Harrisburg man accused of selling drugs from neighborhood bar

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Thomas Tumor


A Harrisburg man was arrested Thursday after police said he was selling crack cocaine from a neighborhood bar where he worked.

Thomas Tumor, 39, is charged with possession with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police executed a search warrant at the Tap Room located along the 1400 block of North 3rd Street after getting complaints from residents about drug activity happening inside the bar.

Tumor, a bar employee, was arrested and police seized $300 of crack cocaine. The investigation was referred to the Liquor Control Enforcement and is ongoing.

Three other people were arrested for outstanding warrants, which were unrelated to the investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 717-255-3158.

1 Comment

  • Elizabeth

    Funny that it took this long. Almost everyone who lives in the Mid-UpTown area of Harrisburg knows that drugs can be obtained in that bar! I never did any kind of drugs like these and even I knew of the “Business” SMH… Little slow here…

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