From: Ann Rabuttinio
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2017 20:37:55 +0000
Subject: Thank you
Dear Officer Zechman,
Thank you for helping my grandson Mike, and remaining true to your word regarding waiving his citation with inspection
We really appreciate
I also have a 12 year old grandson Jake, and we were in Kohls, and an officer was walking thru. Jake ran to catch up to him to shake his hand, and to thank him for serving. We don’t appreciate
Please give our thanks to Officer O’Keefe as well who placed the paperwork in your mailbox.
We wish you much success in your career and will pray for your continual safety!
Executive Assistant to Axel Hoos, MD, PhD, SVP Oncology
I wanted to post this email in recognitio
My fiancé got in an accident this morning. (Intersect
Once I got to the accident, the cop that was helping Danielle was so incredibly
To the cop that gave us reassuranc
We are currently accepting applications for the position of Crossing Guard. Must be available in both the AM and PM and must be able to pass a PA State police background check and obtain PA Child clearances. Please apply in person to the Police Department at the rear of Borough Hall, 300 Main Street. Must be dependable and willing to work in all types of weather.
You can even bring TVs and computer screens.
Please do not call our station if you need police response of any kind. You can call 9-1-1 for any police calls for service. You can also call 610-948-3333. Below is a description of the Montgomery County 9-1-1 system from Montgomery County's website. You may still call the station for administrative tasks, such as to speak with the Chief or an Officer regarding a previously reported issue, or to obtain incident or accident reports, or to schedule a vacation check. Thank you....
Willies keeps our fleet up and running and provides expert and excellent customer service. Glad to have you in the borough.
The Willies Crew....... celebrating our 40th year in business for 2018. Going on Seven Years in the heart of the downtown area of Royersford.
From the left side: Billy, Dustin, Drew, & Branden.
Sad how many Officers we have lost already in 2018
The number one question we get after a line of duty death is this:
“When will it stop?”
The truth? It won’t....
That’s what is so remarkable about what our men and women in law enforcement do. It’s that between the easier calls and the hard calls, they know that either one of them can go south quicker than their response time.
Cops die. They die heroically doing something a lot of people don’t have the gumption to fathom. They do it willingly, without hesitation, without delay.
And even when the moment comes to lay down their life, they do it as selflessly as the day they took an oath to protect and serve their communities.
So, no. It won’t stop. Evil will always try to rise. Every day, it’s knocking on our doors and lurking around the corners.
But the good news?
There are men and women waiting to rise up and meet it.
And they will rise every...single....time.
UPDATE UPDATE!! School now closed!
UPDATED AT 7:16 A.M.: Due to unsafe road conditions, the Spring-Ford Area School District will be closed today, Monday, February 5, 2018. All district buildings will be closed. All after-school activities will be canceled or postponed.
Contact the PD if you have any info. Thank you
Requesting your assistance in locating the vehicle who hit our car on the corner of 9th and Walnut Street in Royersford. Happened between 12A and 530A. Struckin...g vehicle should have major damage to the front drivers side. Possibly a white vehicle. If you know of any vehicles in your neighborhood with recent front end damage please contact the Royersford Borough Police Department.
SCPD is investigating an incident where two subjects entered the Turkey Hill Convenience Store at Main and Bridge St.
The subjects distracted the clerk and inst...alled the clandestine device.
This occurred 8:22 pm and was discovered at 9:32 pm. February 1,2018.
It is believed that the device is a reader and storage device and the unit was disabled and removed prior to anyone’s accounts being compromised. Anyone that used the credit card reader at Turkey Hill are encouraged to check your accounts to ensure that they weren’t compromised.
SCPD Will be working with Lower Pottsgrove Police and Limerick Police as those agencies had similar incidents involving what is believed to be the same suspects.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 1, 2018
CREDIT CARD/DEBIT CARD SKIMMING DEVICES FOUND
IN LOWER POTTSGROVE AND LIMERICK;...
Police Seeking Info, Release Video Surveillance
Chief Michael Foltz of Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department and Chief R. Brian Skelton of Limerick Township Police Department announce a joint investigation into crimes involving the placement of skimming devices on ATM machines and card skimmers inside local stores.
For several months, the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department has been investigating the placement of credit card/debit card skimming devices at various locations throughout Lower Pottsgrove Township. The placement of these skimming devices has resulted in multiple victims that have had their debit card information compromised and subsequently used by the actors. Recently, the crimes have expanded into Limerick Township.
On January 30, 2018, the Lower Pottsgrove Police were notified of a skimming device that was discovered on a point of sale terminal at the Aldi Grocery Store located at 297 Armand Hammer Boulevard, Lower Pottsgrove Township. The device was removed by police. An alert was made to other Aldi stores. Subsequently, the Aldi Store at West Ridge Pike and Township Line Road in Limerick Township located a similar devise and immediately notified Limerick Township Police. Lower Pottsgrove Police and Limerick Township Police are working in cooperation with the security teams of the various stores.
At this time, the actors from this matter have not been identified and are believed to be part of criminal enterprise that is operating in the greater Philadelphia area. The group is responsible for placing skimming devices on local ATMs and using the compromised debit card information.
In the most recent event, police have located video surveillance footage from the ALDI store in Lower Pottsgrove that identifies two males who are persons of interest in the investigation. Any individual with information about these two actors, other possible perpetrators or suspicious activity at other ATM locations is asked to contact the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department at 610-326-1508 or the Limerick Township Police Department at 610-495-7909.
Lower Pottsgrove Township Police and Limerick Township Police are actively educating their local merchants on ways to prevent or identify this type of crime. Police are informing consumers with the following precautions:
• When using your credit cards and debit cards, refrain from using ATMs in unsecure locations, which have an easier potential of being compromised.
• Users should inspect the terminal prior to use. If the terminal appears different than other terminals or tampered with, refrain from using that terminal.
• Police also suggest using chip readers rather than the magnetic strip readers where possible. This method is less likely to result in a compromise of your credit card.
Dinner is now being served in the Friendship Hall every 1st Friday of the month from 5 - 9. Dinners will be prepared by Anthony from the Main Street Cafe. The b...ar will be open for drinks as well. The hall is located at 269 Green St. Royersford, Pa. Parking is in the rear of the fire dept. Come enjoy a great meal.
A little Friday entertainment for you. Not to many loose horses in Royersford.
On 1/24 shortly before 8am one of our deputies saw this beautiful horse running north on US 19 in the Hudson area. Our deputy called in the Ag Unit and backup "...We're travelling at one horse power..."
They successfully corralled the horse into safety by directing it to take a left on Rainbow Oaks Dr. and into a subdivision along Emerald Ridge Dr. -away from the dangers of the rushing traffic. Eventually our deputies were able to stop the horse and bring it into safety. The horse was uninjured, the owners were located, and the horse was reunited with them.