Harrisburg man arrested after violating Protection from Abuse order

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UPPER ALLEN, Pa.– A Harrisburg man was arrested after violating a protection from abuse order that was filed against him.

Ian Legrand, 39, was taken into custody in Camp Hill on Monday and taken to Cumberland County Prison for processing and arraignment.

In August of 2014, Upper Allen Police responded to a call for a Protection From Abuse (PFA) violation and damage to a vehicle. The investigation allowed authorities to identify Legrand as the suspect and obtained a warrant for his arrest.

In April 2016, Upper Allen Police received information from several Dauphin County Police agencies that had made contact with Legrand, aiding them into taking him into custody.

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