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On 7/1/18, the victim reported to Swatara Township Police that Juwan Hooven used her credit card for purchases totaling $799.52 and was not authorized to do so.
On 7/27/18 it was reported to Swatara Township Police that Johnny Rosado wrote a check for $4436.30 and it was returned "Non-Sufficient Funds".

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On 8/18/18; the Lower Swatara Township Police Department charged Lisa Ann Watts 57 of the 1800 block of Blacklatch Lane with 1 count of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after a search warrant was served at her residence. Police found wax baggies, syringes, burnt spoons and other related drug...
UPDATED INFORMATION - FRASIER HAS BEEN CAPTURED . The Lower Swatara Township Police Department would like to thank the US Marshal service for their assistance in apprehending Frasier. On 8/13/18 the Lower Swatara Township Police Department charged Leeon Antonio Frazier 42 of the 2700 block of Banks...

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On 11/10/17 the Susquehanna Township police were summoned to the McDonald's on North Front Street for lewd acts being performed in a vehicle in the area. Upon arrival, officers began investigating and found Aaron Kennedy in possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia. This, coupled with the lewd act...
On 11/7/17 the Susquehanna Township police had reason to come into contact with Andres Santiago. During that contact Andres Santiago was found to be in possession of marijuana. Andres Santiago was taken into custody without incident.
On 11/11/17, the Susquehanna Township Police were at the scene of a vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that Shane Hinkle was in possession of marijuan and drug paraphernalia. Shane was taken into custody without incident.
On 11/9/17 the Susquehanna Township Police were summoned to the Weis Markets on Union Deposit Road for a suspect in custody for retail theft. Upon arrival, officer ascertained that Anibal Batista Jr. concealed multiple bags of shrimp, down his pants, and attempted to depart the store without paying...
On 11/5/17 at 1:44 AM, Gregory Thomas was intoxicated and would not leave the victim's porch.

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