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The Lower Swatara Police Department is giving away lock boxes to township residents for free so they can lock up their prescription medication. Any resident who wants one can come into the … more
Middletown and Lower Swatara police departments are holding a joint Coffee With A Cop from 8 to 10 a.m. Oct. 2 at McDonald’s, 2270 West Harrisburg Pike. According to the Middletown Police … more
One of the two men accused in the Sept. 4 murder of 18-year-old Torin Dworchak of Middletown is on his way to Dauphin County court on the charges. “This case is one of the most ruthless … more
Middletown police responded to an incident in the 500 block of North Pine Street on Sept. 16, and that led to drug charges against a borough man. Police charged Gary Lee Still II, 43, of the North … more
A Feb. 10 trial date has been set in the sexual assault case against Middletown Police Chief George Mouchette in Dauphin County Court. This marks the fourth time that county court has approved a … more
A former Lower Dauphin High School teacher and coach was sentenced to two years’ probation in Dauphin County Court on Sept. 3 after pleading guilty to indecent assault. The incident … more
The Lower Swatara Board of Commissioners unanimously agreed to spend $90,000 to buy two new police SUVs during its Sept. 4 meeting. According to Lower Swatara Chief Jeff Vargo, the township has … more
A Harrisburg man has been charged with DUI following a hit-and-run that started as a road rage incident, according to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith. Two motorcyclists … more
State Police on Sept. 11 charged a tractor-trailer driver from Forked River, New Jersey, with stealing $2,889.16 worth of items since May from the Love’s Travel Stop at 3555 Vine St. in … more
Middletown police charged a Londonderry Township woman following an incident at North Pine and East Main streets at 12:25 p.m. Sept. 12. Police in arrest papers filed with District Judge David … more
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