The 26-year-old allegedly led police on a chase through two counties in mid-November.
The operation will focus on seatbelt use and impaired driving during the holidays.
The man wounded by state police following a Thursday morning chase faces multiple felony charges.
The pursuit began after state police spotted a vehicle which had been reported stolen.
The shots were fired after a pursuit along I-80.
Traffic on I-80 was slowed while responders cleared the scene.
More than $10,000 in property was taken.
The scammers ask residents to confirm their personal information.
All of the prescription drugs collected by State Police were incinerated.
Police are searching for the suspect.
State Police will accept unused and expired medication October 26th.
Police are investigating the incident as attempted homicide.
Police were not alerted to the incident until Wednesday.
Police say the suspect disposed of the register in a local creek.
Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police.
One person died and dozens were taken to area hospitals.
State Police are conducting the arson investigation.
The criminals have been operating in one local county recently.
The suspect lost control of his truck and crashed into a yard.
Police say the suspect broke into the cabin Saturday evening.
Police initially stopped to check on the 20-year-old after finding his car alongside the road.
The 24-year-old is suspected in stealing thousands from a local home.
One dog in the case has not been found.
State Police will hold a press conference late Friday morning.
State Trooper in "very critical condition" after being shot by someone inside home.
State Police found a missing 57-year-old man Thursday.
Police stopped the man in August for traffic violations.
The suspect demanded cash from employees of a local convenience store.
The same person may be responsible for several burglaries in the region.
State Police & PennDOT teaming up to help drivers make sure car seats work properly.
Two people were sleeping in the structure at the time of the shooting.
The State Police Academy graduated a new crop of State Troopers.