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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Recklessly Thrown Ashtray Hits Toddler/Man Arrested

A Harrison Valley man is facing charges of Simple Assault and Recklessly Endangering Another Person after he threw an ashtray that struck a 3 year old boy in the forehead requiring stitches.

Joshua Allen Wheaton, 30, of 239 East Tannery Street, Harrison Valley, PA, attempted to recklessly throw an ashtray across the room at a couch during an argument on Tuesday. The ash tray did not hit the intended target, and instead, struck a 3 year old boy in the forehead. The boy received stitches.

Wheaton was arrested by Trooper Andrew R. Mencer and arraigned before District Judge Delores G. Bristol in District Court 55-4-03 on Tuesday evening. He was released on $2500. unsecured bail to face a preliminary hearing on September 30, 2011 at 1:00 pm.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

go figure, Hope the kids ok but I bet a million dollars he couldn't do that again.. Freak moment in time...

Anonymous said...

Lawyers in our small PA towns are making out like bandits.


It's a sad day when people fly off the handle so quickly.