On Thursday October 3, 2019 Forty Fort Police monitored the area of 50 Fort St where it was learned that two wanted subjects were residing. Forty Fort Police Officers were informed by Scranton Police that William D. Watkins and Holly Ann SAVNER were residing at 50 Fort St and operating a 2018 Grey Nissan Versa, which was observed parked in the parking lot of the apartment building. Police began to monitor the area and around 1:00 pm Sgt.
The Forty Fort Borough Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Part Time Police Officer. ($18.00 per hour)
A joint narcotics operation was conducted by the Luzerne County District Attorney's Drug Task Force, the Hanover Township Narcotics Unit and the Forty Fort Police Department that led to a Search Warrant and the arrest of a subject residing in Forty Fort, PA. A search warrant was served at approximately 7:00 am on Thursday, September 5, 2019, on Welles Street in Forty Fort Borough. Christopher Whitmore, 45yrs of age, was taken into custody during the execution of the search warrant
This November, Forty Fort Police Officers are putting down our razors and picking up the cause by participating in the Grow & Give campaign with ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer. During the month of November, all we ask is that you visit our Grow & Give Team page and donate a small amount of money by using the link for your favorite Forty Fort police officer. Together, we can end the suffering of prostate cancer, but we need your support. Thank you
A common question that is asked all the time is “what is the difference between an Excessive Heat Watch and Warning, and how do they differ from a Heat Advisory?”
Below are the answers:
EXCESSIVE HEAT WATCH
An Excessive Heat Watch is issued when there is a potential for the heat index value to reach or exceed 110 degrees or 105 degrees within the next 24 to 48 hours.
EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING
Forty Fort Police are attempting to locate a vehicle involved in a Hit & Run Crash that occurred on Dana Street in Forty Fort on 7/4/2019 after 1pm. The suspect vehicle will be missing its passenger side mirror and will have damage to that location. The vehicle is a maroon colored Ford passenger car.
Forty Fort Borough Council has passed a new Fireworks Ordinance as a supplement to the newly revised fireworks laws in Pennsylvania. In addition to the state law that says, "Individuals may not intentionally ignite or discharge consumer fireworks within 150 feet of an occupied structure", the borough's ordinance also attaches a curfew of 10pm for those fireworks being ignited or discharged within the borough without a permit from Council.
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