Schuylkill County Man Shoves Mother-in-Law, Tackles Wife
A Schuylkill County man is likely to be charged with harassment following an incident Sunday evening in Lebanon County.
According to State Police in Jonestown, they were dispatched to a home along Old State Rd. in Swatara Township at about 7:10 p.m. Sunday. The caller said there was an active domestic disturbance happening.
When police arrived and broke up the row, they learned that a 35-year-old Tower City man had shoved his mother-in-law, a Pine Grove woman, twice.
After shoving the in-law, the Tower City man then tackled his wife, of Jonestown, to the floor. He then held her on the floor and grabbed a phone out of her grasp.
Police have not identified anyone involved in this incident and say charges are pending.
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