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S. Harrison Ave., between Jefferson and Taylor closed until 3pm for repairs.

The traffic signals at Cocoa & Chocolate Avenues have been repaired and are operating as normal. ###

The traffic signals at the intersection of Cocoa Avenue (SR743) & Chocolate Avenue (SR422) are malfunctioning. Police are conducting traffic control at the intersection; however, motorists should expect delays. Repair time is unknown.///

Doylestown Township police are on scene of a two-vehicle traffic accident at the intersection of York Road and Rogers Road. Please slow down in the area and temporarily detour until the accident scene is clear.

Starting Wednesday, September 16, 2020, work will begin to re-pave the areas where roadwork had previously been conducted in connection with PPL's underground vault replacements.  There will be full closures of Elm Avenue between Cocoa Avenue (743) and West Governor Road (322).  The closures will be a block or segment at a time and flagging personnel will detour traffic around the closures.

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.

9/11/2020, 10:00 AM - A female  walking on the first block of West Sheridan Avenue was the victim of an assault.  The suspect is a white male in his twenties. He was wearing long red shorts, a plain white t-shirt, and has brown hair. 

He fled in a dark grey Mazda hatchback heading south on Route 934. Anyone with information please contact Annville Township Police. Call 911 or (717) 272-2054.

The fatal crash on Route 222 reported earlier has been cleared. The roadway is fully open. Please drive carefully!

MEDIA CONTACT: Sergeant Michael T. Piacentino, W: 717-569-6401 Ext: 1583, C: 717-340-2130, piacentinom@manheimtownshippolice.org

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

09/11/2020 at 3:15 p.m..- Please avoid the area of N. Grant Street at W. King Street due to an auto accident. 
 

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