Press Enterprise 30 Day Archive

July 28, 2015
Stench in Bloom apartment led authorities to likely drug OD
BLOOMSBURG — Police knew Christopher Cameron was expecting the delivery of a strong painkiller in the mail last Friday...
Berwick official: Sibling ran to tell dad of risky play, but it was too late
BERWICK — A child playing with a cigarette lighter accidentally started the Front Street fire that left nine people...
Police: Five cars in collisions on Route 11 outside Danville
MAHONING TWP. — Two separate car crashes happened just moments apart on a busy stretch of Route 11 here Monday...
Bloom man pleads no contest in Block Party weekend rampage
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg man stood with his head hung low when brought before a judge recently for allegedly injuring...
On July 23, 2001, 14 years ago, my wife and I were sitting outside on our deck in Mount Pleasant Township, enjoying...
July 27, 2015
Kennel owner: Jogger’s lawsuit threat spurred move to shelter, new homes
BRIAR CREEK — A pair of German shepherds that mauled a local runner this spring were sent to a kennel and adopted out,...
Property owners say tenants responsible for clearing surface
BERWICK — A woman was badly hurt and broke a leg after she slipped and fell on her neighbors’ icy sidewalk, a new...
Firefighter treated for burns; five kids among the displaced residents
BERWICK — Four adults and five children were chased from a home here Sunday morning after fire ripped through their...
One man accused of putting chokehold on dad and the other allegedly tried to stab his mother
An unemployed man put his father in a chokehold at their home, and the father could not breathe, he alleges. Joseph...
Chase suspect also admitted to having 4 pounds of pot
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg man who fought with a trooper and was shot in the wrist while grappling with the lawman for...
July 26, 2015
Berwick lawman says he thought his pay would cover missing $1G
BERWICK — A constable who collected money from people with arrest warrants pocketed the cash and never turned the...
Orangeville man says he needs morphine therapy
BLOOMSBURG —An Orangeville man arrested on his fourth impaired driving offense asked a judge to allow him to spend a...
Rural Catawissa man charged with neglecting three horses
CATAWISSA TWP. — A man here deprived his horses of food, water, and veterinary care until theirhips and ribs jutted...
Company lied about resources, failed to pay, local software developer alleges
BLOOMSBURG — A technology firm lied about its financial status, then stiffed a Bloomsburg software developer on a $220,...
Mifflinville woman accused of DUI due to medications blames a health problem
MOUNT CARMEL — A 31-year-old Mifflinville woman has been charged with driving under the influence of medication after...
July 25, 2015
Bicyclist: Mishap with animal ruined high-end gear
WALLER — A bicyclist wrecked while dodging a dog that ran onto the road, causing nearly $4,300 in damage to his top-...
School officials say elementary project is under control
BERWICK — A former Berwick Area school director believes the district shouldn’t pay for two recent change orders at the...
Tech vendors to fill space at Bloom event’s Farm Museum
BLOOMSBURG — The Farm Museum at the Bloomsburg Fair has long paid homage to agricultural antiques, but now fair...
BLOOMSBURG — Fearing the spread of avian flu, state officials will bar the 1,400 chickens and other fowl from going on...
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. has severed ties with Hulk Hogan amid a report that one of...
MAHONING TWP. — A woman who allegedly plotted to steal a safe full of cash from a friend along with a witness from that...
July 24, 2015
Berwick friends allegedly after copper in Scott Township
SCOTT TOWNSHIP — Police caught two Berwick men inside the old Giant Food Store early Thursday, on the hunt for copper...
PFA granted against Montour Township husband and father
MONTOUR TWP. — A man charged with hitting a PPL worker with a flower pot is now accused of abusing his wife. Gary...
Driver in ‘fair’ condition after Scott Township wreck
SCOTT TWP. — A speeding driver plowed into an auto repair shop with such force, the car tore a hole in the corner of...
Judge agrees with part of appeal in friend’s stabbing
BLOOMSBURG — A man who was convicted of stabbing his best friend during an alcohol- and drug-fueled party two years ago...
BLOOMSBURG — When Andrew Vaughn paid a visit Monday to a Fetterman Avenue apartment where he used to live, he was armed...
July 23, 2015
Troubled Millville nursing home allowed to accept new patients
MILLVILLE — Millville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center can again begin accepting new residents despite a recent...
