Tyrone Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Tyrone Borough Police Department
  • Address: 1100 Logan Ave, Tyrone, 16686 PA
  • Chief: Joseph Beachem (Chief of Police)
Phone: 814-684-1364

Tyrone Borough Police Department is located at 1100 Logan Ave, Tyrone, 16686 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Joseph Beachem. The Tyrone Borough Police Department phone number is 814-684-1364.

Tyrone Borough Police Department News

This little girl was found this evening. She will be at the Tyrone Police Dept. for a while please contact the Department to claim her.

Trunk or Treat happening at Reservoir Park at 6pm tonight, come join in the fun!!!🎃☠️

The Tyrone Police Department and Borough offices had some Trick or Treat visitors this morning!!!!

Come out after the Parade! Tyrone PD will be there too!

MISSING since 10/5/2017 is Toby. A orange and white long haired fixed, 6yr old male cat, about 20lbs, very friendly. Missing from Washington Ave & 7th St area. Any persons with information is asked to contact Tyrone Police Department at 814-684-1364.

FOUND: Set of BMW keys in the downtown area. Please come to the Police Department M-F 8am - 4pm to claim.

Lost yesterday morning when she slipped her collar and made a getaway! If you have any information, please message the department. We can put you in touch with the owner.

Check out this great event and bring the family!

** WANTED ** Name: Matthew D Barger DOB: 05/05/1975 Tyrone Borough Police Department has a felony warrant for the arrest of the above named person in regards to an incident that occured in September 2016. BARGER also has an active felony warrant out of Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of BARGER is asked to contact Tyrone Borough Police Department at 814-684-1364 or Non-Emergency number 814-940-5910. All information/names remain ANONYMOUS. DO NOT TRY TO APPREHEND THIS INDIVIDUAL YOURSELF

On 9/12/2017, at approximately 1200 hours, the suspect involved in the theft of a firearm, which occurred within the borough, was successfully apprehended. The suspect was found within the attic of a residence and had access to a stolen firearm within the residence. Tyrone Police Department would like to thank Pennsylvania State Police and AMED for their assistance in this incident. The assets they provided played a key role in the safe and successful resolution to this incident for all parties involved. The coordination and professionalism between local and state agencies ensured a peaceful and effective end to this potentially dangerous incident. We would also like to extend our thanks to residents in the area for their cooperation throughout this incident. Their cooperation ensured that others were not placed into harm’s way.

On this day we remember the innocents and heroes that gave the ultimate sacrifice. We also should not forget the survivors and families of victims that live with the events of September 11th, 2001, every day. Finally we thank those that have sacrificed for our nation, and have proudly served our nation and communities. It's because of these individuals our freedom endures. Let this day be a reminder to never take each day and our freedoms for granted. Never Forget.

Check out these listings for the Tyrone Community Yard Sale being held on Saturday, September 9th. Enjoy the weather and find some great local deals!

Great way to start your shift is to come in and see a giant thank you card from the kids! Thank you Karen! I really did enjoy talking with your daycare class! Thank you for having me!!

Thank you to Scott Hiller for inviting me to speak to the Rotary Club this evening! As community organizations I hope we can work together on new projects to enhance and improve our community and it's members. Thank you again for having me!

There has been a recent trend of persons loitering in the area of the "Park and Ride", and leaving trash in the area. We would like to post a reminder of borough ordinances for loitering and littering, which apply to all areas within the borough. The purpose of the "Park and Ride" is to provide residents with a safe and clean area to car pool from. The Borough Highway Department works hard to keep this area clean and available for the community. Together we can keep such areas a great resource for residents to enjoy. Please see below for links to the ordinances. Littering: http://ecode360.com/16109136 Loitering: http://ecode360.com/16129093

On 8/24/2017 at approximately 1133 hours the suspect involved in the armed robbery at Choice Cigarettes was apprehended after a short foot pursuit. Tyrone Police Department would like to extend our thanks to the members of the community that provided credible information that ultimately resulted in the arrest of this suspect. Furthermore a special thank you goes out to a member of the community that assisted the pursuing officer in the apprehension of the suspect. The suspect was resisting arrest and the quick thinking and assistance from the members of our community helped keep the officer safe and also avoid having to use more force in controlling the suspect. The efforts of the community are greatly appreciated and are incredibly helpful in bringing cases like this to a quick close. With combined efforts we can resolve most incidents in a timely manner and bring things to a more peaceful resolution. Again, thank you to all who gave information and assistance in this matter.

We are aware of power being out in several areas in and around Tyrone. It is currently unknown exactly when power will be restored. However some areas area expected to not have power restored until as late as tomorrow afternoon (8/20/2017). Be careful to avoid downed trees and power lines. If you encounter downed power lines, do not attempt to travel over them or move them. Use extra caution at intersections with non-working traffic signals. DURING A POWER OUTAGE: Safety Tips - Only use flashlights for emergency lighting, candles can cause fires. - Keep refrigerator and freezer doors closed. Most food requiring refrigeration can be kept safely in a closed refrigerator for several hours. An unopened refrigerator will keep food cold for about 4 hours. A full freezer will keep the temperature for about 48 hours. - Take steps to remain cool if it is hot outside. In intense heat when the power may be off for a long time, consider going to a movie theater, shopping mall or “cooling shelter” that may be open in your community. If you remain at home, move to the lowest level of your home, since cool air falls. Wear lightweight, light-colored clothing. Drink plenty of water, even if you do not feel thirsty. - Put on layers of warm clothing if it is cold outside. Never burn charcoal for heating or cooking indoors. Never use your oven as a source of heat. If the power may be out for a prolonged period, plan to go to another location (the home of a relative or friend, or a public facility) that has heat to keep warm. - Turn off or disconnect appliances and other equipment in case of a momentary power “surge” that can damage computers and other devices. Consider adding surge protectors. - If you are considering purchasing a generator for your home, consult an electrician or engineer before purchasing and installing. - Only use generators away from your home and NEVER run a generator inside a home or garage, or connect it to your home's electrical system. AFTER A POWER OUTAGE: - Throw away any food that has been exposed to temperatures 40° F (4° C) for 2 hours or more or that has an unusual odor, color or texture. When in doubt, throw it out! - If food in the freezer is colder than 40° F and has ice crystals on it, you can refreeze it. - Contact your doctor if you’re concerned about medications having spoiled. - Restock your emergency kit with fresh batteries, canned foods and other supplies

Any persons with credible information are asked to contact Norfolk Southern Railway Police at 1-800-453-2530 or Blair County Crime Solvers at 814-695-7555.

Good luck to you Vilo! Thank you for your service to your community and enjoy retirement!

Don't forget!! We are only a month away!