Milton Police Department

  • Agency: Milton Police Department
  • Address: 1 Filbert St, Milton , 17847 PA
  • Chief: Craig Lutcher (Chief of Police)
Phone: 570-742-8757
Fax: 570-742-2325

Milton Police Department is located at 1 Filbert St, Milton , 17847 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Craig Lutcher. The Milton Police Department phone number is 570-742-8757.

Milton Police Department News

****PUBLIC BOLO****PUBLIC BOLO****PUBLIC BOLO**** The Milton Police Department is investigating two unrelated incidents that the public could assist with. The first incident involves the taking of 12 pickup truck rims and tires that were on private property. Below are pictures of one of two males and a box truck that may be involved. These individuals were observed removing tires from another location. If you recognize this individual or the box truck please send us a private message with your information. Please do not post publicly. The second incident involves damage to private property on Turbot Avenue. A vehicle jumped a curb and drove into the adjacent yard causing damage. In doing so the vehicle damaged it's front bumper leaving pieces of it as it left the scene. Milton Police are looking for a dark blue 2005 - 2010 Scion tC with front end damage(picture below is not the suspect vehicle but illustrates make and model of vehicle). If you have any information on this vehicle please send us a private message. Please do not post publicy.

**** POLICE ACTIVITY NOTICE **** The past week has been a busy one for officers. In addition to their regular duties and response to calls-for-service, on the evening of Tuesday March 6th a vehicle stop was conducted on Broadway. Subsequent investigation resulted in both the female driver and male passenger were found to have active warrants. Both were transported to a county prison. On Wednesday March 7th Milton Police assisted Union County Sheriff's deputies in the Borough where two individuals were taken into custody on active warrants. On the evening of Friday March 9th officers were conducting followup interviews regarding an active felony investigation. Later in the evening the vehicle in question was observed travelling in the Borough of Watsontown. A traffic stop was conducted by Watsontown Police and it was determined that the male and female who were in the vehicle had active warrants and were taken into custody. Both were transported to a county prison. Milton Police would like to take this moment and thank the members of the Union County Sheriff's Office and Watsontown Police who have assisted us in apprehending these wanted individuals.

**** UPDATE **** UPDATE **** UPDATE **** **** SUSPICIOUS PERSON REPORT **** February 27, 2018 Due to the large amount of responses provided by the public the suspicious male from this investigation has been identified. The MPD would like to thank you all who assisted in helping us identify the individual. This investigation is ongoing.

**** SUSPICIOUS PERSON REPORT **** On Monday February 26, 2018 the Milton Police Department received a complaint regarding a suspicious male on a bicycle at the entrance of the Milton Village complex across from the Milton High School. The complaint referred to the male attempting to make conversation with teenage girls as they walked into the Milton Village complex. It was reported that the statements made to the girls were not lewd or suggestive but did make the girls feel uncomfortable. It was reported that male was not aggressive in any way. The individual was described as a white male in his 50’s wearing a black hoodie riding a dark colored mountain bike. Anyone having information regarding this incident, a similar incident or the individual involved please contact the Milton Police Department at 570/742-8757.

We offer our deepest condolences to all those affected by the tragic events in Parkland, Florida.

**UPDATE******************************************************************************************* **On 2/9/18 Plotts turned himself in to Milton Police. Plotts was then arraigned before District Magistrate Diehl on charges of simple assault and harassment. Milton Police Dept is attempting to locate a Michael John Plotts for his involvement in a domestic assault that occurred on Mahoning st. on this date of 02/09/18. Plotts is said to be in a silver color 2002 Dodge Intrepid w/ large scrape down one side LP# JZF8798. If located or seen contact : MILTON Police at 570-742-8757 or Dispatch at 570-523-1113.

The Milton Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of part-time police officer. All applicants must currently be ACT 120 certified or enrolled in an ACT 120 program. Please review attached notice for more information.

🙏 Rest In Peace, brother. You gave the ultimate sacrifice doing your duty & will always be a hero. God speed. We have the watch from here.

MPD would like to express condolences & mourns, along w/many, the recent incident in HARRISBURG where a U.S. Marshal died protecting residents. While serving a warrant as part of the U.S. Marshal’s task force, three officers were shot, including a Harrisburg police officer, who was wounded and bravely returned fire killing the gunman.