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Please see attachment of the postponement until further date and time from Martinsburg WV Elks Lodge 778 for Law and Safety Dinner and award Ceremony.

A N N O U N C E M E N T

Amid concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has issued precautionary directions. Accordingly, Martinsburg Elks Lodge 778 will postpone the popular Law & Safety Day event at this time. It will be re-scheduled in its entirety at a future date. Thank you, in advance for adjusting to any inconveniences this may cause your agency.

This decision is being made for the health and welfare of our Lodge members as well as to allow your agencies to devote full attention to our communities and citizens.

Thank you!
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The Martinsburg Police Department is asking assistance from the public in identifying the subjects in the picture. The individuals were involved in a battery which occurred on February 18th at Mid-town 7-11. If you are able to identify any of the subjects, please contact the Martinsburg Police Department at 304-264-2100. ... See MoreSee Less

The Martinsburg Police Department is asking assistance from the public in identifying the subjects in the picture.  The individuals were involved in a battery which occurred on February 18th at Mid-town 7-11.  If you are able to identify any of the subjects, please contact the Martinsburg Police Department at 304-264-2100.

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You're running a business and one more prone to being robbed and you can't spend a few hundred on decent cameras? It's 2020, it's not 1998...the quality of cameras have gone up and it's not all that expensive...even so it's a business expense.

I agree. Its hard to see them. Perhaps the store or wherever this place is, cant afford better cameras.

Pictures of MARS come out clearer!

Horrible pics to try and identify them from tho

If you don't have anything nice to say, say nothing at all.

Found them. Just bc you know they are looking at this page. Punks

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The Martinsburg Police Department is currently in the process of hiring new officers. The physical and written tests will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020. The deadline for applicants to be submitted is Friday, March 6, 2020 at 5pm. Please visit our website for additional information. ... See MoreSee Less

The Martinsburg Police Department is currently in the process of hiring new officers. The physical and written tests will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020. The deadline for applicants to be submitted is Friday, March 6, 2020 at 5pm. Please visit our website for additional information.

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Must pass drug test...

If they only paid more I would

Don’t forget water and sewer department needs help

Wonder if they are looking for someone my age. 69 1/2. Hahahaha

Shame the cut off isn't 45...

Courtney Yost

Brandon Woods

Justin Bruce Murphy Julie Anna

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On Tuesday, February 18, 2020, the 200 block of Porter Avenue will be closed due to powerline repairs. The section of roadway will be closed after 8am and will be reopen when repairs are completed. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lynn Timbrook

On Monday, February 17, 2020, the 100 and 200 blocks of West Race Street will be closed starting at 8am for several hours to accommodate the removal of a power line pole. The task should be completed by noon. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for the heads up

Will power be cut off? If so, which streets?

Just removing it or are they replacing it

OFFICER OF THE MONTH

Sergeant Andrew Garcia has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for February, 2020.

An MPD veteran with 12 years on the job who promoted to the rank of sergeant last May, Sergeant Garcia has proven himself to be a conscientious supervisor who focuses on effective police work, officer safety, training, and continuing to build positive relationships between our police and the community.

to read more, please visit:
www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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OFFICER OF THE MONTH

Sergeant Andrew Garcia has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for February, 2020.  

An MPD veteran with 12 years on the job who promoted to the rank of sergeant last May, Sergeant Garcia has proven himself to be a conscientious supervisor who focuses on effective police work, officer safety, training, and continuing to build positive relationships between our police and the community.

to read more, please visit:
http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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Officer Fritz is awesome, Burcher is a Sweet heart, Funkhouser is a wonderful officer ,Parks is awesome, Strickler is wonderful,Gibbons is awesome as well

Dedicated, professional, and takes time to talk to the residents in the community he serves. Well deserved.

Congratulations Sgt. Garcia and God Bless you ,your family and the rest of the officers and family on MPD

Congratulations, Sgt. Garcia! May God watch over you and protect you while on patrol. Stay safe.

This was long overdue MPD. Officer Garcia is one of the best you've got.

One of the best officers in the area!!! Well deserved (even when he picks on me for being so short 😂) Congrats Andrew Joseph

Allot of good police officers on the MPD just some get judged by others...

Congratulations, my friend. Thank you for placing yourself between my family and danger.

Should be Officer of the month every single month

Congrats! The Sgt. And I met on a dreadful evening and I will say he was professional, kind, and 100 percent willing to hear both sides. Well deserved!

Congratulations to Sgt. Garcia, a true asset to the MPD and to the community!

He’s a great man & mentor. I don’t think anyone deserves this more than him.

Congrats Sgt Garcia!

Congratulations to Sgt. Garcia!

Congratulations! May God continue to keep you safe while you serve Him and your community.

I don't like cops but he was always nice to my god daughter and always brought her home to me!

Congratulations and thank you for your service Sergeant Garcia 🎉

Congratulations Sgt. Garcia and thank you for helping in our community.

The consummate example of community policing. You are always looking up for guidance. Very excited to see what He has planned for you and your family.

Congratulations to an outstanding dedicated LEO of the community. Keep up the great work.

Thank you for working so hard to make Martinsburg a safer place. God bless you.

Congrats we really don't like cops either but he is a wonderful person to communicate with should have more like him you would get more out of people. He is very understanding and kind. Now let's clean up them streets of Martinsburg.

Congratulations and thank you for everything threw the ups and downs we had been threw again thank you so very very much

Congratulations Sgt.Garcia..Thank You for keeping us safe..

Congratulations ... Thank you!

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United States Attorney Bill Powell recognizes Martinsburg as a leader in violent crime reduction. ... See MoreSee Less

United States Attorney Bill Powell recognizes Martinsburg as a leader in violent crime reduction.

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I wanted to think the police department for responding to my request for increased patrols. Since the 711 closed across the street from my home, the drug dealers decided to move onto my stoop. My concern was they would pop the lock on my Olde Barbershop and move in for the heat. I believe the increase of cruisers and perhaps foot patrol have dissuaded them from setting up a more permanent shop. Thank you Officers.

Thanks Chief and all the officers. Your efforts of going above and beyond for our community is paying off. Here is to continuing to bridge the gap!

711 in Hedgesville was robbed early this morning everyone is saying due to the county boy blocking it off

congratulations!

Thanks to my Son and all of the other police personnel in this district.

An armed society is a polite society.

so sorry, thank, not think

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During the month of December, Patrolman First Class Michael Jones delivered presents to many unsuspecting children during his patrol duties. Pfc. Jones has been doing this for the past few years. A few pictures of some of the excited recipients. ... See MoreSee Less

During the month of December, Patrolman First Class Michael Jones delivered presents to many unsuspecting children during his patrol duties.   Pfc. Jones has been doing this for the past few years.   A few pictures of some of the excited recipients.Image attachment

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Wow, thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and kindness to others, Pfc. Jones. Thank you for your services rendered and stay safe always.

You are a pretty awesome guy ,continue the good work in the community and please stay safe. Thank you for your service.

