Police say the woman told troopers she was attacked by her boyfriend, who she said had smashed her phone during an argument.

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — A woman’s hand-scrawled “Call 911” sign in the window of a Pennsylvania home led to the arrest of her boyfriend.

State troopers said they found a “visibly distraught” woman after someone who saw the sign called state police to the Westmoreland County home over the weekend.

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According to court documents, the woman told troopers she was attacked by her boyfriend, James Vickers, 45, who she said had smashed her phone during an argument. The woman told troopers she feared for her life.

The woman managed to put up the “Call 911” sign to draw attention.

Vickers had a folding knife clipped to a pocket and resisted arrest, troopers said.

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Vickers was ordered held in the county jail on $25,000 bond.

He was charged with reckless endangerment, resisting arrest, simple assault, strangulation, disorderly conduct, harassment and several drug possession counts.

Court documents did not show an attorney listed to represent him.

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