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Pair Arrested After Domestic Dispute

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HARRINGTON, Del.— Harrington police say two people were arrested Thursday following a domestic dispute.

Ashley Lefevre, 27, and Curtis R. Kuhn, 25, both of Harrington, were reportedly involved in an argument that turned physical at the 200 block of East Center Street, according to police.

Police said Kuhn assaulted Lefevre, causing minor injuries.

Police said that after investigation, Lefevre was found to be restricted from contacting Kuhn due to a protection of abuse order.

Lefevre was also found of leaving a 1-year-old child in her vehicle during the altercation after driving in a reckless manner to the home, investigators said.

Both parties were arrested and processed by the Harrington Police Department.

Kuhn was charged with one count of offensive touching. Lefevre was charged with breach of release and endangering welfare of a child.

Police said the two were arraigned and released on unsecured bonds.

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