struck mailbox in the 1500 block of Jacobs Mill Rd.

 

 

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

02/04/2019 20:15

Drug investigation in North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/05/2019 01:09

N PINE

 

Ambulance assist in the 400 block of N Pine Ave

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/05/2019 04:28

 

PATRIOT

Intoxicated driver struck 2 parked vehicles on Patriot St.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/05/2019 06:36

SOUTH EAST

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/05/2019 08:46

EAGLE RIDGE

 

 

 

 

ASSAULTS – OTHER ASSAULTS (SIMPLE)

 

02/05/2019 09:00

THIRD

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/05/2019 09:51

 

N MAIN

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-SALE-MARIJUANA, HASHISH,

02/05/2019 19:00

E THIRD

Derek Lee Jackson of Spring Grove arrested for Possession of a Controlled

Substance with the intent to deliver.

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/05/2019 21:50

YORK

Disabled tractor trailer on York Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/06/2019 05:56

STOVERSTOWN

Struck deer in the 2200 blk of Stoverstown Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/06/2019 12:00

N MAIN

 

Service call in the first block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

ASSAULT-OTHER DANGEROUS WEAPON

02/06/2019 15:35

 

JUNCTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/07/2019 07:15

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle reported on York Road in the area of Gitts Run Road,

Heidelberg Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/07/2019 07:36

YORK

Reportable crash in the 5700 blk of York Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/07/2019 09:30

COLLEGE

Suspicious circumstances in the 100 block of East College Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/07/2019 09:40

MANHEIM

 

Traffic problem in the 6600 blk of Manheim Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/07/2019 10:21

 

N PINE

Assist person in the 300 blk of N Pine Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/07/2019 11:53

INTERSECTION

Alarm in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd., Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 13:04

SECOND

 

Assist EMS in the 200 blk of Second Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

 

02/07/2019 13:10

WALTERS HATCHERY

Assist person in the 4700 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

ALL OTHERS – PROTECTIVE ORDERS

02/07/2019 13:25

INTERSECTION

Domestic issues in the 7300 Intersection Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/07/2019 14:00

LITTLE JOHN

 

Assist person on Little John Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/07/2019 15:07

 

SALEM

Disabled vehicle in the area of Salem Rd and Joseph Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 16:02

JAMESTOWN

Assist EMS in the 1900 blk of Jamestown Ln, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/07/2019 16:45

MESSERSMITH

 

Domestic custody issue in the 3500 block of Messersmith Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/07/2019 18:25

PATRIOT

Suspicious circumstance in the 1900 block of Patriot St.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 23:09

SOUTH MAIN

EMS call in the 200 block of S Main St.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 00:42

SMITH STATION

 

Dispute in the 2100blk of Smith Station Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 07:16

 

ALDINGER

Disturbance in te 3600 block of Aldinger Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/08/2019 08:47

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Disabled vehicle on Indian Rock Dam Rd

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/08/2019 13:29

  1. JOHNS

 

Down tree at 7200 blk of St. John Rd

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

 

02/08/2019 13:59

WEST HANOVER

Theft of a vape pen in the 100 block of W Hanover St. The vape pen was

recovered.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/08/2019 14:06

PORTERS

Child custody at 1200 blk of Porters

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/08/2019 16:11

LINEBORO

 

Traffic complaint in the area of Lineboro Road at the Maryland line, Manheim

Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/08/2019 17:06

 

PORTERS

Child custody issue in the 1300 block of Porters Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/08/2019 18:19

HOKES

Vin verification int he 7400 block of Hokes Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/08/2019 20:14

  1. THIRD

 

Assisted ambulance in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

 

02/08/2019 21:13

WEST HIGHLAND

Field contact in the area of W Highland Ave near W Jackson St.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

02/08/2019 21:40

CHERRY

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 23:33

COPENHAVER

 

Disorderly subject report in the 4700 block of Copenhaver Rd.

 

 

 

PUBLIC

02/09/2019 01:57

 

FISHEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER

02/09/2019 02:17

STOVERSTOWN

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

 

02/09/2019 04:00

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/09/2019 06:47

SEVEN VALLEYS

Suspicious vehicle on Seven Valleys Rd near Grothey

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/09/2019 15:50

PACKINGHOUSE

 

911 Hang up in the 500 block of Packing House Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/09/2019 17:50

 

FAIR

Alarm in the 3600 block of Fair Lane, North Codorus Township.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/09/2019 18:17

INTERSECTION

Domestic issue in the 7400 block of Intersection Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/09/2019 20:54

MESSERSMITH

Domestic disturbance in the 3500 block of Messersmith Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/09/2019 22:49

N MAIN

 

Assisted ambulance in the 100 block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/09/2019 23:01

 

HOKES

Supicious vehicle in the 7000 block of Hokes Rd.

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – ALCOHOL

02/10/2019 00:31

YORK

DUI in the area of York Road and West Longview Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/10/2019 02:24

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE –

02/10/2019 02:24

 

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

02/10/2019 11:03

SEVEN VALLEYS

Business alarm in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/10/2019 14:15

YORK

 

Suspicious circumstance reported on York Rd near Jefferson Rd

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/10/2019 14:16

 

SALEM

Disabled vehicle at 4000 blk of Salem Rd

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

02/10/2019 14:45

WALTERS HATCHER

Theft of a gun in the 5000 block of Waltershatchery Rd

 

 

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

02/10/2019 15:15

TUNNEL HILL

 

Unattended death investigation in the 3500 block of Tunnel Hill Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/10/2019 16:55

 

SOUTH WATER

Domestic in the 1st block of S Water St

 

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

02/10/2019 19:55

THIRD

Mental health in the Spring Hollow Apartments.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/10/2019 20:47

LIECHEYS CHURCH

 

Suspicious person in the 5600 block of Liescheys Church Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/10/2019 21:08

WEST HANOVER

Suspicious persons in the first block of W Hanover St.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/11/2019 01:14

SLAGEL

Suspicious circumstance in the 2100 block of Slagel Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/11/2019 07:33

INTERSECTION

 

Alarm in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/11/2019 08:27

 

N EAST

Dispute in the 100blk of N. East St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/11/2019 08:49

YINGLING

Assist EMS in the 2000 blk of Yingling Dr, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/11/2019 09:27

GLENVILLE

 

Reportable crash on Glenville Rd near Willow Ln, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/11/2019 11:25

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Reportable vehicle accident in the area of Indian Rock Dam Rd and Smsyer Rd,

North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/11/2019 13:00

SPRING FORGE

Traffic complaint in the 400blk of Spring Forge Ct, Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/11/2019 13:52

 

N MAIN

Dispute in the 100blk of N. Main St. Spring Grove

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/11/2019 16:35

SPRING FORGE

Alarm in the 400blk of Spring Forge Dr. Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/11/2019 21:31

OLD HANOVER

 

Disabled vehicle in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

 

02/12/2019 01:52

OLD HANOVER

MVA in the 6500 block of Old Hanover Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/12/2019 06:10

YORK

Disabled vehicle in the area of York Rd and Lehman Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 07:30

BLUE HILL

 

Single vehicle reportable crash in the 5900 block of Blue Hill Road, Manheim

Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/12/2019 14:30

 

GIER

Disabled vehicle on Gier Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/12/2019 14:43

OAK RIDGE

Assist person in the 1700 blk of Oak Ridge Dr, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 15:25

YORK

 

Reportable crash at the intersection of York Rd and Porters Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/12/2019 15:55

COLONIAL VALLEY

Domestic in the 5900 block of Colonial Valley Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/12/2019 17:14

INTERSECTION

Disturbance in the 7300 block of Intersection Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/12/2019 18:29

PATRIOT

 

EMS call in the 1900 block of Patriot St.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

02/12/2019 21:48

 

BLUE HILL

Domestic in the 7100 block of Blue Hill Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 23:52

SMITH STATION

Non reportable vehicle accident in the area od Smith Station Road and the

Sailboat Launch, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/13/2019 00:17

NOSS

 

Suspicious person in the 2000 block of Noss Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/13/2019 02:22

SMOKETOWN

Assisted ambualnce in the 3200 block of Smoketown Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/13/2019 05:01

BLOOMING GROVE

Single vehicle accident with property damage at 6500 blk of Blooming Grove.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/13/2019 05:01

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Single vehicle accident on icy roadway at 6600 blk of Blooming Grove Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/13/2019 07:18

JAMESTOWN

SUPPLEMENTAL 02/13/2019 13:17 – 26   OFFICER JOSHUA RUMMEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/13/2019 09:32

CLAYAMA

 

Animal complaint at 1400 blk of Clayoma

 

 

 

FORGERY

02/13/2019 14:30

WALTERS HATCHER

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/14/2019 00:25

DRY BRIDGE

Verbal domestic in the 4200 block of Dry Bridge Rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/14/2019 07:49

SMITH STATION

 

Traffic complaint at Smith Station Rd @ York Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/14/2019 09:00

 

SOUTH MAIN

Assist person at 100 blk of S. Main St

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/14/2019 10:00

HIGHPOINT

Residential alarm at 1600 blk of High Pointe Ln

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/14/2019 11:08

MOULSTOWN

 

Assist person at 1300 blk of Moulstown Rd N

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

 

02/14/2019 20:12

PATRIOT

Custody dispute 1898 Patriot St

 

 

 

 

RUNAWAY – TRUANCY – FEMALE (JUVENILE)

02/14/2019 20:40

SEVEN VALLEYS

Two run a ways were apprehended in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE

02/14/2019 21:30

STOVERSTOWN

 

Fleeing to elude and DUI in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 09:03

GITTS RUN

Suspicious person in the area of Gitts Run Rd and York Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/15/2019 09:24

MARKLE

 

Assisted ambulance in the 3100blk of Markle Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

02/15/2019 10:52

THOMAN

Assist PD in the 6100 blk of Thoman Dr, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/15/2019 12:24

PARK

Traffic problem in the 2500blk of Park Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 15:40

SUNNYSIDE

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 1400blk of Sunnyside Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 20:15

 

PORTERS

Suspicious vehicle in the area of Porters Road and York Road.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

02/16/2019 08:49

 

Report of a loose dog on Iron Ridge Road, HT

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/16/2019 11:06

IRON RIDGE

 

Burglary alarm in the 800 block of Iron Ridge Road, MT

 

 

 

ALL OTHER OFFENSES – LITTERING

 

02/16/2019 12:00

PORTERS

Illegal dumping in a private dumpster in the 1400 block of Porters Road, HT

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/16/2019 13:36

WALTERS HATCHERY

Neighbor issue in the 4400 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE – DRUGS

02/16/2019 20:12

STOVERSTOWN

 

DUI and drug arrest located in the North Codorus Township Park, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

HARASSMENT

 

02/16/2019 21:46

SOUTH MAIN

Harassment in the 100 block of S Main St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

02/16/2019 21:46

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE

02/17/2019 00:52

YORK

DUI arrest in the area of York Road and Gitts Run Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/17/2019 03:00

PORTERS

Abandoned vehicle in the area of Porters Road and York Road.

 

 

 

 

THEFT-UNDER $50-ALL OTHER

02/17/2019 07:21

WALTERSDORFF

Theft of signs in the 5300 block of Waltersdorff Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 08:26

LEHMAN

 

Medical emergency in the 4900 block of Lehman Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 11:14

 

DUBS CHURCH

Medical emergency in the 1900 block of Dubs Church Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 12:38

N WATER

Assisted ambulance in the 100 block of North Water Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

02/17/2019 14:11

MYERS

 

Non reportable accident involving property damage in the 2700 block of Myers

Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

THEFT-$50 TO $200-FROM BUILDINGS

 

02/17/2019 14:45

SINSHEIM

Theft in the 1600 block of Sinsheim Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

02/17/2019 15:00

GREEN VALLEY

 

Non reportable vehicle accident involving property damage in the 4400 block of

Green Valley Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/17/2019 16:07

 

STOVERSTOWN

Assisted person in the 2000 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-ALL OTHER

02/17/2019 18:00

THOMAN

Theft in the 5900 block of Thoman Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – ALCOHOL

 

02/17/2019 22:09

OLD HANOVER

DUI in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

02/17/2019 22:09

OLD HANOVER

 

MVA in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

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January 2019

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                January, 2019

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             156

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      61

Manheim                                                                                                                        54

Spring Grove                                                                                                                73

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         3

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             347

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

West Manheim Township                                                                                                 3

 

TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           33

Written Warnings                                                                                                          63

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                             6

Written Warnings                                                                                                              8

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           27

Written Warnings                                                                                                           35

 

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                            5

Written Warnings                                                                                                              4

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                           5 (3 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  3 (2 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                     1 (1 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                              9 (5 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (1) Stalking; (1) Intimidation of Witness; (3) Harassment by Communication

 

Heidelberg – (1) Statutory Sexual Assault; (1) Unlawful Contact w/Minor; (1) DUI

 

Manheim – (1) Harassment

 

Spring Grove – (1) Burglary; (1) Simple Assault; (1) Possession w/Intent to Deliver; (1) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (2) Underage Drinking; (1) Harassment; (1) Open Container

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 01/25/2019):

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus            179,259.10             179,377.67           +0.07% (Over 118.57 Hrs)

Heidelberg                    67,657.05               67,653.24           -0.01% (Under 3.81 Hrs)

Manheim                      62,171.44               62,099.58          -0.12% (Under 71.86 Hrs)

Spring Grove                60,246.41               60,203.50          -0.07% (Under 42.91 Hrs)

 

2019 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                 1,013.69                1,090.36          +7.563% (Over 76.66 Hrs)

Heidelberg                          384.05                    300.97            -21.632% (Under 83.08 Hrs)

Manheim                            341.41                 340.53           -0.258% (Under 0.88 Hrs)

Spring Grove                      353.85                 361.15          +2.062% (Over 7.30 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             68.8362%                    31.1638%

Heidelberg                    65.0289%                    34.9711%

Manheim                      61.4901%                    38.5099%

Spring Grove                50.7579%                    49.2421%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘19      Investigative Time ’09-‘19

 

North Codorus             59.5002%                    40.4998%

Heidelberg                    59.8564%                    40.1436%

Manheim                      59.1334%                    40.8666%

Spring Grove                50.9526%                    49.0438%

 

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December 2018

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                December 2018

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             155

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      48

Manheim                                                                                                                        44

Spring Grove                                                                                                                74

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         2

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             323

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

PSP                                                                                                                                 1