What an outstanding man!! I’m sure there are more stories like this that go unshared with the public! God bless you all!!!

Thank you Officer Jones for the humongous construction set you gave our son, pictured in the first photo, this Christmas season. He talks frequently of your kind gesture. Every time we pass the “mall area” he mentions of when you pulled over my parents, his grandparents, and gave him his gift. My family appreciates very much what you did and will always be remembered. God bless you and your family! Mike Everhart

Great Officer and a awesome asset to not only the Mpd but to our community as well! PFC Jones you get 5 💫

Wonderful person!🙏🏻💙🇺🇸

I'm not sure whom it was, but an officer gave my dramatic lil one a stuffed animal on our way back to the finish line during the chocolate run last year. I'm so thankful for our officers in so many ways. ♥️ Y'all rock.

The two little ones are mine! It was very sweet of him. He scared me, but it was a super nice thing to do. My kids we excited!

Awsome job Patrolman First Class Michael Jones. U are 1 of the best MPD.

This is awesome! Thank you Sir for all that you do!

Thank you.. for your service daily

You are definetely a nice person with a good heart. The smiles on the children's faces are worth all you do for them. Thanks for being a good person and a wonderful police officer.

God bless you ❤️

Amazing !!

That is so nice of you, thank you

Thank you.

Aww this wonderful

Amber Ashton

The one with the construction set is our son Lucas(Boogie), he was in such awe that the policeman did this for him, thank you so much Officer Jones, you are a very special person, my wife and I really appreciate what you did, may God continue to watch over you and bless you in all that you do! Sabrina Renee Everhart

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Due to a hazmat situation at the Martinsburg Waste Water Treatment Plant, located on East John Street, the following areas have been evacuated for safety precautions. Residents and businesses within the area from Race Street to South Street and from Raleigh Street to areas near the 400 block of East Burke Street have been affected by the evacuation. The furthest areas evacuated are around the Prentiss Point subdivision.

Anyone seeking emergency shelter due to evacuation can go to Orchard View Intermediate School, located on Delmar Orchard Road.

Emergency crews are on scene and making assessments. This is a fluid incident and subject to change. Please check back for updates.
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It would be great if everyone was on the same page. I’m on E South and a fireman told us we could stay and stay in doors. An hour later we were told to evacuate.

Is the king daughters court residents safe to stay in the building?

What about wilson st near martinsburg high

I could smell it on west king street. Spoke to a sheriff and he told us to leave.

I'm curious to know how we are to be informed of when we can return to our homes. I got off work at 2 and couldn't go home to change, grab necessities, or check on my kitties. I'm staying at a friend's house until it's safe for me to go home

In between Oak st and Prentiss Point. Are they not evacuating behind Capital Heights?

I live at the end of west Race st we were not told to evacuate and it seems all of our neighbors are also home do we need to evacuate ???

What about north maple

You mentioned Prentiss Point. Is it only the northern part?

Why isn’t information being shared via the swift 911 app/text system? I shouldn’t have to comb Facebook for the latest.

The fire department came to capital heights told us but just left the ones who have no transportation

Do I need to evacuate my pets? They’re in prentiss point.

You are taking into account wind speed and direction correct? Mixed materials of a gaseous nature will carry.

Yikes im not from wv but got a knock on my doir was told to leave..i live near big lots can i go home yet

I got my children ready in took them outside in it after they told us they had transportation. Only one fire truck and a news reporter. No help people are scared and worried

I am beside Prentiss point and have not been evacuated yet

Is the North end of town safe? Manor Park? I heard the rec center was evacuated and that's really close. I have kids and breathing issues.

Merry Christmas Martinsburg

Do we know how long it will take to make sure the area is safe?

What about Anita dr off of state circle?

I called but im not so sure that Virginia Ave is safe to stay. I think the area of evacuation should be re-evaluated. My husband stepped outside and could smell it and started coughing and came back in. Were sealing up the house but i still dont think its safe.

What about the Judicial Center?

Is there a time frame to when we can go back

Are you all accepting donations of snacks and drinks for them?

what about east race street

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On Tuesday, December 17th, students from Burke Street Elementary School came to the Martinsburg Police Department to decorate the Christmas tree. ... See MoreSee Less

On Tuesday, December 17th, students from Burke Street Elementary School came to the Martinsburg Police Department to decorate the Christmas tree.Image attachment

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Well done !

The tree is very pretty!! Well done Burke St Elementary!!

Officer of the Month- December 2019

Patrolman Ethan Anderson has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for December, 2019.

One of MPD’s newest members with 11 months on the job, Patrolman Anderson is proving himself to be a hardworking, steady and effective officer. His recent enforcement activity speaks for itself. During the past 2 ½ months alone, Anderson enforcement activity has included: 130 Traffic Citations, 153 Traffic Warnings, 13 Criminal Citations, and 30 Physical Arrests.

To read more, please visit:
www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Officer of the Month- December 2019

Patrolman Ethan Anderson has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for December, 2019. 

One of MPD’s newest members with 11 months on the job, Patrolman Anderson is proving himself to be a hardworking, steady and effective officer.  His recent enforcement activity speaks for itself.  During the past 2 ½ months alone, Anderson enforcement activity has included:  130 Traffic Citations, 153 Traffic Warnings, 13 Criminal Citations, and 30 Physical Arrests.   

To read more, please visit:
http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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Great job Ethan! Thank you so very much for your service!

Congratulations thanks for your dedication 👮‍♂️

Wow. That's wonderful!

Congratulations! Thank you for your service to our community!

CONGRATULATIONS.....Thank You for all you do.....HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A VERY SAFE NEW YEAR...officer Anderson

Congratulations and thank you for serving your community

Thanks for your service to the community.

Thanks Ethan . Never forget how effective the fish hook can be..

Congratulations Ethan on your award. We are extremely proud of you and all you have accomplished. Keep up the good work and always be careful.

Great job !!

I hope everyone read the whole story on the website.

Congratulations! Thank you for your service and keeping the city of Martinsburg safe

So proud of our Grandson your doing a great job

Congratulations

Congrats

Be safe out there!

Great job Ethan Anderson!!! Keep the burg safe

Thank you for protecting us

Thank you for your service!

Good job! Keep it up.

Congratulations! And Thanks

Congratulations Merry Christmas

Congratulations 🎈

Congrats!

Congratulations!

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Students at Martinsburg High School wishing SRO Everhart a Happy Birthday today! ... See MoreSee Less

Students at Martinsburg High School wishing SRO Everhart a Happy Birthday today!Image attachment

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He's a good sport!! What a mess!! Lol Happy birthday officer 💙💙💙

Happy bday coolest cop around my daughter loved him to death before she graduated

That's awsome!! And amazing !! Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday! He does not look amused 😆

Happy Birthday! 😁

Happy Birthday to my lil brother......🎂🎈🎈

Oh my word...this is the funniest thing I've seen all day!😂😂 Happy Birthday Shane!!🥳

Happy happy birthday! What a good sport!!!

