YORK — An intoxicated woman urinated on a New Freedom man’s couch Saturday night as he was waiting for police to arrive and remove her from his home, charging documents state.
Kimberly Ann Crosier-Crowley, 55, of the first block of John Randolph Drive, New Freedom, faces charges of trespass, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and loitering and prowling at night, documents state.
She was arraigned and released on $5,000 unsecured bail.
Southern Regional Police said that at 11:25 p.m., Jon Pizzurro, who lives nearby Crosier-Crowley on John Randolph Drive, called them to say she was intoxicated and would not leave his home.
“While waiting for police to arrive, the woman (Crosier-Crowley) then urinated on his couch in his living room,” documents state.
Police did not say why Crosier-Crowley was inside Pizzurro’s home. Neither Crosier-Crowley, nor Pizzurro, could be reached for comment Sunday.
When police arrived, Crosier-Crowley ran away. Police caught up to a stumbling, pants-less Crosier-Crowley and asked her how much she had had to drink, to which she answered, “nothing,” documents state.
As officers tried to handcuff her, she resisted, and said she wanted to go home. When they asked her name, she said, “I think my name is Kim Crowley,” documents state.
Officers said they could smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from Crosier-Crowley, documents state.
Police then talked with Crosier-Crowley’s husband, Jeff Crowley, who said his wife had been drinking alcohol inside their home and then walked outside.
Jeff Crowley let police inside their home, where they could see “many opened containers of beer ... throughout the kitchen,” documents state.
Police asked him if his wife had any medical conditions.
“He stated that she was just an alcoholic,” documents state.
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