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On Friday March 31, 2017 Lower Paxton Township Police arrested Jeremy Ortega-Cintron, age 21 of Key Largo Drive, Carlisle. In December of 2016, a child under the age of thirteen reported being sexually assaulted by Ortega-Cintron. An investigation was conducted by the Lower Paxton Township Police...
On 3/11/17, Mark Holloway was stopped for a traffic violation and arrested for Driving Under the Influence.
On 3/17/17, Jalah Coles was stopped for a traffic violation, provided false information about her identity, and was driving without a license.
On 1/30/17, Mariano Rivera-Villarruel was Driving Under the Influence, struck multiple vehicles, and left the scene.

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On 01-31-16 the Steelton Police arrested Erica Auter for aggravated assault. Ms. Auter was involved in a domestic were she took a kitchen knife and cut the victim in the head causing a large laceration.
On Saturday, January 30, 2016 at approximately 1937 hours Swatara Police units were dispatched to the Harrisburg Mall parking lot at 3351 Paxton Street, Swatara Township, Dauphin County for a robbery that had just occurred. Upon arrival on scene the officers found that two Victims were forced at...
On Friday 01-29-16 the Steelton Police responded to a hit and run crash in the 400 block of North Front Street. The operator was was identified as Robert Trea who struck a parked car. Prior to police arrival he did flee on foot and was apprehended in the 400 block of Swatara Street. He was arrested...
On January 07, 2016, Swatara Township Police responded to Chambers Hill Road for a report of an accident .A Swatara officer made contact with the driver of one of the vehicles,identified as Marisa Cordero. While speaking to her the officer could detect a strong odor of alcohol being emitted from...
On Tuesday, January 19, 2016, Swatara Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for crossing a red light and swerving between the fog lines and double yellow line. The officer made contact with the driver, identified as Alexandra Tingley. While speaking to Tingley the officer could smell a...

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