Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 11:18
Middletown Police Department is reminding resident /visitors that it is unlawful to place objects in the street to save parking spots.
The department noted "such actions can place people and property at risk, and can serve as a major obstacle for borough employees and contractor attempting to plow the streets."
The borough's ordnance reads as follows:
"It is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person from December 1 of any year and continuing until March 31 of the following year to place or cause to be placed any item whatsoever for the purpose of reserving parking spaces on any street in the Borough during any periods of precipitation, whether or not a snow emergency has been declared."
The department asked residents to keep in mind that public streets are open to all residents and visitors to park upon, unless marked by proper signage (to include permit parking areas), and or restricted by state or local laws. "Any actions taken against another, or his or her property, in retaliation, will not be tolerated," the department's notice added.
The reminder was issued by the police department through Middletown Borough's Nixle system on Wed., Jan. 27.
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Lower Swatara Police have charged a 30-year-old Steelton resident with several felony charges for alleged attempts to solicit a 14-year-old girl to engage in sexual acts with him.
Michael J. Mulligan of the 100 block of Brighton St., has been charged with criminal attempt and solicitation for involuntary deviate sexual intercourse when the victim is less than 16 years of age, criminal attempt and solicitation for sexual assault statutory rape, disseminating sexual materials to a minor and unlawful contact with a minor - obscene materials.
In a press release to the Press And Journal, police reported a township detective posed as a 14-year-old female who engaged in text message conversations with Mulligan for several days. “During these conversations Mulligan asked the detective who he believed was a 14-year-old girl to engage in numerous explicit sexual acts,” police noted.
On Dec. 22 Mulligan traveled to attempt to meet and pick up who he believed was a 14-year-old female for sex, police said. “Mulligan arrived and was arrested by police.”
The accused was taken to night court at 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 22 and arraigned before District Magisterial Judge Raymond Shugars. Mulligan was confined to Dauphin Co. Prison after being unable to post a $50,000 cash bail set by Judge Shugars.
Mulligan is scheduled to appear before Judge Michael Smith for a preliminary hearing on the charges on Dec. 31 at 9 a.m.
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