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VIDEO: Summer Hits Hard in Harrisburg

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Update: AntiFA used Chemical Weapons on State Police in Harrisburg

Harrisburg, PA – It has been a wild 2 weeks in June, with shootings, robberies, and large crowd fights happening repeatedly all over the city. No neighborhood is safe when large scale fighting can break out at any moment. 

As the police have recently been busy disbanding groups of wannabe militant activist, their presence is not visible in the neighborhoods where, at this point, anything goes. 

Summer is on full blast and the videos are in:

Girl get swooped by large group in Capital Heights 

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In the middle of Traffic 

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Car drives off with girl on top of hood

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En Espanol

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It’s going down on Berryhill Street

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Big shout to 717memes

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Woman Shot While Sitting On Her Porch @ Hummel Street – S. Allison Hill, Harrisburg PA

Update: Man arrested for Attempted Homicide 

33-YEAR-OLD WOMAN SHOT WHILE SITTING ON HER HUMMEL STREET PORCH

On June 14, 2017 at 10:51 p.m., Harrisburg Police responded to the 300 block of Hummel Street for a report of a shooting victim. Upon arrival, they discovered a woman suffering from a gunshot wound. She was alert and reported she was shot after a confrontation with another woman. The suspect the fired the shot was described a a teenage black male with bushy hair in a ponytail. Police continue the investigation. 

Anyone with information concerning this incident is asked to call (717) 255-3170 or email KGautsch@cityofhbg.com.

You may also submit a tip through Crime Watch, https://dauphin.crimewatchpa.com/hbgpd/3271/incidents/33-year-old-woman-shot-while-sitting-her-hummel-street-porch . These tips will remain confidential. 

Incident Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 – 10:51pm

Incident Type: Aggravated Assault

Case Number: 17-0614-160-001

Location: 300 Block of Hummel Street

Harrisburg, PA 17104

Source: Harrisburg Bureau of Police

Man Shot On Porch @ 6th & Wiconisco – Uptown, Harrisburg 

Update: 1 hour earlier in South Allison Hill – Woman Shot on her porch @ Hummel Street

28-YEAR-OLD MAN SHOT ON WICONISCO STREET PORCH

On June 14, 2017 at 11:44 p.m., Harrisburg Police responded to the 600 block of Wiconisco Street for a report of a man shot. A 28-year-old resident was found on the front porch of his home suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was alert and reported he was sitting on his porch when shots rang out and he was struck by a bullet. He was taken to Hershey Medical Center for medical treatment. No suspect information is available at this time, police continue their investigation.   

Anyone with information concerning this incident is asked to call (717) 255-6516 or email csilvio@cityofhbg.com or (717) 255-3170 or email KGautsch@cityofhbg.com.
You may also submit a tip through Crime Watch, https://dauphin.crimewatchpa.com/hbgpd/3271/incidents/28-year-old-man-shot-wiconisco-street-porch . These tips will remain confidential. 
Incident Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 – 11:44pm

Incident Type: Aggravated Assault

Case Number: 17-0614-146-002

Location: 600 Block Wiconisco Street

Harrisburg, PA 17110

Source: Harrisburg Bureau of Police

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State Police Horse Stabbed in Neck by AntiFA Militant

New: AntiFA to Burn Flag and Desecrate Graves in Gettysburg 

Update: The recent violent demonstrations by AntiFA have prompted the Harrisburg Police Department to request an additional $65,000 in riot gear.

On 6/10/17 11:32am, Harrisburg Police were assisting with the Act For America Rally on the Capital steps of N. 3rd & State Streets. During this Rally part of the protestors moved from the capital steps north bound on N. 3rd Street throughout the midtown area. Multiple mounted PSP Troopers and Harrisburg Police were assisting with moving a large crowd from blocking the 1200 BLK of N 6th Street towards the sidewalk.

