Closed Cases

On 08-25-21 at 2347 hours, York Area Regional Officers were dispatched to the area of Meadow Cross Way within York Township for a harassment issue. A masked subject was seen running through the neighborhood and were ringing doorbells. Although a minor incident, it is believed that these actors have...

Case Status:

Citizens awarded for saving a life at Ace Hardware in Red Lion, Windsor Township. Kathryn "Cricket" Tate and Jerry Saylor (center of photo) jumped into action when an Ace Hardware customer collapsed in the store. Tate and Saylor recognized the cardiac emergency and immediately started CPR,...

Case Status:

Incident On Wednesday, August 18 th , 2021, at approximately 1:26pm, York City Police responded to 601 E. Market Street for a reported shooting. On scene, officers discovered a 35 year old male victim who sustained a gunshot wound to his leg. Officers were able to quickly arrest the suspect,...

Case Status:

Sometime leading up to May 27th someone stole $6,200. worth of plywood and 2x4s which were stacked outside for a construction project on Jutland Way in York Township.

Case Status:

A car was left unlocked overnight on Queenswood Drive in York Township. In the morning of May 24th the owner found that someone had been in the car, scattered the contents all over the floor and stole a pink stun gun.

Case Status:

On May 4th at 3pm a man was found sleeping on a picnic table near the bank on Course Road in York Township. He caused concern because he was carrying martial arts sticks and throwing knives prior to his nap.

Case Status:

On May 11th between 7am and 1pm someone stole a blue and grey mountain bike from a residence on the first block of E. Maple St. in Dallastown. Both tires were flat.

Case Status:

On May 12th a resident of Stabley Lane in Windsor Township reported that someone had shot her cat with a .22 caliber bullet. The cat was taken to the vet but we don't know if it survived. Gunshots were reported in the area.

Case Status:

On April 14th a few residents of Ark Drive in York Township found human feces on one front porch and soiled adult underwear in the neighboring yard. This was intentionally done but a motive is unknown.

Case Status:

On April 11th damage was found to a business at the Dairyland Square Center. Spouting and an entrance blockage was torn off of the building. Repeated vandalism has occurred at the same location. Cameras to be installed.

Case Status: