Pa. woman recorded hitting person with a baseball bat arrested, police say

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Pa. woman recorded hitting person with a baseball bat arrested, police say

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Pa. woman recorded hitting person with a baseball bat arrested, police say

Police said the video was circulating on Facebook, leading to the investigation.

Published: Jan. 25, 2022, 10:01 p.m.ByBecky Metrick | bmetrick@pennlive.comA video showing a Lebanon County woman hitting someone with a baseball bat led to an investigation and arrest, according to police.Palmyra police said officers were shown the video on Jan. 12, where Erin Doss could be seen using the bat to hit another person in the head.

After an investigation, the 43-year-old was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment and reckless endangerment, police said.Doss was arrested on Jan. 13 and waived her preliminary hearing on Jan. 20,Her bail was also lowered to $5,000 from $10,000, which she posted through a bond days later.

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By Becky Metrick | bmetrick@pennlive. By Sarah Cassi | For lehighvalleylive. Good Boy!" the sheriff’s office said.com A video showing a Lebanon County woman hitting someone with a baseball bat led to an investigation and arrest, according to police. Palmyra police said officers were shown the video on Jan. The officer was hospitalized with “visible injuries” after the attack, although court records on the arrest didn’t specify the severity of the injuries. 12, where Erin Doss could be seen using the bat to hit another person in the head. After an investigation, the 43-year-old was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment and reckless endangerment, police said. He was sent to Northampton County Prison in lieu of $200,000 bail, where he remained as of Monday.m.

Doss was arrested on Jan. 13 and waived her preliminary hearing on Jan.m. 20, Her bail was also lowered to $5,000 from $10,000, which she posted through a bond days later. Her next hearing is on Feb. Mosley is accused of trying to kick down an apartment door and was refusing to leave when officers arrived, police said. 23. The duplex accumulated about $200,000 in damages by the time crews finished five hours later, according to officials.

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