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An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who Middletown police say assaulted and threatened a woman during an incident in the first block of Ann Street at about 4 a.m. Jan. 19. Kevin G. … more
Middletown police have charged six people with being part of a scam that allegedly ripped off Midtown Pizza and four other restaurants in Dauphin County. Police said the six conspired to order … more
A Myerstown man was killed in a crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Saturday, according to a State Police press release. State Police identified the man as Lyle N. Garvey, 31. At 6:41 a.m., … more
The owner of the HE Group Chinese restaurant has sued Middletown borough in federal court, alleging the borough has violated his right to equal protection under the law. In the suit filed Friday … more
Middletown Borough Councilor Richard Kluskiewicz again sought to remove Dennis Morris as interim police chief during council’s Jan. 15 meeting. This time, Kluskiewicz’s motion to … more
State Police charged a Londonderry Township man with aggravated assault and other offenses after he allegedly wielded a rusted machete at another man during an incident in the 100 block of Joan … more
A Harrisburg teen faces charges of simple assault and harassment following an incident at the Steel-High vs. Middletown basketball game Jan. 14. A teen told police that during the game, a group of … more
A man from Pittsburgh who Middletown police charged with sexual assault in January 2018 faces at least 10 years in prison, after he pleaded guilty in Dauphin County Court on Jan. 14. Richard David … more
A man already in Dauphin County Prison after he allegedly threatened to have a woman killed is facing additional charges after he allegedly threatened to kill a Lower Swatara police officer. A … more
Lower Swatara police officers will be getting new rifles, with the department’s current ones occasionally malfunctioning due to age. The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the … more
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