Man Wanted by Chambersburg Police for Allegedly Slamming Infant into Crib

On June 11, an incident in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, has led to charges against James William Glogouski, a 31-year-old resident of Simpsonville, South Carolina. Authorities are actively seeking Glogouski, who is facing charges related to child endangerment.

According to reports from the Chambersburg Police Department, Glogouski stands accused of endangering the welfare of a child and recklessly endangering another person. The allegations state that he forcefully grabbed his infant child by the shirt and slammed the child into the crib, posing a risk of serious injury to the child.

Law enforcement has launched efforts to locate and apprehend Glogouski, who is described as 6’3″ tall, weighing 180 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. Those with information regarding his whereabouts are encouraged to contact the Chambersburg Police Department at 717-264-4131 or provide a tip on Crime Watch.

This incident highlights the significance of safeguarding the welfare of children within our communities and emphasizes the need for prompt and thorough actions when such incidents occur to ensure the well-being of young individuals.

As the search for James William Glogouski continues, the community and law enforcement remain committed to resolving this matter impartially in the case of alleged child endangerment.

James William Glogouski, like all individuals accused of a crime, is presumed innocent until proven guilty.


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Born on September 8, 1967 in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Amy was a daughter of the late Jack Lester and Betty Louise Shaffer Miller.

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