Boyertown Police Department

  • Agency: Boyertown Police Department
  • Address: 100 S Washington St, Boyertown , 19512 PA
  • Chief:
Phone: 610-369-3050
Fax: 610-369-3044
Email:

Boyertown Police Department is located at 100 S Washington St, Boyertown , 19512 PA. The Boyertown Police Department phone number is 610-369-3050.

Boyertown Police Department News

This bicycle was found and believed to be stolen. If anyone recognizes this bicycle or knows who the owner is please contact Officer HOPPES at (610) 369-3050 Thanks..

Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project will kick off the 2017-2018 grant year with Wave1 scheduled for October 23rd to November 19th. There are over 240 municipal police agencies and the Pennsylvania State Police scheduled to participate to reduce the number of Aggressive Driving related crashes, injuries and deaths on roadways throughout the State. The focus for this 4-week enforcement Wave will be Speeding, Following Too Closely (tailgating), and Driving right, Passing left. Law Enforcement agencies will monitor roadways for motorists exhibiting other unsafe driving behaviors such as; driving too fast for conditions, careless driving, red light running and any other aggressive driving actions. Participating Agencies will use Traffic Enforcement Zones, Saturation Patrols, Speed Enforcement Details, Work Zone Enforcement and Multi-Jurisdictional Patrol strategies to identify and cite aggressive drivers.

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Attempt to Identify: The Boyertown Police are investigating a Robbery that occured at the Circle K on 7/5/2017 at 00:34 hours. If anyone has any information on the incident or can identify the male pictured above they are asked to call the Boyertown Police at (610)369-3050. Thanks.

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: The Boyertown Police are attempting to identify the two pictured suspects. The two males are suspects in a retail theft at Zimmers Pet Shop on East Philadelphia Ave. If anyone recognizes these males they are asked to call Officer Barry T Koch. (610)369-3050. THANKS

Missing from South Jefferson St. The cats name is Jhibli. If anyone finds this cat they are asked to call us so that we can notify the owner. Thanks

The suspect in the retail theft from Circle K has been identified. Thanks for all the help.

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: The Boyertown Police are investigating a retail theft incident that occurred at the Circle K on South Reading Ave. We are once again asking for your help with identifying the pictured male. If anyone knows who this male is they are asked to call Cpl. Myers at (610)369-3050 Thanks again and because of your help we were able to solve every single theft we placed on our page to date.

Update on the retail theft incident at the Circle K. The suspects have been identified thanks to all of your help. Thanks again to everyone who called in or left me a message.

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ADVISORY: The Snow Emergency will be extended until Midnight tonight from 9PM. The road department is out working around the clock and will need a little more time to make sure all the roads are clear for the residents. Thanks

SNOW EMERGENCY: The Borough of Boyertown has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY starting 03/13/2017 at 9PM and ending on 03/14/2017 at 9PM. The snow emergency routes are posted and should be clear of vehicles at the start of the SNOW EMERGENCY. The following streets are declared SNOW EMRGENCY routes in the Borough. All of East and West Philadelphia Ave within the Borough. All of North and South Reading Ave within the Borough. All of North and South Madison St within the Borough. We ask that you share this post or if you live on any of these routes please share with your neighbors. Starting at midnight we will be checking for vehicles that remain parked on these routes. We will do our best to track down the owner and have them move their vehicles, but as a last resort we will unfortunately be forced to have the vehicles towed from the routes. Thanks

SNOW EMERGENCY: The Borough of Boyertown has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY starting 02/09/2017 at Midnight. The snow emergency routes are posted and should be clear of vehicles at the start of the SNOW EMERGENCY. The following streets are declared SNOW EMRGENCY routes in the Borough. All of East and West Philadelphia Ave within the Borough. All of North and South Reading Ave within the Borough. All of North and South Madison St within the Borough. We ask that you share this post or if you live on any of these routes please share with your neighbors. Starting at midnight we will be checking for vehicles that remain parked on these routes. We will do our best to track down the owner and have them move their vehicles, but as a last resort we will unfortunately be forced to have the vehicles towed from the routes. Thanks

UPDATE: Just an update on the Robbery post from 01/05/2017. An arrest has been made in this case however it was not for Robbery. The arrest was made for False Reports to Law Enforcement. Through investigation it was found that the Robbery never occurred. Thanks to everyone who called in with information on vehicles matching the description given.

Press Release: On 01/05/17, at approx. 4:20PM, The Boyertown Police Department responded to a robbery that is reported to have occurred, in the alley, near 14 North Washington Street. Two male subjects got out of a vehicle, approached a 16 Year old male, displayed a handgun and stole a wallet. A description of the vehicle and suspects was obtained and is as follows: A black Honda, with black tinted windows, a loud exhaust and black rims. The vehicle did not have a spoiler on the back. Two males, one wearing a ski mask, the other wearing a Halloween scream style mask. Please contact investigating officer Kyle H. Morgan or the on duty officer at the Boyertown Police Department (610) 369-3050, with any pertinent information.

MISSING PERSON: Missing since 12/29/2016 is a Tyler Patrick OSBORNE of 648 Rhoads Ave in Boyertown. If anyone knows where Tyler might be or have heard from him since they are asked to call The Boyertown Police at (610)369-3050. Thanks

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ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: Video from the earlier post.

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: The Boyertown Police are attempting to identify the pictured male. The male is now wanted for Burglary and various other charges stemming from an incident that occurred on 09/26/2016 at the UNI-CAST building on North Washington St. If anyone knows this male they are asked to call Officer Barry Koch (610) 369-3050. Thanks

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: Once again we are asking for help to identify a suspect in a Retail theft at the Circle K. If anyone can identify the pictured female they are asked to call Cpl. Myers at (610)369-3050 Thanks!!

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: The Boyertown Police are attempting to identify the above pictured male. The male is wanted for Retail Theft from the Circle K located at 120 South Reading Ave in Boyertown. If anyone recognizes this male they are asked to call Cpl. Myers at (610) 369-3050. Thanks

PRESS RELEASE: The Boyertown Police Department would like to announce the permanent closure of E. Third Street between S. Chestnut Street and Pear Street in the Borough today. This closure follows a decision of Borough Council several months ago, and is accompanied by the addition of stop signs on E. Third Street eastbound at S. Chestnut, and on E. Second Street eastbound and westbound at S. Chestnut Street - meaning the intersections of E.Third and Chestnut, and Second and Chestnut have become all way stop intersections. Police will begin monitoring these new stop locations for driver compliance, and ask drivers in the borough to be especially alert to the changes until all drivers become familiar with the new traffic patterns. Early reports indicate that driver compliance may be low, and we want to try to correct that through information and education before it leads to accidents, and before we begin enforcement.