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SAEGERTOWN, Pa. -- Authorities say a Pennsylvania man rammed his house with a semitrailer during a fight with his roommate and tried to run down police called to the scene.
State police say 20-year-old James H. Rosenberg injured no one Thursday.
Authorities say Rosenberg rammed a pickup into a garage door, then drove the semi through the door and hit a car. That vehicle hit a stove that crashed through a wall into the living room.
Police say Rosenberg then drove the semi into a camper before trying to run down two officers called to the scene.
Rosenberg is charged with assault, reckless endangerment and terroristic threats. Jail officials didn't know whether he had an attorney.
Authorities don't know what started the argument.