ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) – An Elizabethtown man charged after he broke into his girlfriend’s home and beat her is facing additional charges, authorities said.
Prosecutors described Devin Harmon as “potentially extremely dangerous” when requesting that his bail get increased to $750,000, which Judge Donald Totaro ordered.
Harmon’s new charges include felony aggravated assault, felony sex assault, stalking, intimidation of a witness and retaliation against a witness, and felony drug-dealing.
Authorities say Harmon went to his girlfriend’s home on three separate times on Nov. 18 and committed a “very violent” set of crimes.
Harmon was initially charged with burglary, criminal trespass, and misdemeanor assault.