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Another criminal in uniform given a "second chance."Investigators say for the second time in 6 months a police officer has been involved in another hit and run case. The latest incident was in Frackville.
Joseph Hahn of Frackville worked as a part time officer for 4 departments in Schuylkill County.
His first run in with the law was in June near Jim Thorpe. Hahn admitted crashing his car and leaving the scene, and having an open alcohol container in his car. He paid almost $300.00 in fines.
A second hit and run was in Frackville earlier this month. Police say Hahn smashed into a car, which was pushed into an SUV. In the police report, Hahn admits to the crash and adds he ran because he panicked. Both vehicles are owned by the Cole family.
Amanda Cole is upset and concerned.
“I don’t think he should be a police officer anymore, I don`t think he should have a driver`s license, this is second incident. What`s next is he going to hit a person, a child crossing the street, injure someone, kill someone?.” Cole said.