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Woman out $850 after debit card used illegally: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

Posted 3/11/20

A Lower Swatara Township woman is out about $850 after her debit card was compromised, according to township police.

It was reported to police at 6:05 p.m. Feb. 26.

Police said the …

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Woman out $850 after debit card used illegally: Lower Swatara Police Roundup

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A Lower Swatara Township woman is out about $850 after her debit card was compromised, according to township police.

It was reported to police at 6:05 p.m. Feb. 26.

Police said the woman’s debit card was used over three days in New York to make three purchases totaling $850.

Officers said the woman discovered the fraud when she used her card.

It is under investigation.

Man pretended to shoot cars

A Lower Swatara Township man faces disorderly conduct charges.

Police responded to the Hollywood Motel on Richardson Road at 7:21 a.m. March 4.

Motel staff told police that Craig Lamont Corbin, 54, was yelling both in and outside of his hotel room, according to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith.

Police later received a report that Corbin was standing on South Eisenhower Boulevard, pointing a white stick at cars, pretending to shoot them and dancing on the fog line, according to the affidavit.

He was charged with two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct.

He was arraigned before Smith, and his bail was set at $10,000. Corbin’s preliminary hearing is March 16.

Marijuana, DUI charges

Four adults and one boy face marijuana charges after police reportedly found them in a car parked on private property in the 400 block of Richardson Road at 9:45 p.m. March 2.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, the back windows of the vehicle were rolled down, and the odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle.

In the vehicle, police reportedly found a bag containing a small amount of marijuana on the front passenger seat. A bud of marijuana was found under the seat.

The driver, Gwendeline Diane Lebzelter, 18, of Lower Swatara, reportedly told police she smokes marijuana.  She was charged with DUI. A sample of her blood was taken at the Dauphin County Booking Center; the results were not reported. She was also charged with corruption of minors and possession of marijuana. Her preliminary hearing is April 8.

A 17-year-old Middletown boy was charged with possession of marijuana. Mackenzie James Smith, 19, of Lower Swatara, and Caitlin Marie McLinn, 19, of Middletown, were charged with corruption of minors and possession of marijuana. Their preliminary hearings are April 8.

Madison Renae Bloom, 18, of Lower Swatara, was charged with resisting arrest, corruption of minors and possession of marijuana after she allegedly refused to put her hands behind her back when officers arrested her.

Bloom’s preliminary hearing is April 8.

Vehicle rear-ended

A Middletown man faces charges after he allegedly left the scene of a crash near the exit of Sheetz on West Harrisburg Pike and Meade Avenue.

Airport police responded at 2:40 p.m. Feb. 3.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, a driver was trying to turn left onto Meade Avenue when his vehicle was rear-ended by a car driven by Joshua Scott Jenkins, 31.

The driver told police Jenkins backed up, went past his vehicle and turned right onto Meade Avenue heading toward Penn State.

Jenkins was charged with an accident involving damage to an attended vehicle. His preliminary hearing is April 13.

More than 20 prior citations

A Harrisburg man faces charges after he was pulled over after having more than 20 prior citations of driving while suspended.

Police pulled over Bernard R. Conway Jr., 50, on Route 283 south of the exit to Route 441 at 2:24 a.m. Feb. 22. According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, Conway is DUI suspended and was driving with fraudulent emission and inspection stickers.

Conway was charged with driving while suspended and displaying display documents knowing it to be fictitious, stolen, issued for another vehicle or issued without an inspection being made.

His preliminary hearing is April 1.

Windshield smashed

Someone smashed the windshield of a car while it was parked in the 200 block of West Main Street.

It was reported to police at 3:27 p.m. March 1.

The incident is under investigation.

Man used incorrect plate

A Lower Paxton Township man faces charges after he was allegedly driving with a license plate that belonged to another person.

Police pulled over Mark Jeffrey Brinck, 67, at the Congress Inn at 12:52 a.m. Feb. 29.

According to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith, Brinck told police it was his plate, but police reported it was registered to another person. His vehicle also reportedly didn’t have any proof of inspection or emission.

He was charged with possession, sale or display of documents knowing it was altered, forged or counterfeited; driving an unregistered vehicle; operating a vehicle without evidence of emission and without a valid inspection; and fraudulent use or removal of a registration plate.

His preliminary hearing is April 8.

Plate registered to another

A Lower Paxton man was charged after he was reportedly driving with expired emission and inspection stickers.

Police wrote in the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith that Kenneth R. Boulware, 47, was driving a Chevrolet with a registration plate that belonged on a Hyundai.

Police pulled him over in the Congress Inn parking lot at 6 p.m. March 2. While turning into the parking lot, Boulware reportedly turned in front of a tractor-trailer.

Boulware was charged with displaying a fraudulent registration plate registered to another vehicle, operating a vehicle after its registration was suspended, not yielding while turning left, driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked, and operating a vehicle without a valid inspection and evidence of emission inspection.

He was arraigned before Smith. His bail was set at $5,000, and court records indicate that it was posted. Boulware’s preliminary hearing is March 18.

Fraudulent stickers reported

A Harrisburg man was charged after he reportedly had fraudulent emission and inspection stickers.

Police pulled over Amos Russel Hubbard, 47, in the 1100 block of Eisenhower Boulevard for having expired registration, according to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith.

Hubbard was charged with possession, sale, or use of display documents knowing it to have been altered, forged or counterfeited; displaying certificate of inspection knowing it to be fictitious, stolen, issued for another vehicle or issued without an inspection being done; and driving an unregistered vehicle.

His preliminary hearing is April 1. 

Fake stickers on vehicle

A New Cumberland man reportedly admitted to police that he knew his emission and inspection stickers were fake.

Police pulled over Jeff B. Conley, 60, near Richardson and Summit Ridge roads at 3:43 p.m. Feb. 26, and Conley told police a man at a hospital asked him if he wanted the stickers, according to the affidavit filed with District Judge Michael J. Smith.

Conley was charged with possession, sale or use of display documents knowing them to be altered, forged or counterfeited; and displaying a certificate of inspection knowing it to be fictitious, stolen issued for another vehicle or issued without an inspection being made.

His preliminary hearing is April 6.

Mailbox hit

Lower Swatara police responded to a hit-and-run in the 800 block of Nissley Drive at 11 a.m. March 2.

A vehicle hit a mailbox, causing $75 in damage. A piece of a red sideview mirror was left behind.

Anyone with information is urged to call the non-emergency line at 717-558-6900.