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Middletown man charged with having LSD, other drugs: Middletown Police Roundup

Posted 2/7/18

A Middletown man was put in Dauphin County Prison after police found him in possession of suspected LSD and other illegal drugs during a probation check of his residence on Jan. 10.

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Middletown man charged with having LSD, other drugs: Middletown Police Roundup

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A Middletown man was put in Dauphin County Prison after police found him in possession of suspected LSD and other illegal drugs during a probation check of his residence on Jan. 10.

Brandon Daniel Crowe, 32, first block of Beechwood Drive, was allegedly also in possession of cocaine and marijuana, according to arrest papers police filed with District Judge David Judy.

Crowe was on Dauphin County parole. The check was conducted by a county probation officer accompanied by borough police.

According to police Crowe identified one substance as LSD, but the substance was not tested at the scene for safety reasons, police said.

Crowe was arraigned before Judy on Jan. 25 and charged with possession of marijuana, use/possession of drug paraphernalia, and illegal possession of a controlled substance.

The marijuana charge was withdrawn during a Jan. 29 hearing before Judy. Crowe pleaded guilty to the other two charges.

Lights damaged at historical society on Main

Maybe they just don’t like history.

For the second time this year, someone has intentionally damaged a string of outdoor lights being displayed at the Middletown Area Historical Society Museum at 29 E. Main St.

Society officials reported to borough police on Jan. 29 that someone had cut through a string of lights displayed on the fence.

The same thing had happened on Jan. 3, only the association did not report that incident, police said. In both cases it has cost the society $20 to replace the lights.