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Greenville woman charged with aggravated assault

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OTTER CREEK TWP. - A Greenville woman was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and terroristic threats after she held a knife to two others.

On April 17, Lynn Irwin, 48, grabbed a kicthen knife at 420 Donations Road and pointed it at Kristopher Irwin, 21. She threatened to stab the victim.

Pennsylvania state police reports say that Lynn Irwin allegedly charged at Rachael Vanderslice, 21, and threatened to stab her too.

Vanderslice tried to flee the residence. It is alleged that Lynn Irwin swiped the knife toward Vanderslice.

Both victims were not injured during the incident.

Lynn Irwin was also charged with simple assault, harassment and reckless endangerment.

 

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