Two men have been charged after a dispute over a parking space at a supermarket in Connecticut turned violent.
It happened on Saturday, Sept. 14 at about 9:15 a.m. at a Stop & Shop in Ansonia on Division Street.
Ansonia Police Department officers, who responded to a report of a dispute involving weapons, located and identified Kamrin Crawford, 43, of Ansonia and Woodrow Ogman, 33, also of Ansonia as the people involved in the dispute over the parking spot.
During the argument, both Crawford and Ogman damaged each other’s cars, and there was a 14-year-old juvenile in Ogman’s car while Crawford damaged it, according to police.
Ogman reported Crawford was armed with a hammer and metal pole, which he used to damage Ogman’s car and assault Ogman.
Ogman suffered a possible broken hand, a laceration to his arm and an injury to his torso, according to police.
Kamrin Crawford was charged with assault, risk of injury, criminal mischief and breach of peace. Crawford was released on a $5,000 bond with a court date of Monday, Sept. 30.
Woodrow Ogman was charged with criminal mischief, breach of peace and operating without a license. He was released on a $2,500 bond with a court date of Sept. 30. Ogman's photo was not available for posting, police said.
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