A Tyrone man is behind bars after crashing a car into the Tipton Post Office.
State Police say the incident started Monday morning as a domestic dispute that they responded to at a home in Tipton. When troopers arrived on scene the 25-year-old man fled in a vehicle owned by 36 year old Gretchen Meyers of Tyrone, the woman who had allegedly been the victim of the domestic violence incident.
After being pursued around Tipton, the suspect rammed the vehicle into Post Office building causing severe damage. He then fled on foot into the woods along the railroad tracks before being apprehended.
State Police tell WRTA News the suspect was on parole – which has now been revoked.
Charges against the man whose name has not yet been released, include simple assault, criminal mischief, DUI and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
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