A number of iPhones valued at $3,396 were stolen from a FedEx facility in Lower Swatara Twp. between Jan. 8 and Feb. 4, township police said.
A security specialist with FedEx called Lower Swatara police to report the thefts on Thursday, Feb. 4. No other details were reported by police.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 February 2016 15:25
Charged with theft
Nicki J. Krall, 37, of the 300 block of N. Railroad St., Palmyra, was charged with theft by unlawful taking involving an incident on Jan. 27 that began at the Congress Inn in the 1000 block of S. Eisenhower Blvd., police report.
Police allege that Krall took a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica owned by a Palmyra man while she shared a room with him at the local motel. The man claimed his cell phone and wallet also were taken, police said.
The man’s car was tracked by a GPS system to Harrisburg, then to a residence in Penbrook, where it was found, police said. An individual at the Penbrook residence said Krall had given the car to him in Harrisburg, police said.
Charges against Krall were filed with District Judge Michael Smith on Feb. 1, according to court records. A warrant was issued for Krall’s arrest, police said.
Charged with giving false ID to law enforcement
Deneene Harris, 20, of the 200 block of S. Chestnut St., Ambler, was charged with giving false identity information to a law enforcement officer following a traffic stop at 12:46 p.m. on Jan. 19 at West Main and Lawrence streets, police report.
Harris was a passenger in a 2015 Hyundai Sonata that was stopped because the car’s headlights were not on after dark, police said. Harris gave police a false name but subsequently provided her correct name, police said.
A preliminary hearing is set for March 2 before District Judge Michael Smith.
Cited after domestic disturbance
Bradley T. Phillips, 19, of the 1000 block of Hearthstone Lane, Middletown, was issued a citation for harassment following an incident at 7:47 p.m. on Jan. 24 in the 2000 block of Powderhorn Road, police report.
Phillips grabbed a 16-year-old Middletown resident and threw her onto the ground, slammed her into a vehicle and threw her into a vehicle, police said. Phillips left scene prior to police officers’ arrival but subsequently came back and spoke with officers, police said.
The victim told police she did not require emergency medical services. Police also noted they did not see noticeable injuries.
Disorderly conduct citation
Luis A. Ayala, 21, of the 1000 block of Zarker St., Harrisburg, was issued a disorderly conduct citation following an incident at 1:37 a.m. on Jan. 31 at West Harrisburg Pike and Meade Avenue, police report.
Ayala was a passenger in a 2005 Nissan Altima that was stopped because of a faulty headlight, police said.. After police smelled an odor of marijuana from the car and spoke with the occupants of the car, Ayala told police he had marijuana in one of his shoes, police said.
Noting the cooperation of Ayala and others in the vehicle, the investigating officer opted to issue a non-traffic citation of disorderly conduct related to possession of a small amount of marijuana against Ayala, police said.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 February 2016 14:57
Written by Eric Wise
A Steelton woman has filed a lawsuit against the Steelton-Highspire School District and officials of a youth basketball league that claims she was injured after falling on ice near Steelton-Highspire Elementary School in 2014.
Jame Clair’s attorneys filed the suit in December in Dauphin County Court against the district and Joe Albert, Mike Albert and Eddie Albert, who are affiliated with the Steelton Midget Basketball League. Clair is seeking $50,000, the suit says.
Clair fell near an entrance of the school on ice Jan. 5, 2014 and suffered three fractures in the lumbar spine, according to the complaint. Clair continues to suffer pain and impairment, the complaint said.
The lawsuit alleges the district and basketball league did not salt or melting agents on the walkways, nor did it post signs of the dangers of ice on the walkways.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 15:58
Following is a compilation
of reports from the
Lower Swatara Twp.
Please be aware all those charged/cited are presumed innocent unless proven
otherwise in a court of law.
Simple assault, harassment charges
Kenneth W. Ortiz, 58, of the 1000 block of N. Third St., Harrisburg, was charged with simple assault and harassment following a domestic disturbance at 4:23 p.m. on Jan. 16 at a residence in the 100 block of Willow Farm Lane, police report.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 February 2016 15:37
A Pike County man was charged with burglary and several attempted home invasions in Middletown – and borough police say they're looking for a second man who they allege was an accomplice.
Anthony Dayquon Moultrie, 20, no address given, was charged on Tuesday, Jan. 19 with burglary, conspiracy-burglary, criminal attempt, receiving stolen property and conspiracy-theft by unlawful taking, according to court records. He was arraigned in Dauphin County Night Court before District Judge Steven Semic and held in Dauphin County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bond, according to court records.
Moultrie was charged after Middletown police said they investigated a burglary at a home south of Main Street on Friday, Jan. 15 in which computer equipment and a gun were stolen. He was arrested in Selinsgrove with the assistance of state police.
Moultrie and a second man, Denzel Cradle, 18, of Williamsport, knocked on the door of Middletown residences to verify if the owner was home, and only entered if no one answered, Middletown police said.
A warrant has been issued for Cradle, who is still at large, police said. He was last seen in the Lewisburg area, police said.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Middletown police at 717-558-6900.
A preliminary hearing for Moultrie is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 29 before District Judge David Judy.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 12:23