Northern Regional                                                                                                            1

 

TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           31

Written Warnings                                                                                                          79

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                           12

Written Warnings                                                                                                              9

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           37

Written Warnings                                                                                                           18

 

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                            7

Written Warnings                                                                                                              2

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                         12 (8 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  5 (4 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                     0 (0 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                            23 (6 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (4) DUI; (3) Possession/Drugs; (3) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Disorderly Conduct; (1) Township Ordinance/Bldg Permits

 

Heidelberg – (1) DUI; (2) Possession/Paraphernalia; (2) Harassment

 

Spring Grove – (3) Aggravated Assault; (3) Simple Assault; (5) Terroristic Threats; (1) Theft of MV; (1) Receiving Stolen Property; (1) DUI; (1) Possession/ Drugs; (2) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Public Drunkenness; (1) Harassment; (4) Disorderly Conduct

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 11/23/2018):

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus            178,245.41             178,287.32           +0.02% (Over 41.91 Hrs)

Heidelberg                    67,273.00               67,352.27          +0.12% (Over 79.27 Hrs)

Manheim                      61,830.04               61,759.06          -0.11% (Under 70.98 Hrs)

Spring Grove                59,892.56               59,842.35          -0.08% (Under 50.21 Hrs)

 

2018 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                13,178.03              13,335.25          +1.193% (Over 157.23 Hrs)

Heidelberg                       4,992.63                 5,047.43            +1.098% (Over 54.79 Hrs)

Manheim                         4,438.28              4,387.37           -1.147% (Under 50.91 Hrs)

Spring Grove                   4,600.06              4,438.95          -3.502% (Under 161.11 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             65.5917%                    34.4083%

Heidelberg                    65.3507%                    34.6493%

Manheim                      67.1412%                    32.8588%

Spring Grove                55.0175%                    44.9825%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘18      Investigative Time ’09-‘18

 

North Codorus             59.3958%                    40.6042%

Heidelberg                    59.8172%                    40.1828%

Manheim                      59.1094%                    40.8906%

Spring Grove                50.9583%                    49.0417%

 

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January 2019 Minutes

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

January 9, 2019 – 7:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Chairman M. Bollinger at 7:00 pm. The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer – North Codorus Twp. (NCT)
  2. Bollinger (Chairman) – Heidelberg Twp. (HT)
  3. Miller (Vice-Chairman), S. Stambaugh (Secretary) – Manheim Twp. (MT)
  4. Hilt, R. Whyland – Spring Grove Borough (SGB)
  5. Bean – Chief of Police
  6. Nickell – Police Administrator
  7. Tilley – Solicitor

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION:  M. Bollinger announced the Board was going to conduct an Executive Session prior to the meeting to consult with our legal counsel regarding what can be discussed in Public Session regarding the aspects of NCT withdrawing from the police department.  R. Shearer questioned why we are doing this now – we pay our solicitor $195 an hour and he said it should not be discussed in Public Session.  M. Bollinger stated that there have been way too many phone calls from concerned residents and the Board needs to revisit what can be discussed in Public Session. L. Miller stated that he agrees with R. Shearer and he is confused about why we would go against what we were originally advised to do.  W. Tilley stated that the Board can waive its confidentiality rights regarding the personnel matters in relation to the NCT Letter of Intent to Withdraw, and the Executive Session is to discuss and decide whether or not to waive them.  W. Tilley stated that R. Shearer had been quoted in the newspaper that he wished he could discuss these things in public, and Chief Bean has expressed a similar interest; so this is the opportunity to waive the confidentiality rights and do so.  L. Miller stated that he brought this up last month; he did not think it should be discussed privately in Executive Session, but publicly during Public Session.  This is the first he has heard that the Board can waive those rights; it has been his understanding that otherwise you are violating Sunshine Laws.  R. Shearer stated that he thinks it could open up the door to litigation in personnel, and he does not understand the advice we receive from legal counsel half of the time anymore. Last month he asked why we were going into Executive Session, and W. Tilley advised because we were discussing specific personnel issues.  L. Miller stated that we are going to be discussing the same exact thing, plus more, so why is it ok to discuss in public now?  M. Bollinger stated that there is not a difference, there is just a large number of residents that now want to know what is going on.  W. Tilley stated that the Chief’s Notes state that he wanted an Executive Session to discuss this, and that is the catalyst for doing so.  Chief stated that he did request W. Tilley look into doing this, and he also asked M. Bollinger.  Chief went on to explain that the personnel issues that police departments usually deal with in Executive Session are typically disciplinary issues.  This is more of a community issue, as proven by the number of people in attendance tonight.  He doesn’t know what to say anymore in response to the many e-mails he receives about this each week.  Not knowing builds tension and talking about it helps to take the angst out of the situation.  The Board left the room to conduct an Executive Session at 7:08 pm.

 

The Board reconvened into Public Session at 7:25 pm. W. Tilley stated the Executive Session was conducted by the Board for the purpose of discussing what can and cannot be discussed in Public Session and obtaining legal advice on this matter and what confidentiality rights can be waived.

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: W. LeFever (NCT resident) asked what the outcome was of the Executive Session. W. Tilley stated he cannot disclose the legal advice, but the outcome was there will be an expanded discussion.  W. LeFever stated that she thinks it is a civic duty to work toward win-win solutions whenever possible.  If NCT withdraws from the Southwestern Regional Police Department no one gets blessed, and if MT withdraws the situation will become worse.  She wants to encourage the Police Board to do whatever it takes to work with these municipalities and keep them on board.  J. Rebert (NCT resident) stated that a motion had been made a couple of months ago about researching a replacement for legal counsel, but he does not recall the results of this motion.  M. Bollinger stated it was tabled last month and will not be discussed until someone makes a motion to take it off the table.  The consensus of the Board was that it would be too expensive ($20,000 – $30,000) to replace legal counsel right now.  R. Shearer asked where we got quotes to bring new counsel on board; he doesn’t remember getting quotes for it.  Chairman Bollinger stated there weren’t any actual quotes, he estimated it would cost that much due to the amount of time it would take new counsel to get up-to-speed on everything that is happening right now.  P. Miller (NCT resident) stated he has lived in NCT for over 40 years, and he loves living here.  He has heard both sides of the arguments, and he agrees with most of what he has heard.  He doesn’t understand why it takes so long to make a decision about anything.   He has operated his own business for over 40 years, and has had to make a lot of hard decisions; i.e., lay off employees, even friends.  He believes everyone employed by the police department and all the municipalities stand to lose a lot.  If NCT goes through with their decision (he thinks they have some valid reasons and he is not against it), the community will not be receiving the police protection they need or want, and the police department becomes insolvent.  He does not think the police department can survive if NCT goes through with their decision; especially if MT is looking into doing the same thing.  He has heard discussion that there are other municipalities that are thinking about joining, he knows of two that he has talked to that would join.  He thinks both sides need to be more cooperative.  Chairman Bollinger stated that the Board has tried for the last several years to get other municipalities to join, and they have come very close to having that happen.  In speaking to why it takes so long to make a decision – we have eight people on the Board with their individual personalities, and they have to go back to their Municipal Boards (2 additional members on the Township Boards, 7 on the Borough Council); it causes a lot of back-and-forth.  After tonight he thinks everyone will have a better idea of what is going on.  Officer Brandy Goodling, President of the Police Officers’ Association, thanked the Board members and municipal managers who took the time to meet with some of the Association members last month prior to the Police Board meeting.  From that meeting they concluded there wasn’t anything specific to be addressed at this time, but they are open to meeting and listening to concerns of the Police Board at any time, they have an open door.

 

Appointments:  The Board positions expired December 31, 2018, so they need to be appointed tonight and will expire December 31, 2020.  L. Miller nominated M. Bollinger as Chairman of the Police Board, second by S. Stambaugh.  There were no other nominations.  Motion by R. Whyland, second by L. Miller to appoint M. Bollinger as Chairman of the Police Board.  Motion carried unanimously. R. Whyland nominated L. Miller as Vice-Chairman of the Board, second by M. Bollinger.  There were no other nominations.  Motion by R. Whyland second by M. Bollinger to appoint L. Miller as Vice-Chairman of the Police Board. Motion carried unanimously.  L. Miller nominated S. Stambaugh as Secretary of the Police Board, second by M. Bollinger.  There were no other nominations.  Motion by L. Miller, second by B. Hilt to appoint S. Stambaugh as Secretary of the Police Board.  Motion carried unanimously.

  • Resident appointments were re-confirmed as follows:

North Codorus: Rick Lint

Heidelberg:  Vacant

Manheim:  Scot Stambaugh

Spring Grove:  R. Whyland

Resident positions expire December 31, 2019

  • Secretary/Treasurer/Administrator: Motion by L. Miller, second by M. Bollinger to appoint V. Nickell to this position. Motion carried unanimously.
  • Solicitor: Motion by L. Miller, second by S. Stambaugh to retain Stock & Leader as solicitor. Motion carried with (1) Opposed (R. Shearer).
  • Bank Depositories: Motion by M. Bollinger, second by S. Stambaugh to appoint Peoples Bank as the bank depository. Motion carried unanimously.

 

MINUTES: Review of the minutes of December 12, 2018.  Motion by L. Miller, second by R. Whyland to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT: (Attachment A) Treasurer’s Report was presented. L. Miller asked what type of cars 126 and 128 are; Chief replied Dodge Chargers.  L. Miller asked why there is so much of a difference in replacing the water pump in each vehicle – under $400 (126) vs. $1200 (128).  Chief stated he would look up the invoices and advise the Board via e-mail; he is sure there was more work done for the $1200 bill.   Both vehicles had extensive repairs last year – 128 needed a new motor and 126 a new transmission.  These repairs were discussed with the Board prior to having them done.  L. Miller noted that Apple Chevrolet replaced the motor in 128, and they are the ones that replaced the water pump for $1200.  Chief assured the Board that he always looks at the invoices in depth before payment; he just doesn’t have the info with him at the moment. Motion by L. Miller, second by R. Whyland to approve the Treasurer’s Report as presented.  R. Shearer questioned why the bill for Stock & Leader was so high again.  Last month W. Tilley stated that the bulk of the work was done for the NCT letter of intent to withdraw, and here the bill for November was twice what it was for October.  W. Tilley stated that he forgot that the month of work he did spanned 2 months, the last half of October and the first half of November, so the charges were split between the two monthly invoices.  R. Shearer asked what W. Tilley discussed with M. Bollinger for two hours (two of the line items on the invoice added up to 1 hour, 45 minutes).  W. Tilley replied that he would have to refer to his notes at his office in order to answer.  R. Shearer stated that he needs more detail on the invoices, the line items are too vague.  He is not going to approve a bill charging NCT for a one-hour conversation with one Board member.  W. Tilley stated that R. Shearer can call him any time he has a question about an invoice.  R. Shearer stated it doesn’t do any good, it’s already paid.  Last month W. Tilley said the October invoice would be the biggest one we get.  Previous motion voted on – one opposed (R. Shearer), motion passed.

 

 

 

 

 

CHIEF’S REPORT:

 

Chief stated there were 323 calls for service in December; 4,104 for the year. There were 195 traffic stops and 40 criminal charges were filed on 18 offenders. There weren’t any questions regarding the crime stats.

 

Last month we worked with two Baltimore City detectives to arrest a suspect in the 400 block of N. Pine Avenue in SGB. The suspect had shot a man in Baltimore whom he had a traffic dispute with.  In another incident, a woman posing as a supervisor for Rutter’s stole one of the employee’s vehicles from the store in SGB.  When the employee was distracted by a customer, the offender went behind the counter, took the keys to the employee’s vehicle, and drove off in their car.  The car was located in Ocean City, MD.  The OC Police arrested her, and upon her release she stole another vehicle.  She was located in Pennsylvania by the State Police, and led them in a high-speed chase.  State Police were unable to catch her that night, but she was apprehended a couple of days later.

 

Chief’s Notes (Attachment B): The Chief’s Notes were presented as attached with the following additional comments:

 

    • Nixel – We have been using this service for free for several years. When there is a press release from the department, Nixel puts it out on Twitter, FaceBook, e-mail and text (to those that subscribe). We were informed in December that we would have to start paying $3800 annually for this service. Andy Shaffer, SGB Manager also uses Nixel, and was able to get the price down to $1800. Due to our current funding situation, Chief put out a request on Nixel asking any business owners to donate funds toward the cost of this service. He received a response from two organizations. The Spring Grove VFW donated $350, and the Spring Grove Chamber of Commerce $1,800. Randy Turner, 2018 President of the SG Chamber, presented Chief Bean with the check, stating they couldn’t think of a better way to spend the money within the community. On behalf of the Chamber, he stated that they completely support the police department and they want everyone to know it. Chief thanked Mr. Turner and the Chamber for their generous donation.
  • York College Survey – The purpose of the survey is to give the Board an idea of how the department is doing in the eyes of the residents we serve. The Board members were provided with a copy of the proposed survey, and asked to supply Dr. Witherup with any changes they wanted. She did not hear from any of our municipalities. Chief thinks it is very important to get feedback from the community, and he is hoping to get approval to begin the process of mailing them out. There will not be any cost to the department, donated funds will be used and volunteers will be preparing them for mailing. M. Bollinger stated that he recalled some of the Board members had wanted to add a question or two, and as long as that has been done he has no problem with the survey going out. Chief replied that he has not seen any revision from Dr. Witherup. M. Bollinger requested he check, as there were some things discussed with her at the Board meeting last month. L. Miller stated that he took the survey back to his Board and they discussed it at length at their monthly meeting. He stated that none of the questions worked out with the residents in attendance of that meeting. He believes that the population of MT will throw it away as soon as they start to read the questions on the first page regarding the demographics. There was no formal action taken by the MT Board, but the consensus was that MT doesn’t need to participate in the survey. They won’t stop it being mailed, but do not think it will serve the purpose they need. Chief stated that the questions were formulated by the college, and they are a tried and true way to at least get a peripheral idea of the opinion of the residents. He will move forward with the survey, and let the Board know how it turns out.

