Pa. man arrested for allegedly assaulting hospital staff

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EULALIA TWP., Pa. (WETM) – A man is facing multiple misdemeanor charges after he allegedly harassed and assaulted staff at a hospital last month.

Joshua Levin, 44, of Genesee, was arrested by Pennsylvania State Police on November 19 after a report of a patient acting aggressively toward staff.

Police said that Levin disobeyed orders and resisted arrest when they arrived. He was charged with one felony count and multiple misdemeanors:

  • Aggravated Assault (second-degree felony)
  • Two counts of Simple Assault (second-degree misdemeanor)
  • Resisting Arrest (second-degree misdemeanor)
  • Obstruction of Law Enforcement (second-degree misdemeanor)
  • Disorderly Conduct (third-degree misdemeanor)
  • Harassment (summary)

Levin was denied bail and taken to the Potter County Jail. The investigation into the incident is closed, said State Police.

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