A PSP Corporal and his partner, horse Sampson, were attempting to move the crowd when the defendant, Lisa Simon, used a flag pole with a silver nail at the top of the pole to strike horse Sampson in the side of the neck. Simon did this while obstructing the troopers from performing their duties to move the crowd onto the sidewalk.

Simon resisted Harrisburg Police officers from effecting a lawful arrest. Both the PSP Corporal and horse Sampson were able to continue working with minimal injury.

A warrant is being requested for the following charges: Aggravated Assault to Police, Taunting Police Animals, Prohibited Offensive Weapons, Obstruction to Law Enforcement Function, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct


Case Number: 17-0610-033-001

Arrest Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017

Charges:

Aggravated Assault-Police

Police Animals-Taunt/Torment/Strike

Offensive Weapon

Obstruction Administrative Law

Resisting Arrest

Disorderly Conduct

Source: Harrisburg Bureau of Police

AntiFA Terrorizes Harrisburg, PA

Update: AntiFA Assaulted State Police Horse

AntiFA Antagonized the Police on 3rd Street, in Midtown Harrisburg:





AntiFA first spotted @ 3rd & Forester:


AntiFA Marched Towards the Capitol Steps:


AntiFA Made Noise @ 3rd & State Streets:

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AntiFA Terrorizes Harrisburg, PA

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AntiFA Antagonized the Police on 3rd Street, in Midtown Harrisburg:




AntiFA first spotted @ 3rd & Forester:



AntiFA Marched Towards the Capitol Steps:



AntiFA Made Noise @ 3rd & State Streets:


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Shooting Uptown @ Kennedy Fried Chicken – Harrisburg, PA

On 6/10/17 at 3:10am, Harrisburg Police responded for a call of shots fired in the area of Jefferson and Woodbine Streets.  Officers were advised that a victim was located at the gas station at N. 7th and MaClay Streets with a gunshot wound to the hip.

Officers spoke with the victim who said he was leaving the Clover Club walking through the Kennedy Fried Chicken Lot, at which point he heard shots ring out.  The victim began running for safety.

A crime scene was located in the lot of Kennedy Fried Chicken with multiple casings recovered and vehicles damaged.  The victim was transported to Hershey Medical Center for treatment and was last reported to be in fair condition.  This is an ongoing investigation.


Incident Date:

Saturday, June 10, 2017 – 3:10am

Incident Type:

Case Number:

17-0610-058-003

Location:

Jefferson & Woodbine Streets
Harrisburg, PA 17110
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Learn to Swim for Free – Youth of Harrisburg, PA

Update: River Rescue Community Seminar June 24th, 11am – Public Safety Center @ HACC

Attention: Up and Coming Young Guppies and Sharks in the City of Harrisburg

By: Lewis Butts

It is most unfortunate to report that recently some young members of our community have passed away, in the force of the mighty Susquehanna River. 

Due to the fact that African American children are more likely to drown than any other race, it comes with great relief to announce that a program is being offered for the children of Harrisburg to learn a valuable life skill.

Swimming

Through the Division of Parks & Recreaction, this program in particular will offer an introduction to life saving. 

Learn to Swim

Free Classes

Age 5-14

cullen-jones

 

Contact Sasha Ross for Details:

717-232-3120

 

Cloverly Terrace

Weekdays July 10th – 21st

9am – 11am

 

Jackson Lick

Weekdays July 24th – August 4th

9am – 11am

 

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  • We want to see the children learn not only the basics, but also to train as Harrisburg’s Lifeguards of the future.

 

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Woman Assaulted & Held Hostage By Burglar With Gun

1700 block of North 6th Street – Harrisburg, PA

Harrisburg Police investigated a domestic violence incident in the early morning hours on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 resulting in the arrest of James Carden.  Officers responded to the scene and found a victim suffering from facial injuries.

Carden allegedly broke into the victim’s room, struck her and held her against her will at gunpoint.  He was charged with Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Unlawful Restraint and Firearms violations.

He was arraigned by the Honorable Magisterial Judge David O’Leary and denied bail.

He is detained at Dauphin County Prison while awaiting a preliminary arraignment.

