December 2017 DUI Arrests
Newberry Township Police Department is located at 1905 Old Trail Rd, Etters, 17319 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is David W Duffy. The Newberry Township Police Department phone number is 717-938-2608.
December 2017 DUI Arrests
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EXTREME COLD ALERT AND TIPS The next few days are expected to bring extreme cold temperatures, sub-zero wind chills and strong winds. These conditions can be very dangerous! Residents are reminded to plan ahead for power outages and have a safety plan. Please remember that pets should be brought inside during these conditions. Met-Ed has provided notification that they are prepared for power outages with an increase in crews. Residents should report power outages directly to Met-Ed via phone or on their website. Safety with heating equipment is very important! If you are using equipment such as portable heaters, kerosene heaters, etc. please use them in a safe and responsible manner. Ensure these devices are away from curtains, furniture and other combustible items. Generators should not be used inside garages or enclosed garages due to deadly carbon monoxide. For more information on tips to assist with the extreme conditions, please visit: https://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. Stay safe and stay warm! - Newberry Twp. Police
A township resident asked us to put this out to everyone. Hopefully we can help them.
Today the department had a subject who barricaded himself in a residence in the Newberry Estates Mobile Home park and threatened officers and himself by stating he had a firearm. He was wanted for a bench warrant and officers were attempting to serve the warrant. After the subject locked himself in a bathroom the officers evacuated the other people including children from the mobile home and called in the York County Quick Reaponse Team. Officers negotiated with the subject and eventually talked him into surrendering to authorities without anyone getting hurt. Unfortunately for the safety of the surrounding people in the mobile home park we were forced to evacuate several families next to the residence that the subject was hiding in. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused to our community. We do our best to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Thank you to all those emergency responders that helped us today. Fire police, dispatchers, fire department, york county district attorneys office and so many others. No one was injured today and we are thankful for a positive outcome.
NTPD would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and remind everyone that may be celebrating tonight to utilize a safe and sober means of transportation. Our officers will be patrolling and aggressively looking for impaired drivers to ensure safety on our township roads. Have a great New Year!
Today we located a younger famale dog at the Newberrytown Exxon. The dog is brown in color and had a red collar. The dog is extremely friendly and has a white patch on her neck. She was too busy showing me affection today to tell me who her owners are. Please call us at 717-938-2608 or 911 if you know who her owners are. We would like to get her home for Christmas. She will be taken to the SPCA today and hopefully we can find her owners soon. As of 12/26/2017 the owners of the dog have been notified and we appreciate everyone's help in locating them.
The police department was proud to spread holiday cheer to members of our community once again this year with the annual “Shop with a Cop” event held at our local Walmart Store #4404! We offer a big thank you to Walmart for their partnership in this fantastic and important event. Our department is honored to share this time with the kids and parents during the holiday time.
The police department continues to save lives while deploying Narcan to overdose victims and we continue to see the Opiate and Heroin epidemic getting worse by the day. We do our best to help as many people as we can but we continue to see tragedies and families losing their loved ones to this scourge. Please let us help you. If you are struggling with addiction please reach out to our officers or to me here at the station. I will do whatever I can to help anyone that wants it. We have resources available to anyone struggling with this problem. Please email me at Jsnyder@newberrypd.org or call the office and ask to talk to me or an officer (717) 938-2608. You are our family and we care about each and every one of our residents. I would love nothing more than to help anyone I can to beat this problem. Here are some links to help you: https://www.notonemoreyorkpa.org https://www.overdosefreepa.pitt.edu
Thank you to our three boroughs of York Haven, Goldsboro and Lewisberry for allowing us to serve your residents and continuing to be a big part of our community partnership. We are honored to be a part of your residents lives and allowing us to serve all of you as a police department. We take a lot of pride in the quality of our service and we will continue to work hard in the future to keep your safety a priority.
Car Seat Checkup Event at Etters Walmart....see attached flyer.
The Newberry Township Police Department is requesting the assistance from the public who might have any information regarding an incident that took place on or about September 16, 2017. On Saturday September 16, 2017 at approximately 1748 hours an unknown male walked up to the female’s vehicle in the parking lot of the Newberry Point Shopping Plaza, in the area of the Dollar Tree store. The unknown male then advised the female that she was very attractive while reaching through the open driver’s side window and grabbed the steering wheel. The unknown male then began to repeatedly proposition the female in which she rejected all of these propositions. Upset about the female’s response the unknown male grabbed the female’s breast. The female quickly reacted by placing her vehicle in drive and driving away while the unknown male was hanging onto her vehicle. The Unknown individual is described as heavy set male wearing a grey muscle shirt, in his mid-40’s, approximately 5’8’ tall, with curly sandy brown hair. He is believed to be operating a small silver or grey newer model car. If anybody had any information regarding the incident or potential suspects please contact the Newberry Township Police.
Anyone who can help us... North Shore Friends has asked us to help them to collect items for the victim's of the flooding in Houston Texas and they are asking for donation of items such as diapers, baby related items, toiletries for adults such as shampoo, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors, shaving cream, they also need cleaning supplies, paper towels. toilet paper, and non-perishable food items. You can donate these items on Saturday at 597 Old York Road beside the Red Land Beer Distributor between the hours of 9 am to 4 pm. The donated items will be taken to Bailey Coach on Tuesday and transported to Texas. Anyone willing to help out can drop those items off there and your contribution will be taken to people that need it the most. Thank you Newberry Township Police Department Just came in...The donations will be accepted until Monday at that location. Than you all any support you can offer.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Ms. Linda Winters for over 30 years of service to Newberry Township Police Department. Good Luck and God Bless!!
NTPD receives plaque for participating in Goldsboro's Fire Company 100th Year Celebration.
8/11/2017: Found Dog near Erney Road this afternoon around 1300 hrs. Please contact NTPD with any information.
Officers from the department visited Clayton Baublitz for his birthday on Friday July 7th. Clayton was given a ride in a police car and got to spend time with the officers. The party was a police themed party and we wanted to make sure he got the full treatment. Sgt. Martinez and K-9 tazer were there as well as Officer Bortner and Officer Nauman. Happy Birthday Clayton. Thank you for letting us be part of your special day.
National Night Out is an annual community building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live