Happy happy birthday!!

Happy Birthday baby brother!

Happy birthday Shane!!!

Happy birthday

Happy birthday

Happy birthday!

Happy birthday. 🎉🎁🎂🎊🎈

Happy Birthday.

Happy Birthday 🎁🎈🎂

Happy Birthday

Happy birthday

Happy birthday!

Happy Birthday

Happy birthday Shane!

Happy birthday Shane!

Happy birthday

HAPPY Birthday

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On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Main Street Martinsburg will be holding their annual Christmas parade at 7pm. No parking will be permitted after 5pm in the 100 block of North Queen Street and the 100 block of South Queen Street on. The entire parade route will be closed at 6:30pm. A map of the parade route is below ... See MoreSee Less

On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Main Street Martinsburg will be holding their annual Christmas parade at 7pm.   No parking will be permitted after 5pm in the 100 block of North Queen Street and the 100 block of South Queen Street on.  The entire parade route will be closed at 6:30pm.  A map of the parade route is below

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Best of luck to all. With the winds we're supposed to have today I'll say a prayer for you. As for me I'm going to sit this one out at home with my furbabies and my blanket.

Has anyone participating got information regarding line up and where you are in the line up??

Ugh on a Tuesday 😩

Where is it starting?

It stupidly to have a parade doing the weekday. It should b on a Friday or Saturday

Thank you

Really on a Tuesday night ? Why not in a Friday or Saturday night

Jeff Kenderdine

Kimmy Smith

McKayla Dodson

Matthew Morrison

Kendra

Danielle Marie

Tim Saffran

Jessica Lynn Miller y'all going

Yeah if it don't rain

Allison Mosher

This is the dumbest idea, who decides to have a parade in the dark?

Inshan Mohamed

Lorie Herbert

David

The kids will be dropped off and picked up at SMHS? Times?

Hello, will the parade start at stephen and maple or queen and king? And will it be starting at 7? I see conflicting times on other pages.

Why in the middle of the week?

I’m not understanding this map

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The stats below are the comparison of calls for service in drug house blocks prior to and after enforcement action has been taken. This is a correction from the previous graph. ... See MoreSee Less

The stats below are the comparison of calls for service in drug house blocks prior to and after enforcement action has been taken.  This is a correction from the previous graph.

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Keep up the great work!

Threat Against Martinsburg South Middle Cleared

On Monday, November 11, 2019, the Martinsburg Police Department and Berkeley County Schools investigated a threat of a school shooting to occur tomorrow at South Middle School. The threat was investigated and two juvenile suspects have been identified. The threat has been cleared as non-credible and charges are being filed against the juveniles.
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Good job officers. Thank you for keeping the children safe.

Great job officers but why hasn’t the school system notified parents at all?!?!

Great job

How many is that for the county this year?

Good job officer on keep children protected

Thank you, Martinsburg Police Department and Martinsburg South Middle.

Melissa Young Benton.

Kandi Judy

Amber Pack did you see this?

Good. Start setting examples to end this. 2 years in juvenile should work.. Quit letting them off.. this is for judges and prosecutors. Cops do their jobs amazingly

Kimberly Martin Lineberg did you see this?

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On Sunday, November 10, 2019, the 2nd annual Veterans Day Parade will be held in Martinsburg at 2pm. The 100 block of East Race Street, the 200 block of North Queen Street, the 100 block of North Queen Street, the 100 block of South Queen Street, the 200 block of South Queen Street and the 100 block of East King Street will be closed at noon. Vehicles left on the route will be towed.

Please use alternative routes and exercise caution when traveling near the parade route.
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On Sunday, November 10, 2019, the 2nd annual Veterans Day Parade will be held in Martinsburg at 2pm.  The 100 block of East Race Street, the 200 block of North Queen Street, the 100 block of North Queen Street, the 100 block of South Queen Street, the 200 block of South Queen Street and the 100 block of East King Street will be closed at noon. Vehicles left on the route will be towed.  

Please use alternative routes and exercise caution when traveling near the parade route.

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Linda

Nikki Lynne Gregory

You going ?

Matthew Hull

Marlene Ricketts, Carol Caniford

Linda LaMarca u want to go on Monday

Kenny Detwiler Briana Fix Wanna go?

Morganne Holmes🥴🥴🥴🥴🥴🥴🥴🥴🥴

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CLOSURE OF CITY HALL BACK PARKING LOT:

Effective Monday morning, November 11, 2019, through Sunday, November 17, 2019, the entrance to City Hall Back Parking will be CLOSED. The contractor will be constructing sidewalks, etc. for the new Police Department/Municipal Court building. Hopefully, the entrance will reopen on Monday, November 18, 2019.
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The sections of Queen Street and adjacent blocks that were closed due to the gas leak repair have been reopened. The 100 and 200 blocks of West Stephen Street will remain closed while workers continue the repairs. ... See MoreSee Less

Temporary Street Closures

The Martinsburg Police Department is temporarily closing South Queen Street from the intersection with King Street to South Street due to a gas leak. Also closed in this area will be the 100 blocks of John Street and the 100 blocks of Stephen Street. The Martinsburg Fire Department is currently on scene assessing the situation. Temporary evacuations have been made in this area.

Once the leak is repaired, the roadway will be reopened. Check back for updates.
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Keep 🆙 the great work and be safe

What about the high school?

Any updates

Bonnie

Letitia Jones

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TRICK OR TREAT RESCHEDULED

Due to the forecasted weather, Trick or Treat has been cancelled tonight and rescheduled for Saturday November 2nd from 6pm to 8pm in Martinsburg and in Berkeley County.
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Sorry not sorry but halloween is today not tomorrow not saturday. You cant just move the holiday because of weather!! Where I'm from you go trick or treating even if its snowing. So thanks City of Martinsburg for ruining Halloween for my children.. this place sucks anyways.

Yes Heather Marie Schmidt because taking your kids outside during possible tornadoes and down pouring rain is a great idea ..and blaming the Martinsburg police for trying to protect our kids is reallyyy smart 🙄

Safety above all else. For the kids and adults who are having temper tantrums, this is a good life lesson and teachable moment.

omg...too many parents of little children whining about the changing of trick or treating...today is still HALLOWEEN, but they and other jurisdictions have changed the day, but the time is still the same...teach your children that sometimes you can’t always have what they want...when my 3 were growing up they knew at an early age...it may not be the same so what some did (and my opinion ONLY) is bought candy , invite some others that are disappointed and have a party indoors to celebrate

If y’all want candy that bad it’ll be 50% off at most stores tomorrow lol! I have to work Saturday so I’ll end up missing it but I’m not complaining 🤷🏼‍♀️

We are under a tornado watch I am glad they changed Trick or Treating

Good call!

It took y’all long enough.

