Warren City Police Department

  • Agency: Warren City Police Department
  • Address: 318 W 3rd Ave #3, Warren, 16365 PA
  • Chief: Raymond F Zydonik (Chief of Police)
Phone: 814-723-2700

Warren City Police Department is located at 318 W 3rd Ave #3, Warren, 16365 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Raymond F Zydonik. The Warren City Police Department phone number is 814-723-2700.

Warren City Police Department News

Date: March 7, 2018 News Release: Terroristic Threats at Beaty Middle School On 3/6/2018, at approximately 2040 hours, the Warren Police Department responded to a threat that was made by a student at Beaty Middle School. The accused indicated that he was going to “shoot up the school” and “blow up peoples’ houses”. After a lengthy and thorough investigation, a juvenile petition was prepared charging him with Terroristic Threats and Disorderly Conduct. An emergency hearing was held in front of the Honorable Maureen Skerda, President Judge, where the juvenile was ordered to house arrest with monitoring.

Warren Police with Marc Mero - Be Against Destructive Decisions

Brand: Specialized Color: Neon green Make: 21 speed Mountain Bike This bike was stolen from Cambridge Warren on Wednesday, September 6th between 4:00pm and 7:00pm. At this time, the serial number is not known but it believed it is the only bike like this in the Warren area. Bike is valued at $600.00. IR# 20170906M3489

These two subjects vandalized property in the area of Prospect and Jackson. These are the only photos and the only quality available. Any assistance with identification would be appreciated.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 11, 2017 PennDOT Offers Free Audio Version of PA Driver’s Manual Online Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has announced that for the first time an audio version of the Pennsylvania Non-Commercial Driver’s Manual is now available for free download on its website. “Making sure that all citizens have equal access to information is of utmost importance,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “Making an audio version of the Pennsylvania Driver’s Manual available to our citizens is an important step in ensuring that access.” The audio manual is especially useful for individuals with learning issues, but it is also a convenient way to study the manual on the go. Audio files can be streamed from the website or downloaded onto a computer or device. Audio files are broken down by chapter. “We are proud to offer this additional option, and continue to seek new ways to make our publications more accessible to all of our customers,” said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards. “ The audio manual is the first of several enhancements to PennDOT’s online publications, including tutorial videos. Customers can view and download the most up-to-date version of all PennDOT Driver and Vehicle Services forms, publications and manuals from its website, www.dmv.pa.gov. MEDIA CONTACT: Alexis Campbell, PennDOT, 717-787-0485 # # #

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 17, 2017 Wolf Administration Announces Traffic Deaths Drop to Record Low in 2016, Bucking National Trend Crash Information Tool Updated, Strategic Highway Safety Plan Released Harrisburg, PA – PennDOT today announced that traffic deaths in Pennsylvania reached a record low in 2016 with 1,188 fatalities on Pennsylvania roadways last year, a new low since record keeping began in 1928, and seven less than 2015. “Our biggest priority is to keep the public safe through innovation, roadway improvements, and educational outreach,” Governor Wolf said. “As fatality numbers continue to trend downward, we still need to change driver behavior, keeping in mind that each person killed in a crash is a member of someone’s family.” While the number of highway deaths dropped in many types of crashes, there were significant decreases noted in run-off the road, hit fixed object, and drinking driver fatalities. Fatalities in run-off the road crashes dropped from 580 in 2015 to 518. Hit fixed object fatalities also decreased from 459 in 2015 to 401 last year. Deaths attributed to drinking-driver-related crashes declined to 263, down from 306 in 2015. Fatalities increased in some types of crashes. There were 279 fatalities that occurred at intersections, up from 251 in 2015. Also, pedestrian deaths resulting from crashes increased to 172 up from 153 in 2015. Underscoring PennDOT’s commitment to changing driver behavior and work toward zero deaths, the 2017 Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) was released in February. The SHSP was developed to maintain and build on momentum achieved by the state's previous strategic plans and outlines both existing and new strategies that can be applied throughout the state. The plan, along with other highway safety information, is viewable at www.penndot.gov/safety. In addition, from 2012 to 2016, PennDOT has invested more than $376 million in Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program funds on 434 unique safety projects. During that same timeframe, another $50 million was invested in low-cost safety improvements at approximately 4,000 locations. Examples of low-cost safety countermeasures include centerline and edge-line rumble strips, and signing and pavement markings. PennDOT also invests about $20 million annually in federal grant funds for safety education and enforcement efforts statewide. The department also unveiled a new mapping tool on its Pennsylvania Crash Information Tool (PCIT) website, www.dotcrashinfo.pa.gov, which uses reportable crash data from law enforcement to assist in reviewing this data. The new feature allows the public to query and also map fatality and crash data. The site also includes a search function that allows the public to retrieve data based on specified criteria. Users can display data showing the number of crashes, people involved, or vehicles involved. It can be filtered by Timeframe, County/Municipality, and by various crash characteristics. Additional statistics available in the site are crash, fatality and major injury statistics as well as the department’s annual Crash Facts Books. MEDIA CONTACT: Ashley Schoch, 717-783-8800 # #

