Warminster Township Police Department -Arrests and Notable Incidents Blotter:
Period 2/27/23 to 3/18/2023
WT-23-02417 Public Drunkenness
On February 28th at approximately 7:53PM Police responded to the area of the Burger King for a known unwanted subject. Upon arrival Police made contact with the subject, the male was found to be intoxicated. The 35 year old male from Hatboro was cited for Public Drunkenness and taken to a hotel where he was currently staying.
NLCRPD will be at the Warwick Township Municipal Campus for the 2023 NNO Event! - 315 Clay Road, Lititz PA 17543 - 6pm to 8pm - Calling All Sponsors and Donors! See the Event Announcement for further details!
The subject in this photograph is wanted for questioning. If you can identify him, please e-mail detectives at email@example.com or call the police department at 717-637-8751. All tipsters may remain anonymous.
Motorists should avoid Warwick Road due to traffic disruptions from a vehicle fire and small woods fire resulting form the event. Roadway closures are not anticipated to exceed 45 minutes. NLCRPD patrols are on location at this event assisting fire services.
The Shippensburg Police Department is attempting to locate the owner of a gray and white cat, which was found after apparently being struck by a car in the 100 Block of North Morris Street.
Special thanks to our friends at the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter, who took time from their Sunday afternoon, to assist us by taking possession of the cat and providing care. We greatly appreciate the service they provide to the community. The owner of the cat can contact the shelter at 717-263-5791.
On Saturday, March 18, 2023, SEPTA will be performing maintenance to the Warminster Regional Rail Line. As a part of this work, SEPTA will be unloading a train carrying continuous welded rail to replace the existing rail between the Roslyn and Warminster Stations. The work is expected to take approximately 10 hours to complete. This day-long project will impact 12 grade crossings within Hatboro, Abington, Upper Moreland, and Warminster. While work is taking place, these grade crossings could face much longer wait times due to the length and speed of the work train.