Latrobe Police Department

  • Agency: Latrobe Police Department
  • Address: 901 Jefferson St, Latrobe , 15650 PA
  • Chief: James Bumar (Chief of Police)

Latrobe Police Department is located at 901 Jefferson St, Latrobe , 15650 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is James Bumar. The Latrobe Police Department phone number is 724-537-5526.

Latrobe Police Department News

Never Forget!

Never Forget 9-11-2001

The Latrobe Police Dept. are investigating a road rage incident which occurred on 07-31-2017 at 0916 Hrs.. A W/M actor assaulted a male in the Choice Cigartette Outlet parking lot. The actor then fled on East First Ave.. If you recogize the actor or vehicle in the attached photos, please contact 911 or send a private message on Facebook. Thank you for your assistance!

The City of Latrobe Police request your assistance with identifying the male in the attached photo. The male is wanted for questioning in connection with multiple theft from motor vehicle complaints and the subsequent use of stolen credit cards. The photo was taken at the Greensburg Walmart

Due to the funeral of Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael Stewart, we request that all vehicles be removed from the following streets starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, July, 18, 2017: • The 500 block of Weldon St. • The 300 block of Chestnut St. • The 300 block of Walnut St. • The 200 block of Walnut St. • Ridge Ave. from Weldon St. to Walnut St. • Memorial Dr. • Jefferson St. from Chestnut St. to Irving Ave. • Ligonier St. from Irving Ave. to Chestnut St. • The 200 block of Irving Ave. After the funeral procession has moved through the area, you may resume normal parking. The following street closure will also take place at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, July 18, 2017: • The 200 and 300 blocks of Chestnut St. • The 200 and 300 blocks of Walnut St. • Memorial Dr. • Ligonier St. from Irving Ave. to Weldon St. • Lincoln Ave. from Fairmont St. to Weldon St. These streets will remain closed until the services are complete and the funeral procession has moved. We apologize for any inconveniences that these temporary closures may cause. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Thank you, City of Latrobe Police Department

PLEASE SHARE Trooper Michael Stewart will be laid to eternal rest tomorrow morning. A burial mass at Holy Family Church will begin at 10 a.m. Anyone wishing to honor Trooper Stewart and show support along the procession route, the route is as follows: Holy Family Church, Left onto Chestnut Street, Left onto Jefferson Street, Left onto Irving Avenue, Right onto Ligonier Street, Right onto SR 982S, Right onto SR 30W, Right onto St. Vincent's Drive, 2nd exit at roundabout to Monastery Drive, Left onto Unity Cemetary Road, Right into Unity Cemetery. RIP Trooper Michael Stewart-your contagious smile will be missed.

The Latrobe Police request your assistance in identifying the two males in the attached photos. Please contact 911 and ask to speak with a Latrobe officer or send a private message . Thank You for your assistance

We wish you a safe and enjoyable Holiday weekend!!

Laurel Highlands DUI Task Force to CONDUCT FOURTH OF JULY HOLIDAY ENFORCEMENT Police Urge Drivers to Celebrate Responsibly Westmoreland County– The Laurel Highlands DUI Task Force will conduct impaired driving enforcement operation(s) from July 1st through July 4th 2017 as part of the Fourth of July Holiday Enforcement. These operations will include: sobriety checkpoints and roving DUI patrols. Law Enforcement urges the public to “PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM AN IMPAIRED DRIVER. ALWAYS MAKE CERTAIN EVERYONE IS BUCKLED. YOUR SEAT BELT IS YOUR FIRST DEFENSE AGAINST AN IMPAIRED DRIVER.” We also encourage you to “NEVER DRIVE IMPAIRED; NEVER RIDE WITH AN IMPAIRED DRIVER; WHEN YOU DRIVE IMPAIRED YOUR WHOLE FAMILY IS PLACED IN DANGER AS ARE OTHERS ON THE SAME ROADWAY.” Crashes involving DUI are entirely preventable. Motorists should keep their families, themselves, and other motorists safe by designating a driver or not driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. This is the second year that the Laurel Highlands DUI Task Force has been in existence and to date has conducted 40 checkpoints/roving patrols. There have been 72 individuals tested for DUI, and subsequently arrested for driving under the influence. We have issued 257 traffic citations, 534 traffic warnings, cited 18 juveniles for Under Age Drinking, issued 9 non-traffic citations, and made 22 criminal arrests. The Laurel Highlands DUI Task Force is comprised of the following police departments: City of Latrobe, Ligonier Township, Derry Borough, Ligonier Borough, Seward Borough, St. Clair Township, Mt. Pleasant Borough, Scottdale Borough, City of Jeannette, and Southwest Greensburg Borough. Additionally, the task force is committed to reducing the number of impaired driving crashes, injuries, and fatalities in Westmoreland County. Methods used to achieve this goal include: • Educating the public on the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code and DUI laws; • Deterring motorists from driving after consuming alcohol or drugs; and • Apprehending those who violate the laws of the Commonwealth. The operations are part of the Pennsylvania High Visibility Enforcement Program and is funded partly by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s statewide distribution of $4.6 million in federal funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Please visit for more information.


Please Share!!!

2017 STATE CHAMPS! Congratulations Greater Latrobe High School baseball team!!

Road Closure-Friday, 11a.m.thru Saturday, 6 p.m. Expect traffic delays. **Main Street from Jefferson Street to Alexandria Street **Ligonier Street from Depot Street to Weldon Street. These streets will be closed from 11 a.m. Friday, June 9th thru 6 p.m., Saturday, June 10. Mr Rogers Family Day is being held on Saturday, June 10th in this area.


Congratulations to Greater Latrobe's Class of 2017! Wishing all graduates a safe evening.

**Updated** On Friday, May 19th, members of the County Drug Task Force executed numerous drug related arrest warrants throughout Westmoreland County. These arrest warrants were an outcome of various drug investigations by the WCDTF over several months. Participating in the warrant service were Latrobe Police, Ligonier Twp. Police, Ligonier Boro Police, Derry Police, SW Greensburg Police, Westmoreland County Adult Probation and Agents from PA Office of Attorney General. *Zoe Daniele, 20, Latrobe, Deliver of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Amanda Bollinger-Drury, 26, Latrobe, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Jason Keefer, Latrobe, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Alex Dreistadt, 21, Unity Twp., Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *George Wurthman,57, Latrobe, Delivery of Methamphetamine/Possession of Methamphetamine *Harold Haller,36,Jeannette, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Chris Piper,39, Derry, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Daniel Mock, 24, Greensburg, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Richard Harshbarger, 21, Blairsville, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Chad Foster, 23, Jeannette, Delivery of Cocaine/Possession of Cocaine *Deshawn Russell, 19, Jeannette, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Ryan Meyers, 23, Jeannette, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Donald Smoker, 33, Pleasant Unity, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin *Danielle Achhammer, 35, Latrobe, Delivery of Heroin/Possession of Heroin