Charges filed in Cumberland bar fight

  • June 2, 2014
John Frederick Jordan Jr.

CARMICHAELS – A Jefferson man was charged with aggravated assault following a fight Sunday at a Cumberland Township bar that sent one person to a Pittsburgh hospital.

Police said John Frederick Jordan Jr., 35, of 111 Fairview Ave., allegedly struck seveal people during an incident at Boondocks Bar along Route 21 in Carmichaels.

Taken by medical helicopter to Allegheny General Hospial was Chad Michael Jordan, who was found unconscious in a fenced in area behind the bar. Police said Chad Jordan had a large laceration on the back of his head.

According to a criminal complaint filed before Greene County Magisterial District Judge Lee Watson, witnesses said Autumn D’Eletto, a nurse who was in the bar, was giving aid to another patron who had fallen into a speaker and cut her nose when Jordan allegedly struck her on the head three times. During quwstioning by police, D’Eletto suffered a seizure.

Jordan also faces three counts of simple assault, one count of recklessly endangering another person, one count of disorderly conduct, three counts of harassment subject to physical contact and public drunkenness.

Bail in the matter was set for $25,000. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. June 11.


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