The West Whiteland Township Police Department responded to a residence for an alarm activation at 4:33 a.m. on Monday, June 28, 2001. Upon arrival, officers located a broken window. While checking the residence, officers heard a subject in the residence. The officers exited the residence and established a perimeter. The West Chester Regional Response Team responded to the scene. The subject exited at 6:15 a.m. and was taken into custody without further incident.
The two subjects in the surveillance images allegedly used a stolen credit card to purchase over $1,000 in merchandise at the Target in Exton at 1:00 p.m. today (12/1/20). The card belonged to a female who believes it was stolen while she was shopping at the Giant in Lionville.
Contact Det. Pezick if you have any information. 610-363-0200
The eastbound Route 30 By-Pass remains closed at Route 100. Please find alternate routes. If on the eastbound Route 30 By-Pass consider exiting at Route 322 or Quarry Road due to the back up at Route 100.
On the evening of Saturday, August 29, 2020, Sgt. McCloskey's squad responded to a residence in West Whiteland Township. The resident reported she could not enter her residence because there were thirty "Murder Hornets" inside. Ofc. D'Andrea entered the residence and borrowed the homeowners vacuum. He was able to vacuum up all of the hornets. The hornets were secured at the police department until a local bee expert identified them as European Hornets.