Windham Township Resident Drilled by Alleged Home Invader
New York State Police say a Tioga County man who was wanted in Pennsylvania on attempted homicide charges has been apprehended and was sent back to the Keystone State.
32-year-old Aaron Collins of Nichols was arrested July 27 following a brief foot pursuit on Prospect Hill Road in the Town of Barton.
Police say Collins allegedly tied up two people in Bradford County the day before and threatened to shoot them.
According to the criminal complaint filed in Pennsylvania, Collins reportedly used a cordless power drill on the leg of one of the victims while accusing the victims of child trafficking before stealing money in the home invasion in Windham Township.
New York State Police and Tioga County Sheriff’s officials located Collins and took him into custody. Troopers say he waived extradition.
He’s being charged with attempted criminal homicide, burglary, assault, theft, trespass, illegal possession of a firearm, receiving stolen property, terroristic threats, unlawful restraint and reckless endangerment.