Magisterial District Judge Dominic A. Pelino
Dominic A. Pelino was born on August 28, 1954 to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Pelino of Penbrook. He attended Central Dauphin High School and graduated in 1972. He entered police work at age 19 with the Borough of Hummelstown. After four years with Hummelstown Borough he was hired by the Derry Township Police and was employed with them for 20 years. He left the Derry Township Police with the Rank of Detective Sergeant and took the position of Magisterial District Judge after being elected in 1997. During his tenure with the Police Department he attended Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and received an A.A. in Police Administration. Additionally he has served on the course development committee for the Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission and assisted in the development of statewide training. He maintains his certification to teach in the Police Academy and the Constable's Education Program. He is an active member in the Hershey Lions Club.
When MDJ Pelino took his first job as a police officer in Hummelstown, his police chief was Roy C. Bridges, who is also now a Magisterial District Judge.
From Harrisburg: Take Rt. 322 East to the Middletown-Hummelstown Exit. At the red light, at the top of the ramp, make a left onto South Hanover Street. Follow the square (next red light) and turn right on East Main Street.
From the Hershey area: Take Rt. 322 West and then take the Hummelstown-Middletown Road exit. At the top of the ramp, (stop sign) make a right onto Quarry Road. Follow to the next stop sign and turn right onto East Main Street.
Once on Main Street: Follow to the split in the road, bear right and then continue on East Main Street. The office is on the left after the Hilton Garden Hotel.