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Karon Lemar Long was arrested for indecent assault as the result of an incident that occurred at the 4400 block of North Front Street on Monday, 2/13/17. Karon Long was meeting with an employment counselor and he attempted to touch the counselors thigh and was told by the counselor to not touch her...
On 2/16/2017 at 1603 hours, Harrisburg Police responded to the 2200 block of Market street for the report of a juvenile who was unconscious and bleeding from the head. Officers were advised that this was a pedestrian struck accident. Officers found the male juvenile, 15 years old, unconscious and...

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On 1/1/17, Reginale Williams stole property from three different vehicles at Sheetz.
On 2/15/17, Joshua Lukens stole $300.35 worth of merchandise from Walmart.

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After having been stopped for a traffic violation, Debbie Mullen-McCullough was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. She submitted to a test of her blood to determine alcohol/drug content. Results of those tests were recently received and she has been charged with DUI.
On 8/24/14 at about 0005 hours, Swatara Township Police were participating in a sobriety checkpoint in the 1600 block of South Cameron Street, Steelton PA. Officers observed Napoleon Burke, Jr. park his car prior to entering the checkpoint, and then watched as he walked through the checkpoint. He...
On 09/20/2014 at approximately 0223, Steelton Police stopped a vehicle for traffic violations. The driver, Kenneth Wallace showed signs of impairment. Wallace was arrested for DUI and then transported to Booking Center. Wallace was released on a summons.
On 9-17-2014 at 0915 hours, Steelton Police were in the 1st block of North 4th Street in Steelton. Police had contact with Allie Crummel. As a result, Crummel was cited for Disorderly Conduct and Driving Suspended.
On 09/14/2014 at approximately 0207 hours, Steelton Police found James Lake passed out on the sidewalk at North Harrisburg St / Adams St in Steelton. Lake was issued a citation for Public Intoxication and was transported to Booking Center to sleep it off.

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