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On March 6th, 2020, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to an accident. It was determined that Denise D'Addario was driving under the influence and lost control of her vehicle.
On January 26th, 2020, Swatara Township Police were dispatched to Mohn Street for an assault. It was determined that Brian Geedy threatened the victim and used his finger to push the victims face.
On January 6th, 2020, Jeffrey Wilkinson stole $56.80 worth of merchandise from Walmart.

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On March 5th, 2020, Swatara Township Police were dispatched for an active hit and run. It was determined that Jermaine Beason was driving under the influence and hit a parked vehicle with his vehicle and fled the scene.
On December 20, 2019, Swatara Township Police were dispatched for a domestic assault. It was determined that Jemar Coles and the victim were engaged in a dispute. Then the dispute became physical. Coles eventually opened a bottle of bleach and started pouring it all over the victim's property and...

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ARREST WARRANT RECEIVED PLEASE CONTACT SWATARA TWP POLICE WITH ANY INFORMATION 717-564-2550
ARREST WARRANT RECEIVED PLEASE CONTACT SWATARA TWP POLICE WITH ANY INFORMATION 717-564-2550
ARREST WARRANT RECEIVED PLEASE CONTACT SWATARA TWP POLICE WITH ANY INFORMATION 717-564-2550
ARREST WARRANT RECEIVED PLEASE CONTACT SWATARA TWP POLICE WITH ANY INFORMATION 717-564-2550

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ARREST WARRANT ISSUED / PLEASE CONTACT SWATARA TOWNSHIP POLICE 717-564-2550

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Over the weekend of August 14th and 15th the Swatara Township Police participated in Operation Nighthawk targeting DUI and unsafe driving throughout the greater Harrisburg area. This enforcement operation was organized and coordinated by the Pennsylvania State Police and comprised of Troopers and...
Real Estate Rental Scam Alert The Swatara Township Police have received several reports of internet based scams in which the Victim's believed they were renting houses that were listed by legitimate real estate agents and electronically transferred funds to overseas entities. In these scams the...

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Distraction Burglary Warning: There have been several incidents in the area in which a male and female pose as home improvement contractors, distract the homeowners and burglarize the residence. They may represent themselves as handymen, roofers, utility workers or driveway repair persons and are...

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Update: Twenty nine year old Heather Torres died last evening as a result of injuries she sustained in this accident. The Dauphin County Coroner has ruled that this death was accidental and caused by fresh water drowning. The Swatara Township Police Department extends our sincerest condolences to...
On Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at approximately 4:10 p.m. the Swatara Township Fire / Rescue Services were dispatched to the wooded area to the rear of the UPS facility at 1821 S. 19th Street for a wildland fire. Upon arrival the firefighters found and extinguished several fires burning within this...

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The Swatara Township Police is asking the public's assistance with identifying the individuals in the attached photos. These individuals used stolen credit cards at Target and Best Buy on Jonestown Road, which were stolen from vehicles in Swatara Township. If you can assist with identifying any of...
The Swatara Township Police are attempting to locate 15 year old A.D. who was last seen in her residence in the 200 block of North 67th Street on the evening of August 25, 2020 around 10 PM. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is urged to contact the Swatara Police at 717-564-2550,...

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The Swatara Township Police is asking the public's assistance with identifying 3 individuals involved in using stolen credit cards at the Main Street Markette (in Bressler) on August 15th. If you can provide any information on the involved subjects from the attached pictures, please contact Police...

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The Swatara Township Police are seeking assistance with identifying people who were captured on camera driving motor vehicles on the Greenbelt (between South 28th Street and 19th Street), this past weekend. The Greenbelt is heavily used and is meant for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles...

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The Swatara Township Police are continuing to search for juveniles S.T. and L.M.-H. who left their residences over the past two days. At this time these incidents are being handled as separate events with no facts or circumstances having been obtained indicating that they are related. At this time...

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