 

  • Reinventing the Department Update – We continue to evaluate ways in which to reduce costs and become more efficient. We have explored having other municipalities join, to no fruition. The same result has been realized in trying to merge our department with another regional department. We have looked into reducing personnel and obtaining different health insurance – both of which are the most expensive budget line items. The health insurance options do not offer the exact same benefit the officers have now, so obtaining different health insurance would have to be negotiated with the Officers’ Association. M. Bollinger stated that we would realize almost a 20% reduction in cost if we changed health insurance providers and make staffing changes. While he cannot provide exact numbers, the Personnel Committee will be meeting and reviewing the plan to put a timeline together for implementation. The health insurance quote was provided by The Glatfelter Agency as requested by M. Bollinger. His employer has been using them for their health insurance needs for many years, and has not had an increase in about six (6) years. Our current health insurance provider is Benecon, which is a co-op. We get a refund at the end of the year if all the funding we provide doesn’t get used up. This money is kept in a separate fund, and has been used over the years to offset the increases. The goal has always been to have enough money in this account to offset five (5) years of cost increases. The account does not currently have a five-year offset in it, so it is necessary to decrease costs. The quote received would give a savings of $180,000 for 2018. D. Schmidt (HT resident) asked if the 20% savings is shared proportionately by the municipalities. M. Bollinger stated yes, but for the good of the department, HT and SGB have offered to give their savings to NCT and MT in order to get them to a cost savings of almost 28%. There is also a municipality that wants to contract time from us, and those savings haven’t been calculated yet. There are a lot of “what ifs” at this point in time. L. Riebling (MT manager) asked if there will be a time reduction if there is a reduction to personnel, and if the Personnel Committee is a standing committee or a new one. M. Bollinger replied yes, the time officers spend in each municipality will be reduced proportionately. The Personnel Committee is a standing committee, and will be reappointed tonight. R. Whyland stated that he would like to set some goals set on the timing of everything; i.e. have a 2020 budget approved by September. M. Bollinger stated that is a task he was planning to give the Personnel Committee, and he would be glad to appoint R. Whyland to said committee.
  • Press Releases – Officers participated in helping the community by taking up a collection of jackets and socks for children in need. Officer Nolan led the effort, and delivered items to York New Salem and Manheim Elementary Schools.    
  • OLD BUSINESS:
  • Chief Bean thanked the Board for all the effort put forth in trying to maintain the department.

 

York College Survey – Already discussed.

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

Allocate Year-End Balance per 4th Amendment –  V. Nickell reported that there isn’t a year-end balance to allocate. She reported that a transfer of $46,000 was made from the Reserve Fund in order to make the last payroll of the year.  As of December 31 the General Fund balance was negative $40,800.   The Board needs to decide if the funds are to be reimbursed to the Reserve Fund or kept in the General Fund to make up the short-fall.  We are short due to the fact that we are paying bills and the officers at the 2019 rate but receiving funding according to the last budget approved by the municipalities – 2017.  She reported that tomorrow she has to do payroll and pay bills, which will be approximately $102,000; presently there is $104,000 in the Reserve Fund.  Temporary transfers are made routinely at the beginning of the quarter due to the fact that the municipalities do not have to pay the quarterly bill until the 1st day of the 2nd month of the quarter (in accordance with the Articles of Agreement).  A couple of years ago the municipal representatives of the Police Board verbally agreed to change the date to the 15th of the 1st month of the quarter.  The consensus of the Board was to continue reimbursing the Reserve Fund as the funds come in from the municipalities.  V. Nickell confirmed that she would do so.

 

Chief Bean stated that we have a 2019 budget that is not funded; the Board needs to decide if the administrative pay raises are to be enacted in accordance with that budget. In past the administrative raises have reflected the raises in the officers’ CBA (3% for 2019).  The Cost of Living raise for Social Security for 2019 is 2.8%.  L. Miller asked what budget the cost reductions discussed earlier were based on.  Chief replied 2019; although it was not approved, it is the actual cost to run the department.  The Police Board approved the 2018 budget, and that is the pay rate presently being used for administrative employees.  R. Shearer asked if the proposed 2019 budget included the health insurance credit.  Chief Bean replied yes, the proposed budget provided to the Board for 2019 had the health insurance credit included. The Board did not take any action at this time and requested it be brought up again next month.  M. Bollinger admitted it is difficult when the officers receive a raise and the administrative staff does not, but the Board needs time to consider it.

 

2018 Audit – V. Nickell presented an Engagement Letter from Kochenour, Smyser & Burg to perform the 2018 audit at a cost of $5,175 – an increase of $25. Motion by R. Whyland, second by M. Bollinger to approve the Engagement Letter from Kochenour, Smyser & Burg for the 2018 audit.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Sub-Committee Appointments:

  1. Budget Committee – R. Shearer, M. Bollinger, L. Miller and B. Hilt (per Third Amendment)

The following appointments were volunteered and/or made in absentia:

  1. Audit Committee – Stambaugh and TBA
  2. Building & Grounds Committee – R. Lint and TBA
  3. Personnel Committee (to assist the Chief with personnel issues) – B. Hilt and R. Whyland (R. Shearer declined to be re-appointed)
  4. Pension Committee – R. Shearer and L. Miller
  5. Collective Bargaining Committee – L. Miller, R. Shearer, B. Hilt, R. Whyland (M. Bollinger declined to be re-appointed)

 

Health Insurance Quote – The consensus of the Board was to have the Personnel Committee address this.

 

OTHER ITEMS:

 

  1. Bollinger acknowledged and thanked the officers in the audience in recognition of National Law Enforcement Day. He then stated that he will not be in attendance at the February 13th meeting and L. Miller will have to take over the Chairman position for that meeting.

 

Sgt. Jamie Stalcup, encouraged the Personnel Committee to hold off on cutting personnel until June 1, as the situation will very possibly correct itself in that regard. M. Bollinger stated the Personnel Committee needs to talk directly with the Police Association, to which Sgt. Stalcup re-iterated Officer Goodling’s earlier statement that they have an open door. They want to be part of the solution, not part of the problem.  Officer Lindenmuth stated that he attends a lot of the municipal meetings, and at one of those meetings someone had told Chief Bean they wanted to see “simple numbers”.  That statement stuck with him, and he formulated the following cost analysis:  Based on the 2017 budget, residents pay the following per day for 24/7 police service: MT – 26.5¢; NCT – 30¢; HT – 33.5¢; and SGB – 44¢.  Between 2007 (when the grants ran out) to 2017, the NCT rates went from 24¢ a day per resident to 30¢ a day per resident – over a ten-year period the increase is only 6¢ a day.  He thinks the Department and Police Board have done an excellent job in keeping costs down.  NCT, HT, and MT all had part-time departments before we regionalized, and in total they employed 10 officers to provide part-time service (NCT – 5 officers; HT – 3 officers; MT – 2 officers).  NCT presently receives 253 hours a week police service.  It has been said that the Chief said they could cut 100 hours, down to 150 hours per week (round numbers).  When they were a part-time police department they had 200 hours a week, so this is less time than when they were a part-time department.  To calculate the per-day cost, Officer Lindenmuth stated he took the budget, divided it by the number of residents as reported by the Census Bureau, and then divided that by 365.

 

  1. LeFever asked for clarification on what municipalities are interested in joining the department. At one point someone said there weren’t any, and then another person said there is one, and P. Miller stated he knew of two that wanted to join. M. Bollinger stated that he is aware of one municipality. Unfortunately, he has had strong leads in the past, and they went up in smoke, we have to wait and see.  He invited residents to feel free to ask him any questions after adjournment, and he will try to answer them.  L. Miller asked what two municipalities P. Miller was referring to earlier.  He replied West York Borough and Manchester Township. M. Bollinger stated that W. York just signed a 15-year contract with their officers, but any opportunity presented is looked into.  P. Miller asked how the Board gets other municipalities – do they wait to be approached or actively seek other out.  M. Bollinger replied it depends on whether it makes sense, and there are a lot of variables: 1) Is it an area we can get to easily; 2) Is the cost going to be reduced for all concerned; 3) Do they want to be full members or contract time; it is a very time-consuming and complicated process.  Right now it is difficult to attract any new municipalities, but there is one saying if NCT stays they want in too.  R. Whyland stated that there were several municipalities interested last year; and M. Bollinger, Chief Bean and R. Whyland met with them with proposals in-hand.  Jefferson and Seven Valleys Boroughs were two; M. Bollinger sat in on a Codorus Township meeting and heard a lot of complaints about their police services.  Unfortunately it is very difficult to get a municipality that utilizes PSP to buy police service.  P. Miller stated he will go back and confirm that these two municipalities are interested and let the Board know.  M. Bollinger stated that when they first started talking about forming Southwestern Regional Police there were seven (7) municipalities interested – R. Rebert stated it was all the municipalities in the Spring Grove School District plus Codorus Township.  M. Bollinger stated that we will continue to move forward and work to make the department better and stronger.  W. Manheim Township officers just signed a contract that is very lucrative to the officers ($100,000 base salary by the end of the 3-year contract); and they hired another patrol officer.  They would save a lot of money if they joined with us.  We have talked with them but to no avail.  In the meantime, the four existing municipalities need to continue working at keeping the department together.  W. LeFever expressed her gratitude to everyone for working so hard to come up with a solution that works for everyone.

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:40 pm.

 

Submitted by:

 

V. Nickell

Police Administrator

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01/21/2019 – 02/03/2019

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

01/21/2019 01:52

SEVEN VALLEYS

Alarm in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus Township.

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/21/2019 05:15

HILLTOP

Suspicious circumstance at 900 blk of Hilltop dr S.

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/21/2019 05:53

SEVEN VALLEYS

Single vehicle accident at Seven Valleys Rd.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/21/2019 07:36

BLOOMING GROVE

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/21/2019 11:51

WEST HIGHLAND

Domestic at 100 blk of W. Highland Ave

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/21/2019 13:57

SINSHEIM

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/21/2019 14:53

HOKE

Assisted ambulance in the 1800 block of Hoke Road, North Codorus Township.

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/21/2019 15:19

THOMAN

Assisted person that called in to 911 center.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/21/2019 17:10

STOVERSTOWN

Assisted ambulance in the 2200 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

01/21/2019 17:26

YINGLING

Child custody issue in the 2000 block of Yingling Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/21/2019 17:46

TUNNEL HILL

Ambulance assist in the 3900 block of Tunnel Hill Rd.

 

HARASSMENT BY COMMUNICATION

01/21/2019 19:10

LITTLE JOHN

Rudolph Goldsmith of Elizabethtown arrested for Stalking,

 

HARASSMENT

01/21/2019 19:46

HILLTOP

Harassment complaint in the 900 block of Hill Top Dr

 

PUBLIC

01/21/2019 21:40

PUMPING STATION

Assisted another department in the 1200 block of Wanda Dr

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/21/2019 22:47

HEATHER

Ambulance assist in the 3400 block of Heather Dr.

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

01/21/2019 23:04

HOFF

Unknown vehicle struck a mailbox in the 6200 block of Hoff Rd

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

01/22/2019 04:44

SEVEN VALLEYS

Business alarm in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

01/22/2019 07:31

OREFIELD

Wire down on Orefield

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/22/2019 12:09

INTERSECTION

Non criminal other investigation at 7300 blk of Intersection Rd

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/22/2019 12:09

INTERSECTION

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/22/2019 12:43

LEHMAN

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/22/2019 17:17

STOVERSTOWN

Domestic in the 2600 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus Township.

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

01/22/2019 18:45

XXXXXX

Drug violation

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/22/2019 20:57

N MAIN

Prank phone calls reported in the 400 block of N Main St

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/23/2019 01:10

SOUTH PINE

Suspicious person on S Pine Ave

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/23/2019 02:38

SEVEN VALLEYS

Struck deer in the 2200 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

PUBLIC

01/23/2019 05:13

WALTERS HATCHER

Vehicle repo in the 4500 block of Waltershatchery Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

01/23/2019 08:05

WALTERS HATCHER

Assist FD in the area of Walter’s Hatchery Rd and Oak Ridge Dr, North Codorus

Twp.

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/23/2019 08:14

PACKINGHOUSE

Road conditions in the 500 block of Packinghouse Road.

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/23/2019 09:11

SALEM

 

Animal complaint in the 3700 block of Salem Rd.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/23/2019 12:50

PLEASANT

Possible computer scam on Pleasant Lane, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/23/2019 13:48

LITTLE JOHN

Suspicious circumstances in the 4000 blk of Little John Dr., North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/23/2019 16:06

YORK

Erratic driver in the 5900 block of York Rd.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/23/2019 17:58

THOMAN

Suspicious circumstance in the 5700blk of Thoman Dr North Codorus Twp

 

NARCOTICS-SALE-MARIJUANA, HASHISH,

01/23/2019 19:07

XXXXXX

Drug investigation.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/24/2019 02:34

LAUGHMAN

Assist Tri-Community ambulance in the 4200blk of Laughman Ln, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/24/2019 06:24

YORK

MVA in the 5700 block of York Road.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

01/24/2019 07:54

THOMAN

 

Wires down in the 5500 block of Thoman Dr.

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/24/2019 09:06

 

THOMAN

Lost dogs in the 5600 block of Thoman Dr.

 

 

 

DRUG EQUIPMENT VIOLATIONS

01/24/2019 10:30

XXXXX

Confidential

 

 

 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT-PUBLIC PLACES

 

01/24/2019 12:30

XXXXXX

Confidential

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

01/24/2019 13:08

HIGH ROCK

Field contact in the 700 blk of High Rock Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/24/2019 13:32

CANNON

 

Assist other PD in the 3500 block of Cannon Ln.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/24/2019 15:32

 

MOULSTOWN

Traffic problem on Moulstown Rd at Glatco Lodge Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

01/24/2019 16:12

SLAGEL

911 hang up in the 2000 block of Slagel Road.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/24/2019 18:00

MOULSTOWN

 

Road Conditions in the area of Moulstown Rd and Glatco Lodge Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

01/24/2019 20:45

MOULSTOWN

Freezing water and black ice reported in the area of Moulstown Rd and Glatco

Lodge Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/24/2019 23:28

MOULSTOWN

Non-reportable vehicle accident in the area of Moulstown Rd and Glatco Lodge Rd

due to black ice, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

WARRANTS-OUTSIDE AGENCY-CRIMINAL

01/24/2019 23:56

N MAIN

 

Male taken into custody for criminal bench warrant in the 400 block of North

Main, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/25/2019 01:26

 

SUMMER HOUSE

Suspicious person in the area of Walters Hatchery and Summer House Lane, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICES –

01/25/2019 11:15

THOMAN

Departmental fingerprinting at station

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/25/2019 12:30

HIGH ROCK

 

Ambulance assist at 700 blk of High Rock Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

 

01/25/2019 14:16

MOULSTOWN

Business alarm at 1300 blk of Moulstown Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/25/2019 15:31

]GRAVE RUN

Assisted ambulance int eh 6600 block of Grave Run Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

01/25/2019 16:25

HAAR

 

Down wires in the area of Haar Road and Emig Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/25/2019 18:55

 

SLAGEL

Ambulance assist in the 2000 block of Slagel Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/25/2019 20:35

WEST HANOVER

Traffic complaint in the area of W. Jackson Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/25/2019 20:42

LINEBORO

 

Suspicious vehicle in the 6800 block of Lineboro Rd

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-POSSESSION-MARIJUANA,ETC.

