Monday, February 18, 2013
The Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks list the January incidents.
The following is a list of January incidents reported by the Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks. There were a total of 1,319 incidents in January. Traffic Crime State Police remind everyone to wear seatbelts at all times and obey the posted speed limit. Also, do not leave items in plain view in your vehicle and lock your vehicle and residence. If you see suspicious activity, call 911.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
"See Something, Send Something" app lets citizens send notes and photos to report suspicious activity.
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Wednesday, February 13
Editor's note: The following information comes from the Pennsylvania State Police, via the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Download the new app on the PSP website. Harrisburg– A new smartphone application has been developed to help the Pennsylvania State Police receive reports regarding suspicious activity that may be linked to terrorism. The new See Something, Send Something app allows suspicious activity to be captured as a photo or written note and sent to the Pennsylvania Criminal Intelligence Center (PaCIC). “This App provides concerned citizens with an effective communications and reporting tool,” State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said. “The See Something, Send Something mobile app, developed by My Mobile Witness, sends …
Thursday, March 15, 2012
State Police identified Interstate-95 in Delaware County as a major roadway that experiences traffic crashes and aggressive driving.
The Pennsylvania State Police-Media Barracks, with the help of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, identified Interstate-95 in Delaware County as a major roadway that experiences traffic crashes and aggressive driving, according to a State Police press release. Through the use of the Pennsylvania State Police Prophecy Program and Problem Specific Policing, the State Police, used a radar unit and a PennDOT vehicle on March 14 and were able to issue the following citations: The State Police are committed to using innovated techniques to identify and prosecute those people who choose to violate the motor vehicle code, according to the press release. State Police encourage everyone to wear seatbelts and drive within the speed limit…
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The following information comes from PA State Police's blotter. If arrests or charges are mentioned, they do not indicate guilt or a conviction.
For questions about this police blotter, please send an email to: email@example.com. The following information comes from the PA State Police's blotter, which was published by the Media Patch. Retail Theft—Sears Department Store at Granite Run Mall at about 5:49 p.m. on Feb. 10. An 18-year-old Havertown Stephanie Elizabeth Cox was observed by store security concealing merchandise within her 3-month-old child's stroller, according to State Police. The teenager was detained by security before she attempted to leave the store without paying for the items, according to State Police. An investigation led to Cox's arrest in connection with retail theft, according to State Police. She was also found to be in possession of three different …