On September 11, 2019 at approximately 8:33 PM the York City Police Department responded to the 500 block of W Princess St for a report of a shooting. Once on scene they discovered two adult male victims. Both were transported to York Hospital and both were later pronounced dead.
On September 6th, 2019 at approximately 0051 hrs the York City Police Department responded to the 100 block of N. Pine St for a report of a shooting. Once there they discovered one adult male who had been shot and passed away. An update to this information will be available on September 6th at 11:00 am.
Anyone with information regarding this incident, or any of the individuals involved is asked to contact the York City Police Department using any of the following methods.
The West York Borough Police Department has been receiving calls of service for theft from autos. In these cases it was discovered the vehicle owners have left their vehicles unlocked and/ or windows cracked open. Please be sure to lock your vehicles, close all windows, and remove all valuable belongings from the vehicle. Most recent areas are to be W. Princess St. and W. Market St. If you observe suspicious activity near any vehicles, notify 911.
York City Police recently requested help from the public in locating an 11 year old runaway. Due to tips and the hard work of Officers this young lady was found and returned home safely. Thank you everyone for your help.
York City Police is asking for assistance in locating an 11 year old runaway, Ka’liyah Redman. Redman ran away from her home on September 2, 2019. Redman is described as a light skinned black female approximately 5’02” 130 pounds. Redman was last seen in the west end of York City. Anyone with information about this runaway is encouraged to contact the York City Police Department
A tree has fallen and is blocking both lanes of travel in the 2700 block of Old Trail Road. Fire Police are diverting traffic at Old Trail and York Haven Roads. Also at Old Trail and Sheep Bridge Roads. Crews are being dispatched to cut the tree from wires and to clear up the roadway. Please avoid the area and make necessary changes in travel for morning rush traffic.
Please have a safe and happy 4th. In response to numerous questions, although PA’s fireworks law does allow for Aerials and Rockets now, there are still several conditions that must be met when using them. Most importantly, they must not be discharged within 150’ of any structure. Please call 911 if you observe unsafe use or handling of fireworks.