Oxford Man Ordered Held for Assault on Law Enforcement

Martin Aguilar-LedesmaMartin Aguilar-Ledesma (Image via Oxford Borough Police Department)

OXFORD, PA — Martin Aguilar-Ledesma, aged 23 from Oxford, was ordered held on Aggravated Assault on Law Enforcement and 8 additional charges, by Magisterial District Court 15-3-05 on Tuesday, October 12, 2021. He has been transported to Chester County Prison.

Authorities state that on May 31, 2021, at 9:23 PM, police were dispatched to the intersection of Lincoln Street and Chase Street, in Oxord for a male standing in the middle of the roadway blocking traffic. The suspect was later identified as Martin Aguilar-Ledesma of Oxford. As police officers approached, Aguilar-Ledesma fled on foot to hide in a rear yard in the 400 block Lincoln Street. Once located, Aguilar-Ledesma was shouting “FBI” and ignored several lawful police commands. Police deployed a Tazer to subdue Aguilar-Ledesma after resisting arrest. Once in custody, Aguilar-Ledesma threatened 3 times, “you’re gonna die boy!” and then headbutted another police officer in the head. Aguilar-Ledesma was initially released on bail.

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