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
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On 05/20/16 CPD was dispatched to the 200 block of E Liberty St for carpet in the roadway. Police arrived and spoke with the caller who in reporting someone dumped some carpet in the roadway in front of her residence. She left for work at around 0800 hrs and when she returned later in the evening...
On April 28th 2016, a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle being operated by Erick Pierce. Pierce was found to be impaired and under the influence of a controlled substance and was subsequently placed under arrest for DUI. Pierce was transported to the Chambersburg Hospital so a blood sample...
Chambersburg Police responded to 142 Lincoln Way West, Apt. 5, for a heroin overdose. Officers arrived and assessed the medical status of the male victim. The victim was unresponsive and had shallow and infrequent breathing. Upon realizing that the victim had recently used heroin officers...
The Chambersburg Police Department responded to the parking lot of 955 Wayne Ave due to a heroin overdose. Responding Officers on the scene revived the unresponsive female subject with naloxone. She was then transported to the Chambersburg Hospital for further treatment or examination.
Thanks to crime watch tips, Kerry Derico was identified as the suspect in an earlier published disorderly conduct incident that occurred at Save A Lot, on 04/27/16. A citation for disorderly conduct was filed through the district court.