Case Number:

17-0606-134-006

Arrest Date:

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Source:

Harrisburg Bureau of Police

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The Codes Department: Friend or Foe? By: Beau Brown

Op Ed By: Beau Brown 

The Codes Department: Friend or Foe?

Despite the controversy this opinion may cause, it will pale in comparison to the thousands of entrepreneurs and regular renovators that need their voices heard.

What I am about to say does not apply to every codes department in every municipality. It is also not a personal attack on any individual. At my own risk of bureaucratic rebuttal, I’ll say what needs to be said.


There is an eggshell relationship that exists between codes departments’ state wide, and an enterprising citizenry that must be acknowledged.

If local government officials are reading this, and behind closed doors want to know how to attract more innovation to their town, I’d start with the consumer confidence index.

I’d estimate that the code office represents about 50% of a municipality’s projection, or erosion of consumer confidence. Consumers being: homeowners, business owners, developers, or contractors.

I’ve traveled all over the state as a commercial real estate broker, making friends out of customers and clients, listening to gut-wrenching stories, and bearing witness to people unnecessarily losing thousands of hard earned dollars. In some cases, by the stroke of an officiated pen – their American dream.

Some actions could be construed as fraudulent. If not criminally, at least morally, and the consequences many times is the continuation of vacancy and blight, as quality renovators are equalized with poor renovators, and are chased away. It’s a hard truth to swallow.

Let’s do some Q&A

• If one individual has a difficult and unnecessary experience with the codes department, how likely would they tell anyone and everyone that listens? Very likely.

• If their story makes it to the media, how likely would the viewing audience rush to invest in your town? Unlikely.

• Do you agree that if a new construction project, major renovation, or small improvement is planned and performed that it should be held to a strict standard of safety? I absolutely do.

• Do you believe going forward, new safety code regulations are most likely in the best interest of our nation’s infrastructural future? I certainly hope so.

• Do you believe that a contractor, entrepreneur or homeowner should bypass, or be lazy in their efforts to meet safety requirements? I do not.

• Do you believe that if the code office disagrees with an individual or business personally or politically, or there is a conflict of interest, manufactured obstacles that make no sense are allowed to prevent progress? I hope you don’t.

• Do you believe that a code officer, who knows they can get away with such obstacles, should be allowed to serve the community? I don’t.

Think of fire. It can cook your food or scald your hand. It can heat your home, or burn down a town.

I’d like to offer an idea that could forever change the way these offices work:

Through a selective process, let’s gather five respected members of the community that possess specific knowledge about building codes and safety protocols, have education and experience as innovators, and who value private property rights.

We could brand it the: “Liberty Codes Committee.”

As a model of oversight, its purpose would be to act as a supporting body for entrepreneurs and regular people to go to as a last resort when they have evidence of a code office playing out of bounds.

Those who would need this committee may have provable legal cases, but either lack funds for an attorney, can’t find an attorney willing to fight city hall, or just plain have an attitude of dissent in the face of codified overreach.

With that attitude, they righteously fight the power, only to have more obstacles placed in their way as payback.

I’ll nicely call this payback: “frivolous aggravation.”

By virtue of its founding purpose, this committee could then:

1) Verify the petitioner complies with all safety standards, and is not cutting corners.

2) Privately meet, or call public attention to the office causing issue in pursuit of a remedy

3) Demand relief based on facts and principles.

Relief would most likely be granted, because if this trend setting body was formed in real life, you can also expect a cash swollen legal defense fund right along with it.

If senselessness produces punishment, then reason will produce defiance.

The municipalities shouldn’t object to this idea, unless of course they object to Abraham Lincoln, who famously said that this is a nation of the people, by the people and for the people.

We the people own every single codes office in existence. While we respect the need for safety and standards, and encourage it thoroughly, we object to selective punishment and ridiculous red tape

What some may not believe, but I know thousands instantly will – is that this committee would be overwhelmed within its first month of operation.