Etown Road and Rife Run Road. RAPHO TOWNSHIP

The Susquehanna Township Police Department celebrated Police Memorial Day today with a noon roll call. We were joined in this roll call by Detective Mike Proper (Retired), who was presented with a Purple Heart Medal from a past incident when he was seriously wounded at a Riot. This roll call ceremony was held in Honor of Lieutenant Robert McCallister, our fallen brother who this week was added to the Police Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. Recipients of Awards today were as follows:

UPDATE: The dog, Max, is back at home with his family.

Found black and white, long hair, medium sized dog. No collar. Very friendly. Now located at Warminster Kennels. Contact Warminster PD for release.

Active fire scene on East St. between E. Court St. and Maple Ave. - Doylestown Borough

The walking trail at Memorial Park is now reopened. The barricades have been moved back to allow for parking at the front area of the park. All other facilities at Memorial Park remain closed until further notice.

N. Broad St. has re-opened.

N.Broad St. closed between Cowpath Rd. and Lynwood Dr. due to downed powerlines. PECO, fire and EMS personnel on scene. Please avoid this area until further notice.

Structure fire at 2400 block of S Queen St. in York Twp. Crews are still working on scene, but have extinguished the fire. S Queen St will temporarily be closed from Leader Heights Rd to Cherry St. Traffic is being rerouted.

The data reflected in these updates include information reported to the department in the past 24 hours as well as data since March 14 when the first case was reported in the county. For information relative to number of cases by date the test was taken and deaths by date of death, visit the county’s dashboard at It is updated each day by noon.

COVID Cases – 1,551 (+6)

This number includes 1,474 confirmed cases and 77 probable cases.

Please avoid the area of the 100 Block of West Sixth Street, between South Spruce Street and Crosswinds Drive due to a gas leak. LBPD, NLCRPD, Lititz Fire (and mutual aid) are working to control the hazard. A unified command system is established and all outstanding needs to control the hazard are being being worked.  This affects the area of South Spruce Street and West Sixth Street in Lititz Borough and portions of the Crosswinds Development in Warwick Township. Resident evacuations have been initiated. Contact has been made with the affected households regarding evacuation.