Leader enjoys getting to know area, workers
DANVILLE — New Geisinger CEO David Feinberg says people react apologetically when he tells them he’s moved from the...
Paramedic says Danville Ambulance only recently set terms of water use
MAHONING TWP. — Danville Ambulance Service employees may drink all the bottled water they want while working, but a...
CATAWISSA —Authorities serving an arrest warrant here found a meth lab bubbling inside a trailer home Wednesday, they...
‘Friend’ accused of $7G theft back in cell
MAHONING TWP. — A Danville man who inherited up to $30,000 after his father died almost always carried a large amount...
July 22, 2015
Trucker cited for carelessness in wreck that caused oil spill
ORANGEVILLE — The truck driver whose rig overturned on Route 487 and spilled tar-like oil into Fishing Creek last week...
Man on lawn tractor accused of threatening state trooper
LIMESTONE TWP. — A man had a box of beer and a combative attitude when police found him driving a lawn tractor on a...
Parent Alcoa stands by local factory through floods and recession
BLOOMSBURG — Kawneer was in the midst of a construction project in 2011 when the historic Lee Flood swept through town...
BENTON — A man jailed for allegedly calling and texting his ex-girlfriend posted bail and began texting and calling her...
Berwick woman released without posting $50,000 bail under deal
BERWICK — A mother accused of being part of a meth-making ring with her husband and daughter cried after agreeing to...
July 21, 2015
Trash left behind, Wal-Mart video, tip led to three arrests in $12G+ crimes
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A water bottle and two cigarette butts left in a bathroom helped police nab two suspects in a home...
Inmate infamous for cases against celebs and even ex-planet Pluto
BLOOMSBURG — An inmate notorious for filing thousands of frivolous lawsuits — many against celebrities — is now suing...
Area native and neuroscientist finds relief in horse therapy
BLOOMSBURG — Neuroscientist Amy Hubbard ignored the double vision, and even managed to keep working when she...
Authorities likely to renew case after police fail to produce young accusers
BERWICK — A Berwick man accused of exposing himself to two girls, ages 8 and 13, saw those counts withdrawn Monday...
Supers say week-long penalty unpaid
MAHONING TWP. — Township Police Chief Chad Thomas apologized to residents Monday on the heels of his recent one-week...
July 20, 2015
Police agree to delay man’s hearing on charges of stalking girls, stealing
BERWICK — A man accused of stalking two young girls and shoplifting has a serious mental illness and needs treatment,...
Police: 27 pounds of pot seized in raid of apartment
BLOOMSBURG — A former Bloomsburg University student arrested last year as the main supplier in a $100,000 marijuana...
Berwick club wins surprise bounty: nearly 8,000 stories for needy kids
BERWICK — A book club that hoped to get a few hundred books for needy children now finds itself with an embarrassment...
NYC’s Kennedy airport building luxury ‘ARK’ terminal for animals
NEW YORK (AP) — Jet-setting stallions and high-flying hounds at New York’s Kennedy Airport can look forward to a new...
Pills taken in front of daughter, charges say
NORTH CENTRE TWP. — A woman allegedly stole medication from her mother, then got in a car and drove so erratically, she...
July 19, 2015
Parents’ lawsuit says son didn’t get right drugs for unusual pneumonia
DANVILLE — A 6-year-old boy died from pneumonia complications after doctors at Geisinger and another hospital failed to...
Police: Teen shared room with man, said she may be pregnant
CATAWISSA — A 24-year-old man had sex with a 16-year-old girl while staying with her and her mother, police say. The...
Legion of costumed volunteers storms Bloom Children’s Museum
BLOOMSBURG — Boba Fett hoists his 30-pound jet pack and takes one last glimpse at his reflection in the window of a...
Berwick woman scratcher win tops area’s June lottery jackpots
It’s a far cry from $3 million, but $30,000 is still not a bad way to start the summer. Yvonne Yohey of Berwick took...
Berwick man charged with carring concealed firearm without license
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A Berwick man who became “incredibly nervous” when questioned by police during a traffic stop on...
July 18, 2015
Nescopeck man, 25, accused of burglaries
NESCOPECK — An admitted heroin user was arrested after a police chase and charged with burglarizing three homes in...