Amy Feaster

Brittany Bailey Carol Cool Aikens Dwayne Humphries Ashley Fowler Michael Wilber

Betsy Keyser Crewe

Angela Dawn Bender

Rafka Chaiban Makary

April Renee Abshire

Katelyn Faulconer

Lindsay Walter

Monica Snyder

Amy Frye Jordan Bowers

Sabrina Elaradi just saw you posted asking

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Today Bethel Church in Martinsburg dropped off some treats to MPD. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

Today Bethel Church in Martinsburg dropped off some treats to MPD.   Thank you!

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how wonderful 💚 thank you

Yummy! I'm here to help you with that if you need me. 🤭

Excellent

💙🇺🇸

Dont let George eat it all. 🤣

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Traffic Notice:

On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, the 100 block of South Queen Street will be reduced to one lane of travel from 8am-3pm for repairs to a property. A flagging company will be on site for the duration to assist motorists through this area. Please use alternative routes to avoid any traffic congestion caused by the repairs.

Also, parking will not be permitted on either side of the roadway at this location, as the spaces will be needed for equipment and a travel lane. Any vehicles parked in this area will be subject to being towed.
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Traffic Notice:

On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, the 100 block of South Queen Street will be reduced to one lane of travel from 8am-3pm for repairs to a property.  A flagging company will be on site for the duration to assist motorists through this area.  Please use alternative routes to avoid any traffic congestion caused by the repairs.

Also, parking will not be permitted on either side of the roadway at this location, as the spaces will be needed for equipment and a travel lane.  Any vehicles parked in this area will be subject to being towed.

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Katie Catlett

Cyndi Laidlow

David Eli

MPD and the Boys & Girls Club will battle once again in the annual fundraiser basketball game on Friday, October 25, 2019. Come out and support this great event! ... See MoreSee Less

MPD and the Boys & Girls Club  will battle once again in the annual fundraiser basketball game on Friday, October 25, 2019.  Come out and support this great event!

Officer of the Month

Patrolman Dalton Condo has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for October, 2019.

One of MPD’s newest members with 10 months on the job, Officer Dalton Condo is already making a positive impact and becoming highly respected by his fellow officers and members of the community. Dalton has built a reputation as a self-motivated, hard-working, and proactive police officer and his activity speaks for itself. During the past 2 ½ months alone, Condo’s activity has included: 185 Traffic Citations, 97 Traffic Warnings, 21 Criminal Citations, 2 Criminal Warrants Obtained, and 20 Physical Arrests.

To read the entire article, please visit:

www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Officer of the Month

Patrolman Dalton Condo has been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officer of the Month for October, 2019. 

One of MPD’s newest members with 10 months on the job, Officer Dalton Condo is already making a positive impact and becoming highly respected by his fellow officers and members of the community.  Dalton has built a reputation as a self-motivated, hard-working, and proactive police officer and his activity speaks for itself.  During the past 2 ½ months alone, Condo’s activity has included:  185 Traffic Citations, 97 Traffic Warnings, 21 Criminal Citations, 2 Criminal Warrants Obtained, and 20 Physical Arrests.   
 
To read the entire article, please visit:

http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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So incredibly proud of you! 💙 Congratulations!!!

great job officer Condo and thank you for your service and all that you do to keep us safe we are praying for you and all

Great job officer Condo Thank you for your service and be safe out there

This man pulled me over for expired tags and was so friendly. He was kind and very patient. I can see why he got this . Thank you for keep us safe

Congrats Condo. Great job. Thank you!

So proud of you. What a remarkable young man you are. Congratulations

Keep up the great work Dalton!

Congratulations thank you for your service

Congratulations

Congratulations, Dalton.

Congratulations

Congratulations 💙🇺🇸🙏🏻

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Yay!! Congratulations!!

Congratulations

Congratulations, so proud of you!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations Dalton!

Congratulations Dalton!!!

Thank you!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations Dalton!!

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The Martinsburg Police Department would like to congratulate Eric Neely and Jon Smith on their recent promotions. Both officers were officially sworn in before the Martinsburg City Council on October 10, 2019. Congratulations on the promotion in rank to both Sergeant Eric Neely and Corporal Jon Smith. ... See MoreSee Less

The Martinsburg Police Department would like to congratulate Eric Neely and Jon Smith on their recent promotions.  Both officers were officially sworn in before the Martinsburg City Council on October 10, 2019.  Congratulations on the promotion in rank to both Sergeant Eric Neely and Corporal Jon Smith.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Congratulations and thank you both for your service. A special shout out and congratulations to Sergeant Eric Neely. Thank you for your help on the morning of Sept. 29, 2019.

Congratulations Gentleman!! 🎈🎉

Congratulations...Thank you for your hard work and dedication of keeping us protected...

Congratulations to you both. Well deserved.

Congratulations ... thank you for your dedication and service to our community!

congratulations to you both and thank you for protecting us

Congratulations

Congratulations and thank you for your service

Way to go very proud of you guys !!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congrats!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

Congratulations guys!

Thank you for your service

Congratulations

Congratulations 🎉

Congratulations

Congratulations to them

Congratulations!

Awesome!

Congratulations

Congratulations !!!!

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REMINDER FOR TOMORROW:

On Saturday, October 19, 2019, the 40th Annual Apple Harvest Parade and Apple Trample 5k Fun Run will be taking place in Martinsburg. The 5K will start at 11am and the Grand Feature Parade will begin at 1pm. Road Closures for both events will start at 10:30am and will remain in place until the conclusion the parade.
The entire parade route will be closed at 10:30am and a portion of Tennessee Avenue from Berkeley Medical Center to West King Street will be closed from 10:30am until approximately 11:30am for the Apple Trample. After the last participant has exited this portion of Tennessee Avenue, it will be opened back up.
No parking will be enforced on the entire parade route starting at 9am on Saturday morning. Vehicles left on the route will be towed.
A change from previous years, all band participants in the parade will be picked up at Berkeley Heights Elementary School instead of Martinsburg High School.
The Martinsburg Police Department asks all motorists to use caution when traveling near the parade route and be aware of the road closures at 10:30am.
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REMINDER FOR TOMORROW:

On Saturday, October 19, 2019, the 40th Annual Apple Harvest Parade and Apple Trample 5k Fun Run will be taking place in Martinsburg. The 5K will start at 11am and the Grand Feature Parade will begin at 1pm. Road Closures for both events will start at 10:30am and will remain in place until the conclusion the parade.
The entire parade route will be closed at 10:30am and a portion of Tennessee Avenue from Berkeley Medical Center to West King Street will be closed from 10:30am until approximately 11:30am for the Apple Trample. After the last participant has exited this portion of Tennessee Avenue, it will be opened back up. 
No parking will be enforced on the entire parade route starting at 9am on Saturday morning. Vehicles left on the route will be towed. 
A change from previous years, all band participants in the parade will be picked up at Berkeley Heights Elementary School instead of Martinsburg High School. 
The Martinsburg Police Department asks all motorists to use caution when traveling near the parade route and be aware of the road closures at 10:30am.

