Sunday, March 29, 2015

Investigation Unit

      Lycoming County
 District Attorney's Office

Investigation Unit 


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Our Detectives

Chief County Detective William Weber 
William Weber was appointed Chief County Detective on 8/26/2008. He was formerly an agent with the Williamsport Bureau Police Department with 28 years of investigative experience.

Detective Kenneth Mains
Kenneth Mains was hired as a County Detective on 5/9/2011.  His law enforcement career has consisted of working as a member of the Williamsport Bureau of Police, Lycoming County Drug Task Force, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and he is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.  Mains also serves as an Advisory Board Member at the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University and is the Founder and President of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases (AISOCC).  He has a Bachelor of Science Degree (BS) in Criminal Justice from Lock Haven University and has taken Master Degree course work in Forensic Criminology with an emphasis on Criminal Profiling.  He hold professional memberships in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, the Mid-Atlantic Cold Case Homicide Investigator's Association and the Pennsylvania Homicide Investigators Association. 

Detective Steve Sorage

Detective Michael Simpler

Detective Alberto Diaz (Narcotics Enforcement Unit) 
Alberto Diaz was hired as a County Detective on 2/23/2009. He was formerly a trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police with 26 years of investigative experience.  Detective Diaz is now the supervisor of the Narcotics Enforcement Unit (NEU).
Phone: (570) 323-4987 (NEU Office)

Our Detectives participate/organize the following programs:

  • Elderly Abuse Prevention
  • Drug Abuse Prevention
  • Child Abuse Prevention
  • Neighborhood Watch
  • Citizens Police Academy
  • Career Day/Job Workshops
  • Civic Meetings


Lycoming County's Wanted Fugitives
 (Click here to see the most wanted near you!) 

Effective January 1, 2015: The Lycoming County Courthouse will prohibit cell-phones, cameras, and portable electronic data devices inside the courthouse.  Security will not store or secure your phone.  Please plan accordingly.


Last Updated: 3/24/2015 2:34 PM
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