Also at the June 7 West Marlborough Township meeting, Lieut. Rich D'Ambrosio, station commander of the Pennsylvania State Police barracks at Avondale, reported that in the past three months his troopers had responded to 52 calls in West Marlborough. There were nine crashes (three of them involved driving under the influence and three involved injuries), four criminal incidents, and two less serious incidents involving ID theft and disorderly conduct.
He said that as always, West Marlborough is a peaceful place to live. He noted that having only four criminal incidents in three months is "fantastic," saying that elsewhere the troopers deal with that many in a single shift.
He once again advised residents to keep their vehicles locked to prevent thefts and to report any suspicious activity.