Camp Hill Police investigating shooting at Christian Siebert Memorial Park; not a random act and no risk to public


CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) — Camp Hill Police are investigating a shooting that took place on Monday afternoon. It marks the first in 25 years.

Officers were called to Christian Siebert Memorial Park just before 6 p.m. for reports of shots fired in the parking lot. Harrisburg resident Luis Javier Rodrigues, 33, was checking on a pool membership when he returned to his car and exchanged words with someone in another vehicle.

Moments later, several shots were fired. According to police, Rodrigues drove himself and arrived at Penn State Holy Spirit Medical Center several minutes later suffering from non-life-threatening gunshot injuries.

“He is a very lucky guy. There were multiple shots fired at him and his vehicle and most did not strike him and those that did caused minimal damage,” Chief Stephen Margeson, Camp Hill Police, said.

There are still no arrests so far. However, according to the Camp Hill Police, this shooting was not a random act and the incident does not pose a risk to the public.

Anyone who witnessed the event or may have any information on the incident is asked to contact the Camp Hill Borough Police Department at 717-737-1570.

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