 

01/25/2019 20:43

XXXX

Drug investigation

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/26/2019 04:49

ARMORY

Vehicle repo in the 3700 block of Armory Lane

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/26/2019 05:27

N EAST

 

Overdose at 100 blk of N. East St

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/26/2019 07:56

WALTERSDORFF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOST & FOUND – FOUND ARTICLES

01/26/2019 09:29

INTERSECTION

Lost tag at 7300 blk of Intersection Rd

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/26/2019 11:17

GREEN VALLEY

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/26/2019 14:56

PIN OAK

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/26/2019 15:14

YORK

Attempted to make contact with a person in the 5800 block of York Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/26/2019 15:31

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

01/26/2019 15:59

 

JEFFERSON

911 hang up call in the 2000 block of Jefferson Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/26/2019 18:11

PACKINGHOUSE

Icy road conditions in the 500 block of Packinghouse Rd.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/26/2019 18:37

THOMAN

 

Non reportable vehicle accident in the area of Thoman Dr near Yingling Dr.

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

 

01/26/2019 19:09

STOVERSTOWN

Mental health issue

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

01/26/2019 23:18

E THIRD

Field contact in the Spring Hollow Apartments.

 

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

01/26/2019 23:27

ALDINGER

 

Metal health issues in the

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/26/2019 23:29

 

ARMORY

Noise complaint in the 3800 block of Armory Ln.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/27/2019 00:42

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

Ambulance assist in the 4900 block of Zeiglers Church Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/27/2019 08:10

HOKE

 

Ambulance call at 1800 blk of Hoke Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/27/2019 08:35

BROWNSTONE

Ambulance call at 2200 blk of Brownstone Ln

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/27/2019 11:32

YORK

Disabled vehicle at 5600 blk of York Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/27/2019 13:34

DUBBS

 

Animal complaint at 1800 blk of Dubbs Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/28/2019 00:13

 

HAMLET DR WEST

Ambulance assist in the 500 block of Hamlet Dr West.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/28/2019 03:15

YORK

Suspicious people in the 6600 block of york rd

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/28/2019 06:51

HEATHER

 

Suspicious vehicle on Heather Dr near Indian Rock Dam Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

01/28/2019 10:55

LONGVIEW

Domestic concerns on West Longview Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/28/2019 11:38

COUNTRY RIDGE

Welfare check in the 200 blk of Country Ridge Dr, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/28/2019 12:18

SLAGEL

 

Disturbance in the 2000 blk of Slagel Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/28/2019 13:30

 

LEHMAN

Assist York City Police in the 5500 block of Lehman Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

01/28/2019 18:02

WALTERS HATCHERY

Theft from home in the 4800blk of Walters Hatchery Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/28/2019 23:45

COUNTRY RIDGE

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/29/2019 09:00

 

LINEBORO

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/29/2019 09:24

SEVEN VALLEYS

Domestic report in the 1400 blk of Seven Valleys Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/29/2019 13:22

SOUTH MAIN

 

Loose dogs in the 100 block of S Main Street.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

 

01/29/2019 13:49

COUNTRY RIDGE

Assist person in the 200 block of Country Ridge Dr.

 

 

 

 

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A MV

01/29/2019 15:00

STOVERSTOWN

Unauthorized use of vehicle in the 2000 block of Stoverstown Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/29/2019 15:08

 

MOULSTOWN

Non-reportable crash in the 1100 blk of Moulstown Rd N, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/29/2019 15:30

GLENVILLE

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/29/2019 15:50

SINSHEIM

 

MVA in the 1700 block of Sinsheim Road

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/29/2019 15:51

BLUE HILL

Suspicious circumstances in the 3700 blk of Blue Hill Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/29/2019 16:27

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Traffic related problems in the area of Indian Rock Dam at Smyser, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/29/2019 16:35

HOFFACKER

 

Two vehicle crash on Hoffacker Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/29/2019 16:55

 

PINE TREE

Disabled vehicle in the area of Pine Tree and Oak Tree, Manheim Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/29/2019 17:30

KRAFTS MILL

Assisted disabled vehicles in the area of Krafts Mill Rd and Prospect Hill Rd,

North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/29/2019 18:31

PACKINGHOUSE

 

Hit and Run report in the 500blk of Packinghouse Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

01/29/2019 19:38

PARK

Reportable vehicle accident in the area of Park Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-POSSESSION-MARIJUANA,ETC.

01/29/2019 23:08

E CONSTITUTION

Narcotics arrest in the area of East Constitution and North Pine, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

WARRANTS-LOCAL-CRIMINAL

01/30/2019 01:30

 

W CONSTITUTION

Male taken into custody for a criminal warrant in the area of Constitution and

Elm, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/30/2019 05:29

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Disabled vehicle Indian Rock Dam @ Heather Dr

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

01/30/2019 06:20

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Field contact at Blooming Grove Rd At Copenhaver

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

 

01/30/2019 07:52

THOMAN

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

01/30/2019 08:19

MOULSTOWN

Business alarm at 1300 blk of Moulstown Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/30/2019 08:29

JACOBS MILLS

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/30/2019 08:55

 

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORCIBLE FONDLING

01/30/2019 09:00

XXXXXXX

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/30/2019 09:48

COLONIAL VALLEY

Suspicious circumstance at 5900 blk of Colonial valley Rd

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

01/30/2019 09:58

WALTERSDORFF

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/30/2019 10:53

 

INDIAN ROCK DAM

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/30/2019 11:58

MOULSTOWN

Single vehicle accident at 1200 blk of Moulstown Rd.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

01/30/2019 13:29

AMBAU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

01/30/2019 14:54

MARTIN

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/30/2019 18:05

BLOOMING GROVE

Animal complaint in the area of Blooming Grove Rd near Allison Mill Rd.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/30/2019 20:21

INDIAN ROCK DAM

 

Assist person on Indian Rock Dam Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/30/2019 20:50

 

N WALNUT

Assist person in the 100 block of N Walnut St

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/30/2019 21:27

IRON RIDGE

Disturbance call in the 500 block of Iron Ridge Rd.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/30/2019 23:54

YINGLING

 

Domestic disturbance in the 1900 block of Yingling Dr.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/31/2019 02:09

TUNNEL HILL

Suspicious circumstance in the 3700 block of Tunnel Hill Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/31/2019 05:12

WOLFGNG SCHLHSE

Animal complaint at 6700 Wolfgang School House Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/31/2019 07:16

THOMAN

 

Residential alarm 5500 Thoman Dr

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/31/2019 08:17

 

PACKINGHOUSE

Assist person at 500 blk of Packing House

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/31/2019 11:15

INDIAN ROCK DAM

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/31/2019 13:09

OLD HANOVER

 

 

 

PUBLIC

 

01/31/2019 13:13

MYERS

Info rec’d about a possible future domestic situation in the 2400 block of

Myers Road, NCT

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/31/2019 13:35

THIRD

Ambulance assist 100 blk of E. Third Ave

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/31/2019 16:50

DAYS MILL

 

Disabled vehicle blocking the roadway, Days Mill Road and Markle Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/31/2019 19:30

 

LINEBORO

Suspicious vehicle inj the 6800 bock of Lineboro Rd

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/31/2019 20:03

E THIRD

Suspicious circumstance in the first block of E Third Ave.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/01/2019 06:00

SMITH STATION

 

Assist PD in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/01/2019 08:33

GROVE

Assist ambulance in the 1300 blk of Grove Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY-CHILD ABUSE

02/01/2019 09:00

CEMETERY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

02/01/2019 09:00

GREEN VALLEY

 

Sign down at the intersection of Green Valley Rd and Seven Valleys Rd, North

Codorus Twp.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/01/2019 11:02

 

MOULSTOWN

MVA in the 1100 block of Moulstown Road.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/01/2019 12:45

MARKLE

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/01/2019 13:54

LEHMAN

 

Non-reportable crash in the 4800 blk of Lehman Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/01/2019 14:05

TRINITY

Disabled tractor trailer in the 900 block of Trinity Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/01/2019 16:04

MOULSTOWN

Traffic problem in the 1200 block of Moulstown Road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

02/01/2019 18:00

SLAGEL

 

Traffic safety concern in the 2000 block of Slagel Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/01/2019 18:45

 

SEVEN VALLEYS

Service call in the 1600 Block of Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/01/2019 21:32

GRAVE RUN

911 hang up call in the 7600 block of Grave Run Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/01/2019 22:57

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

Disabled vehicle report in the area of Colonial Valley at York Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/02/2019 01:51

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/02/2019 02:23

YORK

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/02/2019 11:04

MYERS

 

Residential alarm in the 2300 block of Myers Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

02/02/2019 11:46

 

MAIN

Erratic driver in the 400 block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-JUVENILE

02/02/2019 16:47

GARDNER

Dirt bike driving on Gardner Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/02/2019 22:52

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

Assisted Spring Grove ambulance in the 5900blk of Colonial Valley Rd,

Heidelberg Twp

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/03/2019 00:06

SOUTH EAST

Assisted ambulance in the 100 blk of S East St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/03/2019 01:04

SOUTH MAIN

Assist person in the 100blk of S. Main St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/03/2019 01:53

WALTERSDORFF

 

Alarm located in the 5000 BLK of Waltersdorff Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/03/2019 02:06

 

SOUTH MAIN

911 hang up in the the area of the 100blk of S. Main St, Spring Grove.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-JUVENILE

02/03/2019 11:30

GARDNER

Unregistered vehicles on the roadway, Gardner Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/03/2019 14:12

MACKENZIE

 

Suspicious person in the 3000 blk of Mackenzi Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/03/2019 20:20

WALTERS HATCHER

Domestic in the 5000 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

02/03/2019 22:12

PORTERS

Field Contact with 4 individuals at the Heidelberg Township Park, in the 900blk

of Porters Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/03/2019 23:08

PORTERS

 

Traffic complaint in the area of Porters Rd and Shutt Rd, Heidelberg Twp

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BURGLARY-FORCED ENTRY-RESIDENCE-NIGHT

01/07/2019 00:44

SOUTH WATER

Burglary in the 60 block of South Water Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

01/07/2019 07:04

N MAIN

Reportable accident in the 200 block of N Main St.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/07/2019 09:51

BROWNSTONE

Harassment in the 2200 block of Brownstone Ln

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/07/2019 10:30

JEFFERSON

 

Assist another department in the 2000 Block of Jefferson Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

01/07/2019 11:10

 

DUBBS

Residential alarm in the 1700 block of Dubbs Rd.

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/07/2019 15:13

MACKENZIE

Non criminal complaint in the 3100 block of Mackenzie Ln.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/07/2019 17:05

BLUE HILL

 

Traffic related incident at 7900 blk Blue Hill Rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

01/07/2019 17:35

JACOBS MILLS

Traffic related incident at 1400 blk of Jacobs Mill Rd

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/07/2019 18:48

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Domestic at 1500 blk of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/07/2019 21:27

 

THIRD

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/07/2019 22:08

KRAFTS MILL

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

01/08/2019 05:46

BLOOMING GROVE

Reportable accident in the 5000 block of Blooming Grove Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/08/2019 05:56

CANNERY

 

Welfare check in the 6800 block of Cannery Rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

01/08/2019 06:39

 

STOVERSTOWN

Reportable accident on Stoverstown Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/08/2019 06:59

BLOOMING GROVE

Non reportable vehicle accident in the 6800 block of Blooming Grove Rd.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/08/2019 06:59

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Non reportable vehicle accident in the 6800 block of Blooming Grove Rd.

 

 

 

LOST & FOUND – FOUND ARTICLES

 

01/08/2019 07:10

STOVERSTOWN

Found property on Stoverstown Rd

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/08/2019 07:34

YORK

Non reportable accident on York Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/08/2019 07:45

BLUE HILL

 

Attempt to contact in the 4000 block of Blue Hill Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/08/2019 08:02

 

GREEN VALLEY

Disabled vehicle in the 4300 block of Green Valley Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – SIGNALS-SIGNS OUT

01/08/2019 08:22

WEST JACKSON

Damaged stop sign at the intersection of W Jackson St & N Main St

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

01/08/2019 08:54

HIGH ROCK

 

2 Loose dogs reported in the 700 block of High Rock Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/08/2019 09:35

PORTERS

Damaged to the portable bathroom in the Heidelberg Twp park

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

01/08/2019 10:17

E THIRD

Animal complaint in the first block of E Third Ave.

 

 

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

01/08/2019 11:11

STOVERSTOWN

 

Unattended death in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Rd.

