Granville Township Police Department

Granville Township Police Department The Granville Township Police Department with 8 full time officers serve the community of Granville
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It’s with great pleasure to announce after 26 years of dedicated service to Granville Township, Chief of Police Craig We...
12/28/2023

It’s with great pleasure to announce after 26 years of dedicated service to Granville Township, Chief of Police Craig Weston is retiring after working his last shift.

The members of the Granville Township Police Department wish Chief Weston a wonderful retirement and we thank you for your years of service and dedication to the residents of the Township!

Best of luck on your new endeavors and we’ll keep the watch from here!

The man in red was spotted by our night shift Officer on the roof of our station! Looks like he is making his way around...
12/25/2023

The man in red was spotted by our night shift Officer on the roof of our station! Looks like he is making his way around the Township!

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas 🎄🎅🏻

Today Chief Weston, Sgt Bubb, Ptlm Busch, and Cpl Brehman participated in "Shop with a Cop" put on by Juniata-Mifflin Co...
12/14/2023

Today Chief Weston, Sgt Bubb, Ptlm Busch, and Cpl Brehman participated in "Shop with a Cop" put on by Juniata-Mifflin County SWAC which is partnered with United Way of Mifflin-Juniata. GTPD officers participated with Lewistown PD, Probation, Sheriffs, and State Police. Granville Twp Fire police assisted and a pizza / gift wrapping party followed at FAME EMS. Thank you to Santa for stopping by during his busy holiday season!

12/01/2023

NEWS RELEASE:

On 11/30/23 The Granville Township Police Department responded to the area of Meloni Ave for reports of shots fired. Further investigation revealed that this was due to a disturbance earlier in the day. Officers on scene were then able to make contact with the suspect, William Carlos Moore age 68 of Lewistown. Moore was taken into custody and lodged in the Mifflin County Correctional Facility awaiting Preliminary Arraignment. Moore was charged with Aggravated Assault, Terroristic Threats, Simple Assault, and Recklessly Endangering Another Person. GTPD were assisted at the scene by Mifflin County Regional Police Department, Lewistown Borough Police Department, & The Pennsylvania State Police.

We want our community to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday, but we also want people to be responsible.The Mifflin County DU...
11/22/2023

We want our community to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday, but we also want people to be responsible.

The Mifflin County DUI Task Force has teamed up with the National Highway Safety Administration and the PA DUI Association in an effort to reduce impaired driving. Officers from the Granville Township Police Department, Mifflin County Regional Police Department, Lewistown Police Department and Armagh Township Police Department will be out in full force tonight and throughout the holiday assigned to enforcement patrols looking for impaired drivers.

Please have a designated driver! Use a ride Share! Most of all, be safe and responsible!

It is with great sadness to announce the passing of retired Police Officer Robert (Bob) Swisher who had dedicated 27 yea...
11/21/2023

It is with great sadness to announce the passing of retired Police Officer Robert (Bob) Swisher who had dedicated 27 years of faithful service to the residents of Granville Township. May he Rest in Peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bob's family and friends during this difficult time.

*Update - The male subject has been identified The Granville Township Police Department is attempting to identify the ma...
11/18/2023

*Update - The male subject has been identified

The Granville Township Police Department is attempting to identify the male subject pictured below. Anyone with any information can contact the Mifflin County 911 center at 717-248-9607.

Effective immediately, The Granville Township Supervisors have instituted a burn ban until further notice.
11/16/2023

Effective immediately, The Granville Township Supervisors have instituted a burn ban until further notice.

11/11/2023
Found bike and personal property left at the intersection of SR103 and Helen Street.  To claim: contact police at 717-95...
11/08/2023

Found bike and personal property left at the intersection of SR103 and Helen Street. To claim: contact police at 717-953-9713.

*UPDATE: The vehicle owner has been identified*Police are attempting to identify the owner of a Jeep leaving the Mifflin...
10/29/2023

*UPDATE: The vehicle owner has been identified*

Police are attempting to identify the owner of a Jeep leaving the Mifflin County Sportsmans Association on 10/26/23 in the morning hours. Anyone with information as to the owner of this Jeep is urged to contact police at 717-953-9713 ext 4.

Dog found in the area of Angelo’s SR 103 area.  Possibly a Foxhound dog.   Contact Granville Township Police if you know...
10/13/2023

Dog found in the area of Angelo’s SR 103 area. Possibly a Foxhound dog. Contact Granville Township Police if you know the owner of this dog. 717-248-9607, 717-953-9713 or contact this page. Thank you in advance

09/28/2023

On Sunday, October 1st there will be a Bus Rescue Drill taking place in the Strodes Mills area near the Bus Garage. The Bus is there now in preparation for the event. This will allow First Responders to gain valuable experience should the real situation occur.

09/07/2023

Another update from our Chief of Police:

Good afternoon folks.

So our team of forensic anthropologists from Mercyhurst University are on scene in the Reedsville area. This team is comprised of several PhDs and multiple graduate students. We have located human remains in a wooded area of Honeybrook, within several hundred yards of Holbrook's residence. While DNA confirmation will take some time, we believe these human remains are the remains of the missing person from Calvert County Maryland.

This is very much an active homicide investigation.

Additional detectives from the Calvert County Sheriff's Department have arrived in the area. Detectives will be visiting businesses in the area in search of specific video surveillance footage. Detectives will also continue to speak with residents of the Reedsville area in search of potential witnesses. While not in uniform, all Calvert County personnel will have appropriate credentials on their person.

The public and media is discouraged from visiting the Honeybrook area at this time as the crime scene is large and sprawling, public egress and ingress to the area is very limited, and the investigation remains active. Police restriction to the area are intended to protect potential evidence and maintain case integrity.

A large-scale police presence in the Reedsville area will continue throughout today. In addition, secondary locations may be identified based on findings at the Honeybrook crime scene.

As with each of my other releases... there is NO credible threat to the public in the Reedsville area at this time.

Are you looking to start a career in Law Enforcement? We are currently hiring for the position of Police Officer/ Code E...
08/31/2023

Are you looking to start a career in Law Enforcement? We are currently hiring for the position of Police Officer/ Code Enforcement Officer. To download an application please visit https://granvilletwp.org/police/

08/10/2023

Update: Wallet has been returned to the owner.

A lost wallet belonging to a Brady Rightenour was turned into our station. If anyone knows this individual please have him contact our station at 717-953-9713 or the 911 Center at 717-248-9607.

National Night was a success.  Thank you to all that came out and made the night special.
08/02/2023

National Night was a success. Thank you to all that came out and made the night special.

Tonight is the night.  Come celebrate the 40th year of National Night Out at Kish Park.  Event runs 6p-9p with lots of a...
08/01/2023

Tonight is the night. Come celebrate the 40th year of National Night Out at Kish Park. Event runs 6p-9p with lots of activities for the kids.

UPDATE: subject has been identifiedThe Granville Township Police Department is attempting to identify the male subject p...
07/28/2023

UPDATE: subject has been identified

The Granville Township Police Department is attempting to identify the male subject pictured below. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police department at 717-953-9713 or the 911 center at 717-248-9607.

National Night Out 2023.  Come on out and join in the fun.
07/18/2023

National Night Out 2023. Come on out and join in the fun.

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