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Lancaster couple charged after disturbance in Mechanicsburg

Cassandra Ortiz and Harvey Segarra are accused of causing an altercation after arguing with victims on social media, Upper Allen Township Police say.

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — A Lancaster County couple is in custody in Cumberland County after an altercation last week.

Cassandra L. Ortiz, 25, and Harvey Segarra, 32, both of the 400 block of Beaver Street, were arrested Thursday at their home, according to Upper Allen Township Police.

They are charged with causing a disturbance at a home on the 900 block of Sheffield Avenue in Mechanicsburg on Friday, June 10, police say.

According to police, they allegedly drove to the apartment to confront the victims over an argument they were having on social media.

During the riots, Segarra allegedly got into a physical fight with one of the victims, police say. After the fight ended, he went to his vehicle, got a pistol and, according to police, threatened the victims with it.

Segarra and Ortiz then left the scene before officers arrived, police say.

During the investigation, police determined that Segarra is barred from possessing a firearm.

According to police, both suspects are accused of not owning a firearm, recklessly endangering another person, making terrorist threats, simple bodily harm and disorderly conduct.

Both were charged and sent to the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $75,000 bail.

A preliminary hearing will take place at a later date.

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