 

 

 

Natural Death

01/08/2019 12:21

 

BENTZ

Natural death in the 4500 block of Bentz rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/08/2019 13:58

SEVEN VALLEYS

Domestic at 1500 blk of Seven valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/08/2019 14:01

MOULSTOWN

 

Non Criminal complaint in the 1100 block of Moulstown Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/08/2019 14:44

MARBURG

Ambulance assist in the 1300 block of Marburg Rd.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/08/2019 15:20

N WATER

Domestic at 100 blk of N. Water St

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/08/2019 18:04

MOULSTOWN

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/08/2019 19:34

 

SOUTH MAIN

Suspicious person call at 100 blk of S. Main St

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/08/2019 20:01

W COLLEGE

Animal complaint at W. College @ Smith Hill

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/08/2019 23:02

SOUTH EAST

 

Assisted ambulance in the first block of South East Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

NARCOTICS-SALE-MARIJUANA, HASHISH,

01/08/2019 23:52

XXXX

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/09/2019 08:41

 

BLOOMING GROVE

Suspicious vehicle in the 5700 blk of Blooming Grove Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/09/2019 10:05

SEVEN VALLEYS

Attempt to contact for York City Police in the 2400 Block of Seven Valleys,

North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/09/2019 14:28

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle on York Rd at Lehman Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

 

01/09/2019 16:26

MACKENZIE

Child custody dispute in the 3000 blkMackenzi Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/09/2019 17:58

N MAIN

Traffic Complaint in the 400blk of N. Main St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/09/2019 19:02

SLAGEL

 

Dispute in the 2000blk of Slagel Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/10/2019 11:31

 

PORTERS

Abandoned vehicle in the area of 1200 Porters Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

01/10/2019 11:57

SEVEN VALLEYS

Tree branch down on the roadway on Seven Valleys Rd near North Rohrbaugh Rd,

North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/10/2019 12:20

YORK

 

Information rec’d reference a possible probation violation occurring in

Manchester, PA.

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

01/10/2019 13:46

YINGLING

Domestic argument in the 1900 block of Yingling Drive, HT

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/10/2019 15:44

N MAIN

Suspicious person in the 500 blk of N Main St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/10/2019 18:15

OLD HANOVER

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Rd.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/10/2019 20:49

 

SOUTH MAIN

Disturbance in the 100 block of S Main St.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – DOG BITES

01/10/2019 22:18

NACE MILL

Animal Complaint in the 3100blk of Nace Mill Ln, Manheim Rd

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/11/2019 07:12

JEFFERSON

 

Repo information in the 2200 block of Jefferson Rd.

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

 

01/11/2019 09:09

ACORN

Animal complaint at 6100 blk of Acorn Dr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

01/11/2019 09:34

OLD HANOVER

Parking complaint in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Rd

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/11/2019 09:44

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Reportable vehicle accident in the are of Seven valleys Rd near Green Valley

Rd.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/11/2019 12:08

 

SOUTH EAST

Domestic at 100 blk of S. East

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/11/2019 15:38

N MAIN

Domestic dispute in the first block of N Main St.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

01/11/2019 15:50

EAST

 

Child custody issues in the first block of Southeast Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

FOUND/RECOVERED PROPERTY

01/11/2019 16:00

YORK

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/11/2019 17:47

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

01/11/2019 18:06

 

MOULSTOWN

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

01/11/2019 18:39

CAMPUS

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/11/2019 23:03

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

 

01/12/2019 07:47

OLD JOSEPH

Lost dog reported in the 3800 block of Old Joseph Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

01/12/2019 07:47

OLD JOSEPH

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/12/2019 11:47

YORK

 

Deer struck on York Rd in the area of Lehman Rd

 

 

 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT-PUBLIC PLACES

01/12/2019 13:44

 

SOUTH MAIN

Disorderly subject in the 100 block of S Main St

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

01/12/2019 16:00

EAST

Child custody issues in the first block of Southeast Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/12/2019 17:11

STOVERSTOWN

 

Domestic issue in the 2900 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

 

01/12/2019 17:33

MYERS

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/12/2019 19:51

TUNNEL HILL

 

 

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

01/12/2019 21:45

XXXX

 

Drug investigation

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

01/13/2019 01:00

XXXXX

Drug investigation

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/13/2019 02:20

GREEN VALLEY

Hit and run accident in the 4100 block of Green Valley Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

01/13/2019 08:03

BAHN

Wires down in the area of 4000 block of Bahn Ave.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/13/2019 10:53

ZEIGLERS CHURCH

 

Reportable accident in the 4900 block of Zeiglers Church Rd.

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER

01/13/2019 23:02

 

PORTERS

DUI in the area of Porters Road and York Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

RUNAWAYS – (JUVENILE) – REPORTS

01/14/2019 05:13

OLD JOSEPH

 

Missing person report in the 3900blk of Old Joseph Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/14/2019 10:36

WALTERS HATCHERY

 

Traffic complaint in the 4800blk of Walters Hatchery Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY-CHILD ABUSE

01/15/2019 09:00

 

SINSHEIM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FORCIBLE RAPE

01/15/2019 09:00

XXXXXX

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

01/15/2019 12:33

STOVERSTOWN

Road rage incident on Stoverstown Road, NCT

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/15/2019 13:46

PORTERS

Assist ambulance in the 1200blk of Porters Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/15/2019 14:12

N PINE

 

Assisted the Spring Grove ambulance with an intoxicated cancer patient in the

400 block of N. Pine Ave, SGB

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/15/2019 14:47

 

INTERSECTION

Suspicious circumstance in the 7000blk of Intersection Rd, Manheim Twp

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/15/2019 16:18

GLENVILLE

A woman in the 4600 block of Glenville Road called 911 reporting strange noises

in her basement.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/15/2019 17:27

SOUTH EAST

 

Domestic in the first block of South East Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

01/15/2019 18:11

HOKE

Disabled vehicle at the intersection of Hoke Rd and Walter’s Hatchery Rd in

North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

01/15/2019 18:33

WEST HOKE

Warrant service in the 100 block of West Hoke, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/15/2019 20:32

STOVERSTOWN

 

Suspicious vehicle at the North Codorus Twp Park.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/15/2019 22:26

 

SKYVIEW

Domestic in the 4700 block of Skyview, Manheim Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/16/2019 06:47

INTERSECTION

Suspicious person complaint in the 7400 block of Intersection Rd.

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/16/2019 09:19

LINEBORO

 

Struck deer in the 5400 block of Lineboro Rd.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

01/16/2019 15:12

OLD HANOVER

Traffic complaint at Old Hanover @ Iron Ridge.

 

 

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

01/16/2019 16:04

KITZMILLER

Death investigation at 2800 blk of Kitzmiller Rd

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/16/2019 22:19

SOUTH MAIN

 

Domestic in the 100 block of South Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/16/2019 22:19

 

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

PUBLIC

01/16/2019 22:49

MESSERSMITH

Police information at 3400 blk of Messersmith rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

01/17/2019 05:18

INTERSECTION

 

Residential alarm in the 7300 block of Intersection Rd.

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

 

01/17/2019 07:37

KITZMILLER

Struck deer on Kitzmiller rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/17/2019 08:17

PACKINGHOUSE

Ambulance assist in the 500 block of Packinghouse Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/17/2019 13:30

 

JEFFERSON

Suspicious circumstance in the 2000 block of Jefferson Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/17/2019 14:32

INTERSECTION

Assist person in the 7300 block of Intersection Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/17/2019 15:28

CEDAR

 

Attempt to contact in the 1900 block of Cedar Dr.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/17/2019 18:00

SLAGEL

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/17/2019 18:12

LITTLE JOHN

Domestic at 4000 blk of Little John

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/17/2019 18:12

LITTLE JOHN

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

01/17/2019 18:14

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

Animal complaint in the area of Zeiglers Church Road and Myers Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/17/2019 19:21

WOOL MILL

 

Road conditions call at 5100 blk of Wool Mill Rd

 

 

 

FOUND/RECOVERED PROPERTY

 

01/17/2019 21:50

N MAIN

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/17/2019 22:15

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/17/2019 22:26

OLD JOSEPH

 

Domestic at 3800 blk of Old Joseph

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/17/2019 22:26

 

OLD JOSEPH

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/18/2019 03:17

ROCKVILLE

Domestic in the 1900 block of Rockville Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/18/2019 04:00

BLUE HILL

 

Reportable vehicle accident in the 5900 block of Blue Hill Road, Manheim

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/18/2019 06:37

BLOOMING GROVE

Suspicious person in the area of Blooming Grove Rd and Baumgardner Rd, Manheim

Twp.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/18/2019 08:47

INTERSECTION

Assist person in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

01/18/2019 13:18

N PINE

 

Vehicle accident in the 300 block of North Pine, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

01/18/2019 16:05

 

STOVERSTOWN

Field contact in the area of Stoverstown and Cherry, North Codorus Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-JUVENILE

01/18/2019 16:07

GARDNER

Juvenile disturbance in the 6100 blk of Gardner Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/18/2019 16:09

BECKY

 

Erratic driver in the 6200 block of Thoman, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

01/18/2019 17:00

JAMESTOWN

Dispute in the 1800 block of Jamestown Lane.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

01/18/2019 19:08

FURHMAN MILL

Assisted West Manheim Twp police with a suicidal subject in the 400blk of

Furhman Mill Rd, West Manheim Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

01/18/2019 21:02

LITTLE JOHN

 

Disturbance in the 4000 block of Little John Dr.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/19/2019 01:39

 

SCENIC VIEW

Domestic in the 1600 block Senic View Ln.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

01/19/2019 06:16

JEFFERSON

Hang-up call in the 1500 blk of Jefferson Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/19/2019 11:30

THOMAN

 

Assist person in the 6100 blk of Thoman Dr, Heidlberg Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/19/2019 14:54

TIMBER CREST

Assist EMS in the 100 blk of Timber Crest Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

HARASSMENT BY COMMUNICATION

01/19/2019 15:00

LITTLE JOHN

Harassment arrest in the 4000 block of Little John, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/19/2019 16:03

LINEBORO

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 6800 block of Lineboro Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/19/2019 17:08

 

N PINE

Domestic in the 400 block of N Pine Ave.

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

01/19/2019 18:48

THOMAN

Reported theft in the 6000blk of Thoman Dr, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/20/2019 03:29

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Suspicious person in the 2400blk of Seven Valleys Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/20/2019 03:35

N MAIN

Suspicious circumstance in the 400 block of N Main St.

 

 

DOA

01/20/2019 03:38

MEETING HOUSE

Death investigation in the 2400blk of Meeting House Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

01/20/2019 10:34

DAYS MILL

 

Alarm located at 3200 BLK of Days Mill, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

01/20/2019 10:50

 

LINEBORO

David Walther cited for harassment in the 6100 blk of Lineboro Rd, Manheim Twp

 

HARASSMENT BY COMMUNICATION

01/20/2019 16:00

LITTLE JOHN

Harassment arrest in the 4000 block of Little John, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/20/2019 16:48

THIRD

 

Suspicious circumstance in the area of 25 East Third Avenue, Spring Grove

Borugh.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

 

01/20/2019 17:13

  1. THIRD

Non criminal investigation in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring

Grove Borough.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/20/2019 19:04

  1. THIRD

Domestic in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/20/2019 21:57

GLENVILLE

 

Assist ambulance in the 4000blk of Glenville Rd, Manheim Twp

Read Post

12/24/2018 – 01/6/2019

FRAUD

12/24/2018 00:00

STOVERSTOWN

Fraud report in the 5700 block of York Rd.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

12/24/2018 07:49

FOX CHASE

 

Possible structure fire in the 2200 block of Fox Chase Dr

 

 

PUBLIC

 

12/24/2018 09:47

HOPE WAY

Notifications in the 6400 block of Hope Way

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

12/24/2018 12:33

SEVEN VALLEYS

Erratic driving complaint on Seven valleys rd

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/24/2018 13:29

COLONIAL VALLEY

Disabled 18 wheeler on Colonial Valley rd.

 

 

THEFT-$50 TO $200-ALL OTHER

12/24/2018 15:14

SOUTH MAIN

 

Theft report in the first block of S Main St.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

12/24/2018 15:20

PALMER

Ambulance assist at 4100 blk of Palmer

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

12/24/2018 19:01

HOFF

Alarm in the 6300 block of Hoff Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

LOST & FOUND – MISSING ADULT MALES

12/24/2018 23:17

 

BLOOMING GROVE

Found person at 5800 blk of Blooming Grove Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/25/2018 13:30

MESSERSMITH

 

Assist person in the 3500 block of messersmith Rd

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/25/2018 14:35

EAST RAILROAD

Suspicious vehicle on E Rail Road St

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/25/2018 15:17

MYERS

Ambulance assist in the 2700 block of Myers Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/25/2018 20:16

 

YORK

Assisted ambulance in the 5800 block of York Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/25/2018 20:32

YORK

Assisted ambulance in the 5600 block of York Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

12/26/2018 12:56

 

NORTH CHURCH

Verbal argument between mother and son in the 5800 block of N. Church St, MT

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/26/2018 13:33

NORTH ROHRBAUGH

Suspicious circumstances in the 3900 blk of N Rohrbaugh Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

12/26/2018 17:41

SHARODEN

 

Mental health call in the 3800 block of Sharoden Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – ALL OTHER

 

12/26/2018 18:23

WALTERSDORFF

Criminal Mischief in the 5300 block of Waltersdorff, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

12/26/2018 22:49

N MAIN

fight in the 100 block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

12/27/2018 01:00

STOVERSTOWN

 

Field contact in the 1900 block of Stoverstown, North Codorus Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

12/27/2018 05:35

 

YORK

Single vehicle accident in the 6800 block of York Road, HT

 

 

PUBLIC

12/27/2018 07:06

WEST SIDE

Police notification on Westside Ln

 

 

HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS

12/27/2018 08:35

LINEBORO

 

Hazard road conditions on Lineboro Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

12/27/2018 10:25

TUNNEL HILL

Ambulance assist in the 3600 block of Tunnel Hill Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/27/2018 11:58

GLENVILLE

Ambulance assist on Glenville Rd.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/27/2018 15:25

PARK

 

Landlord tenant dispute in the 1800 block of Park Rd

 

 

FRAUD – CREDIT CARDS, ATM

12/27/2018 16:42

 

E THIRD

Fraud report at 25 E Third Ave

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/27/2018 17:17

STOVERSTOWN

 

Vehicle accident in the area of Stoverstown and Bentz Roads, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

 

12/27/2018 19:18

SINSHEIM

Struck deer in the area of Sinsheim and Pine tree, Manheim Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/27/2018 20:56

STORMY HILL

Suspicious person in the 5600 block of Stormy Hill Rd.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/28/2018 08:23

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Disabled vehicle on Blooming Grove RD

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/28/2018 09:11

 

STOVERSTOWN

Disabled 18 wheeler in the 1800 block of Stoverstown Rd.

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

12/28/2018 11:29

YORK

Damaged Verizon pole in the 6300 block of York Rd.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/28/2018 11:44

N MAIN

 

Trespass complaint in the 400 block of N Main St

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/28/2018 19:11

STOVERSTOWN

Suspicious circumstance at 2000 blk of Stoverstown Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/29/2018 07:44

LIECHEYS CHURCH

 

Medical emergency in the 5500 block of Lischey’s Church Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT – OTHER ACC. INVEST.

