Police: York City man and sister broke door, fled home
Police say a York City man and his sister broke the door to his child's mother's home and hit her last Friday afternoon.
Carlos Serrano-Delgado, 20, of the 700 block of West Poplar Street, is charged with burglary, criminal trespass and assault, according to charging documents. His sister, Carlyn Gonzalez-Delgado, 21, is charged with conspiracy to commit burglary, conspiracy to commit criminal trespass and conspiracy to commit assault, according to online court records.
Online court records indicate that Gonzalez-Delgado was released on $10,000 unsecured bail.
Serrano-Delgado remains free after posting $2,500 bail with a condition of no contact with victims or witnesses.
Around 4:20 p.m. Friday, a woman called police to report her child's father, Serrano-Delgado, and his sister, Gonzalez-Delgado, were banging on the front door of her home at the 800 block of West Locust Street, documents state. Police say Serrano-Delgado was yelling, "Come out and get your ass whooped."
While in route to the home, police were informed by the dispatcher that Serrano-Delgado had broken through the front door, and yelling and a dog barking could be heard in the background, documents state. When police arrived, Gonzalez-Delgado was standing in the living room of the home while Serrano-Delgado fled out the back door, according to police. When officers looked in the back of the home, Gonzalez-Delgado fled out the front of the home, according to documents.
The frame to the front door was broken, documents said, and the woman revealed a laceration inside her upper lip, which she said was caused by Serrano-Delgado hitting her in the face while she was holding her 1-month-old child. The woman told police Serrano-Delgado grabbed the child and yelled to his sister to "whoop her ass," documents state. He then handed his child to Gonzalez-Delgado and told her to leave with the child. However, the woman blocked the doorway, preventing Serrano-Delgado and Gonzalez-Delgado from leaving the home until police arrived, according to documents.
Police said Gonzalez-Delgado placed the child on the sofa after their arrival and that she left the home when officers began searching for Serrano-Delgado.
— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at email@example.com.