Berwick woman was already facing a DUI, authorities report
SCOTT TOWNSHIP — A Berwick woman high on synthetic marijuana was driving with her 2-year-old daughter in the vehicle,...
Police: Car hit minivan in Montour Township
MONTOUR TWP. — At least three people were taken to a hospital Friday morning after a car rammed into the passenger side...
W. Va. trucker’s bail request nixed after Bloomsburg worker testifies
BERWICK — A trucker who allegedly exposed and fondled himself while waving to a passing female motorist previously...
MAHONING TWP. — The township’s police chief was suspended for a week, but supervisors are not saying why. Chad Thomas...
MAHONING TWP. — A former Geisinger psychiatric patient tried to smuggle drugs to a current patient in a container of...
July 17, 2015
Berwick mother allegedly failed to deliver charity treats
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A Berwick woman took doughnut orders and collected money, but never delivered the goods, police say...
Briar Creek Township mother says man off meds, attacked her
BERWICK — William Hummel cursed at his mother, lifted a butcher knife above his head, and swung it down toward her...
Authorities expect to refile drug trafficking charges
BERWICK — Police have withdrawn drug trafficking charges against a pregnant teen and her boyfriend who turned...
Mahoning Township Authority must pay $1,436
MAHONING TWP. — Businessman Randy May has won his civil lawsuit against the Mahoning Township Authority in a dispute...
MILLVILLE — A Benton man who allegedly took his family for rides in two stolen vehicles now faces more charges,...
July 16, 2015
Judges reject Montour Township residents’ arguments
MONTOUR TWP. — A panel of state judges has rejected residents’ arguments for blocking the construction of a proposed 4,...
Millville official wants building demolished soon
MILLVILLE — It was another late night for Millville firefighters after a storm ripped large pieces of the roof from the...
Alert Danville neighbor is credited with helping to break up booze bash
DANVILLE — Three teenage girls stole beer from Weis then tried to host a drinking party in an unoccupied residence here...
Salem Township woman tells judge that explosion put her on the path to sobriety
BERWICK — A woman who police say lost her home in a meth-lab explosion wept as she told a judge she would never get in...
‘I just like pigs,’ suspect told police
MILLERSVILLE (AP) — Police have charged a man with trespassing, public drunkenness and indecent exposure after he was...
July 15, 2015
Family suspects suicide after woman, 28, lost son
BERWICK — The mother of the 7-year-old who was given a firefighter’s funeral after he died seven weeks ago is now dead...
Curry to take over Stroudsburg post, earn $40G more
STROUDSBURG — Bloomsburg Area Superintendent Cos Curry is leaving to take the same position at Stroudsburg Area schools...
Woman allegedly tried to kill man who’s in hospital with collapsed lung
BLOOMSBURG —Two months before Alice Malave-Roque attempted to kill boyfriend Michael Eyer by stabbing him in the chest...
Berwick woman allegedly brought drug from Philly
BERWICK — A fourth member of the Fenton family has been charged with dealing heroin here. Kasandra L. Fenton, 28,...
Officials suggest swimmers avoid Fishing Creek for now
BLOOMSBURG — The Bloomsburg area’s water supply is safe after an oil-tanker spill into Fishing Creek, and it appears...
July 14, 2015
Crews race to block flow, protect Bloom-area water supply
ORANGE TWP. — A tanker truck lost control around a curve on Route 487 here Monday morning, toppling onto its side at...
BLOOMSBURG — United Water Pennsylvania shut down operations at its Irondale Road water treatment plant Monday for...
Prosecutors say they would accept probation
BLOOMSBURG — A Benton woman has pleaded no contest to recklessly driving a school bus full of children last year,...
Police: Girlfriend stabbed man with corkscrew, knife
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg man was stabbed with a knife and a corkscrew, and the man’s girlfriend was led away in...
Bloom man says his research points to economic benefits
BLOOMSBURG — An innkepeer wants council to rethink an ordinance that would protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and...
July 13, 2015
Man from Danville still faces charges from new accuser
DANVILLE — A convicted child molester from Danville is about to be released from state prison after finishing his eight...
Berwick swimmer plunged into turbulent waters
BENTON — A Berwick teen made a daring rescue to save the life of a 10-year-old boy after he slipped over the falls of a...