 

12/29/2018 10:29

EAST

Hit and run on Northeast St. at East College Ave., Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/29/2018 10:31

 

MAIN

Two vehicle reportable crash on South Main Street at West Church Street, Spring

Grove Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/29/2018 10:40

YORK

Erratic driver on York Road in the area of Iron Ridge Road, Heidelbeg Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

12/29/2018 11:03

SMOKETOWN

 

Property damage reported in the 5500 block of Smoketown Rd caused by a large

truck

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

12/29/2018 18:00

OLD JOSEPH

Disturbance at 3800 blk of Old Joseph Rd

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

12/29/2018 18:47

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Sign down at intersection of Seven Valleys At Green Valley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/29/2018 22:51

N PINE

Ambulance assist at 400 N Pine Ave

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

 

12/30/2018 01:52MACKENZIE

Police information at 3000 blk of Mackenzie

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/30/2018 02:15

SEVEN VALLEYS

Suspicvious person at 1400 blk of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

12/30/2018 09:12

N MAIN

 

Business alarm in the 200 block of N Main St

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/30/2018 11:45

 

COPENHAVER

Medical emergency in the 4800 block of Copenhaver Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

SIMPLE PHYSICAL ASSAULTS

12/30/2018 14:18

LINEBORO

Mental health crisis in the 6800 block of Lineboro Road, Menheim Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

12/30/2018 15:23

N MAIN

Harassment reported in the 400 block of N Main St

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

12/30/2018 16:03

N MAIN

Harassment complaint in the 400 block of N Main St

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – REPORTS

12/30/2018 16:28

N MAIN

 

Report of a deer that ran through the plate glass windows at the old Marley

Gross Ford Dealer building.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/30/2018 18:28

 

DUBS CHURCH

EMS call in the 1800 block of Dubs Church, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

12/30/2018 20:36

CANNON

 

Service call in the 3700 block of Cannon Lane, North Codorus Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/30/2018 21:11

THOMAN

Suspicious circumstance in the 6100 block of Thoman, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

12/30/2018 22:00

PAMADEVA

 

Domestic in the 6400 block of Pamadeva Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

HARASSMENT

12/30/2018 22:00

PAMADEVA

Domestic in the 6400 block of Pamadeva Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

12/31/2018 10:22

INTERSECTION

Family issues in the 7300 block of Intersection Road, MT

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

12/31/2018 12:57

PACKINGHOUSE

Check the welfare in the 500 block of Packinghouse Road.

 

 

 

 

LOST & FOUND – LOST ANIMAL

12/31/2018 13:55

TUNNEL HILL

 

Report of a lost dog in the 3900 block of Tunnel Hill Road, NCT

 

 

 

TRAFFIC OFFENSES

12/31/2018 14:00

 

N MAIN

Road rage incident involving a flagger in the 100 block of N. Main St, SGB

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/31/2018 14:26

WALTERS HATCHER

EMS call in the 4500 block of Walters Hatchery Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

 

12/31/2018 19:04

NOSS

911 hang up call in the 2000 block of Noss Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

12/31/2018 19:42

THIRD

Domestic located at 25 East Third Avenue, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

12/31/2018 20:46

BENTZ

Assist fire department in the 4700 block of Bentz Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/01/2019 03:30

SOUTH WATER

 

Domestic in the area of South Water Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/01/2019 06:28

 

LITTLE JOHN

Suspicious circumstance in the 4000 block of Little John Dr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/01/2019 08:51

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

EMS call in the 4400 block of Zeiglers Church Rd.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/01/2019 10:33

EAST COLLEGE

 

Criminal Mischief in the first block of E College Ave.

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – REPORTS

01/01/2019 18:51

DAYS MILL

Animal complaint in the area of Days Mill and Heindel Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/01/2019 21:26

SOUTH MAIN

 

Dispute in the area of S. Main St, Spring Grove

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/02/2019 07:59

 

EMIG

Ambulance assist in the 1500 block of Emig Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST ANIMAL

01/02/2019 10:32

RIDGE

Horse loose in the 2400 block of Ridge Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

01/02/2019 11:30

WOOL MILL

 

Assist fire department in the 5800 block of Wool Mill Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

01/02/2019 15:47

GREEN VALLEY

Disabled vehicle on Green Valley @ Myers Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/02/2019 15:49

MACKENZIE

Ambulance assist at 3000 blk mackenzie Ln

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/02/2019 16:12

ARNOLD

 

Disturbance at 1800 blk of Arnold Rd

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/02/2019 19:27

JAMESTOWN

Domestic in the 1900 block of Jamestown Lane, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/03/2019 07:10

LAUREL WOODS

 

Ambulance assist in the 900 block of Laurel Woods Ln

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

 

01/03/2019 08:57

INTERSECTION

Non criminal complaint in the 7300 block of Intersection Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

01/03/2019 14:27

SOUTH MAIN

Assist other agency at 100 blk of S. Main St

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/03/2019 15:23

GROTHEY

 

Domestic at 4000 blk of Grothey Rd

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/03/2019 16:25

 

SOUTH EAST

Suspicious person report at 100 blk of S. East St

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

01/03/2019 17:53

WEST HOKE

Traffic related incident at 100 blk of W. Hoke St.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/03/2019 18:43

  1. THIRD

Suspicious person reported in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring

Grove Borough.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/04/2019 08:45

LAKEVIEW

Non-criminal other in the 400blk of Lakeview Dr. Manheim Twp

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

01/04/2019 08:49

YORK

 

Animal complaint in the area of York Road and Menges Mill Road.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

01/04/2019 10:25

INTERSECTION

Disturbance in the 7300 block of Intersection Road.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

01/04/2019 10:45

GREEN VALLEY

Assist person in the area of Green Valley Rd and Seven Valleys Rd, North

Codorus twp

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

01/04/2019 11:19

WEST HIGHLAND

 

Assisted Tri-Community ambulance in the area of W Highland Ave, Spring Grove

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/04/2019 12:26

 

JEFFERSON

Police incident other in the 1600blk of Jefferson Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

01/04/2019 13:42

N MAIN

Disturbance in the first block of N Main Street.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/04/2019 13:43

NOSS

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 1800blk of Noss Rd, North Codorus twp

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

01/04/2019 15:05

N MAIN

Suspicious person in the 400blk of N. Main St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/04/2019 15:08

WEST HOKE

Suspicious circumstance in the area of W Hoke Street and Chestnut Street.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/04/2019 17:59

STOVERSTOWN

 

Suspicious activity reported inteh 1800 block of Stoverstown Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/04/2019 18:04

 

YORK

Non reportable vehicle accident in the 5600 blcok of York Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

01/04/2019 19:28

CONFIDENTIAL

Drug investigation in Manheim Township.

 

 

 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT-DISTURBING THE

 

01/04/2019 20:25

SOUTH MAIN

Disorderly subject in the 100 block of South Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

01/04/2019 20:47

ALDINGER

Domestic in the 3600 block of Aldinger Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-ALL OTHER

01/05/2019 09:30

LILY SPRINGS

 

A Manheim Twp man reported three unauthorized ATM withdrawals from his checking

account.

 

 

FRAUD – CREDIT CARDS, ATM

01/05/2019 12:07

THIRD

Theft in the first block of E Third Avenue.

 

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

 

01/05/2019 13:05

SLAGEL

Death in the 2100 block of Slagel Road.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

01/05/2019 15:12

OLD HANOVER

Non-reportable vehicle accident in the area of Old Hanover Rd and Menges Mill

Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/05/2019 17:35

INTERSECTION

 

Suspicious circumstances in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

01/05/2019 21:49

 

AMBAU

Unattended death in the 5700 blk of Ambau Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

01/05/2019 22:22

STORMY HILL

Suspicious persons in the 5500 Stormy Hill Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-JUVENILE

01/06/2019 03:45

STOVERSTOWN

 

Juvenile disturbance in the 2000 blk of Stoverstown Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

 

01/06/2019 09:54

N MAIN

Neighbor dispute over a commonly shared walk way between two homes in Spring

Grove Borough

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

01/06/2019 10:35

HIGH ROCK

Field contact in the 700 block of High Rock Road.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

01/06/2019 11:00

OLD JOSEPH

 

Domestic situation in the 3800 block of Old Joseph Road, NCT

 

 

 

PUBLIC

01/06/2019 11:11

BROWNSTONE

Police information in the 2200 block of Brownstone Lane.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

01/06/2019 14:15

MARBURG

EMS call in the 1300 block of Marburg Road.

 

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

01/06/2019 16:30

INTERSECTION

Theft in the 7400 block of Intersection Road.

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December 2018 Minutes

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

December 12, 2018 – 7:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Chairman M. Bollinger at 7:00 pm. The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer, R. Lint – N. Codorus Twp.
  2. Bollinger, T. Frock – Heidelberg Twp.
  3. Miller, S. Stambaugh – Manheim Twp.
  4. Hilt, R. Whyland – Spring Grove Borough
  5. Bean – Chief of Police
  6. Nickell – Police Administrator
  7. Tilley – Solicitor

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: W. LeFever, a resident of North Codorus Township (NCT), asked if any progress has been made that will allow the NCT supervisors to represent the majority of the NCT residents and stay with Southwestern Regional Police. M. Bollinger replied that there is a lot going on behind the scenes.  Some of the Police Board members met with some of the police officers this evening; the Board will be hearing some ideas from the Chief to cut costs; there is movement forward to try to get some reconciliation.  L. Miller asked W. LeFever how she knows she represents the wants of the majority of the NCT residents.  She replied that she has spoken with hundreds of residents, and the great majority wants to stay with the police department.  She realizes there are individuals that do not want to stay.  J. Rebert, a resident of NCT, stated that he went on the police department’s website and saw the minutes for August and September, but not October. Also, the financial reports were not on the website at all and he could not find the Chiefs Notes or the calls for service.  Chief Bean stated that the company that used to maintain our website no longer offers that service so we had to totally revamp the website using another company and the October minutes and the crime stats just haven’t been posted yet.  We have been working with the new company for (4) months, and he expects everything to be up-to-date within the next 30 days.  V. Nickell stated that when the Board voted to start posting the minutes on the website the approval was for the minutes only, not the financial reports or the Chief’s Notes.  J. Rebert asked if he could obtain the financial reports if he submitted a Right-To-Know request; V. Nickell replied yes.  J. Rebert asked how many vehicles the department has; Chief replied (9) – (7) patrol vehicles, (1) Chief vehicle, (1) Detective vehicle.  J. Rebert stated that years ago there was a Reserve Fund started that was 10% of the budget, where is that listed on the budget?  V. Nickell replied that it is not a line item on the budget; it is a separate bank account that is listed in the Treasurer’s Report.  He then asked if we utilize that bank account to pay bills.  V. Nickell replied that there are times when funds are transferred on a temporary basis until the quarterly payments come in from the municipalities.  The Board is informed at the board meeting when this occurs, and it is reported in the Treasurer’s Report.  The funds are put back into the Reserve Fund as soon as all the quarterly payments have been received.  He then asked if the “Letter of Agreement” was still in effect between the municipalities that the Police Board would approve transfers before funds were used out of the Reserve Fund.  V. Nickell replied that years ago the Board passed a motion allowing the Chief to approve temporary transfers, with the Board being informed at the following Board meeting.  This was done due to the need to be able to make timely transfers when funds are needed at the end of the quarter.  He then asked about the traffic enforcement, he saw a lot of disparity between the municipalities last month.  Chief Bean explained that NCT was 150 hours short, and to make up the time the officers concentrate patrol time to make up the hours, resulting in more tickets and warnings.  Heidelberg was over in hours, so they have less time committed to patrol, resulting in less traffic enforcement.  J. Rebert stated he had some other concerns regarding NCT being shorted on time, but he did not want to take the time during the meeting to continue discussing it; he was satisfied with the Chief’s explanation.

 

MINUTES: Review of the minutes of November 14, 2018.  Motion by L. Miller, second by B. Whyland to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT: (Attachment A) Treasurer’s Report was presented. R. Shearer stated that we are now tracking the legal fees for the withdrawal of NCT, and we show $1,564 for last month.  The regular legal fees are listed at $195; he doesn’t remember an invoice ever being that low before.  There was an extended discussion about this invoice, with the following points being made:

  • In researching the history of our legal fees for 2018, R. Shearer found that they range from $800 – $4800.
  • W. Tilley explained that the only regular charge for last month was attending the Board meeting and reviewing the documents for said meeting; the rest of his time was spent on researching the NCT withdrawal.
  • The invoices are paid before the Police Board gets to see or approve them.
  • R. Shearer asked why there is a separate line item for the NCT withdrawal. W. Tilley explained that you need to keep track of these expenses in accordance with the Articles of Agreement. In an effort to be transparent, he had spoken with V. Nickell and decided to create a separate line item.
  • W. Tilley stated that he has completed most of his work on the NCT withdrawal, so he thinks that will probably be the highest invoice we will have.
  • R. Shearer doesn’t think it was appropriate for W. Tilley to decide to make a separate line item for this expense; it should have been brought before the Board.
  • R. Shearer stated that the March invoice for $4800 listed work done on research of a municipality withdrawing – at that time he asked who had requested that research, as he doesn’t believe anyone on the Board had requested it. It is his understanding that when a solicitor does something that costs the Board money the Board should agree on what was done, especially when the legal budget is currently at 176% for 2018.
  • W. Tilley stated that he was given (4) tasks to complete by the Police Board, of which he completed (3); the legal fees for October include this work.
  • The hourly fee for attending the meetings is $195. The October invoice is for a total of (1) hour charged to regular legal fees due to the fact that most of the meeting was in Executive Session to discuss the NCT withdrawal. He doesn’t think the items discussed in public session were charged to the NCT withdrawal.
  • R. Shearer stated he is going to listen to the minutes and see how long the public meeting was. V. Nickell stated that the invoice charged .20 hours to review documents for the Board meeting and .80 hours to attend the meeting.
  • R. Shearer stated that the Board approves the bills after they are paid; they are just “rubber-stamping” them. W. Tilley stated that if there is a dispute over a paid invoice a credit can be issued.

Motion by R. Whyland, second by L. Miller to approve the Treasurer’s report as presented. Motion passed unanimously.

