The Locust Township Police Department is investigating a theft of four vintage Ford Mustang aluminum wheels. The wheels have a four lug patter and support a 390mm tire. The center cap has the GT lettering or the Mustang logo. The wheels were taken from Valley Kwik Mart on Monday, May 16th at approx. 0935 hours. The attached photos are of a person and vehicle of interest.
It's that time of year where we are mowing our grass and continuing to clean up our lawns. For the safety of all motorists, especially those on motorcycles, please do not blow your grass clippings on to the roadway. Even a small amount of grass clippings, especially when wet, can cause a vehicle to slide and the operator to lose control. Should your grass clippings cause an accident or be a contributing factor to an accident, you could be held liable in civil court.
The Locust Township Police Officers Association will be hosting its 15th annual auto show on Saturday, July 30, 2022 at the Numidia Dragway. All types of autos are invited to attend.
Proceeds beneﬁt the ofﬁcer’s association in providing scholarships, local youth activities and equipment & safety items for the ofﬁcers of the Locust Township Police Department.
The Locust Township Police Department, Locust, Cleveland, Franklin and Roaring Creek Township Supervisors want to thank the Board members of the Catawissa VFW, Post 8306, for their generous donation. Catawissa VFW Post Commander, Mark Schlieder recently presented Chief Allen L. Breach with the $2,000.00 donation. The money is going to be used towards the funding of new body armor for the police officers.
The officers and families of the Locust Township Police Department offer our sincere thanks and gratitude to all of our veterans who have served our great country. We thank you and your family for your sacrifices in keeping use free.
“The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war.” – Douglas MacArthur
Officers with the Locust Township Police Department will be out tonight conducting targeted underage drinking enforcement patrols and impaired driving enforcement. Do not let your Super Bowl Party celebrations impact the rest of your life. See the material below and via the link from our partners at drugfree.org.
Late last week we received some unexpected visitors at our station. The Gearhart family arrived with some wonderful hand drawn cards and a gift card for lunch for the officers. We are so blessed to work in such an amazing community. Barely a day goes by that residents and business owners don't reach to us to ask how we are doing? People we are interacting with in the community have been letting us know that they value our presence and service to the community.
Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19
See attachment on how to make your own masks and the proper way to wear and care for them.
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