Perkiomen Police, Fire & EMS Stats: November

Pennsylvania State Police reported 96 incidents; there were 24 Perkiomen Township Fire Company incidents and 26 ambulance requests.


Perkiomen Township officials released the police, fire and ambulance logs for the month of November, which included 96 Pennsylvania State Police calls, 24 Perkiomen Fire Company incidents, and 26 ambulance requests from Trappe Ambulance.

Pennsylvania State Police

Four thefts were reported to the Pennsylvania State Police, including two theft, fraud or forgery reports, on theft from a construction site, and one theft from a motor vehicle.

Two assaults were reported – one harassment and two simple assaults – along with one disorderly conduct, one domestic report, one suspicious person and vehicle each, and three disturbances.

There were twenty total collisions in the township; in two, the people involved were gone when police arrived.  There were three reports of animals on the roadway, and two reports of debris on the roadway.

Perkiomen Township Fire Company

There were 24 incidents reported by Perkiomen Township Fire Marshal John T. Moran, Sr.

There were five fire investigations, four vehicle accidents with injuries, two fire police calls, three faulty fire alarms, and two vehicle rescues, among other calls.

Moran said that there was zero fire loss reported in the township for the month, and the fire loss to date is $206,400.

Trappe Fire Co. #1 Ambulance

According to a report from Trappe Ambulance, there were 26  dispatches into Perkiomen Township. The Trappe Station responded to 18 of the requests, the Limerick Station responded to eight.

The time from dispatch to response was 1.2 minutes and the time from response to arrival was 5.8 minutes, for a total response time of seven minutes.

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         Perkiomen Police, Fire & EMS Stats: August


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