 

 

 

CHIEF’S REPORT:

 

Chief stated there were 336 calls for service in November; year-to-date 3,800. We average around 4,000 and may be a little higher than that this year.  There were 214 traffic stops and 36 criminal charges were filed on 21 offenders.  There weren’t any questions regarding the crime stats.

 

Chief introduced Dr. Kirsten Witherup, the professor from York College who is in charge of conducting the resident survey. Chief explained that he had reached out to York College in the spring of 2018.  He felt the department has been doing really well, and it was time to see what the community’s opinion was.  York College conducted a survey for us once before, several years ago.  A copy of the proposed survey was e-mailed to the Police Board members a couple of weeks ago.

Dr. Witherup explained the following:

  • York College has conducted similar surveys for Spring Garden Township and West York Borough police departments.
  • The proposed survey includes a cover letter and (4) pages of questions.
  • The survey includes both close-ended and open-ended responses, which they believe will be valuable for the type of feedback we are attempting to obtain.
  • The first section addresses demographics, giving an understanding of who the responders are.
  • Section two looks at community safety. Responders rate community safety issues on a scale of 1-5. These types of questions are throughout the survey, essential to aggregating the number count and having a numerical statistic to provide with regard to community feedback. There are also some open-ended responses – i.e., what can the department do to make them feel safer? This type of question gives a more textured understanding of how the community feels and what they want.
  • Section 3 explores topics of police professionalism and areas for improvement.
  • Section 4 addresses resident interaction with the Department and satisfaction with said interaction.
  • Previous experience has proven that it would be unreasonable to send the survey to all 18,000 residents of our municipalities. You need a representative random sample of the population. For example, the National Crime Victimization (NCV) survey uses a subset of the population and generalizes it back to the population of the United States using a random sampling. Everyone has an equal and known chance of being selected to participate in the NCV survey, and they use a rotating design of households. They survey 60,000 households of the more than 300 million people living in the United States.
  • We want to survey a subset of our population to say that if anybody in the population were given this survey they would answer in a similar fashion. In calculating the sample size, they will need to send out 1500 surveys to get 377 (25%) responses back. This allows them to look at a margin of error +/- 5%. She thinks this will be a good way to reach our residents and get the feedback we are looking for.
  • If we do not get 377 responses the feedback will still be valuable; this is why the survey includes the open-ended responses.
  • The Board had the following questions:
  • R. Whyland asked her to expand on how the feedback will be valuable if we don’t get the 377 responses. Dr. Witherup said the margin of error would be 6-7 % instead of 5%; it wouldn’t have as much statistical power, but would still be statistically valid.
  • R. Whyland asked how significant the Part 1 (demographic) questions are. Dr. Witherup stated these are important so that when the findings are reported back to us we know the demographics of the population surveyed. He then asked if we know what the demographics of the population are today. Dr. Witherup stated she would get that information from Chief Bean; then she would be able to ascertain how closely the subset of the population surveyed matches it.
  • L Miller stated he appreciates the effort behind the survey, but in Manheim Township it won’t do any good. They do not question whether the department is doing a good job; the question is whether the service provided is worth the cost. He doesn’t see any questions that address that. Dr. Witherup referred to the last full paragraph on page 1 of the survey, it states the average cost per person per year ($113), so they do get a picture of what they are paying. She then asked if Manheim Township would like to see more questions regarding cost. L. Miller replied that there is a lot more that he would like to see on the survey; it currently does not represent the concerns of the Manheim Township residents. Dr. Witherup stated that the survey can be changed, and encouraged the Board members to contact her, providing her e-mail address to them. L. Miller stated his Board would discuss the survey at the next Manheim Township meeting and send her feedback regarding changes and/or additions they would like to have made.Chief explained that donated funds will be used to pay for mailing the surveys out. Dr. Witherup stated that recipients of the survey are asked to fill them out and send them back within two weeks. Her colleague, Dr. Verrecchia, herself, and a team of student researchers will then enter all the information into a database from which they will compile a report, which she can come back to the Board and present. She expects to have the results by the end of April. L. Miller asked how the 1500 mailings will be divided up amongst the municipalities. Chief replied that it would be by the percentage of the budget they pay, i.e., 48% of the 1500 would go to NCT residents. He obtained a computer listing of all the property owners in our municipalities from the County. In order to know the percentage of surveys returned from each municipality, one of the questions on the survey needs to be “which municipality do you reside in?”. R. Shearer asked if renters would be included – no, only the addresses of the property owners were provided. L. Riebling, Manager of Manheim Township, asked if the 1500 addresses will be manually pulled from the list provided by the County. Chief replied that the addresses were already randomly pulled by the computer.   R. Whyland expressed concern that those renting would not be included, as this is an important demographic and should be included in the mailing. Chief stated that he needs to confer with Dr. Witherup and make sure they aren’t sent to property owners that are not actually living in our jurisdiction. R. Lint asked if the survey was being conducted because of the withdrawal of NCT; he agreed with L. Miller, the survey does not address the reason NCT is withdrawing. Chief replied no, he started planning it back in March. R. Lint stated that it is important for the residents to understand that the results of the survey as presented will not convey the residents’ opinion on the issue of the cost of the police department. Chief stated that Dr. Witherup will customize the survey to whatever the Police Board wants and it can address the cost of the department. The Board will see the survey again before it is mailed out. W. LeFever encouraged the supervisors take the survey back to their board members and critique it very hard. It is an excellent opportunity to find out what their residents want and they need to make sure the questions they want answered are included.Chief’s Notes (Attachment B): The Chief’s Notes were presented as attached with the following additional comments:
  • The Board will be going into Executive Session (ES) to discuss how to reduce costs. It needs to be discussed in ES due to the fact that the discussions will include personnel issues.
  • Accidental Shooting at Santander Bank – Since the last Board meeting the officer has been criminally charged in the aforementioned. The charging documents clearly state there was no ill-will on the part of the officer. The DA has all of the information and will meet with the officer’s legal representative; they need to figure out where to go from here. Chief expects a swift resolution. Shortly after the charges were filed the Loudermill hearing was conducted and the officer was taken off administrative leave with pay and placed on administrative leave without pay.
  • The Department website is still in the process of being updated. It is extremely important that as much information be available as possible.
  • The Department received a $100 donation from the Hanover Exchange Club and 100 stuffed animals from PetSmart for Santa to distribute at the SG Community Center Christmas Breakfast.
  • Chief transported 250 pounds of prescription drugs from the drug drop-box in the lobby to the solid waste authority for safe, proper disposal.
  • Press Release – At about 11:30 on the night before Thanksgiving a resident on W. Highland Avenue in Spring Grove Borough called 9-1-1, stating there were two suspicious males walking through their yard. Officers found the suspects; one at Rutters and the other in the parking lot of Kennie’s Market. They had 35 stolen items in their backpacks, to include a handgun. Items were stolen from unlocked vehicles in the neighborhood. Chief encouraged Board Members to stress to their residents to always call 9-1-1 any time they see suspicious activity, and to always lock their vehicles.
  • R. Shearer asked why the Board is discussing the cost cuts in ES and not in public. Chief stated they will be discussing personnel issues. Cost cutting methods have been discussed in public in previous months’ meetings, this is new information and involves personnel.

OLD BUSINESS:

 

2019 MMO – V. Nickell had distributed information regarding the 2019 Uniform Pension MMO last month. The Board will discuss it during Executive Session and vote on the MMO after reconvening into Public Session.

 

Municipal Attorney Recommendations

  • L. Miller stated that he expressed his concern last month with how W. Tilley had handled some issues, and is now concerned with the fact that he did not have the Real Property Agreement. R. Whyland is the one who brought attention to this agreement and he thinks Stock & Leader should have had it on-file.
  • W. Tilley explained that the Real Property Agreement is no longer a Department contract. The way the Real Property Agreement is structured, is that once the building was paid for and they received the deed (in 2007) the Department had no further involvement at all. It is an agreement the municipalities would have on-file because it is their individual obligation, not an obligation of the Department.
  • When R. Whyland brought it to his attention he made sure all the Board members were aware of it. At this point, it is not a Department contract; that is why it wasn’t on his radar. He was looking for agreements where the Department would either receive some kind of benefit or have an obligation to pay something out.
  • R. Whyland stated that the SGB manager, A. Shaffer, is the one who actually discovered it.
  • W. Tilley stated that he went back and researched all the documentation regarding the purchase of the building, it was a fairly complicated transaction. Kinsley did the transaction in a way to minimize the tax consequences of the sale. He researched everything to make sure there was no obligation on the part of the department, and he is satisfied that there is not
  • M. Muir, Manheim Township Supervisor, stated that the main reason the agreement was done this way was so the building wouldn’t have to go out for bids.   That is why they leased the building for a short amount of time.
  • M. Bollinger stated that this is a very relevant document, and he expressed great concern that it was not brought forward by W. Tilley last month. According to the Agreement, the remaining municipalities have ten (10) years to pay NCT back their share of the building (tentatively $480,000 + interest). Stock & Leader should have had the document in our file.
  • W. Tilley explained that it was not in our active file because the departmental obligation was fulfilled in 2007 and at that time the Agreement was archived. He doesn’t think anybody keeps copies of agreements that are no longer applicable.
  • R. Shearer stated that NCT has a lot of documentation that Stock & Leader doesn’t have, and they shouldn’t be surprised by some of the things that come to light if they go through with the withdrawal.
  • M. Bollinger stated that if the Board decides to retain a different attorney, it will cost an estimated $10,000 – $20,000 just to get them up to speed. B. Hilt stated that she discussed this with SGB Council and they also think it will cost too much to have another attorney/law firm take over.
  • R. Shearer asked when is it ever a good time to replace legal counsel. He would rather have someone come in now and get up to speed so we do not have these issues with our legal counsel in the coming year.
  • M. Bollinger stated he was unable to attend the Heidelberg Township meeting. He requested N. Markle (Township Treasurer) to ask their Board at the meeting and to get back to him if they had a suggested replacement. To-date she has not gotten back to him, so he assumes they want to stay with W. Tilley.
  • L. Miller stated that he posed the question to the MT solicitor. After conducting his due diligence, their solicitor stated that he does not think a replacement is needed. He also said it would be costly to replace legal counsel at this point. That being said, their solicitor also stated that if the MT Board of Supervisors has lost confidence in present legal counsel, they need to act accordingly.
  • R. Whyland suggested this be tabled until the 2019 budget and cost concerns have been resolved. He agrees that it would be too expensive to hire a new attorney.
  • M. Bollinger stated that W. Tilley is “on notice”, and things need to be more transparent moving forward.    
  • Meeting adjourned at 9:32 pm.
  • Board reconvened into Public Session at 9:30 pm. Motion by R. Whyland, second by L. Miller to approve the 2019 Uniform Pension MMO with a 5% contribution from the officers.
  • Meeting adjourned into Executive Session at 8:15 pm to discuss personnel issues, with action to be taken on the 2019 MMO when reconvened into Public Session.
  • V. Nickell stated the department received (2) Right To Know requests from R. Shearer since the last meeting, one for the officers’ schedule and one for the audio of last month’s Police Board meeting. She wanted everyone to be aware that this information is available.
  • R. Shearer asked for an explanation of the decision from the State Ethics Commission regarding NCT being recused from future Executive Sessions due to a conflict of interest. M. Bollinger replied that they did not say yes or no. With that said, he apologized for the fact they were recused from ES two meeting ago, and in future he does not see any reason why NCT cannot participate in ES when discussing the possible withdrawal. The rest of the Board agreed with this assessment.
  • OTHER ITEMS:
  • 2019 Animal Control Service (ACS) Contract – V. Nickell stated the ACS contract with Michelle Klugh is the same as last year, with no increase to the retainer fee ($1,225). She clarified that in addition to the retainer fee she also charges for her time and mileage when she goes out on a call. Motion by L. Miller, second by S. Stambaugh to approve the contract for ACS in 2019 from Michelle Klugh. Motion carried unanimously.
  • NEW BUSINESS:
  • Motion by R. Whyland, second by L. Miller to table the discussion. Motion carried unanimously.

Submitted by:

 

V. Nickell

Police Administrator

Read Post

12/10/2018 – 12/23/2018

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

12/10/2018 00:45

THIRD

Phone call

 

 

PUBLIC

12/10/2018 03:03

SHARODEN

 

Repo info in the 3900 blk of Sharoden Dr, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

12/10/2018 10:42

MESSERSMITH

Assisted ambulance in the 3200 block of Messersmith Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

12/10/2018 10:59

MYERS

Request for assistance in the 2500 block of Myers Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/10/2018 11:32

SMITH STATION

 

Assist EMS 2100 blk Smith Station Rd.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/10/2018 14:35

 

HOFFACKER

Suspicious Condition 6300 blk Hoffacker Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

12/10/2018 14:49

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Disabled vehicle in the area of Indian Rock Dam Road and Days Mill Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

LOST & FOUND – LOST ARTICLES

12/10/2018 15:04

GROTHEY

 

Lost property in the area of Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

TRESPASSING OF REAL PROPERTY

 

12/10/2018 18:20

ARNOLD

 

Trespass complaint in the 4800 block of Arnold Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/10/2018 18:27

HERSHEY

Ambulance assist in the 7000 block of Hershey Rd.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-INVESTIGATE OPEN

12/10/2018 21:03

LINEBORO

 

Open door at 6800 blk of Lineboro

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/10/2018 21:26

 

ARNOLD

Assist person at 5000 blk of Arnold

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/10/2018 22:38

LEHMAN

Suspicious vehicle in the NCTWP park after hours.

 

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

12/11/2018 00:43

STOVERSTOWN

 

Mental health incident in the 2600 block of Stoverstown Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC

12/11/2018 09:45

N PINE

Wanted person info in Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

12/11/2018 12:07

DUBS CHURCH

 

Fire alarm in the 1900 block of Dubs Church Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/11/2018 12:09

 

LINEBORO

Phone Call 6800 blk Lineboro Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – ALL OTHER

12/11/2018 12:42

TUNNEL HILL

Criminal Mischief Tunnel Hill Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

12/11/2018 13:32

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

 

Alarm in the 5000 block of Zeiglers Church Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

12/11/2018 13:48

TIMBER CREST

Assisted ambulance in the 100 block of Timber Crest Drive, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

THEFT-UNDER $50-FROM AUTO (EXCEPT

12/11/2018 14:30

HERSHEY

Theft report in the 7000 block of Hershey Rd.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

12/11/2018 14:56

WALTERS HATCHERY

 

Traffic related problem in the 4200 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/11/2018 15:12

 

N PINE

Ambulance assist in the 400 block of N Pine Ave.

