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The Steelton Police started an investigation earlier this month involving suspected child abuse in the first block of South Harrisburg Street. With the cooperation of the Dauphin County District Attorney's Office and Dauphin County Children and Youth, detectives were able to identify two victims. On 05-26-16 The Steelton Police arrested Samira Randolph for aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of children and simple assault-domestic violence.

On 05-25-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 900 block of Wood Street for a domestic violence incident. Officers arrived and after an investigation they arrested Johnisha Wright for simple assault - domestic violence.

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The Steelton Police started an investigation earlier this month involving suspected child abuse in the first block of South Harrisburg Street. With the cooperation of the Dauphin County District Attorney's Office and Dauphin County Children and Youth, detectives were able to identify two victims. On 05-26-16 The Steelton Police arrested Samira Randolph for aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of children and simple assault-domestic violence.

On 05-25-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 900 block of Wood Street for a domestic violence incident. Officers arrived and after an investigation they arrested Johnisha Wright for simple assault - domestic violence.

On Sunday 05-22-16 at approximately 5 p.m. the Steelton Police responded to the 300 block of North 2nd Street for a domestic violence call. Officers arrived and the suspect Shannon Jones had fled the scene. Mr. Jones assaulted the victim and was wanted out of Warren County Court of Common Pleas for a bench warrant for PWI. Officers did locate Mr. Jones in the 600 block of South 2nd Street and when officers attempted to arrest him he did flee on foot for approximately 2 blocks. He was taken into custody and found to be in possession of a stolen firearm.

On 05-22-16 at approximately 1:30 a.m. the Steelton Police responded to a accident in the 500 block of South Front Street. Officers arrived and arrested Tori Lynn Leeman for driving under the influence of alcohol and accidents involving damage to unattended vehicles.

On 05-22-16 at approximately 1 a.m. the Steelton Police responded to a domestic violence call in the first block of South Harrisburg Street.  The police arrived and the victim stated that she had just been married on 05-21-16 and when she returned home with her husband they began to argue when he admitted to previous drug use that she did not know about. The argument turned physical and Robert Lee began to strangle her and punch her. He was arrested for aggravated assault and taken to the Dauphin County Judicial Center for arraignment.

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The Steelton Police are currently looking for the whereabouts of Arthur Lee Pullen. He is wanted for terrorist threats and indirect criminal contempt of a protection from abuse order. Anyone with any information to his location is asked to contact the Steelton Police at 717-939-9841.

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Thursday, May 19, 2016

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Friday, May 20, 2016

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Monday, May 23, 2016

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Monday, May 23, 2016

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On 05/18/2016 at 1619 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the area of N Front and Forster Streets for a possible drowning.  When Officers Carriere and Gallup arrived they immediately located the victim, B/F/27, and a friend at the water’s edge at the base of the steps.  The friend was able to pull the victim partially out of the water.

On April 27th at 0213 hours, a Swatara Township Police Officer observed a vehicle traveling westbound on Derry Street at 40th Street. The vehicle was being driven in such a manner that led the officer to believe that the driver may be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. The officer followed the vehicle and attempted to conduct a traffic stop in the 3300 block of Derry Street to investigate. The driver failed to yield to the officer and continued driving westbound on Derry Street.

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On 4/25/16 at 0838 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the 1500 block of Green Street for an assault.  Officers met with the victim who indicated that she was walking her two dogs when a hammer flew past her.  She noticed a black male wearing gray and black camouflage clothing running towards her.  The male grabbed her by the neck and threw her to the ground.  The victim began yelling  and threw the hammer out into the street.  The male went, grabbed the hammer

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On 5/12/16 at 1335 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to 1001 N. 3rs Street for a robbery with a possible armed suspect.  The clerk advised that an older white male entered the store and walked straight to counter with his left hand in his sweatshirt pocket.  The male demanded that the clerk open the drawer and give him the money from inside.  The clerk feared that male had some type of weapon in the sweatshirt pocket and handed him $150 in cash from the drawer.  The male then left the business.

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On 5/21/16 at 2243 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the midtown area for a report of shots fired into a vehicle.  The victim, B/M/41, reported that he had just been shot at and was following the suspect vehicle.  Officers found and conducted a felony stop on the vehicle at Susquehanna & Kelker Streets.  Officers detained several occupants and located a handgun as well as illegal drugs. 

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On 5/21/16 at 0200 hours, Harrisburg Police Vice Unit conducted an undercover operation in which illegal drugs were purchased from inside of Forever Nights (AKA Alpha Club) located at 523 s 19th Street.

At 0330 hours, members of the uniform patrol, Street Crimes, Vice, US Marshalls Fugitive Task Force, Dauphin County Probation, PA State Parole, Dauphin County Sheriffs, and Dauphin County Crisis Response Team served a search warrant at this establishment.

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On 05/19/2016 at 2234 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to a residence on the 2400 block N 5th St for a report of a domestic violence incident.  Officers made contact with three separate victims, B/F/38, B/F/21, and B/M/11.

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On 9/8/15 at approximately 0957 hours, Harrisburg Police responded a residence on the 1st block S. 19th Street for reports of a deceased person. Upon arrival they discovered the decomposing body of an adult male. Certain irregularities and the advanced decomposition of the deceased triggered a heightened investigative response.  After an autopsy it was determined that the deceased had been stabbed with an object several times.

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