On Saturday, March 7, 2020 at about 0024 hours, Officer Andrew Long was dispatched to the 1st block of Rapho Street, Washington Boro for a group of people that were trespassing and starting a fight. While going to the location, the Officer learned that the people involved had fled in a black Mitsubishi Outlander. When the Officer arrived at the location of the incident, he spoke with the victims and they explained that they had been assaulted by trespassers. The Officer observed that one of the victims had redness and a laceration on his forehead as well as lacerations on his right knee that were bleeding. He was also complaining of pain to his ribs and temple as well. The other victim sustained scratches, redness, and swelling to the back of her neck. The victims reported that a threatening phone call was received at 2345 hours telling the victim to stop disrespecting Kim Consoli, 51, Elizabethtown. The male victim stated he knew Consoli because he used to work at her holistic shop. The victim then explained that about a half hour after the call he heard pounding on the door. The peep hole was covered up and he answered the door. He observed Consoli, Susan Darlington, 32, Elizabethtown, Ernest Martin, 49, Elizabethtown, and another unknown male later identified as Matthew Wohlfeil, 35, Manheim. The male victim told the group to leave because they were not welcome. The male victim stated that Martin grabbed him by the sweatshirt collar and yanked him to the ground, landing on the front porch. He said that Martin and Wohlfeil began to repeatedly punch and kick him while he laid on the ground and tried to protect himself. The female victim stated that Consoli and Darlington pushed their way through the front door and attacked her inside the foyer by striking the back of her head and neck. Another member of the house heard the commotion and told them he was going to get his gun. The group then fled the scene. The Officer conducted a thorough investigation and as a result of the investigation, he charged Consoli with burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, simple assault, and harassment. A warrant was obtained and on March 12th and she was picked up and arraigned on March 13th at the Lancaster County Prison Central Booking. Her bail was set at $30,000 cash and she was able to post bail.