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Police: Canoodling man's family beats woman outside bar
A woman spotted at a Paradise Township bar with a married man was assaulted by the man's wife outside the bar last month, according to police.
Northern York County Regional Police say Angelica Aviles-Lamboy, 38, and her teenage daughter confronted the woman inside the bar on Dec. 2, causing her to leave.
The victim didn't get far before Aviles-Lamboy followed her and assaulted her, breaking her nose, charging documents allege.
Aviles-Lamboy, of the 200 block of Poplar Street, Hanover, is charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and driving without a license. She is also referred to as Aviles-Corales in charging documents.
Confrontation: The victim met Javier Corales Santiago in Hanover that evening, and he took her to O'Brien's Paradise Cove, officials said. The two were only there for a little while before Aviles-Lamboy and her teenage daughter came in, court documents state.
The two confronted the woman and became hostile, police said, but nothing became physical at that point. The bar owner was able to separate the woman from the family members, and she walked out of the bar to get away from the situation, according to court documents.
She was walking west in the 7400 block of Lincoln Highway to get back to her car in Hanover about 11:30 p.m. when a dark-colored Ford Explorer pulled up behind her and the teen exited the vehicle, police said. The teen began yelling at her for being out with her father and started shoving her, court documents state.
The victim pushed back in defense, and Aviles-Lamboy joined her daughter and the two had her on the ground "within seconds," police said.
She was punched in the face and head multiple times, charging documents state. Both the mother and daughter were punching her, officials said.
The victim was not able to fight them both by herself, and police say Aviles-Lamboy and her daughter drove off after a passer-by stopped to help the victim, according to police. The woman who found the victim called 911.
Officers drove the woman to her car in Hanover, and she then drove herself to Hanover Hospital for evaluation, court documents state. A few hours later she called police and said her nose and a portion of her sinus had been broken in the fight, according to officials.
Northern York County Regional Police, with assistance from Hanover Police, helped identify Aviles-Lamboy, court documents state. It was later found she was driving without a license, according to police.
Charges were filed Tuesday, Jan. 9, and she was arraigned on them that day. She remains free after posting $50,000 bail, according to the York County Sheriff's Office.
She could not be reached for comment Friday, Jan. 12.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 26 at District Judge Thomas Reilly's office.
— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at email@example.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.