West Caln Township Police Department

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The police department currently has 9 officers and one K-9
Chief Martinez
Sgt. Sparano
Officer Carboni
Officer Vaughn
Officer Hamilton
Officer DeVoe
Officer Reppert
Officer Zmuida
K9 Matrix

Operating as usual

Damar Hamlin and Justin McIntire: A Tale of Two Perspectives - Calibre Press
Damar Hamlin and Justin McIntire: A Tale of Two Perspectives - Calibre Press

Damar Hamlin and Justin McIntire: A Tale of Two Perspectives - Calibre Press

Damar Hamlin as a man, when looking at his life, presents an inspiring story on most every level. Justin McIntire, as a man, by all accounts, is himself, an inspiration. You know who Damar Hamlin is. He is a 24-year-old professional football player who suffered cardiac arrest on January 2, 2023, whi...

A big thank you to the West Caln Township Police Officers and all the other Officers who protect and serve!!!

A big thank you to the West Caln Township Police Officers and all the other Officers who protect and serve!!!


New dinner menu .starting Tuesday

Photos from East Brandywine Township Police Department's post

Photos from East Brandywine Township Police Department's post





Judge Patrick Carmody sentenced Michael White, 22, of Manheim, PA, to 16-32 years in a state correctional facility for stabbing Coatesville City Police Officer William Cahill at a Turkey Hill in Coatesville on 9/3/21. Cahill and his partner were there in response to a report of a theft by the defendant when the defendant attacked him with a knife. Cahill, a 35-year veteran law enforcement officer, suffered multiple stab wounds to his head and face. He was transported to Reading Hospital where he underwent surgery.

DA Deb Ryan said, “This was a violent and unprovoked attack on police where Officer Cahill almost died. Officer Cahill modeled exemplary professionalism and respect to the defendant during this theft investigation and, in return, was brutally assaulted to the point that he will have life-altering repercussions. Law enforcement make the ultimate sacrifice to put their lives on the line to protect others before themselves. We are so thankful Officer Cahill is still here with us today, and grateful to all the law enforcement agencies and good Samaritans who stepped up to help save his life.”

Coatesville City Police Chief Jack Laufer stated, “Each day a law enforcement officer leaves for work there is no guarantee that he or she will return home. Our families and loved ones shoulder that burden for us as well. Officer Cahill was an exceptional police officer who served the community above self, and as a result of this horrible assault had to leave a career that defined him. Thankfully, many came to his rescue that day and saved his life.”

On 9/3/21, Coatesville City Police responded to the Turkey Hill on Kings Highway, Coatesville, for the report of theft by the defendant, an employee. Officer Cahill and his partner met with the defendant in an office inside the store.

The defendant confessed to police that he had stolen $3k from the register over the past several months. That day he was confronted by a store manager after stealing another $200. The defendant told officers that he would return the money he had just stolen, along with the $3k that he had in a safe at his home. Officers told him he was free to leave to retrieve the money.

After Officer Cahill shook the defendant’s hand the defendant shoved him and stabbed him in the head and face with a knife multiple times. The defendant was immediately taken into custody. Officer Cahill was transported to Brandywine Hospital and then transferred to Reading Hospital. He had multiple surgeries, sustained permanent nerve damage, and has extensive physical therapy. He had to leave law enforcement as a result of his injuries.

Chief of Staff Andrea Cardamone was the assigned prosecutor. Chester County Detectives, Coatesville City Police, East Fallowfield PD, West Brandywine PD, Sadsbury PD, Caln PD, and West Caln PD investigated.


Happy New Year! 🎊


Merry Christmas!!!


In the rush of the holidays, we want to step back and recognize all of the feelings present at this time of year - the happy and the sad.

While the holidays are full of joy, they can be a hard time for many. Here are our tips for approaching your grief and sadness at this time of year - alongside your joy.

Remember that you always have a friend at the Y. 💓

Thank you Hughes & Hughes Family Dentistry for your continued support with our annual Christmas Toy Drive. Without peopl...

Thank you Hughes & Hughes Family Dentistry for your continued support with our annual Christmas Toy Drive. Without people like you and your staff and others who donated this would not be possible.

