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Tamaqua woman jailed for assault – Times News Online

Published on June 07, 2022 at 2:45 p.m.

A Tamaqua woman who refused to leave the Bungalow public pool for insisting on playing loud, vulgar music and then injuring a police officer is back in jail on $25,000 cash bail.

Stephanie E. Crute, 37, of Cherry Street, was charged by Borough Police Officer Andrew J. Seip with aggravated assault, resisting arrest and common assault on July 23, 2021.

A warrant for her arrest had been issued for her on November 9, 2021, after she failed to appear for a court date.

Schuylkill County Judge Charles M. Miller overturned the warrant and reinstated bail at $25,000 cash percentage.

He ordered Crute, if she had to post bail, to stay at her address in Tamaqua and not move from there without first notifying her attorney, the clerk of the courts, and the district attorney’s office; not possess or consume alcoholic beverages or controlled substances; stay out of bars; report to a status conference at 1:30 p.m. on July 21; pay a $50 bench warrant fee; appear for all future court dates and not commit crimes.

Police say they were called to the pool this afternoon because Crute and her two daughters refused to leave after being asked to do so.

The women were loudly playing Cardi B’s song “WAP,” which contains vulgar language graphically describing various sexual acts.

The police told the three to leave. They refused and Crute pushed an officer. When the police handcuffed her, she beat them and other people.

One of Crute’s 11-year-old daughters also began hitting one of the officers as he handcuffed the mother.

Crute also kicked the officer as he placed her in the cruiser. One officer had to go to hospital due to his injuries.