Alyssa Gayewski says it all happened so quickly and that she feared she would be killed. Just before 7 pm on Tuesday August 6th a man jumped into her SUV as she pulled int her driveway at her home on Cook Street in Ashley. The man was later identified as 24 year old William Hargett of Hanover Township. Gayewski said, "I thought this is it I am going to be killed. He probably has a gun or a knife. I thought is he going to take me somewhere and kill me? I started screaming at him and he jumped out." The incident was caught on security cameras installed at the Gayewski home. Hargett was picked up and charged by Ashley Police several blocks from the home. Gayewski said Hargett kept saying the world was crashing. He is charged with trespass, disorderly conduct as well as drug counts. Gayewski said she wants more serious charges filed against Hargett. She added, "He has no right to jump into my vehicle and make me live in fear." Ashley Police Chief John Bell said, "We will have the charges reviewed by the District Attorney's Office to ensure that the most serious charges are filed." Gayewski also said the incident is a prime example why Ashley needs more police officers and not less. She added, "The borough council is talking about cutting hours we need more cops who work more hours not less."
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