Low-head dams like the one in Benton are so dangerous, they’ve earned the nickname “drowning machines,” Bloomsburg...
Men allegedly stole 25 pounds of metal from CVS job site
BERWICK — Two Berwick men stole 25 pounds of copper wire from the construction site for a new CVS store, police say....
Mom-and-pop food store thrived for decades in twice-burned building, pair says
MILLVILLE — Before major supermarket chains, family-owned groceries like Baker’s Economy Store served folks in small...
PennDOT team vets vanity plates
PITTSBURGH (AP) — In a nondescript driver’s license center along the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, five PennDOT...
July 12, 2015
Some of newly insured clients may pay up to 40 percent more in 2016
DANVILLE — Rates for some Geisinger Health Plan members may rise by as much as 40 percent or higher in 2016. GHP, like...
Bloom boy suffering from seizure disorder aspires to be special commando in Navy
BLOOMSBURG — Tonja Dodge walked into her bathroom and saw her 8-year-old son, Ben, motionless at the bottom of a full...
Boy’s mom, friends accused of trespass in custody dispute
BERWICK — A woman who allegedly teamed with two others to force her way into a house and snatch her son from his father...
Police suggest carefully inspecting money
At least four counterfeit bills have turned up recently at local produce stands and sellers. Law enforcement officials...
Fans at Bloom Fairgrounds cite rights, personal freedom
BLOOMSBURG —Monster truck enthusiast James Kintz believes he has a right to fly the Confederate flag that was mounted...
July 11, 2015
Cops: Ex-Christian school worker, girl had sexual contact
BERWICK — A former Columbia County Christian School counselor sent first a Valentine’s Day card, then a mix CD, to a 16...
Woman won’t testify
BLOOMSBURG — A woman who reported being sexually assaulted in a freshman’s dorm room at Bloomsburg University last...
Millville structure condemned, as tenants allege it was a hazard
MILLVILLE — The old Fireside Video building will have to be torn down after a fire — the second in two months — ripped...
BLOOMSBURG — An ex-Berwick police officer will spend 30 days on house arrest for drunkenly crashing into parked cars...
NEW YORK — McDonald’s swears up and down the little yellow “Minions” Happy Meal toy is speaking only nonsense words and...
July 10, 2015
Police: Jobless man arrested hours before trip to rehab
MIFFLIN TWP. — A heroin addict who swindled local dealers to feed his $250-a-day habit was arrested hours before he was...
Berwick Police Chief seeks information as family mourns its pet
BERWICK — Brandyn Garrison says four teenage boys cornered and stomped one of her family’s cats and left it for dead....
DANVILLE — Danville Area teachers will strike again Oct. 16 if they don’t have a new contract. The latest bargaining...
DANVILLE — A local runner is one of 10 Special Olympians selected from around the world to take part in a two-week...
Las Vegas man busted for heroin in Danville faces extradition hearing
DANVILLE — A Las Vegas man busted with black tar heroin inside his car after lingering too long at a gas station here...
July 9, 2015
Berwick man was restoring brickwork
DANVILLE — A Berwick man plunged to his death from nine stories up as he worked to restore brickwork on a Geisinger...
Liberty Township woman with spina bifida to wed at Camp Victory, where she won much independence
LIBERTY TWP. — The wedding dress has been picked out and the 250 invitations sent. Antoinette and Joe Nikodemski...
EYERS GROVE — There are three types of shoring that construction crews typically use to stabilize a trench, but none of...
Coroner: Danville-area wife died accidentally
VALLEY TWP. — Smoke inhalation killed a Danville-area woman found in a fire-damaged bedroom this week, a coroner has...
Bloomsburg official says debris-lane plan appears to have been nixed by the state
BLOOMSBURG — Most of flood-damaged Fort McClure Boulevard between Railroad Street and the entrance to the Bloomsburg...
July 8, 2015
Worker buried in buckled trench
EYERS GROVE — A construction worker from Unityville was crushed to death when a trench collapsed Tuesday morning,...
Danville-area woman found in burned room, but cause of her demise unclear, coroner reports
VALLEY TWP. — A woman was found dead Tuesday by her husband in a fire-damaged bedroom, an official says. Robin...
