Police log

March 22, 2004

Pa. man charged in assault of officer

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Chambersburg man was charged early Sunday with kicking a trooper who responded to a domestic disturbance, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Police said Keith Riley, 23, address unavailable, was charged with aggravated assault in the 2:40 a.m. incident at 650 Heintzelman Ave. in Hamilton Township. When police tried to arrest Riley for the domestic disturbance, he allegedly kicked one of the troopers several times, police said.

Pa. woman charged with assault

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police charged a woman with aggravated and simple assault and harassment for allegedly cutting a man's face during a domestic disturbance early Saturday.

Police said Kristina D. Eyer, 36, address unavailable, of Waynesboro, was arraigned on the charges before District Justice Gary Carter.

Police said they were called to Travel Centers of America on John Wayne Drive to investigate a disturbance that occurred at about 3 a.m. at 1418 Leitersburg Road in Antrim Township. Eyer allegedly used a knife to inflict a minor cut on the face of Gary L. Mayhugh, 53, address unavailable, of Waynesboro.


Mayhugh was charged with harassment, police said.

Man's condition still critical after wreck

A Frederick, Md., man whose car ran off U.S. 40, hit a tree and flipped several times early Saturday remained in critical condition in an area hospital Sunday.

A Washington County Hospital spokeswoman said Steven W. Ringley was in critical condition late Sunday evening.

Ringley, 30, was injured during the single-car accident east of Beaver Creek Road, where police were dispatched Saturday at 2:23 a.m., according to Maryland State Police.

Police said Ringley's 1988 Pontiac Bonneville was found on its roof, 250 to 300 feet away from where it went off the road.

Police said he was charged with driving under the influence, alleging that beer cans were found and that Ringley smelled of alcohol.

Denny's patron charged with assault

FREDERICK, Md. - A Westminster, Md., woman was arrested in connection with an incident inside a Denny's restaurant early Saturday, the Frederick Police Department said.

Consuela Ann King, 25, of 36B W. George St., was charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct, police said

Police said Sgt. Jason Keckler was inside the restaurant at 1207 W. Patrick St. at about 3:21 a.m., when he saw a female "acting in a disorderly manner." Police allege the woman grabbed a napkin containing a set of silverware and charged a woman, whose identity was not released.

Keckler handcuffed King while she was standing over the woman and still holding a fork, police allege.

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