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David Hoffman, 😁

Halee N Joey

As a person coming thru the area via Rt 11, it would have been nice to have detour signs or Information signs up so we could have gotten on 81 without having to drive and get lost

Where can spectators park?

Linda Elizabeth French John Anselmo

good we can park to go to the Blue White tomorrow

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On Saturday, October 19, 2019, the 40th Annual Apple Harvest Parade and Apple Trample 5k Fun Run will be taking place in Martinsburg. The 5K will start at 11am and the Grand Feature Parade will begin at 1pm. Road Closures for both events will start at 10:30am and will remain in place until the conclusion the parade.

The entire parade route will be closed at 10:30am and a portion of Tennessee Avenue from Berkeley Medical Center to West King Street will be closed from 10:30am until approximately 11:30am for the Apple Trample. After the last participant has exited this portion of Tennessee Avenue, it will be opened back up.

No parking will be enforced on the entire parade route starting at 9am on Saturday morning. Vehicles left on the route will be towed.

A change from previous years, all band participants in the parade will be picked up at Berkeley Heights Elementary School instead of Martinsburg High School.

The Martinsburg Police Department asks all motorists to use caution when traveling near the parade route and be aware of the road closures at 10:30am.
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On Saturday, October 19, 2019, the 40th Annual Apple Harvest Parade and Apple Trample 5k Fun Run will be taking place in Martinsburg.  The 5K will start at 11am and the Grand Feature Parade will begin at 1pm.  Road Closures for both events will start at 10:30am and will remain in place until the conclusion the parade.

The entire parade route will be closed at 10:30am and a portion of Tennessee Avenue from Berkeley Medical Center to West King Street will be closed from 10:30am until approximately 11:30am for the Apple Trample.  After the last participant has exited this portion of Tennessee Avenue, it will be opened back up.  

No parking will be enforced on the entire parade route starting at 9am on Saturday morning.  Vehicles left on the route will be towed.  

A change from previous years, all band participants in the parade will be picked up at Berkeley Heights Elementary School instead of Martinsburg High School.   

The Martinsburg Police Department asks all motorists to use caution when traveling near the parade route and be aware of the road closures at 10:30am.

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This parade is too long of a route. You go along the streets and not that many people are watching it along King St. the route should be shortened

How long time wise is the parade?

The problem is that its long they have it spaced out to far between sections thats wat it makes it long if they put it closer together it wouldnt be so bad Marcus Pruitt

Annie Barrett

Brittany Long

Ragan Hite

Katie Hite

Bobby Barrett 😃

Ryan Bryant

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Upcoming Delays on North Queen Street (US 11) in Berkeley County

The West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists of upcoming delays on North Queen Street (US 11) in Berkeley County beginning as early as Monday, October 7, 2019.

Work will start at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and will continue South to E. Stephen Street.

Work will be performed between the hours of 7:00 AM and 5:30 PM, Monday through Thursday.

These delays are necessary for signal renovation work.
Work will be performed under the direction of flaggers. Motorists are advised to travel with caution through the work zone.

Exact schedule is weather dependent but work should be complete in eight weeks.
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About fixing the one at Winchester Ave. And King Street. The settings on that one are all jacked up!!!!!!!!!!

Let’s just shut Martinsburg down can’t travel High St to the underpass, ain’t nobody got time for all of this and work time is 7:30 5:30 busy times of the day

would be nice for the high st underpass to be finished already....good lord

Yeah lets pick the busiest times during the f*cking day to do road work because we cant possibly work at night time 🙄 WV is the biggest joke when it comes to common sense

This needs to be done between 10pm and 5am. The State should pave Queen St. at the same time.

I want to know when they are going to repave the streets. Driving down Queen Street is like riding over a giant old time wash board!

So cazy should be done t another time of day not when so much going on and so busy. People dont use their head any more . They need get out there and fix other roads befor starting some thing else. But thats Martinsburg for u.

Why would you do this during the busyest time of day??? And not over night??

I hate to see how you can get around when there is a accident on interstate especially if it has to be shutdown

How about finishing the work at the Burke Street Underpass before starting anything else. Been almost TWO YEARS now...😑

I feel like people would complain if their ice cream was cold... good lord...

This will be really thrilling with the school buses too... I'm sure someone already said that but my comments aren't loading

Anybody want to have a parking lot party for when there’s an accident on 81? Lol

Cyndi Laidlow

U people are a joke

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The Martinsburg Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying the below females. On September 22, 2019, they used stolen credit cards at Walgreens and Walmart. The credit cards were stolen from a car while parked at the Rec Center on Woodbury Ave. Entry was gained to the car by breaking out the side window and a purse was stolen. It is unknown at this time if the females that used the stolen cards broke into the car. Anyone with information is asked to contact Ptlm Staub at 304-264-2100. ... See MoreSee Less

The Martinsburg Police Department is asking for the publics assistance in identifying the below females.  On September 22, 2019, they used stolen credit cards at Walgreens and Walmart.  The credit cards were stolen from a car while parked at the Rec Center on Woodbury Ave.  Entry was gained to the car by breaking out the side window and a purse was stolen.  It is unknown at this time if the females that used the stolen cards broke into the car.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Ptlm Staub at 304-264-2100.Image attachment

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The images are terrible..someone needs to invest in better cameras

Someone in Martinsburg and probably Berkeley County Schools should recognize these girls.

Is it me, or does it look a mother and daughter in those photos...They look so much alike..

first problem here....someone left their purse in their car....that's a no no no matter where your parked

It's just as much Walmart and Walgreens fault they should ask for ID like they used to then anybody couldn't just use your card SMH

Does one have a puppy under her jacket?

Shouldn't of left Your Purse in Plain Sight in Car Ya Big Dummy!

But my baby didn’t do nuffin

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Thank you, again, Martinsburg Police Department!! Best. Week. Ever. ❤

Awesome hope to see more pictures or have access to them soon.

This is awesome! How do I sign my child up?

Awesome❤👮👮👮

Love it!

#AnimalAbuse

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Proactive instead of reactive! Excellent way to support and guide the youth of the Community.

Such a great program! Kudos to the MPD for making a difference.

This was a great session for the young one's for sure you all do great

Love it! That’s starting them right

Where do I sign my kids up?? 😁

Jimmy Maradiaga jj would have loved this

What are the ages?

Permanent damage to how many of those children ?

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Notice to Motorists

On Saturday, September 28th, the Walk to End Alzheimer will be taking place in Martinsburg at 10:30am. The start and end of the walk will be the Martinsburg High School. For this event, participants have been instructed to walk on the side of the roadway or sidewalk. The Martinsburg Police Department is asking motorists to exercise caution when traveling on the route. Only the section of South Queen Street from South Street to Wilson Street will be temporarily closed as walkers pass through the area. A copy of the route is below.
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Notice to Motorists

On Saturday, September 28th, the Walk to End Alzheimer will be taking place in Martinsburg at 10:30am.  The start and end of the walk will be the Martinsburg High School.  For this event, participants have been instructed to walk on the side of the roadway or sidewalk.  The Martinsburg Police Department is asking motorists to exercise caution when traveling on the route. Only the section of South Queen Street from South Street to Wilson Street will be temporarily closed as walkers pass through the area.  A copy of the route is below.

