Police Look for Susquehanna Man in a Ramming Incident
A Susquehanna, Pennsylvania man is accused of ramming a woman’s vehicle, sending her into a guard rail, getting out of his Jeep and physically assaulting her before fleeing.
Pennsylvania State Police say the incident started at around 6:30 a.m. April 25 when 35 year old Kevin Bryden began following the 25 year old woman on New York Avenue in Great Bend Township and rammed her vehicle several times.
Authorities say after allegedly assaulting the woman, he fled south but was later spotted on Blanchard Avenue in Binghamton at around 12:42 p.m. Bryden reportedly led Police on a chase at 85 miles an hour before the pursuit was called off. He was also said to have been seen traveling on Route 7 after the chase.
An arrest warrant has been issued for aggravated assault.
Bryden was driving a black Jeep Grand Cherokee with a temporary Pennsylvania registration and possible damage to the front, passenger side and rear of the vehicle.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police in Gibson at (570) 465-3153.