Natural gas-fired power station would draw 25,000 gallons a day, official says
BERWICK — Brian Danowski and his family rely on a groundwater-fed well for water at their property near the site of a...
Trucker failed to close valve, lost 30-40 gallons in Bloom
BLOOMSBURG — A tanker spilled 30 to 40 gallons of fuel at a gas station here Tuesday, and some seeped into the soil at...
Judge orders sides to resume pact talks in stalemate that ‘has been unresolved for far too long’
MILLVILLE — A Columbia County judge has ordered Millville’s teachers and school board to return to contract talks,...
July 7, 2015
Nescopeck Police urging residents to call at once to fight crime wave
NESCOPECK — A string of home invasions has rocked the borough, but Nescopeck Police have little evidence to go on since...
Danville man given 11-22 months for making fake checks, bullying a witness
DANVILLE — A Danville man collapsed in court Monday after learning he would be spending the next 11 to 22 months in...
CATAWISSA — A Danville man hauling a mobile home caused a traffic jam in the borough Monday when his trailer got hung...
Prosecutors say physician gave 553 cancer patients at least 9,000 needless treatments
From staff and wire reports DETROIT — A former Geisinger cancer doctor is in federal court this week to find out how...
Six people go to hospitals after crash on Route 239
NESCOPECK TWP. — Six people were sent to the hospital after two SUVs collided at an intersection, sending one toppling...
July 6, 2015
Danville woman accused of ordering child to damage treadmill, then lie
CATAWISSA — A woman forced a young girl to damage another woman’s treadmill, then threatened the girl to keep her quiet...
Ex-Bloom man pleads guilty to trafficking in bath salts, synthetics
WILLIAMSPORT — Another defendant indicted in an alleged $10 million global trafficking network that sold synthetic mind...
$34M building boasts food processing lab, TV studio, turf room
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. —Central Columbia’s new $34 million high school includes a TV studio, a turf room, and a food...
Money will go into footbridges and fill for 12-mile path from Danville to Bloomsburg
LEWISBURG — Planners for a riverside hiking and biking trail between Danville and Bloomsburg are talking with renewed...
Drug found during exam at Columbia lockup
BLOOMSBURG — A woman managed to conceal two wrapped balls of heroin inside her vagina for a day after being jailed on a...
July 5, 2015
Woman says natural gas project on her land jeopardizes her business
BUCKHORN — “Never in a million years” would Linda Quodomine have spent $145,000 for 22 acres of farmland to expand her...
Flavored beverages feature tapioca
BLOOMSBURG — Another Bloomsburg Fair stand has put down roots as a brick-and-mortar shop here, specializing in bubble...
Demand for $11G+ puts reporter from fear to joy to relief
At first, the letter from the IRS terrified me. I had failed to report $39,753 in interest income from three accounts...
Bloom booster group turns to GoFundMe to raise last $60,000 needed for study
BLOOMSBURG — A non-profit aims to pay for the last pieces of a downtown revitalization study with an unconventional...
Mifflin man allegedly defaced South Centre HQ door, signed note
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A Mifflinville man accused of vandalizing a police station with a marker was caught after officers...
July 4, 2015
Bloomsburg woman who staged hate crimes must pay ex
WILLIAMSPORT — A Bloomsburg woman was sentenced this week to 10 consecutive weekends in prison and ordered to stay away...
Convicted sex offender locked up after call in South Centre Township
SOUTH CENTRE TWP. — A trucker from West Virginia with a record of past sex crimes exposed himself Thursday night to a...
Millville woman is betting on cards as ‘unique’ idea in toy market
MILLVILLE — When Jenny Kile saw her kids having a blast with cards she played with as a kid, she knew she had a new toy...
EMT: Injuries don’t seem serious in Catawissa area
CATAWISSA TWP. — A 70-year-old woman and her granddaughter catapulted over the handlebars of an ATV Friday afternoon...
BENTON — A 71-year-old driver struck a teen who was on his way to school, then left without helping the young man,...
July 3, 2015
Authorities say pizza delivery led to Lions Gate suspects
SCOTT TWP. — Three teen friends attending a late-night party at Lions Gate Apartments last weekend trashed the...
SALEM TWP. — Township residents will have their chance to weigh in with comments about a proposed natural gas-fueled...
