Pennsylvania man threw butcher knives at girlfriend: Police 01/20/2020 11:14 am PST Comments WPMT / Cumberland County By Natalie Vitelli, WPMT CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. (WPMT) -- A man is facing charges for throwing butcher knives at his girlfriend during a domestic dispute in Newville Borough. Kevin Byler, 42, is facing charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, reckless endangerment, and harassment for the January 3 incident. Authorities say the victim awoke to her boyfriend screaming and shaking her. The victim also reported that Byler grabbed butcher knives from the kitchen and threw the knives directly at her. After several interviews, Newville Police arrested Byler on January 15. MORE: Man facing charges after throwing butcher knives at his girlfriend - WPMT #Assault #DomesticViolence #Harassment #Pennsylvania #Philadelphia #RecklessEndangerment #WPMT Related Stories Pennsylvania 911 dispatcher arrested on child-pornography charges Pennsylvania man charged with murdering girlfriend's toddler son Woman allegedly beat man who tried to kiss her daughter Man charged with manufacturing child porn, recording hospital patients Police investigating after someone released bed bugs in a Walmart Teacher fired after arrest for 'upskirt' pics of female students Pennsylvania police investigate online video of vaping 2-year-old Video reportedly shows man throwing dog in street, abandoning it Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.