MPD Clears Taco Bell Shooting Incident with Two Arrests

The Martinsburg Police Department announced today that the two juvenile offenders responsible for the recent shooting incident in the parking lot of the Foxcroft Avenue Taco Bell are in custody.

On September 6, 2019 at 6:20 p.m., MPD officers responded to a call of shots fired at 1020 Foxcroft Avenue. Arriving on the scene they met a 23-year-old male who informed them he had been chased and shot at by an offender with a handgun who was in the company of a male accomplice. The victim was able to escape and was not hit. The two subjects ran into the wooded area behind the Lowes store and an immediate search of the area by MPD, Berkeley County Deputies, and State Police troopers was unsuccessful.

The victim had been dining with his family inside the restaurant when the offenders entered and threatened him. The victim had gone into the parking lot where one of the offenders pulled out a gun and fired several shots at him. The victim knew the identity of the person who shot at him and the first name of his accomplice. MPD officers later positively identified them as a 16-year-old and 17-year-old juveniles.

The names of the offenders were entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and Detective Corporal Jared Luciano obtained juvenile petitions for charges of Attempted Malicious Wounding and Wanton Endangerment and Conspiracy to Commit Malicious Wounding and Wanton Endangerment. Officers continued to search for the two in both the city and county. One subject was located by juvenile probation officers and the second surrendered to the Martinsburg Police Department.

www.martinsburgpd.org/2019/09/mpd-clears-taco-bell-shooting-incident-with-two-arrests/
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Thank you MPD!

Job well done! Thank you for your care, concern and protection! Praying for all of you!

Great job to our MPD⭐

Great job, MPD!!!

Great work MPD!!

Awesome job MPD!!!!

Great job MPD

Good job MPD

Very good job Mpd

Awesome work.

Good job !

WTF is going on with these kids these day????

Well done Martinsburg Police

Good job

Need go into the woods behind md an clean it up!!!!!!!!!!

How can you know what will happen in the future?!

MPD are usually pretty good.

They should give there names.. If they can do the crime then there name should be on blast..

Shouldn't it be attempted murder charges?

Good job jail time

At their age they could get a gun? Something needs to be done about guns.

👏👏👏

Why isn't it attempted murder

2091??

Wtg MPD.

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September Officers of the Month

Corporal Jared Luciano, Patrolman Roderick Holloway, and Patrolman Aaron Miller have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for September 2019.

Jared Luciano is an MPD veteran with 13 ½ years of service, Roderick Holloway has served for three years, and Aaron Miller is one of MPD’s newer officers with two years on the job. The three MPD officers recently made a tremendous positive impact on the youth of our community, serving as the lead instructors in the first year of MPD’s new Junior Police Academy.

To read more, please visit:
www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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September Officers of the Month

Corporal Jared Luciano, Patrolman Roderick Holloway, and Patrolman Aaron Miller have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for September 2019.  

Jared Luciano is an MPD veteran with 13 ½ years of service, Roderick Holloway has served for three years, and Aaron Miller is one of MPD’s newer officers with two years on the job.  The three MPD officers recently made a tremendous positive impact on the youth of our community, serving as the lead instructors in the first year of MPD’s new Junior Police Academy.  

To read more, please visit:  
http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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Congratulations and thank you for all that you do to keep our community safe 😊

Well deserved! Congratulations!!

Awesome 😃 Congratulations! My son had a great time at the Junior Academy 👍

Congratulations!!! The Jr Police Academy was amazing!! Thank you for inspiring the youth of our community!!!

congrats to the 3 wonderful policeman !

Congratulations to 3 awesome guys!!!

They are wonderful!!! Thank you for all you do.

My son Dallas loved the Junior Police Academy! Congratulations to all three of the officers!

Congratulations to all three⭐⭐⭐

My granddaughter attended your camp. What a positive opportunity for our youth to meet and see how it’s done. God Bless and thank you so much

congratulations thank you for all you do and please be safe out there

Congrats!!! You guys are all Wonderful! 🎉🎉🎉

Congratulations guys!!!! Great job!!!

Congrats to each of you! So proud of you Jared Luciano!

Congratulations! Keep up the good work on John St. and Kentucky Avenue!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations to the 3 officers- especially Holloway! 😊

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Partial Road Closure

On Wednesday, September 18th, from 9am- 2pm, the 200 block of North Queen Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic due to construction on a local business. Flaggers will be place but expect delays during this time.
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Partial Road Closure

On Wednesday, September 18th, from 9am- 2pm, the 200 block of North Queen Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic due to construction on a local business.  Flaggers will be place but expect delays during this time.

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Great!!🤔🤔

Erica Rogers

MPD is hiring! Join Our Team! ... See MoreSee Less

MPD is hiring!  Join Our Team!

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What is the amount of the sign-on bonus? Does the department offer higher pay to college graduates? Does the dept. offer tuition reimbursement for officers who wish to continue their education?

I'm trying to get a hold of someone for questions and the numbers listed online just said call HR and they haven't picked up 🤷

Y’all hiring new officers but most of the current officers don’t even know how to properly do their jobs. There’s huge % of them that are nothing more than incompetent idiots that’s going to end up costing the tax payers a lot of money once I get my auditing equipment together

I received a puzzling visit from 3 of Martinsburg's finest this morning. It was a welfare check to make certain I was not going to harm myself. It seems a heated argument that I had with a recruiter for dragging me along in the interview process got twisted into her notifying the Martinsburg PD that I was going to kill myself. True I was upset at the time because it would have been a hefty promotion for me, but it didn't send me into a tailspin. My thanks to the MPD for coming out on such a hot day to ensure one of your citizens is mentally sound.

Does certified officers wishing to join your team need to take Physical Agility test or just written

Putting in two !!

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Road Closure/ New Traffic Pattern

Effective Wednesday September 11, 2019, no parking will be permitted in the 200 block of North College Street. This will include the additional meters in the block that were not previously marked as No Parking to assist with construction. The 200 block of North College Street will be closed for several weeks at the intersection of College/West Race Street to the rear parking lot of the Shenandoah Hotel. Residents in the area will still be able to access the designated permit parking lot in the Shenandoah Hotel lot. The section of North College Street from the parking lot to West Martin Street will remain open and will be 2 way traffic to allow access to the lot. Please be aware of the temporary traffic pattern change and use caution when entering and exiting this portion of the roadway.
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Road Closure/ New Traffic Pattern

Effective Wednesday September 11, 2019, no parking will be permitted in the 200 block of North College Street.  This will include the additional meters in the block that were not previously marked as No Parking to assist with construction.  The 200 block of North College Street will be closed for several weeks at the intersection of College/West Race Street to the rear parking lot of the Shenandoah Hotel.  Residents in the area will still be able to access the designated permit parking lot in the Shenandoah Hotel lot.  The section of North College Street from the parking lot to West Martin Street will remain open and will be 2 way traffic to allow access to the lot.  Please be aware of the temporary traffic pattern change and use caution when entering and exiting this portion of the roadway.

