West York Borough Police Department

  • Agency: West York Borough Police Department
  • Address: 1381 W. Poplar Street, York, 17404 PA
  • Chief: Justin D Seibel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 717-854-1975
Fax: 717-854-2924

West York Borough Police Department is located at 1381 W. Poplar Street, York, 17404 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Justin D Seibel. The West York Borough Police Department phone number is 717-854-1975.

West York Borough Police Department News

Detective Prince and Ofc Musselman made 3 new friends this morning while they were out for a neighborhood walk!

Come meet Detective Prince at the Leaders Heights Animal Hospital this Saturday from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm for the K9 Veterans Day event. Detective Prince and K9 Handler Ptlm. Musselman will be there, along with the York County Child Abduction Response Effort (C.A.R.E).

On Thursday, 03/01/18 at 4:09 am, York City Police were dispatched to an address in the “Avenues” section of York City for a stabbing victim. It was determined the victim, a 26-year-old male had been repeatedly stabbed. It was determined that this had occurred in West York Borough at the intersection of Overbrook Avenue & St. Paul Alley. The victim suffered life threatening injuries and was transported to the York Hospital where he underwent surgery and has stabilized. West York Investigators, working with York City Police identified the suspect as Jameel R. Murray, 27 of the 700 blk. Hawthorne St. in York. Murray was located and taken into custody by York City Police. He was transported to West York Police Headquarters where WY Detectives interviewed him. Subsequently, Murray did confess to stabbing the victim. Murray was charged with Aggravated Assault and related offenses and is at Central Booking awaiting arraignment. West York Police Chief Matt Millsaps commends the diligent work of both, York City Police Department (York, Pa) & West York officers and investigators, who, working together, were able to make an arrest for this violent act within hours.

Great work West Manchester Township PD.

#9pmroutine It is time to make sure your vehicle, house, and garage is locked! Do not leave valuables within sight in your vehicle. We can all help make West York Borough a safer community by adopting these safety steps each night!

UPDATE: Both individuals were identified! Thank you for sharing and for your calls! Identification Assistance Needed: WYBPD is trying to ID the two males in the picture, who are persons of interest in a theft.

IDENTIFICATION ASSISTANCE NEEDED: We are trying to identify this individual who is a person of interest from a theft of a firearm on 01/27/18. Anyone with information on his identify may call WYBPD at 717-854-1975 or York County Crime Stoppers at 717-755-8477.

Yesterday (Sunday Jan 22, 2018) California Artist Chris D'Acre took a few hours out of his time to conduct a screen printing workshop with a handful of teens from the Carriage Works Apartments. This was in support of the "Arts n Cops" program that was announced last month. Chris was in town after his gallery exhibit / show at Marketview Arts downtown. This workshop was awesome & demonstrates the tenants of "Force Multiplication." 1 Artist + 5 Kids + 3 hours = 6 Artisans that will make 100 art prints supporting their community through a few projects that we have planned... Mission success! Thanks again Chris- it was a great opportunity & the kids truly enjoyed it. Safe travels brother!


HACC Public Safety Center is offering a Junior First Responder Camp this summer! Check out their webpage (http://www.hacc.edu/PublicSafetyCenter/) for more information!

Today, after a three-day trial, a jury found Logan J. Hale, 27 of West York guilty of attempted first degree murder. In the early morning hours of January 20, 2017, Hale stabbed a 33-year-old male victim multiple times with a dagger in the 1500 block of St. Paul Alley in West York. Hale is facing 20-40 years imprisonment.

We grieve the loss of U.S. Deputy Marshal Christopher Hill, who was killed in the line of duty this morning and we pray for the speedy recovery of the York City and Harrisburg City Officers who were shot. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families and their agencies.