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Trucker tries to end warehouse parking lot brawl by throwing girlfriend’s shoe


A Florida woman wearing just one shoe was arrested on Tuesday at a Pennsylvania warehouse loading dock after an argument between herself and her truck driver boyfriend turned physical.

Forty-three year old Stacey Stringfellow was arrested by officers from the Northern York County Regional Police on Tuesday and charged with strangulation and harassment following an incident at a distribution center in Conewago Township, Pennsylvania.

Police were called to the scene of a disturbance at a warehouse at 4875 Susquehanna Trail North around 11:30 p.m. When officers arrived, they found Stringfellow standing on the loading dock wearing just one shoe while yelling about her boyfriend, truck driver Nathaniel Huger, attacking her.

She Said, He Said, She Said

According to documents related to the arrest, Stringfellow told police that as she and Huger had driven from Florida to Pennsylvania, she had gone through his email and discovered evidence that he was cheating on her. She told police that she had confronted Huger about the cheating in the warehouse parking lot and that during the altercation that ensued, Huger had bitten her on the wrist. Stringfellow told police that she just wanted to get back her psych medications, which she said were in Huber’s custody.

Stringfellow also sustained a wound to her head during the altercation.

Huger told police a different version of the story. He said that after Stringfellow confronted him about cheating, an argument took place. Huger said that during the argument, Stringfellow left the passenger seat of the truck and came behind the driver’s seat and started to choke him with her right arm.

Reportedly unable to breathe, Huger said that he used his teeth on Stringfellow’s arm to try to make her let him out of the chokehold.

Stringfellow told police that she had not choked Huber but instead hugged him to try to calm him.

It was then that Huger allegedly decided that the best way to end the altercation was to throw one of Stringfellow’s shoes. From police documents: “He was able to get free and threw one of her shoes outside of the truck so she would go retrieve it. Huger advised she did get out of the truck at which point he drove away as he feared for his safety and what Stringfellow might do next.

As of today, Stringfellow was still being held in the York County Prison on a $20,000 bond.

Huger was not charged.


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