Man Arrested For Allegedly Throwing Coffee On Conway Gas Station Employee

by Christian Mower on October 10, 2018

61-year-old Geffrey Sundgren of Lovell, Maine stands accused of assaulting a Conway gas station employee. ~ Photo Courtesy of Conway Police

A Lovell man was arrested after throwing coffee on a Gas Station employee. According to Conway Police, Officers were called to the Conway Irving Saturday night for a domestic dispute.

When the Officer arrived the victim said that a customer later identified as 61-year-old Geffrey Sundgren was upset that the gas station was out of creamer for his coffee. After a brief exchange of words with the male employee, Geoffrey Sundgren threw the hot coffee at him and left the establishment traveling northbound on Route 16.

The employee suffered burns to his neck and was treated on scene by Conway Ambulance, but was not transported to the hospital.

Sundgren was arrested and taken into custody a short time late and charged with simple Assault. The charge holds a maximum penalty of a $2000.00 fine and up to one year in jail.

Police said that Sundgren has a prior conviction of simple assault from 2015.