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The Warminster Police would like to send a Big Thank You out to RENU Laboratories of Ivyland, who donated 50 spray bottles of hand sanitizer to the department.  This company converted over to making hand sanitizer for first responders during this epidemic. Thank you to this small local company, whose generosity is helping First Responder’s, respond healthier. Be safe!

Renulabs.com 

The Warminster Police would like to send a Big Thank You out to RENU Laboratories of Ivyland, who donated 50 spray bottles of hand sanitizer to the department.  This company converted over to making hand sanitizer for first responders during this epidemic. Thank you to this small local company, whose generosity is helping First Responder’s, respond healthier. Be safe!

Renulabs.com 

The Warminster Police would like to send a Big Thank You to Tim's Barbecue of Chruchville, for their donation to the C Squad the other day. Another great example of small local business helping first responders, respond healthier. Thank you! 

Tim's Barbecue and Catering

timsbarbecue1@gmail.com

267-549-8150   https://www.timsbarbecue.com/

New Britain Township Police recovered a backpack that contained various tools of a particular trade.  Any citizen who's lost such items or police departments investigating thefts of such items should contact this department to see if they match what was lost or stolen.  Citizens should be able to describe in detail the property they've lost or had stolen.

WWPD would like to thank the Towne Center Cleaners for their generous donation of homemade face masks. These masks will supplement the N95 masks that you may see our officers wearing throughout their shift. With help like this, WWPD officers can continue to keep our community safe.

WWPD would like to thank Holiday Inn Express (Exton) for their generous donation of shampoo, soap, and lotion. These goods will be used in the event that one of our officers is exposed to COVID19 and needs to decontaminate. With help like this, WWPD officers can continue to keep our community safe.

This is the COVID-19 Daily Update from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) for April 1, 2020:

Confirmed cases – 356
Hospitalization (past or present) – 61
Deaths – 2

The ages and genders of those in the county who are sick with COVID-19 are listed below. A map which shows where residents with confirmed COVID-10 live is available at bit.ly/ACHDcovid-19. The department is working on making other information available publicly.

Ages—Number confirmed (percentage—all percents rounded)

00-04 – 1 (less than 1%)

By order of the Mayor of West York, Hon. Bruce Vick, the daytime curfew of juveniles is in effect from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm for all school aged students.
Additionally, or normal nighttime curfew also now applies to adults, from 10:00 pm - 6:00 am.
This does not apply to essential functions as outlined in the Governors Shelter in Place order. More information can be found on the West York Borough Facebook page.

Warminster Police Department would like to THANK the owner Grant Menard, of MENARD Premuim Detailing, on Industrial Drive, for his generous offer and his companies quality work in detailing our marked police cars, with Ozone generator treatment to remove odors, bacteria and viruses.. This is another great example of a local business  helping First Responders respond healthier!! Be safe!!

Thank you 

Chief Jim Donnelly 

http://menardpremiumdetailing.com/

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