Chief Rudzinski and officers from the Manheim Township Police Department are urging residents to keep an eye on neighbors, fellow family members, and friends, who do not have air conditioning or might have health conditions exasperated by heat. During this heat wave, high temperatures and humidity are expected throughout this weekend. If you have not seen a neighbor for some time or feel there is a problem, call 911 and request police to perform a welfare check on their behalf!
The parking garage off of North Ridge Road, behind Town Square shops is closed. Things were noticed that put the structural integrity of the parking garage into question. Owners of cars that are parked in the garage are being contacted and asked to remove their cars from the garage. Further inspection and evaluation will be conducted, but until then, the structure will be closed. We are asking people to stay away from this parking garage and use the on-street parking and the intermodal parking garage off North Linden Road.
On Saturday July 20,2019 Warminster Police responded to the parking lot at 1051 West County Line Road, for a report of a “Woman Screaming and a naked male”.
Upon arrival officers found the victim partial clothed and unconscious/unresponsive in a vehicle. Officers also found Suspect Green in the same vehicle naked. Officers had medical personnel respond and take the victim to the hospital for treatment.
At 1555hrs., on July 19th, 2019 patrol responded to 100 Block of Bustleton Pike in Northampton Township for a report of a Burglary. Upon arrival the victim reported that he left his residence at 0600 hrs.
Cooling Center opportunity for those without air conditioning or other means to stay cool are offered at Ben Wilson Senior Center.
If you are OK, make sure you reach out to family, friends, and neighbors to make sure they are getting through these extremely hot days. Hydrate-Hydrate-Hydrate, but if you feel any health related issues please call 911.
The phone lines at our headquarters, located at 1041 Wilmington Pike, are not currently operational. As always, in the event of an emergency we ask that you call 911. For non-emergencies where you need to speak with an officer we ask that you call Chester County Police Radio at 610-692-5100. An officer will either be dispatched to your location or they will call you by cell phone. Thank you!!