PA State Police Issue 17 Warnings To Non-Life-Essential Businesses Tuesday

A total of 44 over two days, only 5 locally on Tuesday

Andrew Limberg
March 25, 2020 - 12:36 pm
PA State Trooper car

Andrew Limberg/ KDKA Radio

HARRISBURG (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - There were 17 warnings issued by Pennsylvania State Police to non-life-essential businesses still operating on Tuesday, bringing the total to 44 warnings.

Zero citations have been issued.

Enforcement of businesses deemed non-essential that continue to operate began 8 a.m.

Locally, only five warnings were issued in Southwestern PA.


The five warning were in Troop B which includes most of Westmoreland and Indiana Counties along with all of Somerset and Cambria Counties.

Anyone who wants to report a businesses should call their local police department’s non-emergency number or the nearest State Police.

State Police remind people to please not call 9-1-1.

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