Berwick man calls accuser’s story ‘technically a lie,’ says she flirted with him at work
BERWICK — A man accused of kissing a co-worker and forcing her to feel his erection when the woman gave him a ride home...
BERWICK — A woman accused of helping two men make methamphetamine needs treatment, not prison, her mother says. Lauren...
Tot’s parent cited with harassment, accused of threat
BRIAR CREEK — A man told his mental-health caseworker that he intended to kill his ex-girlfriend and her father, court...
July 2, 2015
Man says Danville Ambulance firing, theft case followed labor complaint
DANVILLE — A Danville Ambulance Service paramedic who was recently fired and charged with theft says it all happened in...
Riverside-area woman: Guardian angels limited damage to outbuildings and car
RUSH TWP. — Leanne McCormick believes an angel or two must have spared her home Tuesday night when a confirmed tornado...
Addition allegedly collapsed and cost owner $15G to fix
MAIN TWP. — A sunroom collapsed in “mildly windy conditions” because a Luzerne County contractor improperly installed...
Orangeville father is also accused of hurling water and chair at teen
VALLEY TWP. — An Orangeville man punched his teenage son in the face and threw a cup of water on him during an argument...
Pair admits addictions to heroin, but deny cooking meth or dealing either
BERWICK — A pregnant teenager and her boyfriend being sought by police on meth and heroin charges turned themselves in...
July 1, 2015
Expelled nurse anesthesia student’s rights violated over delayed drug test, jury finds
WILKES-BARRE — A former nurse anesthesia student has won a $1.5 million verdict against Geisinger Medical Center and...
Two men allegedly sold meth, heroin to support their own opiate habits
BERWICK — Two Berwick men arrested Monday were selling methamphetamine and heroin to support their own heroin habits,...
No twister or severe wind damage reported; some trees downed
BLOOMSBURG — Severe thunderstorms and high winds pelted the area last night and resulted in a tornado warning from the...
BERWICK — Police are looking for a pregnant teen and her boyfriend, whom they believe were making meth at a residence...
Abuse allegedly aimed at dispatchers, Scott Police
BLOOMSBURG — A Montour Township man cursed a 9-1-1 dispatcher and made lewd and offensive remarks about police,...
Brooklyn man then ordered to serve eight years in plea deal
DANVILLE — A Brooklyn man was sentenced to eight years in state prison Tuesday for operating a heroin ring that used...
June 30, 2015
Lifer accuses troubled defender of ditching appeal, seeks $448G
BLOOMSBURG — A Bloomsburg defense lawyer under federal indictment for money laundering is being sued by a former client...
BLOOMSBURG — Lawyer Clyde Kevin Middleton received a public censure from the state’s top court in 2004, records show...
Espy residents blame new natural-gas line; UGI promises repairs
ESPY — John and Nancy Mensch piled sandbags at the western corner of their Old Berwick Road property during a recent...
Judge also says no to moving trial of slain man’s ex wife
BLOOMSBURG —A judge will not grant bail to Maria Sanutti-Spencer as she awaits trial for the assassination-style...
Son claims she accidentally bit him
BRIAR CREEK TWP. — A township man with mental-health issues and violent tendencies bludgeoned his mother twice in the...
Hard-rocking, award-winning Skillet to play for ‘Panheads’ on Sept. 27
BLOOMSBURG —Grammy-nominated Christian rockers will unleash their electronic-infused sound at the Bloomsburg Fair this...
June 29, 2015
Victim of accidental shooting alleges ‘scarring,’ lost earnings
BLOOMSBURG — A woman is suing a vendor who accidentally shot her in the thigh during a gun show at the Bloomsburg...
‘20,000 excuses’ too much for judge, who imposes top penalty
BLOOMSBURG — A man charged with violating a protection-from-abuse order for the fourth time was sentenced to 10 days in...
Unique covering makes style, not financial ‘cents,’ developer of student housing says
BLOOMSBURG — Joe Gushen is willing to bet anyone 21,000 pennies that he now can boast one of the most unique entrance...
Suspects say the alleged victim attacked them first
HEMLOCK TWP. — A woman and her father beat her former landlord after he refused to allow them to clear out the rest of...
Woman allegedly attacked beau over car damage
BERWICK — A man pulled out his smartphone and started recording video when his girlfriend “went psycho” and attacked...