Can anyone help me find my human? I was found in the 1st block of North College Street around 6:30pm. I'm a female with a sparkle collar. If you can help, please contact the Palmyra Borough Police Department at 717-838-8189.
The Palmyra Police Department recently applied for and has now received a new PBT from the Trooper Iwaniec Memorial Foundation. The PBT will be used to help in investigations involving DUI's in the area.
Trooper Kenton Iwaniec was killed by a DUI driver on March 27, 2008 while driving home from work. The foundation was started by his family with a goal of honoring DUI victims, raising awareness of the seriousness of impaired driving, and encourage the community to have a positive influence in the reduction of impaired driving.
The Palmyra Borough Police Department, as well as other western Lebanon County Departments, have received numerous complaints regarding vehicles being damaged. This occurred sometime last evening through early this morning. A narrower time frame is not currently available. While some video evidence is already being examined, anyone with additional information or surveillance camera footage is asked to contact Palmyra Borough Police at, 717-838-8189.
A motorist reported, that on June 7, 2021 at 11:00 PM, noticing a tire in the road blocking traffic on a side street / alley in Annville Township. When the driver went to get out of the car to move the item, another vehicle pulled up close to the motorist. The motorist closed the car door and quickly exited the area. Items in the roadway could be used as diversionary tactics to force a motorist to stop.
We encourage citizens to be aware of their surroundings and do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 when there is any indication of danger or suspicious activity.