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Why is it almost every time i come through the burg i see an officer going north on Queen turning left into Anthony's to bypass a traffic control device. Last I checked that is a violation.

Is this due to the new police building being built??

What are they building?

On September 6, 2019 at approximately 6:20pm officers with the Martinsburg Police Department responded to the 1000 block of Foxcroft Avenue for the report of shots fired. Units located spent shell casings on scene as well as an unoccupied, parked vehicle that was struck with a stray bullet. Witnesses identified two juvenile suspects who had fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival. The investigation is ongoing. Charges are pending against the juveniles.

The identification of all those involved in this incident will not be released at this time. The West Virginia State Police and Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department also assisted with the investigation.
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They are two that are always in trouble. The police know who they are, where they live, and who they run around with.

Livens Jeanbaptiste Lily Donlon

Juveniles with guns need to be charged as adults. Teach their little thug butts that thug behavior gets bars for consequences

At this point you can’t be surprised. Between the music they listen to glorifying guns, gangs, murder, drugs, and sex plus growing up in poverty/lack or morals. Children aren’t born with issues, they get thrown in the middle of chaos and are expected to choose better! Children observe and repeat what they live. They most definitely need to be held accountable but they also need intensive therapy and mentoring. They need to be shown consistency and empathy. If nobody takes the time to redirect them then they’re going to keep repeating the cycle and eventually procreate, therefore raising a whole new generation of the same.

Could someone please tell me about the threat made to north middle

James Whatmore

Quincy Oram

Tammy Penaloza Linda Ashby

Melissa Sheffler

Juveniles with guns probably means parents with guns not keeping them properly locked up, parents should be held accountable if it's there gun.

Peachy Dunkin

Shannon 👆🏼

Leigh-Ann Marie Gipe Lang

Sariah Dillow

Don Blasi

Nathan Hess

Gregory

NanCy Daugherty

Abigail Lauren McCullough Timothy Mccullough Ethan Mccullough Wendy Milburn Dave Milburn

Lauren Andrews Khalil Blythe

Aaron Ferguson

Robert N Holly Carter

Sharon Baker

I heard it while I was shopping at Lowes with my family. It's sad your not even safe anywhere. So scary

January Sowers

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On September 3, 2019 at 6:30pm, the Martinsburg Police Department was made aware of threats against Martinsburg High School. Officers thoroughly investigated the threats and located the juvenile suspect who admitted to making a statement in jest. The threats were deemed not credible. The incident will be referred to the Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney's Office to determine whether criminal charges will be sought.

The Martinsburg Police Department encourages all students report any knowledge of threats to the police and school staff.
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They should arrest the kid & put him in juvenile home just like they did when a kid threatened a school in Florida. You can't be making threats to kill ppl these days! It's not a joke.

My child attends MHS & I am yet to receive any info on this situation. Very scary to read abt this on Social media while my child is at school this moment

Does anyone know about the threats made to north middle?

I believe the threats were towards the high school and the child whom placed them was in the Middle school.

Mmm I wonder if they have the wrong school? I know Mountain Ridge had a ntouch go out.

I heard of threats for a different Berkeley County School. Mountain View (I think) not MHS.

A ntouch text came out about Mountain Ridge Middle today. Not sure about martinsburg high

Why was none of the parents not notify

Not credible? Funny

They should put them in jail

Was there threats against both Martinsburg High and Mountain Ridge? The info does not make sense when you looks at the time of the events.

Not credible? When it happens, it’ll be credible? Throw the pos in jail for 2 years minimum.

My daughter heard about it last night via social media.

Yes Mountain Ridge had one which was taken care of someone reported a threat after school at Martinsburg High school

Cops don't tell anything about schools tell it over. They don't want parents going to school.

What the ?!?!? Chad Haines Madison Dietrich did you hear of this?

My daughter goes to martinsburg high and I didnt get any alerts. I think it was mountain ridge

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ROAD CLOSURE:

On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, the 300 block of South Church Street will be closed from 6:30am to 12:00pm for repairs to the Dunn Building. The repairs are not anticipated to last past the listed time. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this street closure.
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ROAD CLOSURE:

On Tuesday, August 27, 2019, the 300 block of South Church Street will be closed from 6:30am to 12:00pm for repairs to the Dunn Building.  The repairs are not anticipated to last past the listed time.  Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this street closure.

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The "work" at the NEVER Dunn building continues . . . . . .

FULL TIME POLICE DISPATCHER II WANTED:

The City of Martinsburg is accepting applications for the position of Full Time Police Dispatcher II. Shift of 4PM Midnight will apply-no day shift available. High school diploma or GED equivalent with specialized course work in general office practices and two (2) years of increasingly responsible related experience, or any equivalent combination of related education and experience.

The successful applicant will monitor telephones and radio in the dispatch center, answer all incoming calls and ascertain the nature of the call, dispatch police vehicles for emergency responses, maintain a log on radio and telephone communications, input data into the computer system, and other related duties as required. The successful applicant must be able to deal with the public and staff of the Police Department in a calm, rational and reasonable manner in often stressful situations. Must have teletype certification or be able to obtain teletype certification timely.

Starting wage of $32,235 with an excellent benefit package. Applications should be filed with the HR Director, 232 N. Queen St., Martinsburg, WV 25401 or online at www.cityofmartinsburg.org no later than Friday, August 23, 2019.
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Tony DelSignore

Collet Rodda Crabill

$32,000 a year for a very high stressed job! You have got to appreciate anybody willing to do this! These are folks who do it for the job not the money!

Ashley Price

Great opportunity! What is a teletype certification exactly? I am willing to learn!

Y'all need police that can handle situations in a calm manner

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Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for August 2019. Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job. In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.

To read more, please visit:

www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Officers of the Month

Corporal Eric Neely and Patrolwoman Britney Conner have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for August 2019.  Eric Neely is an MPD veteran with 16 years of service and Britney Conner has a year and a half on the job.  In earning the Award, both officers demonstrated superior initiative, teamwork, and attention to duty in investigations that resulted in felony arrests and the shutting down of three more drug houses.  

To read more, please visit:  

http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/

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That's my son and I'm very proud of him and his work!!! Congratulations to both of them.

Congratulations

Way to go!! Congrats

🙌 Way to go! You guys rock! Thanks for doing what you do! Stay safe!!!

Congratulations My nephew JR BUTCHER worked for the police department.He is missed by a lot of ppl

Congratulations

Congratulations Eric

Congratulations!

Congratulations very proud of you

Congratulations 👏👍🎉(°◇°人°◇°)

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congrats!!

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Congratulations

Congrats!!! Just out of curiosity, shouldn't she have a body cam as well?

