On Saturday June 23, 2018, at approximately 2:51 p.m., Harrisburg Police Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Boas Street for a report of a suspicious male that was trying to open doors to houses.
Officers arrived on scene and spoke with two witnesses. They stated that a male, that they do not know from the area, was riding a bicycle around looking at houses and cars. The male was seen walking up to residences that they knew he does not live at and tried to open the door.
A description was provided to officer and a male was stopped matching that description at the intersection of North and Green Streets. Once stopped the male kept reaching towards his right pants pocket. When he stood up, Officers observed a large bag in his right front pocked that appeared to be crack cocaine. The male, who was identified as Jordan M. Roberts, was placed under arrest.
Search incident to arrest revealed that Roberts had a Kel-Tec P-11 9mm handgun in the same pocket as the crack cocaine. It was determined that the firearm had been stolen out of Lebanon County. In Roberts’ backpack was an additional firearm: a Sig Sauer P226 (.40 S&W). There were also loose pistol rounds found in the backpack and on his person. In the side elastic pouch of the back pack there was a single 7.62x39 rifle round found. Also found in the backpack was a small corner tie bag that contained a single orange pill. This pill had a "Rooster" stamp on it which is consistent with MDMA or Ecstasy pill markings.
Roberts was previously adjudicated as a juvenile for carrying a firearm without a license and altering or obliterating a serial number of a firearm in 2006. This makes him a Person Not to Possess a Firearm. He was also adjudicated as a juvenile in 2006 for Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Deliver (PWI).
Roberts was subsequently charged with one count each of Possession with Intent to Manufacture/Deliver, Possession of Firearm Prohibited, Firearms Not To BE Carried W/O License, Receiving Stolen Property, Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.