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Minutes ago, WYBPD Officers were called to the scene of a fight in the 1300 Blk. of W. Market St. After a brief foot pursuit, officers arrested two (2) individuals & recovered a gun that was being carried illegally! More info to follow soon.

An arrest has been made in connection with the Rape that occurred on Tuesday. More Information will be forthcoming shortly.

West York Police are asking for the public to remember to report suspicious activity. Take proactive measures such as locking your doors, windows and vehicles to help prevent from becoming a victim. As always, look after your family, neighbors, & community. Call 911 anytime you see something concerning.

Once again we are beginning to see thefts from vehicles occurring overnight in West York Borough.
Please LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS, report any suspicious activity to 911, and call WYBPD if you believe your vehicle was tampered with or is missing anything.

This evening there was a shooting incident in the 1300 Blk. of W. Market St in West York. No one was struck or injured, however multiple people are being charged. We believe this senseless violence took place over a dispute about a parking spot. Police will be clearing the scene soon. Again, no one injured, multiple arrests.

100 block N Highland Ave structure fire now open. All intersections are open. Resume normal traffic.

100 block of N Highland Ave structure fire. West York Fire, York City Fire, and West Manchester Fire on scene. Fire police are blocking the intersection of N Highland Ave @ W Philadelphia and N Highland Ave @ Filbert St.

By order of the Mayor of West York, Hon. Bruce Vick, the daytime curfew of juveniles is in effect from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm for all school aged students.
Additionally, or normal nighttime curfew also now applies to adults, from 10:00 pm - 6:00 am.
This does not apply to essential functions as outlined in the Governors Shelter in Place order. More information can be found on the West York Borough Facebook page.

By order of the Mayor, Hon. Bruce Vick, parking meters will not be out of service until further notice. This is to help resident's with parking solutions due to increased people being home. The police will not be enforcing meter violations.

The Governor has issued a stay-at-home order for York County, placed in effect Friday 03/27/20 at 8:00 pm. 

Individuals may only leave their residence to perform any of the following allowable individual activities and allowable essential travel:

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