PennDOT’s Northwestern District to Support Eastern Region During Pending Storm Oil City – Mobile emergency teams from PennDOT’s northwestern region are on their way to provide support to the eastern Pennsylvania area that is expected to take the brunt of this week’s anticipated winter storm. On Monday, equipment operators, supervisors and plow trucks from Erie and Crawford counties in District 1 were mobilized to leave for Pike County in PennDOT District 4, where they expect to help keep Interstate 84 safe and passable during the impending storm. Mobile emergency teams are organized throughout the state. Team members can be mobilized and dispatched quickly to help other PennDOT regions deal with large-scale emergencies. Erie County’s mobile emergency team consists of three trucks, six operators, one highway foreman and an assistant county maintenance manager. The team from Crawford County consists of two trucks, four operators and one highway foreman. “It is essential for PennDOT to be able to quickly and effectively respond when large-scale weather emergencies and natural disasters strike,” said PennDOT District 1 Executive Bill Petit, P.E. “District 1 is prepared to assist.” Meanwhile, District 1 has adequate resources and is prepared for the snowfall expected in northwestern Pennsylvania. Trucks and other equipment are ready. Salt, anti-skid and other materials are in good supply. Crews will be working around the clock if necessary to keep the roads safe and passable. Motorists are reminded that roadways will not be free of snow while precipitation is falling. With freezing temperatures, roads that look wet may actually be icy, and extra caution is needed when approaching bridges and highway ramps where ice can form without warning. Motorists should leave plenty of space – six car lengths --- when following a truck that is plowing or spreading winter materials. While PennDOT recommends not traveling during winter storms, motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles, including color-coded winter conditions on 2,900 miles, by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 825 traffic cameras. 511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website. PennDOT reminds motorists to pack an emergency kit for their vehicles. A basic kit should include non-perishable food, water, blanket, small shovel and warm clothes. When preparing an emergency kit, motorists should take into account special needs of passengers such as baby food, pet supplies or medications and pack accordingly. PennDOT also reminds citizens that downloadable materials, including home and car emergency kit checklists and emergency plan templates, are available at www.ReadyPA.org or by calling 1-888-9-READYPA. Citizens can find information about getting involved in local emergency response efforts and other volunteer opportunities through the Web site or the toll-free line. For more information on winter driving and PennDOT operations, visit www.penndot.gov/winter. Follow regional PennDOT information on Twitter at www.twitter.com/511PaErie. Media Contact: Jim Carroll, (814) 678-7095

On Monday I was honored to represent the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (PLEAC). I presented Chief Michael Sliker of the North East Borough Police with their first accreditation award. North East Police is the first department in Erie County to receive this accredited status. Of the 110 agencies across the Commonwealth the only agencies in this region are Pennsylvania State Police, North East Police and of course Warren Police. To our law enforcement neighbor in Erie County…Well done!!! http://www.pachiefs.org/pcpa-accreditation-program

The NWPA Disaster Response Group has purchased a program to alert citizens from Warren, Erie, and Crawford as a Mass Alerting system in the event of a large scale incident. The website is https://nwpaerg.onthealert.com . We encourage Warren County residents to visit this self-registration portal and sign up for alerts.



Please keep Canonsburg Police in your thoughts and prayers today. Two officers shot this morning. It appears that Pennsylvania has lost another police officer. Why?

Thank you Officer Bees! Well done!

Can you assist with identification of these two individuals? They are persons of interest in a vehicle fire on Laurel Street. One individual walks with an obvious limp.

FOUND PROPERTY The city is in possession of a weed wacker / string trimmer. This item was found on June 18 in the area of Prospect Street. Owner will be required to identify item. Please contact the Police Department at 723-2700

***********ATTEMPTED BURGLARY************** The City of Warren Police Department is investigating an attempted burglary in the area of Madison Avenue and Russell Street. The incident occurred Thursday (8/18) at approximately 5:15 am. The suspect(s) attempted entry into an occupied residence using ladders which have been recovered. There were numerous citizens walking/jogging in the area upon police arrival. Please contact the police at 723-2700 if you observed anything that appeared suspicious or if you saw anyone in the area during this time.

Thanks to everyone for responding with tips regarding the theft at Country Fair. With your help we have made an arrest!!! Well done friends of the City of Warren Police!!!!!