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The Steelton Police are currently investigating a shooting incident that occurred today around noon on Second Street at Frank S. Brown Bllvd. One victim was reported with non life threatening injuries. We believe this is an isolated incident with no danger to the public.
During the last week of September the Steelton Police conducted an undercover detail with assistance from the Dauphin County Drug Task Force in reference to persons dealing heroin in the borough. In the 700 block of South River Alley officers did arrest Kylel Brown after he sold two bundles of heroin.
The Steelton Police are investigating two stolen vehicles that were taken from Lincoln Street. The first incident was reported on 09-27-18 in the 500 block of Lincoln Street where a silver BMW X5 was stolen. The BMW was found in a gas station by the Delaware State Police three days later abandoned.
On 09-20-18 the Steelton Police along with members of the Dauphin County Adult Probation Office did conclude a drug investigation in the 100 block of South 2nd Street.
On 09-14-18 the Steelton Police along with members of the Dauphin County Adult Probation Office and the Dauphin County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant in the 100 block of Penn Street. This was an investigation into drug dealing that officers learned had been occurring in the area. Officers did recover a 40 caliber handgun, large amount of marijuana and cash during the search.
On 07-05-18 the Steelton Police began an investigation into suspected child abuse with the Dauphin County Children and Youth Office. Officers on 08-22-18 did arrest Johnathan Ortiz for aggravated assault on a child less than 6 years of age, strangulation and endangering the welfare of children. Margarita Medina was also arrested for endangering the welfare of children.
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