If you heard loud sirens and saw bright flashing lights earlier tonight do not be alarmed! It was just Santa and his friends from the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department and Middletown Borough Police Department. The MVFD and MPD partnered up this holiday season and delivered Christmas trees to four families in Middletown Borough that were not as fortunate as others have been. We hope that everyone enjoys their holiday season and most of all be safe! Merry Christmas

The Middletown Borough Police Department would like to congratulate the Middletown Blue Raiders Football Team on another great season! You guys played great all season long and made the residents of Middletown and Lower Swatara proud. We look forward to another great season of Friday Night Lights come 2019! To the seniors on the team good luck in your future endeavors, as you continue to represent what it means to be a Middletown Blue Raider. Raider Pride!

The Harrisburg Police will host a press conference today at 3:00 p.m. in the Coty Hall Atrium.

Cot. Gabriel Olivera

On Saturday December 1 2018 at the intersection of North Union Street and West High Street Middletown PA 17057 the Borough of Middletown will be hosting their Annual Family Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony starting at 5:00pm.  The event will include food, festivities and horse and carriage rides from 5:00pm through 9:00pm with the lighting of the Christmas Tree scheduled to take place at 9:00pm. Tickets are available on site for the horse and carriage ride. 

Borough Residents are encouraged to come out and enjoy this great community event. 

A victim reported to Swatara Township Police that he received a phone call from our office number stating he had a warrant for his arrest and he needed to pay by 2pm tomorrow or the US Justice Dept would come and arrest him.  He also received the same type of call yesterday from the Sheriff's Dept.  It appears that the suspect(s) may be using a "spoofing" App to make the calls using Law Enforcement Agency phone numbers.  Please be advised that the police would not take this approach when advising someone of a warrant for their arrest. 

On September 28, 2018 at approximately 8:35 PM., the Harrisburg Police responded to the 1300 block of Berryhill Street for a shots fired call. Officers arrived and found a male deceased from a gunshot wound. Detectives responded to the scene to conduct the investigation.

Anyone with information regarding this imcident is asked to contact the Harrisburg Police at 717-255-7298 or submit the information through Crime Watch.