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

12/11/2018 15:50

N MAIN

Traffic related incident in the area of East Third Avenue and South Main

Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

12/11/2018 17:02

E THIRD

 

Mental health complaint in the first block of E Third Ave.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

 

12/11/2018 18:00

SEVEN VALLEYS

Business alarm in the 1300 block of seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/11/2018 19:02

LEXUS

Ambulance assist in the 3000 block of Lexus Dr

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/11/2018 19:58

MARINA

 

Suspicious vehicle on Marina Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/12/2018 01:42

 

SOUTH MAIN

Suspicious circumstance at 100 blk of S. Main St

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

12/12/2018 07:57

JEFFERSON

Report of a possible woods fire in the area of Route 116 and 516, NCT

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

12/12/2018 08:32

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

 

Report of a uncontrolled burn at an abandoned property in the 4300 block of

Zeiglers Church Rd, NCT

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

12/12/2018 08:58

YORK

3 vehicle MVA in the area of York Road and Jacobs Mill Road.

 

 

 

 

SEXUAL ASSAULT

12/12/2018 09:00

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

12/12/2018 10:00

N MAIN

 

Stray German Shepard picked up in the 400 block of N. Main St, SGB

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/12/2018 10:39

 

YORK

Debris in the roadway in the 5900 block of York Road.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/12/2018 14:30

STAMBAUGH

A North Codorus Twp woman rec’d a scam type phone call claiming her grandson

had been arrested and needed bail money.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

12/12/2018 14:45

STOVERSTOWN

 

A woman reported on-going domestic issues with her ex-boyfriend in the 2600

block of Stoverstown Road, NCT

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

12/12/2018 18:41

SEVEN VALLEYS

Sign down at the intersection of Seven Valleys Rd and Green Valley Rd, North

Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING DEATH

12/12/2018 19:41

EMIG

Fatal motor vehicle accident in the area of Haar Road and Emig Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/13/2018 10:06

SOUTH EAST

 

Parking problem in the first block of S East Street.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/13/2018 18:16

 

SOUTH MAIN

Suspicious vehicle in the area of Main St and Constitution Ave, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

DUI

12/13/2018 18:56

N MAIN

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/13/2018 18:57

YORK

 

Suspicious vehicle in the area of York Rd and Ambau Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE – DRUGS

 

12/14/2018 00:26

STOVERSTOWN

DUI and drug arrest in the area of Stoverstown and Lehman Roads, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-ALL OTHER

12/14/2018 09:00

 

SEVEN VALLEYS

Theft reported in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

12/14/2018 11:55

SMITH STATION

 

Child custody issues in the 1900 block of Smith Station Road, Heidelberg

Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/14/2018 13:07

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

Assisted ambulance in the 4400 block of Zeiglers Church Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/14/2018 13:35

YORK

 

Erratic drivers York Rd at Menges Mill Rd.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/14/2018 17:25

 

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Single vehicle reportable crash on Indian Rock Dam Road in the area of Smyser

Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/14/2018 17:31

LEHMAN

Non reportable accident on Lehman Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

12/14/2018 19:18

N MAIN

 

Assisted another department with an accident in the 500 block of N main St

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

12/14/2018 20:40

JEFFERSON

Ambulance assist in the 2100 block of Jefferson Rd

 

 

 

 

M.V.THEFT-STREET – RESIDENTIAL AREA

12/15/2018 00:52

SOUTH MAIN

Report of Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in the first block of S Main St

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/15/2018 01:33

SMOKETOWN

 

Suspicious circumstance at 2700 blk of Smoketown Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/15/2018 01:47

 

SMOKETOWN

Suspicious vehicle at 5500 blk Smoketown Rd

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/15/2018 02:36

SINSHEIM

Suspicious vehicle on Sinsheim Rd.

 

 

 

 

THEFT-UNDER $50-ALL OTHER

12/15/2018 08:00

SOUTH EAST

 

Theft in the first block of South East Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/15/2018 11:10

SMOKETOWN

Suspicious activity reported in the 2800 block of Smoketown Road, Manheim

Township.

 

 

 

WARRANTS-LOCAL-OTHER WARRANTS

12/15/2018 12:02

OLD HANOVER

Warrant arrest Colonial Valley Rd. at Old Hanover Rd.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/15/2018 15:50

STOVERSTOWN

 

Fraud reported in the 1800 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/15/2018 16:47

 

MOULSTOWN

Non reportable vehicle accident in the 6800 block of Moulstown Road, Heidelberg

Township.

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

12/15/2018 17:06

MAIN

Unattended death in the first block of South Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/15/2018 17:13

OLD HANOVER

 

Three vehicle accident on Old Hanover Rd.

 

 

 

M.V.THEFT-AUTO-SHOPPING CTR.,PARKING

 

12/15/2018 20:49

N MAIN

Vehicle theft in the 500 block of N Main St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

 

12/15/2018 23:58

GNATSTOWN

Tree down on Gnatstown Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

12/16/2018 03:22

SPRING FORGE

 

Assist another dept in the 400 block of Spring Forge Dr

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

12/16/2018 08:50

 

OLD JOSEPH

Domestic in the 3800 block of Old Joseph Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/16/2018 09:43

WALTERS HATCHER

Non reportable vehicle accident in the 4200 block of Walters Hatchery Road,

North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/16/2018 19:45

ARNOLD

 

Assist person regarding identity theft in the 5200 block of Arnold Road,

Manheim Township.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

 

12/16/2018 20:17

CANNON

Welfare check in the 3500 block of Cannon lane

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

12/17/2018 05:34

EAST CHURCH

Miscellaneous call in the first block of E Church Street.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

12/17/2018 07:43

INDIAN ROCK DAM

 

Car / Deer accident in the 3200 block of Indian Rock Dam Road, NCT

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

12/17/2018 12:50

 

ZEIGLERS CHURCH

Burglary alarm in the 5000 block of Zeiglers Church Road, NCT

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/17/2018 12:50

PALMER

Ambulance assist at 4100 blk of Palmer Ave

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

12/17/2018 14:14

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Single vehicle accident at 1300 blk of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/17/2018 15:37

ARMORY

Report of a suspicious person at the intersection of Armory Lane and Patriot

St, NCT

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

12/18/2018 09:20

OLD HANOVER

Report of the loose dog in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Road, HT

 

 

 

 

TWP ORD-ALL OTHER

12/18/2018 13:00

SUNNYSIDE

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

12/18/2018 14:37

SLAGEL

Mental health issue in the 2000 block of Slagel Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

12/18/2018 15:40

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

 

Information in the 4500 block of Zeiglers Church Rd.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/18/2018 18:15

SOUTH MAIN

Suspicious circumstances in the first block of S Main St, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/18/2018 22:01

N MAIN

Suspicious person in the 500 blk of N Main St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

12/19/2018 12:10

 

HOFF

Disabled vehicle in the 6100 block of Hoff Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/19/2018 12:46

LEHMAN

Ambulance assist in the 5400 block of Lehman Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/19/2018 14:09

N MAIN

 

SUPPLEMENTAL 12/19/2018 14:48 – 26   OFFICER JOSHUA RUMMEL

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

12/19/2018 16:46

OLD HANOVER

Assisted other police with a GPI on a vehicle in Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

12/19/2018 18:30

N PINE

Non criminal issue at 400 blk of N. Pine

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

12/19/2018 22:36

N EAST

 

Non criminal field contact at E. College At N. East St

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

12/19/2018 23:42

 

MACKENZIE

Domestic in the 3000 block of Mackenzi Lane

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/20/2018 00:26

SEVEN VALLEYS

Suspicious person in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/20/2018 02:41

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Disabled vehicle in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC

 

12/20/2018 04:20

PORTERS

Police information at 1100 Porters Rd

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

12/20/2018 06:55

SOUTH MAIN

Domestic in the 100 block of South Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

12/20/2018 06:55

 

PACKINGHOUSE

Assisted other agency with a vehicle accident in Jackson Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

12/20/2018 09:30

WALTERSDORFF

 

Alarm in the 5600 block of Waltersdorff Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/20/2018 14:52

STOVERSTOWN

Suspicious package reported in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/20/2018 16:00

TUNNEL HILL

Disabled vehicle in the 3200 block of Tunnel Hill Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/20/2018 16:55

DAYS MILL

 

Erratic driver in the area of Days Mill Rd near Buck Tail Ln.

 

 

 

LOST/MISSING PERSONS

12/20/2018 18:10

 

WALTERS HATCHERY

Missing person report in the 4500 block of Walters Hatchery Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/20/2018 19:02

SOUTH MAIN

Parking problem 100 blk of S. Main St.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

 

12/20/2018 19:35

BROWNSTONE

Assist Children & Youth in the 2200 block of Brownstone Lane

 

 

 

 

HARASSMENT BY COMMUNICATION

12/20/2018 19:42

SOUTH MAIN

Harassment complaint at 100 blk of S. Main St.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

12/20/2018 23:27

SLAGEL

 

Assist other police at 2200 blk of Slagel Rd

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

12/21/2018 05:35

 

TUNNEL HILL

Tree down in the area of Tunnel Hill Road and Twin Arch Road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/21/2018 10:04

ARMORY

EMS call in the 3800 block of Armory Lane.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

12/21/2018 10:39

WALTERS HATCHER

 

Sign down in the 4400 block of Walters Hatchery Road.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

12/21/2018 11:30

OLD HANOVER

Suspicious vehicle in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Road.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

12/21/2018 13:10

CAMPWOODS

Field contact in the 4500 block of Campwoods Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

12/21/2018 20:14

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle on York Rd near Ambau Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

12/21/2018 21:25

 

GLATCO LODGE

Tree down on Glatco Lodge Rd near Moulstown Rd N, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

12/21/2018 22:48

SINSHEIM

Suspicious circumstances in the area of Sinsheim Rd and Park Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

12/22/2018 05:28

GLENVILLE

 

MVA in the area of Glenville Road and Gier Road.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

12/22/2018 09:51

HAMLET DR WEST

Assist other PD in the 400 block of Hamlet Drive West.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

12/22/2018 17:25

SEVEN VALLEYS

Reportable crash at the intersection of Seven Valleys Rd and Cherylwood Dr,

North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/22/2018 18:06

SOUTH WATER

 

Erratic driver call in the area of South Water Street and West Constitution

Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE

12/22/2018 20:11

 

YORK

DUI arrest in the 5600 block of York Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

12/22/2018 22:14

MYERS

 

Struck deer in the area of Myers Rd and Bentz Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

 

12/22/2018 23:13

SEVEN VALLEYS

Alarm in the 1300 blk of Seven Valleys Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

12/23/2018 02:00

STOVERSTOWN

Struck deer in the 2400 block of Stoverstown, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

12/23/2018 02:25

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Assist EMS in the 2200 blk of Seven Valleys Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

12/23/2018 07:31

 

LINEBORO

Traffic problem in the 5200 block of Lineboro Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

12/23/2018 12:15

OLD HANOVER

Field contact in the 6500 block of Old Hanover Road.

 

 

 

 

MEDICAL EMERGENCY

12/23/2018 13:23

TIMBER CREST

 

Assisted a North Codorus Twp woman who was having a medical

emergency.

 

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF – ALL OTHER

 

12/23/2018 17:32

W CONSTITUTION

Criminal Mischief in the area of West constitution Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

12/23/2018 19:09

GLATFELTERS STA

Mental health subject in the 6300 block of Glatfelters Station Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

12/23/2018 21:41

SOUTH EAST

 

Service call in the 26 block of South East Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

Read Post

November 2018

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                November 2018

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             166

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      74

Manheim                                                                                                                        43

Spring Grove                                                                                                                49

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         4

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             336

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

West Manheim                                                                                                                 1

West Manchester                                                                                                             1

Springettsbury Twp                                                                                                          1

PSP                                                                                                                                 1

 

TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           51

Written Warnings                                                                                                          96

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                             3

Written Warnings                                                                                                              7

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           26

Written Warnings                                                                                                           15

 

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                            6

Written Warnings                                                                                                              9

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                       18 (13 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  0 (0 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                     4 (2 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                            14 (6 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (1) Aggravated Assault; (1) Simple Assault; (1) Terroristic Threats; (1) Unauthorized Use of MV; (5) DUI; (2) Underage Drinking; (2) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Harassment; (1) False Identification to Law Enforcement; (1) Possession/Fraudulent Tag; (1) Littering

 

Manheim – (1) Sale/Transfer of Firearm; (1) False Information to Law Enforcement; (1) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia

 

Spring Grove – (1) Simple Assault; (1) Obstruction of Justice; (1) Resisting Arrest; (1) Theft; (3) Receiving Stolen Property; (1) Possession/ Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia;

(2) Distributing Non-Controlled Substance as Controlled; (1) Harassment; (2) Loitering & Prowling

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 11/23/2018):

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus            176,978.29             176,902.54           -0.04% (Under 75.75 Hrs)

Heidelberg                    66,792.94               66,944.73          +0.23% (Over 151.79 Hrs)

Manheim                      61,403.28               61,379.60          -0.04% (Under 23.68 Hrs)

Spring Grove                59,450.25               59,397.89          -0.09% (Under 52.36 Hrs)

 

2018 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                11,910.91              11,950.48          +0.332% (Over 39.57 Hrs)

Heidelberg                       4,512.57                 4,639.89            +2.821% (Over 127.31 Hrs)

Manheim                         4,011.52              4,007.91           -0.090% (Under 3.61 Hrs)

Spring Grove                   4,157.75              3,994.48          -3.927% (Under 163.27 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             65.3075%                    34.6925%

Heidelberg                    65.7541%                    34.2459%

Manheim                      67.0524%                    32.9476%

Spring Grove                55.6366%                    44.3634%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘18      Investigative Time ’09-‘18

 

North Codorus             59.2765%                    40.7235%

Heidelberg                    59.8121%                    40.1879%

Manheim                      59.0146%                    40.9854%

Spring Grove                50.9782%                    49.0218%

 

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