Weatherly Police Department

  • Agency: Weatherly Police Department
  • Address: 10 Wilbur St, Weatherly , 18255 PA
  • Chief: Brian Markovchick (Chief of Police)
Phone: (570)427-4241

Weatherly Police Department is located at 10 Wilbur St, Weatherly , 18255 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Brian Markovchick. The Weatherly Police Department phone number is (570)427-4241.

Weatherly Police Department News

The Weatherly Boro is placing the Snow Ban in effect for tomorrow January 16th 2018 starting at 7:00am. Your continued cooperation in ensuring your vehicles are parked the proper way is greatly appreciated by our Officers and our Street Department. Thank you!

The Weatherly Borough has put a reverse snow ban into effect for 01/13/2018 starting at 2:00PM

The Weatherly Borough has put a snow ban into effect for 01/12/2018 starting at 8:00PM.

Reverse snow ban will be in at 5:30 pm tonight. Thanks WPD

The Weatherly Borough is placing the snow ban in for 10:30am today. Thanks WPD

Snow ban is now cancelled. Thanks WPD

The Weatherly Borough is placing the snow ban in for 6pm tonight. Thanks WPD

Officer Goho support raffle

Hi everyone 12:00 today the raffle will be announced on facebook live, stay tuned for the winners!! Thanks for your support WPD

The Weatherly Borough is placing the snow ban in for 8pm tonight. Thanks WPD

Thanks to the great people at for supplying these items valued at over $200 for our raffle in support of Officer Goho. There's still time to order your shirts and raffle tickets. Thanks WPD

We are asking for your help! The Officers of the Weatherly Police Department are selling t-shirts to raise money for our sister Officer Ashley Goho. Ashley has worked for the Weatherly Police since 2006. A couple years ago Ashley lost her mother to cancer. Three weeks ago Ashley found out that her 35 yr old sister, who lives out of state, has stage 4 breast cancer. Finding out this news, Ashley started to organize a fundraiser to help her sister with expenses. Ashley thought she should get checked as well and with great sadness we report that Ashley found she has cancer. She is set to undergo surgery on the 29th of this month. If you would like to buy a t-shirt please stop by the Police station or ask for a order form to be sent to you, email or message us, orders must be prepaid! Thank you to all that help! T-shirts are $20 each. The sizes are as follows: Small, Medium, Large and XL, $22 for 2XL and ladies V-neck. All proceeds will go directly to Officer Goho to help with expenses. We will also be holding a raffle to raise money for Ashley. Tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10. Top prize is a YETI 45 cooler other prizes include a Weber tailgating Yuengling lager grill, two 30 oz YETI Stainless Rambler Tumblers, along with many more prizes. The drawing will be on December 22nd for the raffle. Please see any Weatherly Officer for more details or to purchase tickets or shirts. Thanks WPD

The following changes have been listed for the snow ban. Please look it over snow is quickly approaching. Thanks, WPD

Thanks to Weatherly Cub Scouts Pack 007 for visiting us. We enjoyed showing you our equipment and how to talk on the radio. Come back soon. Thanks, WPD

Officer Mariano and Officer Kubert spoke with kids at Zion Lutheran Church daycare about safety today. Thanks for having us, WPD

Thanks to the Clarke and Ursta families for a very special night. We greatly appreciate it the support. WPD

Weatherly School parade was a success, thanks to everyone who came out to support our school. WPD

Hello everyone for the upcoming week we have some information for you. Shepard House Walk: Saturday 10/28 9am Halloween Parade Sunday 10/29 2pm Trick or Treat Tuesday 10/31 6pm-8pm Thanks WPD

The Weatherly Area School District and the Weatherly Police Department invite you to an informational night to discuss ALICE. Wednesday October 25, 2017 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM At the Weatherly Middle School Cafeteria

Chief Markovchick would like to invite members of the community to the first police and community resolution session held October 4th 2017 from 6:00 to 8:30pm at the Weatherly Borough building. Chief Markovchick will be hosting an informal walk in session where residents may make a report of an issue, seek guidance, or formally raise a concern relating to safety, security, or local dispute issues. Many times people have problems of which they are unsure if arise to a level of criminal nature. People are often reluctant to call the police, fearing that their perceived “minor” problem is not something to tie up police resources on, or that there is nothing we can do. Likewise in some cases people don’t know if their issues should be handled through criminal channels or the civil courts. Some residents may know they have a dilemma, but simply don’t know where to turn for assistance, even if no crime has been committed. The goal of the police and community resolution is to successfully address and resolve resident’s issues before they rise to a level in which formal legal action is necessary, and to help people work through their problems. The Weatherly Police department has numerous external agencies and resources capable of aiding most people with their concerns. If their issue is one that would warrant a police investigation, an official report will be taken and police resources will be dedicated. Anonymous reports of criminal wrongdoing may also be made during these sessions although the Weatherly Police Department encourages everyone to contact the police at any time through either the Borough police phone (570-427-4241) or Carbon County 911. These sessions serve for the convenience of those who are uncomfortable with traditional reporting. These sessions will be scheduled in the evening and on weekends to better accommodate the schedules of working residents. Again, the first session will be held on October 4 2017 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Sessions will be informal and no appointment is needed. Simply walk in and have a cup of coffee and talk to the chief or an officer.

The Weatherly Police is seeking the public's assistance with an incident that occurred last night 9/15 at 10:45pm. Three males were observed damaging a vehicle in the 400 block of Third St. Two males got back into a newer 4 door sedan silver or possibly gray in color and the other ran on foot. If you have any information or tips please call us at 427-4241. All information is confidential. Thanks, WPD

The Weatherly Police have an IPOD that was found in the borough in our possession. The owner can contact us to claim it at any time. Thanks, WPD

The Weatherly Police Department has received numerous reports of solicitation via phone. The caller states they are asking for donations for the PA State Police. This is a scam as the PA State Police does not solicit for donations or funding in any form as they are funded totally by tax dollars. We are reminding all residents not to give out any bank details or personal information to unknown sources. If you have any questions you can contact us at 570-427-4241. Thanks, WPD