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Woman Who Poked State Trooper and Woman Who Bit a Man’s Ear Off in Bradford both waive Preliminary Hearings

The Eldred woman who was recently accused of assaulting a State Trooper at the Bradford Hospital with a poke to the forehead, has waived her Preliminary Hearing.

The 1490NewsBlog had this to say:

35-year-old Crysal Updegrove was taken to Bradford Regional Medical Center after state police were called to a domestic incident at her home and they determined she needed medical attention.

In the emergency room she was “becoming agitated due to drug withdrawal and the slow response of medical staff,” according to papers filed in District Judge Dom Cercone’s office.

At one point, Udpegrove became argumentative, pointed at Trooper David Andrasko and said, “You piece of s**t; you f*****g a*****e. You’re not doing anything for me.”

She then poked Andrasko above the left eye, causing bleeding. Andrasko needed to seek medical attention as a precaution because of “knowledge of the defendant’s past medical history.”

Updegrove has been released on $10,000 bail.

In an unrelated matter, Erin Moore, accused of biting off Roger Kline’s ear and then spitting it on the floor during a domestic dispute at Kline’s Kiewanis Court apartment has also waived her Preliminary Hearing.

Kline was also charged with simple assault and harassment for hitting Moore in the nose during the altercation. Erin Moore remains behind bars with bail set at $10,000. Kline is free on unsecured bail.

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