Woman charged in York City stabbing
A woman accused in a robbery earlier this year is now charged with stabbing a man in York City early Tuesday morning, according to police.
York City Police said Savannah Raylin Osgood, 20, stabbed Robert Strausbaugh in the area of West Hope Avenue and South Penn Street about 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Osgood, of the 200 block of South Penn Street, is charged with aggravated assault.
Court documents state Strausbaugh smashed Osgood's phone during an argument near his home on West Hope Avenue.
When Strausbaugh went to walk to his apartment, Osgood stabbed him in the back with a knife, police said.
After Osgood was arrested, she admitted to police that she had stabbed Strausbaugh, court documents allege.
Osgood remains charged with robbery in a York City incident from April, according to online court records.
Police said she and another woman hit a woman and stole her phone in the 100 block of West College Avenue, outside Penn Park, about 5:45 a.m. April 13.
At the time of Tuesday's incident she was free on $10,000 unsecured bail in that case.
On Sunday, Oct. 13, she was in York County Prison on $50,000 bail. She does not have an attorney listed.
Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 8 at District Judge Joel Toluba's office.
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