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Lower Paxton Township Police responded yesterday evening, July 5th at about 11:00 PM, to a parking lot within the Brook Apartments for a report of a woman screaming.  Upon arrival they discovered that the woman was the victim of domestic violence and had been strangled by her husband.  Mintaname Moni-Lamboni, 41 years of age, was taken into custody at the couple's apartment in the 4200 block of Williamsburg Dr.  The victim refused medical treatment.  Moni-Lamboni was charged with Aggravated Assault and taken to the Dauphin County Booking Center.

Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating a burglary of a warehouse in the 4400 block of Lexington St. that occurred sometime between Thursday, July 2nd, and Friday, July 3rd. Someone forcibly entered the fenced in property and kicked in a door to the building.  As of this posting, it is unknown if anything was taken. 

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Randy L. Myers

Lower Paxton Twp. Police began investigating the theft of several checks from a home in the 6100 block of Blue Grass Ave. and the forgery of those checks at a Township branch of Metro Bank.  In furtherance of that investigation, officers went to Karn's on Allentown Blvd. when they learned that the suspect, Randy L. Myers, may be there.  Myers was located and taken into custody.  He has been charged with Theft, Forgery, Theft by Deception and drug charges for heroin and a syringe that were found on him when he was taken into custody.

On July 2nd, 2015 at 2257 hours, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to “3B Ice Cream” at 4701 Derry Street for report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned that a single suspect entered the business and displayed a firearm, demanding money. As the suspect was collecting an undisclosed amount of money he placed the firearm on the countertop. One of the 3B employees grabbed the firearm and the suspect fled from the restaurant with the money. The employee pursued the suspect on foot but was unable to capture him.

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On July 2nd, 2015 at 2216 hours, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to the “Speedway” gas station at 6821 Paxton Street for report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned that a single suspect entered the business and displayed a firearm demanding money. The suspect collected an undisclosed amount of money and fled from the business on foot. Officers searched the area with the assistance of a K-9 but the suspect was not located. No one was injured during the course of the incident.

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Moni-Lamboni

Lower Paxton Township Police responded yesterday evening, July 5th at about 11:00 PM, to a parking lot within the Brook Apartments for a report of a woman screaming.  Upon arrival they discovered that the woman was the victim of domestic violence and had been strangled by her husband.  Mintaname Moni-Lamboni, 41 years of age, was taken into custody at the couple's apartment in the 4200 block of Williamsburg Dr.  The victim refused medical treatment.  Moni-Lamboni was charged with Aggravated Assault and taken to the Dauphin County Booking Center.

Randy L. Myers

Lower Paxton Twp. Police began investigating the theft of several checks from a home in the 6100 block of Blue Grass Ave. and the forgery of those checks at a Township branch of Metro Bank.  In furtherance of that investigation, officers went to Karn's on Allentown Blvd. when they learned that the suspect, Randy L. Myers, may be there.  Myers was located and taken into custody.  He has been charged with Theft, Forgery, Theft by Deception and drug charges for heroin and a syringe that were found on him when he was taken into custody.

On 6/28/15, James Lake Jr was arrested on outstanding warrant.

On 6-27-15, Gregory Nix Jr was arrested on a outstanding warrant.

Mendez-Bruno

Omar Mendez-Bruno, 37 years old of the 100 block of S. 14th St. in Harrisburg, has been charged with Burglary for an incident at Gas USA reported on June 7th.  In that incident, it is alleged that Mendez-Bruno forcibly entered the business at approximately 3:55 AM and removed a large quantity of cigarettes.  He was arrested yesterday afternoon in Harrisburg on a warrant issued by Magisterial District Judge William Wenner.  Mendez-Bruno was identified with the assistance of the Susquehanna Township Police Department based on surveillance video from the crime.

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Sterling Morris

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Monday, June 29, 2015

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Kurt B. Snyder

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Friday, June 26, 2015

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Joshua Jenkins

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Friday, June 26, 2015

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Jason Held

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Friday, June 19, 2015

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On 6/5/15 at 1130pm, Steelton Police were called for a report of an assault. The suspect fled prior to police arrival. Steelton Police have an active arrest warrant for Derrick Straining Jr for charges of Simple Assault (Domestic Violence)

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On Wednesday, June 15, 2015 at approximately 2:20 pm  Swatara Twp.

In the early afternoon hours of June 13th, Swatara Township Police and other emergency personnel were dispatched to a residence on Oriole Court regarding the possible drowning of an 18-month-old child. Emergency treatment was provided on the scene and the child was taken to a local hospital for further medical care. At the time of this release, the child's condition is unknown. The names of those involved are not being released out of respect to the family during this difficult time.

Swatara Police are investigating a Burglary that occurred at the Sun Up Exxon located at 770 Eisenhower Boulevard, Harrisburg on May 25th at approximately 3:09 am. Officers were dispatched to an alarm and upon arrival discovered the front door had been damaged and the business had been entered. The suspect had left prior to police arrival. The suspect stole packs of Newport cigarettes.

On 4-28-15 at approximately 12:00 pm there was a retil theft at the Sneaker Villa on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township.

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Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating a burglary of a warehouse in the 4400 block of Lexington St. that occurred sometime between Thursday, July 2nd, and Friday, July 3rd. Someone forcibly entered the fenced in property and kicked in a door to the building.  As of this posting, it is unknown if anything was taken. 

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On July 2nd, 2015 at 2257 hours, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to “3B Ice Cream” at 4701 Derry Street for report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned that a single suspect entered the business and displayed a firearm, demanding money. As the suspect was collecting an undisclosed amount of money he placed the firearm on the countertop. One of the 3B employees grabbed the firearm and the suspect fled from the restaurant with the money. The employee pursued the suspect on foot but was unable to capture him.

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On July 2nd, 2015 at 2216 hours, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to the “Speedway” gas station at 6821 Paxton Street for report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned that a single suspect entered the business and displayed a firearm demanding money. The suspect collected an undisclosed amount of money and fled from the business on foot. Officers searched the area with the assistance of a K-9 but the suspect was not located. No one was injured during the course of the incident.

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Swatara Township Police arrested Michael Pilsitz, a school teacher at Steelton Highspire High School on 7/1/15 regarding allegations that he attempted to solicit sexual contact from a minor on the internet and engaged in sexual contact with an 18 year old female in exchange for money. Pilsitz was charged with Unlawful Contact with a Minor, Corruption of a Minor, Promoting Prostitution of a Minor, Patronizing Prostitutes, and Criminal Solicitation of Patronizing Prostitutes.

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A burglary was reported at 5405 Locust Lane, a building being renovated to house a charter school.  The burglar or burglars forcibly entered the building and set off fire extinguishers and caused damage.  A similar incident occurred this past weekend but was not reported at the time.  In April, someone stole the copper from the HVAC units and the copper gutters from the same building.  That incident, however, is not related.  

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