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Pa. man charged with assault after fight over eggs

November 13, 2013
Associated Press

WRIGHTSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Police say a central Pennsylvania man attacked his girlfriend after she would not eat the burned eggs he cooked for breakfast.

The York Daily Record/Sunday News reported Wednesday ( ) that 41-year-old Marc Stephen Townsley of Wrightsville faces charges of simple assault and resisting arrest.

Charging document allege Townsley threw the woman onto a coffee table and slapped her on Sunday morning.

The paper says the victim had a cut on her cheek and her nose was red and swollen.

Police say they used a stun gun to subdue him at the scene and again at the booking center.

Townsley didn't have a lawyer listed in court records, and a woman reached at a home listing for him hung up on a reporter.


Information from: York Daily Record,



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