HARRISBURG – United States Attorney David J. Freed and Dauphin County District Attorney Francis T. Chardo provide the following update after this afternoon’s press conference on the Harrisburg shooting.
As the Chief Law Enforcement Officer for Dauphin County it has always been my goal to provide transparency to our government and to give the public a channel for communicating with the police, free of intimidation. We can achieve this goal through technology and a commitment to better engage the public and to keep our community safe.
Fran Chardo, District Attorney
A prosperous and safe community
Keeping our county safe is a commitment not by one group of people, rather through the investment of all. Together, we can help all citizens feel safe, enjoy quality of life and hold offenders accountable.
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Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico wants Central Pennsylvania residents to educate themselves on the dangerous effects of designer drugs. To learn more click here.
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January 8, 2015- The Honorable Judge Deborah E. Curcillo today sentenced Jyrell Selvey to 17-34 years of incarceration in a state penitentiary. The Judge also classified Selvey as a sexually violent predator and ordered him to serve a consecutive 12 term of probation on top of his prison sentence...
January 8, 2015 - Dauphin County Judge Todd A. Hoover today classified Harry Szekeres, 59, as a Sexually Violent Predator. Immediately after declaring Szekeres a sexually violent predator, Judge Hoover sentenced Szekeres to 16 years to 32 years in state prison.
On Tuesday, January 6, 2015, Jabre Versace Creamer, a 19 year old male from Harrisburg, waived the preliminary hearing relating to charges that he shot and killed 17-year-old Harrisburg native Winston McCullough.
12/09/14 at 1425hrs, Harrisburg Police officers were dispatched to the Mid Penn bank at 2615 N 2nd St for a robbery that had just occurred. Two persons entered the bank, wearing masks. One of them approached the teller and demanded money. An undisclosed amount of money was taken. The suspects fled...