If anyone knows this person please contact Chester County Dispatch at 610-383-7000 and request to speak with a Downingto...

If anyone knows this person please contact Chester County Dispatch at 610-383-7000 and request to speak with a Downingtown Officer.


Residents are reminded to be extra careful during the holiday season. There are people out there that will take advantage of you. The police department received a call this morning that several mailboxes in the township were opened and items removed. Please do not place gift cards or cash inside your mailbox.




A good read!!!


The members of the West Caln Township Police Department would like to wish you, your family, and friends a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!


The West Caln Township Police Department reminds residents not to place gift cards or cash inside your mailbox or trash cans during the holiday season. There are people out there that will take advantage of your kindness and remove the gifts.


Today, we honor and thank all the men and women who have served our country. We also thank those who are currently serving at home and abroad. Thank you for protecting us and our country.
Happy Veteran's Day!

Our sincere condolences to the King family. 

Our sincere condolences to the King family. 

With heavy hearts, and great sadness we announce the passing of Engineer and Past President Richard "Rick" King. His contributions and efforts helped make our organization what it is today. Our thoughts and prayers are with the King family at this time of loss.


Day 2

North Bonsall will be closed between West Kings Highway and Martins Corner Road for tree work. The road will be open after 2:30 PM



AT&T Mobility has notified the Chester County 9-1-1 Center that they are experiencing an outage that may cause Wireless 9-1-1 calls not to connect to the 9-1-1 Center. If you experience an issue calling 9-1-1 please use a landline phone.

2022 West Caln Township Police Department Toy drive starts Tuesday November 1st until Friday December 9th.

2022 West Caln Township Police Department Toy drive starts Tuesday November 1st until Friday December 9th.

Congratulation John Yearsley

Congratulation John Yearsley

Please join us in congratulating Wagontown Firefighter John R Yearsley on his induction to the Coatesville Sports Hall of Fame this evening!


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Awesome News it's that time of year!....come support our local girl scout troop 4291 at the newly opened Kings Tavern (313 W Kings Hwy, Coatesville, PA 19320) tonight from 5pm to 8pm. Get your girl scout cookie fix during happy hour!!!! Great way to end your delicious meal with some yummy goodness.
We had an amazing day with some amazing kids from the Coatesville Area School District yesterday during our 19th annual 'Shop with a Cop' program. Like previous years, we partnered with Hope Beyond Borders and Coatesville Kids to College to plan a memorable and special day for our youth. The staff and volunteers from HBB and CKS are fabulous, not only during 'Shop with a Cop,' but throughout the year by ensuring that our youth have the guidance and support to reach their full potential. Taking a bus load of kids shopping cannot be accomplished without the help of so many people and organizations, so we'd like to extend our sincere appreciation for their time and care for our community's youth and their generous contributions.

We began our day at Olivet United Methodist Church for photos with Santa, breakfast and some festive entertainment. We thank the church for the use of their beautiful space, Chester County Sheriff's Office's Deputy James Audette for playing the saxophone and South Coatesville Police's Chief Kevin Pierce for sharing his wonderful voice as he sang festive songs.

After announcements, the kids were loaded onto a bus provided by Krapf School Bus where a joyful driver greeted the kids and safely navigated their parade-style journey to Parkesburg Wal-Mart, surrounded by dozens of first responder vehicles. We thank Constable Tyrone Harley and The City of Coatesville Parks & Recreation Chairperson, Ajene Livingston, for serving as chaperones. Upon arrival, the kids were teamed up with an officer that served as their es**rt and shopping consultant. It was a great opportunity to spend one-on-one time with the youth, share some laughs and have important conversation. It was nice to see so many kids thinking of others as they made gift selections. We thank Walmart for all of their support, including a significant discount, wrapping supplies and use of their breakroom. The staff was amazing and helped make the program enjoyable for the participants, officers and volunteers.

Once again this year, Witmer Public Safety Group was our presenting sponsor and we sincerely thank the employees of WPSG and the Witmer Family for their tremendous support. Their desire to help make kids smile and assist us in building constructive relationships between community and police is incredible. We also thank the Coatesville Police Officers Union and the several anonymous community members that helped support the program by anonymously providing financial contributions.

