During a domestic dispute Saturday afternoon, a Dover Township woman rammed her SUV into a car that had a man and a child in it, police allege.

Abigael C Hebenstreit, 28, of 3707 Tiffany Drive, Apt. A, is charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child, reckless endangerment and terroristic threats, according to her charging documents.

She is free on $5,000 bail.

Northern York County Regional Police said officers responded to a parking lot in the 3700 block of Davidsburg Road a little before 4 p.m. Iyon Valenti told officers that Hebenstreit had used her SUV to ram his car, documents state.

He told officers that he had stayed at Hebenstreit's home the night before so he could see his children. Hebenstreit and Valenti got into an argument over one of his children, and Valenti packed his things and put the child in a car seat in his 2012 Chrysler 300.

As Valenti was leaving the apartment, Hebenstreit accused him of having her wallet. After going through his things, Valenti found the wallet he said he packed by mistake and put it under the door mat of her apartment and left, documents state.

Ram: Valenti drove away but Hebenstreit cut him off with her 2005 Chrysler Pacifica, preventing him from making a left onto Davidsburg Road so he turned right.

Hebenstreit followed Valenti as he pulled off Davidsburg Road and into a parking lot. She then got out of the SUV and yelled, threatening to run over and kill Valenti, as she kicked and punched the front passenger door after, documents state.


Hebenstreit got back into her SUV and continually drove it toward the car and would then back up. She finally hit the rear passenger side of the car where the child was seated and then drove away, documents state.

Neither Valenti nor the child was injured, documents state.

Police arrested Hebenstreit at her apartment at 4:45 p.m. She told officers that she and Valenti got into an argument over a tax return and that she followed him because she wanted her wallet back, documents state.

She also admitted to hitting Valenti's car despite knowing that the child was in the back. Hebenstreit said she "overreacted and that she was not thinking," documents state.

- Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.