I ask that you get invested in our community. Take an active interest in what we all seek; a safe community for each other and our families, by reporting crimes and suspicious activity. Enjoy all that Chambersburg has to offer and remember that we, the Chambersburg Police Department, will be here for you.
-Ron Camacho, Chief of Police
BUSINESS & RESIDENT CAMERA REGISTRY
In an effort to collaborate better with the community, the Chambersburg Police Department is asking all residents and business with cameras to register with the police department. Access to video following a crime can be the difference in solving the crime or not. To register your camera click here.
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On 9/7/2016, the Chambersburg Police Department responded to a complaint about a vehicle that had not been returned to the caller. The caller reported that Roderick Repaul Riley Dorsey AKA: Paul is in possession of a vehicle belonging to her deceased daughter who is the rightful owner. The caller...
Police chief asks for new position to improve workflow, morale New Chambersburg Police Chief Ron Camacho begins the journey to make his first big personnel change in the department. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com : http://ponews.co/2dDq6Er
On 9/28/2016 at 7:33 PM officers responded to 114 South Main Street for an altercation between a man and woman. Roger Barnett Jr. and Tomarra Snoke were both found to be highly intoxicated. Both were issued citaitons for public drunkenness.
Police received a call regarding a subject drinking alcoholic beverages while driving in the area of Subway on Norland Ave. Contact was made with the operator, Chad Martin, who was found to be impaired.
On the stated date and time a commercial tractor trailer struck the overhead railroad bridge on E. McKinley St. causing some damage to the concrete structure. The vehicle also struck a borough road sign prior to fleeing the scene of the accident without making notification to law enforcement...