ORBISONIA - One man was jailed after a domestic dispute Wednesday involving four people at the Martin's General Store in Orbisonia, Pennsylvania State Police Huntingdon reports.
Police said Charles Bralley Jr., 23, of Wood, had punched and spit on Jordan Quigley, 23, of Mount Union, as she was backing up a vehicle in a parking lot.
According to the report, when Quigley got out of the vehicle, Bralley punched her to the ground. Police said Edward Forsythe, 61, of Lewistown, tried to break up Bralley and Quigley and Bralley took a swing at him.
Police said Bralley then punched and damaged a vehicle belonging to Douglas Whitsel, 27, of Blairs Mills, before he took off on foot prior to police arrival.
Police said Bralley was apprehended and arrested a short time later.
Bralley was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Douglas Gummo on the charges of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and harassment and was placed in the Huntingdon County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail, police said.