Brookville Man Set to Appear in Court on Wednesday on Assault Charges

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – A Brookville man accused of assaulting his wife in a domestic altercation is set to appear in district court on Wednesday.

Court documents indicate that 28-year-old Warren Frey, of Brookville, has a preliminary hearing scheduled in District Judge Greg Bazylak’s office at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 13, on the following charges:

– Simple Assault, Misdemeanor 2
– Disorderly Conduct Engage In Fighting, Misdemeanor 3
– Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact, Summary

Case Details:

According to the criminal complaint filed in district court by Brookville Police Officer William Gallagher, he and Officer Turnbull were sent to a Euclid Avenue residence for a domestic incident on September 12.

Officer Gallagher was advised the female had left the residence and was heading to Clarion. He advised 911 to have her pull over somewhere so that an officer could talk to her. Both officers then went to the Euclid Avenue residence but found no one there, the complaint states.

Both officers then went to Sheetz and met with the woman, Frey’s wife.

She said she and her husband, Warren Frey, had been arguing all day while she was out with her mother. She said that once she got home, they were arguing more, and they both stated that they were breaking the relationship off. She then stated that he would not talk to her, so she threw his laptop down the step and broke it, the complaint indicates.

She then said that Frey threw the laptop at her, striking her in the left side of her stomach and hip area, leaving red marks. While talking with the woman, Frey called her cell phone. She told him that Officer Gallagher wanted to talk to him and then handed Gallagher the phone, the complaint continues.

Officer Gallagher then told Frey that they needed to speak with him about the incident and would like to meet with him at the residence. Frey stated he was out back when police we were there previously, and he would meet them at the house, the complaint states.

Both officers returned to the Euclid Avenue residence and met with Frey. He stated that he and his wife had been fighting all day, and she came home, and it got a lot more heated. He then said she threw his $800.00 laptop down the stairs and broke it, and he got sick of her breaking so much of his stuff. Frey then said that he went to the couch, looked at his laptop, verified it was broken, and then he threw it across the room, and it bounced off the floor and hit her in the side, according to the complaint.

Frey then stated that he said he was going to call the police, and that was when she left the house, the complaint continues.

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