We just updated our section on misdemeanor crimes in Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Municipal Court to include a discussion of Recklessly Endangering Another Person. Recklessly Endangering Another Person, often referred to as REAP, is commonly charged along with Simple Assault and Aggravated Assault. Prosecutors typically bring this charge whenever the defendant is alleged to have been involved in any kind of fight or assault. However, there may be defenses to a Reckless Endangerment charge. Click here to learn more.