Cumberland lists calls

Cumberland Township police responded to 358 complaints in March.

Of those complaints, police responded to five psych/suicide calls; 11 disturbances; five assault/harassment calls; eight domestic disputes; one act of criminal mischief; 14 suspicious activities; one theft; eight alarms; six medical emergencies; two 9-1-1 hangups; one wanted person; one drug activity; six well-being checks; one instance of shots fired; two frauds; and 24 followup investigations.

Police handled 51 walk-in complaints.

The school resource officer had 31 calls and made five arrests for disorderly conduct and one for harassment, Cumberland police said.

During last month, Cumberland police made 118 traffic stops; issued 65 traffic citations; conducted 34 targeted enforcement actions; made 206 field contacts; handled three criminal arrests; responded to 14 criminal incidents; made 740 business checks; and responded to four traffic wrecks, said police.

Times Staff Writer

Mary Grace has been a Gettysburg Times Staff Writer since December 2016. She covers Carroll Valley Borough, Cumberland Township, Liberty Township, Mount Joy Township, Straban Township, and Littlestown Area School District. Mary Grace lives in Gettysburg.

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