SAN ANTONIO – A girl has been arrested after she allegedly minimize a person from his neck to his chest inside his Windcrest residence, inflicting him to be hospitalized, in line with police.
Nicole Lynn Polivchak, 52, has been charged with aggravated assault inflicting severe bodily harm following the incident on Saturday, in line with reserving data with the Bexar County Jail.
An arrest affidavit states the home-owner returned to his Windcrest residence round 6:30 p.m. to seek out his inside lights on, “which was unusual.”
He went to his bed room and located his belongings in disarray, the affidavit states, after which he went to verify on his daughter’s room.
There, police stated, he discovered Polivchak asleep.
Investigators don’t point out how she gained entry, however did state Polivchak is a good friend to the person’s ex-girlfriend.
The affidavit states the person then left his residence to money a verify and to “keep away from a confrontation” with Polivchak.
He returned residence and started taking part in loud music in his bed room, the affidavit states. He then heard glass breaking, turned down the music and yelled at Polivchak to go away, in line with investigators.
He confronted the lady after he heard extra glass breaking.
The affidavit states he instructed Polivchak that he was going to name the police, which induced her “to change into enraged.”
Polivchak allegedly slashed the person from his decrease neck to the middle of his chest, probably with a chunk of damaged glass, police stated.
The person grabbed a brush deal with and instructed the lady to go away. The affidavit states Polivchak left the home and waited by the storage “for her trip.”
The stabbing sufferer left his home to get assist from a close-by fireplace division. When he was unable to get assist, he returned residence and had an Uber take him to a hospital.
Police stated he acquired six stitches every in his neck space and chest.
Information present Polivchak was arrested Sunday and her bond was set at $50,000. A cost of aggravated assault leading to severe bodily harm is a second-degree felony.
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