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June 25, 2013

Man allegedly fights with ex, her boyfriend

BUFFALO MILLS, Pa. — A Buffalo Mills man was jailed Saturday after he allegedly accosted his ex-wife and her boyfriend in an incident on Fossilville Road in the Buffalo Mills area of Londonderry Township, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Leonard James Forbes, 43, was jailed on charges of burglary, recklessly endangering another person, terroristic threats, harassment, criminal mischief tampering with property, criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct engaging in fighting.

He remained jailed Tuesday on $85,000 bond following the 6:30 a.m. incident and arraignment by Magisterial District Judge Kathy Calhoun.

Police said that Forbes allegedly fought with the victims before he drove his vehicle into the victims’ vehicles parked outside the residence. He also allegedly discharged a shotgun into the woods during the incident, police said.

An arrest warrant was obtained and police took Forbes into custody after he returned to the victim’s residence where he barricaded himself inside.

Pennsylvania State Police Special Emergency Re-sponse Team was mobilized before Forbes surrendered.

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