HomeCrimeMan fights with Fullington employees, three severely injuredMan fights with Fullington employees, three severely injuredThu, March 5, 2020 by wcednewsSHARE NOW Sandy Township, PA – A man started a fight with employees at the Fullington Trailways station recently, leaving three people with injuries.Sandy Township Police say it happened on Monday when 29-year-old Archie Hagger called over a female employee, claiming to have something to show her on his phone. When she approached him, Hagger began striking her in the face.A male employee heard her screaming and attempted to push Hagger off her. Hagger turned his aggression toward to male employee then, knocking him to the ground and striking him in the face. A third employee came to the waiting area and tackled Hagger. After a struggle, they were able to pin Hagger to the ground until police arrived.All three victims were taken to Penn Highlands by ambulance with severe injuries. Hagger is being housed in the Clearfield County Jail on three charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, and harassment.Police do not say if they know why Hagger attacked the bus station employees. Read all of the recent Sandy Township Police reports.***March 2, 2020 Officers responded to Fullington Trailways upon receiving a report of a man assaulting employees, two of which were injured and on the ground. Witnesses reported 29-year-old Archie Hagger called a female employee over to him claiming to have something to show her on his phone. When she approached him, Hagger began striking her in the face. A male employee heard her screaming and attempted to push Hagger off her and was subsequently assaulted by Hagger who began striking him in the face and knocked him to the ground. At this point the third employee entered the waiting area and tackled Hagger and after a struggle was able to pin him down on the ground until police arrived. Officers were able to take Hagger into custody without incident.All three victims were transported to Penn Highlands by EMS with severe injuries. Hagger was transported by police to the ER to be medically cleared prior to being transported to CCJ where he is currently housed. Hagger has been charged with three counts of Aggravated Assault, three counts of Simple Assault, three counts of Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact, and one count of Disorderly Conduct Engage in Fighting. A manager reported that the 32-year-old estranged husband of one of their employees had been trespassing at the business. The man was gone prior to officers arrival. A tractor trailer hit another tractor trailer in the Pilot parking lot. March 3, 2020A Sher De Lin Road resident reported a younger unknown male had been seen prowling around his garage in the early morning hours. He said this happened twice with in the last couple weeks. A 79-year-old E. DuBois Avenue man reported a suspicious male was looking into his house, then got into blue utility van and drove away. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the man or the van.