Police: Georgetown Woman Wanted In Assault & Robbery Of WWII Vet

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Updated: 1/10 4:26 pm
Police are looking for a Georgetown woman who they say assaulted and robbed a 90-year-old WWII vet.

Investigators say Amanda Pergram attacked Ralph Covington early Saturday morning at his home.

Pergram reportedly knows Covington.

Police say she stopped by his house around 3:00 am and asked for money.

Investigators say Pergram came back a few hours later and asked for more money.

When Covington said no, police say Pergram attacked him and beat him in the face until he was knocked unconscious.

Investigators say Covington's jaw was broken on both sides.

He also had a concussion and needed stitches.

Police say they also want to speak to Pergram's boyfriend, Noel McCaulley.
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