A Dover Township woman rammed her boyfriend's vehicle Saturday after arguing with him over a tax refund they were supposed to split, court documents state.

Northern York County Regional Police charged Abigael C. Hebenstreit, 28, of the 3700 block of Tiffany Drive, with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of children, recklessly endangering another person and terroristic threats.

She was arraigned at Central Booking and released after posting $5,000 bail, according to charging documents.

Police said they responded at 3:47 p.m. to a parking lot in the 3700 block of Davidsburg Road. Iyon Valenti told police his girlfriend of three years, Hebenstreit, began arguing about one of his children at her home earlier that day.

Valenti said he decided to leave with his child to avoid conflict, and while leaving, Hebenstreit accused him of taking her wallet.

Valenti said he checked for her wallet and found it mixed up with his belongings. He placed it under the door mat at Hebenstreit's home and left.

Valenti drove away, but on Tower Drive, Hebenstreit cut him off, preventing him from making a left turn onto Davidsburg Road.

When Valenti pulled into a parking lot, Hebenstreit pulled in front of him, got out of her vehicle, and tried to get into his vehicle, court documents state.

When she found the door was locked, she began punching and kicking the front passenger side door of his vehicle and threatened to run him over and kill him, court documents state.

Hebenstreit then got back into her vehicle, with its front end pointing toward the rear passenger-side door, where Valenti's child was seated. Hebenstreit drove toward Valenti's vehicle several times before she finally struck the rear passenger door with her vehicle, court documents state.

Court documents did not indicate if Valenti's child was injured.

Police later arrested Hebenstreit, and she told them the argument was over the tax refund and that she followed Valenti because she wanted her wallet back.

"Hebenstreit advised that she overreacted and that she was not thinking when she struck his vehicle," court documents state.

 

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