Having help from our 'friends in blue' is always appreciated. We thank Caln Township Police Department, South Coatesville Police, West Brandywine Police Department, West Sadsbury Township Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Sadsbury Township Police Department, Valley Township Police Department, Chester County Sheriff's Office and West Caln Township Police Department for joining us.

We thank Helen from Coatesville Youth Initiative for serving as our photographer and capturing a variety of moments that we're able to share. We also thank Chris Hutelmyer from Arts and Athletics Club for volunteering to chronicle the program on video.

Most importantly, we thank the youth (and their families) that we had an opportunity to connect with yesterday. It may have only been a four-hour event but we hope that it leads to a lifetime of mutual respect and ongoing constructive relationships with the youth and families we serve.
Come support Greater Coatesville Girl Scout Troop 4291 this Sunday at our baked goods table! Warm up with some hot cocoa and coffee. Tummy is grumbling? We will have hot dogs, chips and pretzels. Yummy sweet goodness for everyone to enjoy. Have a girl who wishes to join? Come say hi and we can answer all your questions. Can't wait to see you!
I want to thank the West Caln Police Department and especially all of the officers that went to great lengths last night to help me! I have never met officers so kind and caring in my entire life! I love you with all my heart and truly appreciate all you did for me! I have nothing but respect and admiration for all you do! Thank you again for the help and support! 💕
Thank you to all of the police officers that have answered the call to public service and put their lives on the line to protect our community.

Today and during the coming week, if you see any officer around town, give a wave and a word of thanks!

Thank you: Royersford Police Department Spring City Police Department Limerick Township Police Department Upper Providence Township Police Department Lower Providence Township Police Department, Montgomery County, PA West Norriton Township Police Department Collegeville Borough Police Department Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department Caln Township Police Department Uwchlan Township Police Department Upper Uwchlan Police Department East Brandywine Township Police Department West Brandywine Police Department West Caln Township Police Department East Pikeland Township Police Department West Vincent Township Police Department East Vincent Twp Police Department coventry township police department North Coventry Township Police Department Honey Brook Borough Police Department PA State Police
If you need your driveway plowed out during this snow Storm, feel free to give me a call or send me a text and I can add you to the list. I cannot tell you how much it will cost, without knowing the size of your driveway. Normal Driveway Cost $50-75 with up to 6 inches of Snow. as the snow accumulates the prices will increase. I will be working 24 hours straight until all my driveways are done. And remember please stay off the roads unless you need to be on them, and give plow trucks the space needed while they are clearing the roads for us.

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𝗟𝗮𝘀𝘁 𝗰𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝘁𝗼 𝗴𝗲𝘁 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝘁𝗼𝘆𝘀 𝗶𝗻! Bring your NEW, unwrapped toys for the West Caln Township Police Department 2020 Toy Drive to our office by Friday, December 11, 2020.

By providing a new toy, we can show underprivileged children that someone cares – and share the magic of the holiday season.

Not sure what to give? Visit our original 2020 toy drive post for helpful information -

The toy collection box will be located outdoors, alongside our building. If you have any questions, call us at 610-942-3321. Thanks for supporting such a great cause! | 1400 Horseshoe Pike, Glenmoore, PA 19343

Officers from 18 different departments grew beards and raised funds to support the community. Together, they raised over $12,000 for our participants.

Thank you to the officers at Willistown Township Police Department, Malvern Borough Police Department Pennsylvania, Easttown Township Police Department, East Whiteland Township Police Department, West Chester Borough Police Department, Uwchlan Township Police Department, East Fallowfield Township Police, Oxford Borough Police Department, East Brandywine Township Police Department, West Goshen Township Police Department, Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police, West Pikeland Township Police Department, West Whiteland Township Police Department, West Chester University Police Department, Southern Chester County Regional Police Department, Sadsbury Township Police Department, West Caln Township Police Department, and Chester County Sheriff's Office for joining us .

I'm trying to get Mike on the Hero pages of gofundme! I really could use some help in the way of proof to what he did. If some one anyone would drop by his page and add the story of what Mike did would help so much. Hes not with us anymore. I'm trying to help his wife with all the bills. I'm disabled and make very little money to help!

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