Monday, April 23, 2018

Woman head-butts man in the face, strikes him on the head with metal bed rail

On Sunday, April 22, 2018 at approximately 2335 hours, a 54 year old male came to the Columbia Borough Police Station seeking medical attention.  He had injuries to his face and a laceration to his head.  He reported that Kanita Reid, a 35 year old female "headbutted" him in the face and struck him in the top of his head with an approximately 6 ft. long metal bed rail causing injury.  The alleged assault occurred in the home of Reid in the 100 Blk of S Fourth Street in Columbia Borough.  The male victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment.  Reid was taken into custody at her residence and charged with one count of Aggravated Assault (Domestic Violence) (F2) and one count of Simple Assault (Domestic Violence)(M2). She was taken to Lancaster County Central Arraignment to be arraigned on the charges.   She is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Arrest Date: 
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Case Number: 
27269-04-22-18

Source: 

Columbia Borough Police Department

https://lancaster.crimewatchpa.com/columbiapd/10552/arrests/reid-kanita-michelle-domestic-violence-aggravated-assault-f2-and-1-additional-charge

11 comments:

  1. Another Lancaster inplant??????

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  2. Mayor is right this is not a Columbia native,giving bad name to Columbia, ARREST and if they do some thing again arrest them again word will get out. POLICE DOGS WORK, CRIMMENALS are AFRAID OF THEM , MAYOR COLUMBIA NEEDS A DOG , IT WILL SLOW DOWN THE DRUGS HERE , THEY WON'T KNOW IF THE DOG WILL SMELL THE DRUGS IF THEY COME INTO CONTACT WITH THE OFFICER.

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    1. It is unnecessary to write in all capital letters.

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    2. What is wrong with writing in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS?

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    3. As long as section 8's are in town this will keep on happening!

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    4. Seriously, this kind of blanket statement is a complete falsehood. There are not nearly the number of persons with Section 8 housing vouchers in Columbia as many anonymous commenters believe.

      Frankly, the criteria for Section 8 vouchers is more stringent than most landlords ever require. And there've been no vouchers issued recently; also, "Section 8 housing in Pennsylvania isn’t open to new applicants year-round in many cities."

      Read the Pennsylvania’s Section 8 Housing Program particulars here: https://eligibility.com/section-8/pennsylvania-pa

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    5. No more section 8's is because we are way over our limit here!!

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    6. What do you think is going to happen when they can't fill the 38 apartments they are building at the bottom of locust street , you got it call section 8 and bring more Lancaster people up here.

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  3. How about hotel locust for a borough office

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    1. Makes to much sense , can't do that.

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