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Man free on bond in barricade case

August 06, 1998

A Hagerstown man who briefly barricaded himself in his West End home on July 31 after a domestic dispute with his live-in girlfriend was free on $20,000 bond Wednesday night after being charged with assault.

Timothy W. Corbiser, 25, of 86 Park Ave., surrendered to nearly a dozen uniformed city and county officers who minutes earlier had heard a shot fired inside the house.

Corbiser had been in Washington County Hospital for treatment of an overdose of medicine, police said.

After Corbiser's release from the hospital Wednesday, he was taken before a bond commissioner who set a $20,000 bond. He was jailed at the Washington County Detention Center.

Corbiser was charged with one count of second-degree assault on Stacey Marie Miller, 22, of the same address. He also was charged with two counts of reckless endangerment and one count of firing a firearm within city limits.

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The incident began when Miller was hit in the head by a thrown glass, according to court documents.

Miller told Washington County Hospital personnel that she had been assaulted.

Police were called to the hospital and Miller told them he was inside the home with guns, police said.

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