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Couple Busted In Holmesburg For Violent Road Rage Attack In Jenkintown



Jenkintown Police

by Alex Lloyd Gross

A violent attack on a female by a male and female on December 16 in Jenkintown, at old York and Rydal Road.  The attack was over road rage. Instead of driving away,  the couple approach the car and firth the female beats the driver of the car as her male accomplice stands and watches. He does nothing to stop it, and in fact joins in, delivering kicks to her head, helping to render the victim unconscious.  They then drive away from the scene.  The entire attack was caught on video..  The couple thought they got away with it. After all it’s been over a week since the assault and Jenkintown is a small town with not much crime.

 

They were wrong.  police from Montgomery County and Philadelphia converged 0on their residence early today, Dec 22 2021 and arrested both of them. The arrest came without warning, as their door  to an apartment on the 8200 block of Frankford Ave.  was bashed in and they were cuffed then stuffed into waiting police vehicles.  Arrested were September Wingfeld, 25 and Charles Woodson, 27,.   They were charged with aggravated assault and related offenses and tossed into the Montgomery County Prison under $50,000 cash bail.

 

The Montgomery County Prison has been called one of the most brutal in Pennsylvania, with mold infested in common areas and cells.  Each prisoner is given a tablet from which to order and guards routinely take money out of inmates accounts due to infractions.  The prison has been the subject of many lawsuits.

The victim was hurt badly but is expected to survive. You can see the smug boldness on the face of  Wingfeld, as she does not seem to care.  Woodsen on the other hand looks terrified because he knows that his life is about to change for the worse. The relationship between the two defendants  was not disclosed.


Alex Lloyd Gross
Alex Lloyd Gross has the reputation for aggressive news coverage. With over 40 years experience including working at The News Gleaner, and had his work published in books and magazines that span the entire globe. With a strong background in emergency service related topics, he can bring forth a perspective that others cannot.
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