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On 02-08-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 200 block of Locust Street for a burglary. The victim stated that someone smashed out a window and entered the home to steal a jar full of quarters and a bottle of vodka. Anyone with and information is asked to call the Steelton Police at 717-939-9841.

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On 02-07-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 100 block of Penn Street for a domestic violence report. Officers after the investigation did arrest Gregory Ghee for simple assault.

On 02-06-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 300 block of South 3rd Street for a disturbance. Officers arrived and it was found that Rebecca Murlin and the victim were arguing over Facebook posts. Ms. Murlin did strike the victim several times. She was cited for Harassment. 

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On 02-07-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 100 block of Penn Street for a domestic violence report. Officers after the investigation did arrest Gregory Ghee for simple assault.

On 02-06-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 300 block of South 3rd Street for a disturbance. Officers arrived and it was found that Rebecca Murlin and the victim were arguing over Facebook posts. Ms. Murlin did strike the victim several times. She was cited for Harassment. 

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Charged with DUI after a routine traffic stop 1-16-16 at 0306 hours.

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Charged with DUI after a routine traffic stop on 1-12-16 at 0131 hours.

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Charged with listed offense after utilizing another person's debit card to unlawfully remove $502.25 from that person's bank account. The alleged offense occurred on 1-30-16 at 2224 hours.

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The Dauphin County Criminal Investigation Division is currently seeking information on Devon A. Jackson, B/M/30.

On February 1, 2016, Jackson physically assaulted the victim, who is pregnant, by grabbing her around the neck in an attempt to strangle her and punching her in the head with a...

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

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Monday, February 1, 2016

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Keon Lemar Porter B/M/31.  Last known address: 1800 block of Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, PA

The Harrisburg Bureau of Police is seeking information on the location of Keon Lemar Porter.  Porter is wanted for Attempted Homicide, Aggravated Assault, Recklessly...

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

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On 02-08-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 200 block of Locust Street for a burglary. The victim stated that someone smashed out a window and entered the home to steal a jar full of quarters and a bottle of vodka. Anyone with and information is asked to call the Steelton Police at 717-939-9841.

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On 02-01-16 the Steelton Police responded to the 2500 block of South 4th Street for a report of a theft. The victim stated that sometime in the last month someone stole four handguns from his residence.

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On January 27th at 1550 hours Swatara Township Police took a report from a resident in the 3100 block of Wayne Street. The resident indicated that a man came to her home and claimed to be from the water company. He said that he needed to check the water pipes in her home. She granted him access and he began to check her faucets, sinks, and washing machine. She accompanied him while he was in her home except for a few minutes. The man then left her home.

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On Monday 01-25-16 at approximately 1:25 am the Steelton Police responded to the 100 block of South 2nd Street for a reported theft in progress. Officers arrived and were informed that 2 males in their late teens were observed entering unlocked vehicles. The suspects were described as a black male wearing black sweat pants and a black sweat shirt and a white male wearing a white hooded sweat shirt with dark sweat pants.

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On January 14th at approximately 1615 hours, a white male operating a red pickup truck asked a 10-year-old boy if he wanted a ride home. The boy, who had been walking home from school, declined the ride and ran home where he reported the incident to his father. Swatara Township Police are currently trying to identify the driver of the pickup truck for questioning. He was described as: Overweight, six feet tall, dark hair, clean shaven, and in his 40's.

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On 2-3-16 at 1:37 p.m. an unknown male stole four scratch-off lottery tickets from the Speedway store located at 4300 Derry Street. He was described as a white male in his 20's, with a thin build, a short fade haircut, and a short beard. He was wearing a gray hoodie and jeans. After leaving the store, he entered the passenger side of a newer silver Nissan sedan being operated by a female.

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On 1/4/16 at 0051 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the 300 block of Burchfield for a report of shots fired with a man down.  Officer arrived and observed a black male laying on ground with multiple gunshot wounds.  EMS arrived shortly and declared the male deceased.  The male is identified as Andre Parker.

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Three snow blowers have been reported stolen in the Borough since Wednesday January 27, 2016.  The reports are from all across the community.  Be attentive to suspicious people and vehicles, and promptly report them to the police.  You are also encouraged to contact the police if you have information that may be related to the thefts.    Take precautions to protect your winter equipment.  You can contact the police at 717-558-6900. 

Around 0430 hours this date there was a call of a disturbance in the 1000 block of Acri Drive.  Police responded and discovered that two victims of an assault had already arrived at local hospitals.  Injuries do not appear to be life threatening. There were signs of an altercation in the street but no cooperative witnesses to determine what led to the disturbance.

Police are currently investigating what occurred however there is no concern for public safety as this does not appear to be a random crime.

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On January 30, 2016, around 4:00 pm, a township resident was walking his 4 month old dog in the 100 block of Lopax Road when it was attacked by a pitbull which was running at large.  The pitbull clamped down on the young dog's neck and also bit and injured the dog's owner.  The pitbull also attacked  bystanders who were attempting to help.  A neighbor ultimately intervened and ended the attack by shooting the pitbull with a lawfully registered handgun.  The pitbull died at the scene.

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