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Towamencin Man 'Stomped' on Woman's Foot in Fight: Police

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A Towamencin Township man is charged with simple assault and harassment after he allegedly stomped on a woman's foot during an argument at Main Street Apartments, police said.

Frank James Isaac, 38, of the 1100 block of West Main Street, was arraigned Monday before District Judge Maurice Saylor, who set bail at 10 percent of $10,000, police said. Isaac was taken to Montgomery County prison in lieu of bail.

At 9:10 a.m. Monday, officers responded to the apartment complex for a report of a domestic dispute in progress.

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Police said Isaac and the alleged victim reside together in an apartment in the complex's "G" building.

Once inside the apartment, officers found the alleged victim upset, crying and shaking, police said. Officers asked her if she was injured in a fight with Isaac, and she answered that Isaac had just stomped her left foot, causing bruising, swelling and pain, police said.

An investigation revealed Isaac and the alleged victim were arguing over personal property, and they each allegedly began pushing the other, police said. As the fight escalated, Isaac allegedly stomped her foot, police said. The alleged victim pushed and shoved Isaac several times to free herself, police said.

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