Congratulations

Congratulations to you both and God Bless you both and your families.

Congratulations Eric!

Congratulations

Congratulations 🇺🇸🚔

Congratulations

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Martinsburg area residents:

Nighttime Construction Work on WV 45 Arden to Martinsburg

BURLINGTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists of upcoming delays on WV 45 in Berkeley County beginning Sunday night, August 11, 2019.
This is necessary for a resurfacing project involving edge and base failure repairs, paving, and stone shoulder work. Work will start at the Junction of CR 30 and will continue north on WV 45 for 3.36 miles ending 0.25 Ni. W. Exit 12.

Delays can be expected from 7 p.m. till 6 a.m., Sunday nights through Friday mornings. Work will continue until completed. Tentative completion date is the end of August.
C. William Hetzer, Inc. will be performing the work at a cost of $749,106.84,

Work will be performed under the direction of flaggers using a pilot truck & driver. Motorists are advised to travel with caution through the work zone.
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Samu-El Powell

So they mess up the interstate where people don’t want to travel that road, then start on the back roads to make it even more complicated. I might as well move to Winchester!

Ike Ausherman

Joanna

If these are the same people that patched Clyde Borum Road we're in trouble😡

How lucky for the drivers in this area to have to deal with, for the start of school.

They have one week left to finish the Bridge at Belle Vista On Tuscarora Pike... Before School Starts... and they just set the steel beams last week.. 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻

Does anyone know when they gonna pave Berkeley Station Rd?

What road is CR 30?

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MPD would like to thank everyone who helped make the 4th annual National Night Out Against Crime a success last night. We hope to see everyone out next year! ... See MoreSee Less

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We enjoyed it

Thank you all for everything you do and be safe.

Thanks so much

Thank you for what you do, be safe

Such a wonderful evening...everyone enjoyed it thanks to all our working MPD..

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Join MPD tonight at War Memorial Park from 6-8pm for National Night Out Against Crime. Enjoy free food, free activities and visit with various community organizations. Bring the whole family out for some fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Join MPD tonight at War Memorial Park from 6-8pm for National Night Out Against Crime.   Enjoy free food, free activities and visit with various community organizations.  Bring the whole family out for some fun!

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Tori Glaze

Amanda Butts Valerie Hess

Tiffanie Robinson

It was a great event! Thank you so much for putting this together and for all you do for our community! You are appreciated ♥️♥️♥️♥️

My daughter will be there she loves it

Jennifer Birch can this be shared on Rosemonts page?

Will be there.. thanks for your dedication to our town ♥️

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Don't forget to make plans to join the Martinsburg Police Department at War Memorial Park tomorrow night for National Night Out. Join MPD from 6pm-8pm for this community event which will include free food, free swimming, free miniature golf, a DJ, a bounce house, face painting and a bicycle give away. Along with members of the Martinsburg Police Department, the Martinsburg Fire Department will on hand as will many community organizations. Please join MPD at this family friendly event tomorrow evening! ... See MoreSee Less

Dont forget to make plans to join the Martinsburg Police Department at War Memorial Park tomorrow night for National Night Out.  Join MPD from 6pm-8pm for this community event which will include  free food, free swimming, free miniature golf, a DJ, a bounce house, face painting and a bicycle give away.  Along with members of the Martinsburg Police Department, the Martinsburg Fire Department will on hand as will many community organizations.  Please join MPD at this family friendly event tomorrow evening!

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Thank you Martinsburg Police Dept for a great event!

Nicholas Williams

Denise Johnson McCain

Michael Crowe

Rain or shine?

Thank You Martinsburg Police Department We enjoyed the event Had a blast , cant wait for More

Bianca Stevens

Deborah Harmison I am off. Let’s take Elric

Ash Renee Ash Renee

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National Night Out 2019

The Martinsburg Police Department will be hosting our fourth annual National Night Out Against Crime at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

The celebration will provide a unique opportunity for residents to meet members of the Martinsburg Police and Fire Departments for family fun, music and free food.

Special events will include free swimming, free miniature golf, a DJ, a bounce house, face painting, a bicycle give away and various informational booths.

Please join us at National Night Out! For more information, visit:
www.martinsburgpd.org/2019/08/national-night-out/
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National Night Out 2019

The Martinsburg Police Department will be hosting our fourth annual National Night Out Against Crime at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  

The celebration will provide a unique opportunity for residents to meet members of the Martinsburg Police and Fire Departments for family fun, music and free food.  

Special events will include free swimming, free miniature golf, a DJ, a bounce house, face painting, a bicycle give away and various informational booths.  

Please join us at National Night Out!  For more information, visit:
http://www.martinsburgpd.org/2019/08/national-night-out/

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Britney Hatfield Valdivia

Beth Butts

Amber Kent we attended last year and it was so much fun, you should bring the girls if you aren’t busy

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Deborah Harmison lets take Elric to see the fire trucks and police trucks

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MPD was excited to host the recent visit by the boys and girls of the of the Berkeley County Schools Little Leaders Academy. Officers Bill Parks and Austin Shank led the group on a tour of our station and invited everyone to come back next year after we move into our brand new police building! ... See MoreSee Less

MPD was excited to host the recent visit by the boys and girls of the of the Berkeley County Schools Little Leaders Academy.   Officers Bill Parks and Austin Shank led the group on a tour of our station and invited everyone to come back next year after we move into our brand new police building!

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Dana Blickenstaff

My little one was one of those that was there and she just can not stop talking about this. #futurepolice

My daughter loved it , she was having fun Thank you

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My daughter love this and I hope u all do more of this. Isabelle really enjoy it she still talks about it alot. Was this in the journal? Thank You

Where will the new building be?

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Patrolman Ryan Fritz and Police Canine Atlas have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for July 2019.

Officer Ryan Fritz and Atlas form MPD’s Canine Unit—a vital resource in implementing our Department’s community policing strategies. The unit is directed to accomplish an essential but challenging task—effectively focusing on aggressive, proactive, and effective drug enforcement while also engaging positively with schools, youth, and community residents. The Canine Unit supports all MPD Units including Patrol, Downtown Unit, School Resource Officer, and Special Response Team; our Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crime Task Force; and neighboring law enforcement agencies.

to read more, visit:

www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/
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Patrolman Ryan Fritz and Police Canine Atlas have been selected as the Martinsburg Police Department’s Officers of the Month for July 2019.

Officer Ryan Fritz and Atlas form MPD’s Canine Unit—a vital resource in implementing our Department’s community policing strategies. The unit is directed to accomplish an essential but challenging task—effectively focusing on aggressive, proactive, and effective drug enforcement while also engaging positively with schools, youth, and community residents.  The Canine Unit supports all MPD Units including Patrol, Downtown Unit, School Resource Officer, and Special Response Team; our Eastern Panhandle Drug & Violent Crime Task Force; and neighboring law enforcement agencies.  

to read more, visit:

http://www.martinsburgpd.org/officer-of-the-month/