Cops: Driver rams car into store
APOLLO (AP) — A Pittsburgh-area man rammed his vehicle into a convenience store where his ex-girlfriend works then got out and assaulted her before driving away, police said.
Police in Washington Township, Westmoreland County, said they caught up with David Cass Jr., 23, of Plum, a short distance away and arrested him Tuesday.
Police charged him with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and other crimes for allegedly slamming his car into the BP Fueland store on Route 380, according to reports.
Police said that happened when he arrived at the store shortly after 7 a.m. and his ex-girlfriend locked the door when she saw him. After smashing open the door with his car, police said Cass punched the woman and slammed her head off the floor.