Aston Township Police Department

  • Agency: Aston Township Police Department
  • Address: 5021 Pennell Rd, Aston Twp , 19014 PA
  • Chief: Daniel A Ruggieri (Chief of Police)

Aston Township Police Department is located at 5021 Pennell Rd, Aston Twp , 19014 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel A Ruggieri. The Aston Township Police Department phone number is 610-497-2633.

Aston Township Police Department News

Aston Community Center is open 7:30a-9:00p as a warming and charging center. It can remain open longer if needed, even overnight. Residents with emergency or acute needs should call 911. Report power outages to PECO at 800.841.4141,

Male found on Morgan Road, no collar and is wearing a diaper. Call 610-497-2633 and ask for Officer Grosso. ****Owner located****

R.I.P. Barry E. Cade #dontmovethebarricades #dontrunthemovereither

We just posted about this last night. Please, please don’t drive around our barricades. They are there for a reason. Remember this is someones’s loved one, NO NEGATIVE COMMENTS!

Please clear off your windshields. It should be noted that this was not in Aston, but it’s not far from the truth.

Is the road open? #dontmovethebarricades

Some pics from Friday’s storm damage!

The Aston Community Center is open to the residents who do not have power. The hours are 10am-8pm, but will remain open later if needed.

Mount Road has reopened. The tree has been cleared.

Mount Road is closed between Red Hill Road and Woodcrest Avenue. A tree has fallen and completely blocked the roadway. Vehicles cannot get through. Please do not take down the barricades!!!!

The Aston Township Community Center is now open for warming and charging until 11pm. Residents with more acute needs should call 911.

ROAD OPEN! Pennell Road has reopened. Thank you for your patience. Thank you PECO and Penn-Dot.

Pennell Road between Mt. Alverno Road and Village Green Trailer Park is closed in both directions due to a downed tree. Use Old Pennell Road to get around it. ***UPDATE 1:15 PM**** Pennell Road is still closed because of the tree. We do not have a time line on when the tree will be removed. Also, the traffic signals at Pennell Road and Lamp Post Lane, Pennell Road and Duttons Mill Road, and Concord Road and Duttons Mill Road are still not working. Again, no time line on when the power will come back on. Last but not least, Tryens Road between Hunters Run and SunnyBank Lane is closed due to a tree that has fallen over.

Do you know me? Female dachshund mix found near Bridgewater and Judy. Thanks

Aston Police are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred on Concord Road by 3J’s Tires on Valentine’s Day. We are looking for this white Lincoln Avaitor or Navigator being driven by a white male. If this is you, turn yourself in now as we will find you. If you know who this is, please call or message us. We have collected several more surveillance tapes from this area and are reviewing them now. Thanks

Congratulations to our newest part-time Officer Anthony Grosso, who was sworn in today by Judge Holefelder. Officer Grosso will be assigned to Officer Hall (holding the Bible) during his field training.

*****Owner Located***** This female was found in the cul-de-sac of Penns Court of Concord Road, by Fisher’s Corner. Do you recognize me? Thanks

The dogs are hungry and they’re coming for you! #flyeaglesfly Philadelphia Eagles

We all know someone is not sleeping well. Help Cocco’s find the owner of this teddy bear.

Female found on Concord Road at the 7-11. Wearing a green collar. Has a chip, but no one answers the phone number associated with the chip. Please call 911 to speak with an Aston Officer.

****** Owner located ***** It’s that time again. Time to play “Are you my owner?” This male bulldog was found jaywalking in the road on Tuscany near Wickersham. He is older and has cataracts in his left eye. No Chip.

While you or your kids are off today, let us remind you why they’re off. MLK or Michael King JR. (Yes, you heard that right) is the reason why. Michael and his father, Michael, later both became Martin and that is how we refer to them. The younger, MLK Jr., “had a dream,” and that dream was local. MLK attended Crozer theological seminary in Upland, PA graduating with a B.Div degree in 1951. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using the tactics of nonviolence and civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs.

Poodle found on Weir at Bancroft. No collar or chip. Is wearing a red sweater and a diaper. Call 911 to speak with an Aston officer. ***Owner Located***