A man said a woman hit him in the head with a beer bottle Monday evening on Carver Street, but she claimed it was in self defense after the man pulled out a knife.
The man called police and told a responding officer that he and the woman were on Carver Street when she asked him for money. He refused and she hit him in the head with a beer bottle, he claimed. He refused treatment from responding medics.
When the officer said he was going to speak with the woman, he reported that the man became irate and mentioned that “he didn’t have a knife,” according to a report. He then told the officer that the woman would claim he pulled a knife on her, but he denied it happened.
When the officer spoke to the woman, she allegedly said that the pair were arguing over alcohol when he started calling her names and she slapped him in the face. The man then pulled out a pocket knife and threatened to stab her, she claimed.
The woman’s arm was in a sling, and she had a beer bottle in her free arm, she told police, which hit the man as she swung her arm to get him away. He then left.
A witness said the man pulled out the knife and threatened the woman, but he thought they were “just joking around,” according to the report.
Warrant procedures were explained to the pair on simple battery for the man allegedly being struck by the beer bottle and simple assault for the woman allegedly being threatened with a knife.
Fight allegedly leads to head hit on windshield
A woman said she got into an argument with her boyfriend Monday evening inside a vehicle when he slammed on the brakes, causing her to hit her head on the windshield. The boyfriend then allegedly complained that she almost broke the windshield, and hit her in the face, she said.
The woman had swelling on her face, the reporting officer noted, and she was unsure whether she would press charges. The officer was unable to get in touch with the boyfriend and said the case was pending on whether the woman decided to seek charges.
Woman allegedly enters home, attacks sleeping resident
A woman said her neighbor’s girlfriend entered her residence in the 200 block of East Crovat Street on Monday morning and attacked her as she slept. The girlfriend found out the alleged victim had been texting her boyfriend, according to a report.
The resident was unsure how the woman entered her home, but woke up when the woman began hitting her, she told police. The resident fought back and said the woman then left. The resident said she then grabbed her clothes and went to a relative’s home.
The case was pending on locating and speaking with the alleged attacker, and the officer said there currently wasn’t enough probable cause for charges in the case.
Woman finds man peering in home
A resident of the 1000 block of Bridgewood Drive reported that she came home about 10 p.m. Monday and saw a man crouched outside a window of her home, peering inside. The man ran when he saw her, and she said her daughter was home, but didn’t realize someone was outside.
Police checked the area, but didn’t find the man.
A resident of Mallard Lake Apartments at 110 Old Airport Road said a vandal scratched the paint on the hood, doors and trunk of her 2007 Toyota Camry while it was parked at the complex Sunday evening or early Monday morning. Damage was estimated as more than $500.
A teen reported that his phone, a black HTC Desire valued at $150, went missing after he left it in a friend’s car Saturday.
• A man reported that someone took a 9mm pistol valued at $200 from his car while it was parked in the 200 block of East Render Street early Saturday morning. He told police he may have left the doors unlocked.
• A burglar entered a home in the 300 block of Hudson Street on Monday and stole a 32-inch Vizio TV and .38 snubnose pistol of undetermined value, according to the resident. An officer noted someone had gone through the closets and flipped the mattresses in the home.