Corman Secures Grant for Marysville Crime Fighting Tools

(HARRISBURG) – Sen. Jake Corman (R-34) today announced that he has secured a state grant for Marysville Borough.

Corman presented the grant to Chief Carl Lehman and Mayor Deb Troutman on April 23, 2008 at the Marysville Borough Building.

Corman secured a $5,668 state grant for Marysville, which will be used to purchase an in-car camera system for the Marysville Borough Police Department.

Corman said the video recording camera will be installed in a police patrol car to replace an older system, and help the police department to accurately produce evidence in a court of law.

“I was very pleased to assist the community of Marysville and its police department with this grant,” Corman said. “The police department and its officers need to have the latest technology to help fight crime and at the same time better protect citizens. This grant achieves both and I am proud to lend my assistance to this kind of state support.”

Senator Jake Corman, the Senate’s Majority Policy Chairman, represents the 34th Senatorial District, which includes Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry and Union Counties.

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