Meet Harrisburg’s Newest Police Officers
Officer Zachary T. Donmoyer was born in Harrisburg, PA, and raised in Jonestown, PA. He graduated from Northern Lebanon High School, and attended Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. After college, he was hired by Frederick County Fire and Rescue in Maryland. While deciding to move back home to Pennsylvania to pursue a law enforcement career, he worked for Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources before being hired by Harrisburg Bureau of Police. He currently lives in Jonestown, PA, with his two dogs and fiancée.
Officer Solomon J. Myers was born and raised in Mount
Joy, PA. In 2018, he graduated from high school, and started working as a foreman in roofing, as well as
establishing a career in carpentry. Following five years of construction, he applied to work for the Harrisburg City Police Department after a lifelong dream of working in law enforcement.
In 2022, Solomon married his wife Mackenzie, and they have two sons together. He credits his salvation and all of his blessings in life to Jesus Christ.
Meet Harrisburg’s Newly Promoted Officers
Sergeant Antwyn Tyrone Chatman was born and raised in Chicago, IL. His law enforcement career began when he joined the Harrisburg Bureau of Police in July of 2005. Over the course of his career, Sergeant Chatman has worked in the Uniformed Patrol Division, Community Policing Unit, and HUD. As a Harrisburg City resident, he is committed to being a positive image for the bureau. Sergeant Chatman is married to his beautiful wife, Katrina, and has three (3) wonderful children, Shakiva, Jacob, Antwyn Elijah, and an amazing grandson, Marcel. He attributes his humble approach to leadership and dedication to his Faith in God.
Corporal Andrew Cortelazzi was born and raised in the Harrisburg area. Corporal Cortelazzi began his police career in 2012 before joining The Harrisburg Bureau of Police in 2018. His tenure with the Harrisburg Police has mainly been on the 3rd Platoon, Uniformed Patrol Division. In this role, he served as a Field Training Officer, Patrol Rifle Operator, and assisted with background investigations. He has also completed two assignments on the Street Crimes Unit, and actively assists with the in-house training of new officers. Corporal Cortelazzi is a graduate of Top Gun Narcotics School Class 22, Swat School through the Pennsylvania National Tactical Officers Association, and holds numerous other trainings relevant to narcotics investigations. He is looking forward to his new role within the Bureau.
Corporal Anthony Cummings was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and raised in Mount joy, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Donegal High School in 2005. Corporal Cummings was a paramedic and a Deputy Game Warden prior to becoming a Police Officer with the
Harrisburg Bureau of Police in July of 2017. During his time with the Harrisburg Bureau of Police, Corporal Cummings has become a patrol forensic officer, field training officer, and a Detective for the Harrisburg Bureau of Police Criminal Investigation Division, Adult Offender Section. He is also an instructor for first aide/CPR and defensive tactics, and is a member of the Dauphin County Crisis Response team.
Corporal Farida Kingsboro was born and raised overseas, and is the first Middle Eastern hire of Egyptian descent at
the Harrisburg Bureau of Police. She served as a medic in the Army where she achieved the rank of sergeant and spent one year on a combat deployment in Afghanistan. Corporal Kingsboro started with Harrisburg in 2018 as a midnight shift officer on 1st platoon, before moving to 3rd platoon in 2023. She assisted in the advancement of new officers as a Field Training Officer and as an instructor at the police academy. Corporal Kingsboro is one of the Bureau’s tactical medicine instructors, a Patrol Rifle Operator, a member of the Honor Guard, and a negotiator with the Dauphin County Crisis Response Team. In addition, she speaks 3 languages and has completed two career developments with the Street Crimes Unit and the Criminal Investigations Division.
Corporal Chad McGowan was raised in Dallastown, Pennsylvania. In 2009, he graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Corporal McGowan began his career as a police officer in the Pocono’s before joining the ranks of the Harrisburg Bureau of Police in 2013. During his tenure at HPD, he has been assigned to both the Street Crimes Unit and the Uniformed Patrol Division. Corporal McGowan comes from a large family where he is a proud son, brother, and uncle. In October 2023, he proposed to his fiancé in Leavenworth, Washington. The newly engaged couple are very excited for their wedding and future together