Harrisburg crime blotter

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Police investigating some weekend incidents in Harrisburg.

On June 26 at 4:27pm….Police called to the 1100 block of N 15th Street for a disorderly man found a stabbing victim. Victim said he was attacked by Ariel Navarro, 28. She attacked him with a knife and stabbed him multiple times in the shoulder after being jealous of him seeing another woman. Victim was attacked in front of his five children, ages 2,3,6,7, and 10, hence why a recklessly endangering children charge was added. Navarro charged with

On June 26, 12:31am….Multiple shots were fired by an unidentified man on the 1900 block of Walnut Street, hitting a sedan driving west on Walnut. Car was struck multiple times. Victim in car says her vehicle was damaged, flat tire, ricochets off the car, bullet holes in trunk. Victim cooperated with police and is helping with investigation. Another car was struck driving by, and sped away from the scene in panic. She tried to call police while speeding away and her car hit a building at 2501 Market Street. She had to be taken to Hershey Hospital with injuries. At least two more stationary cars were struck by bullets.

June 26 at 1:31am…A 35 year-old man was robbed at 15th and Vernon. the victim was leaving Hamilton Health center and walking down Mayflower Street. He heard footsteps behind him and saw two black men rushing towards him. They knock him to the ground and stole $5 out of his pocket. Both suspects described as between 20-30 years old, dark skin. One had loose sweats, the other had tan boots.

Theft arrest made June 27…Officers observe a Scott Sundy, 22, homeless, on 1400 block of Penn Street stealing items out of an unlocked car. CD’s, an EZPass, loose change, and mail. Police request everyone secures their vehicles. There’s been a recent string of theft attempts, individuals going through unlocked cars, crimes of opportunities.

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