Desperation makes people do strange things. It makes regularly sane people act out in public and not care about consequences.
It makes you feel completely out of control. It makes you make huge false promises.
Basically, do your best not to be in a situation where you have to be desperate. That’s my sage advice. Take it.
Because, if you don’t, you’re going to end up ignoring a court order and pretending to be your own mom to try and get your wife back.
A Pen Argyl man accused of assaulting his wife last month allegedly continued to make contact with the woman despite a court order prohibiting such behavior.
Kristopher F. Lytle, 32, (FACEBOOK PROFILE) of the 200 block of Chestnut Street in the borough, assaulted Sarah Lytle on Sept. 20, court records say. He has since given up his right to a preliminary hearing, sending those charges to the county court level, court records indicate.
Among the conditions of his posting bail were that he avoid all contact with his wife, court papers say. Sarah Lytle had a temporary protection-from-abuse order granted by the court, according to police.
But during the next several days, court records allege that Lytle stopped over his wife’s home, drove by her residence and sent her text messages from his cellphone and his mother’s cellphone between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2.
Lytle allegedly impersonated his mother at one point, sending a text to his wife that suggested she forgive her husband. Lytle also allegedly waited for his wife near a bus stop, pacing and staring from a nearby intersection.
Sarah Lytle called police after an incident Oct. 2, when Lytle drove by her home beeping his horn, court papers say. She was advised to report her husband for violating a court order, court papers say.
When Sarah Lytle left the Northampton County courthouse in Easton after filing a complaint, Kristopher Lytle was allegedly waiting for her in the parking lot. He was charged and arraigned then with violating the court order and soon after posted 10 percent of his $5,000 bail. SOURCE: The Express-Times
Man that’s pretty low.
So, how’s Pen Argyl doing nowadays? Haven’t been up that way in awhile. Whenever I think of Pen Argyl I think of dirty snow. I know this isn’t a representative of Pen Argyl at large. But, the last time I drove through there I must have been behind a snowplow or something, or a salt truck. I’m not sure. It’s weird how one memory just sticks in your mind.
Other than that, Pen Argyl is a little wee gem snuggled up beneath the mountain.
This guy lives there, though. Boo.