Last updated: November 11. 2013 10:44AM - 4075 Views
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YORK — A fight between four people in Lower Chanceford Township — two of whom allegedly were spotlighting deer — ended with one of the alleged deer-spotters being hit in the head with a wrench, state police said.

Names have not yet been released because troopers are still investigating, police said.

A 34-year-old Delta man was treated at York Hospital for a cut on his head caused by a metal lug wrench, state police said.

According to police, the man and a 31-year-old Delta woman were in a vehicle and spotlighting deer near the 200 block of Telegraph Road about 7:40 p.m. Tuesday when they were confronted by a man and a woman who live nearby.

An argument ensued, at which point the 34-year-old Delta man began pushing the two people who live in the area, police said. That’s when the male neighbor hit him in the head, police said.

The two women also began fighting, police said.

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