York woman pleads guilty to attempted assault of pregnant woman and false imprisonment

YORK – Allisa Hawkman, 33, of York, has pleaded guilty to charges of attempted assault of a pregnant woman, a Class 4 felony and false imprisonment, a Class 3A felony.

She changed her plea in York County District Court this past week.

She and her brother, Lydell R. Black Spotted Horse, 36, also of York, were charged in this particular case.

This case began when the York Police Department was dispatched to a York residence in the middle of the night, regarding the report of an assault.

The female victim told officers Spotted Horse and Hawkman punched and kicked her, “inhibiting her ability to escape the assault with her children.”

At some point, the pregnant victim was able to gather her 5-year-old and 11-month-old children and she attempted to leave, but was “unable to do so as the two continued their assault on her,” according to court documents. It was alleged the victim was holding the 11-month-old child during that assault and Spotted Horse punched the baby in the head.

The victim was eventually able to leave the residence and called the police.

Officers went to the residence and spoke with Hawkman, who denied Spotted Horse was there but after she was taken into custody, he was found in the kitchen, with visible injuries to his face.

The Class 3A felony carries a possible maximum sentence of three years in prison with 18 months of post-release supervision. A Class 4 felony carries a possible maximum sentence of two years in prison with 12 months of post-release supervision.

Sentencing has been set for April 22.


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