Crime Briefs In­tox­i­cated woman stabs boyfriend with meat fork

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By Am­ber Pittman him with the fork in the back and face.

Both McFar­lin and Jeff were charged with dis­or­derly con­duct un­der the Fam­ily Vi­o­lence Act and Jeff was ad­di­tion­ally charged with ag­gra­vated as­sault. re­fused to fol­low com­mands and re­port­edly cursed at the deputy time and again, re­port­edly urg­ing him at one point to hit him in the head.

Hol­land was once again struck in the leg with the ba­ton, knock­ing him to his hands and knees but still he re­fused to lie on the ground, ac­cord­ing to re­ports. The deputy re­port­edly pushed Hol­land into a prone po­si­tion and hand­cuffed him de­spite sev­eral al­leged at­tempts by Hol­land to free his hands from the deputy’s grasp.

EMS was called to eval­u­ate Hol­land af­ter he was se­cured in a pa­trol car, and he re­port­edly be­came bel­liger­ent and at­tempted to spit on med­i­cal per­son­nel as they tried to help him, ac­cord­ing to re­ports.

When deputies spoke with the home­owner, she al­legedly told them she had been awo­ken by what sounded like glass be­ing thrown against the front door. She re­port­edly got out of the bed to in­ves­ti­gate, and when she en­tered the area of her home where the front door is lo­cated, the door was re­port­edly forced open vi­o­lently.

The woman al­legedly told deputies that the man kicked in the door and screamed “I’m go­ing to kill you.” Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, the woman told deputies she was in fear for her life and reached for a can of pep­per spray, spray­ing it in the gen­eral area of the man’s face.

Deputies al­legedly found the front door of the res­i­dence had been kicked in and there was a shoe print on the out­side of the door near the lower left side. The wooden jam was bro­ken off the wall where the dead­bolt was en­gaged and deputies no­ticed a shat­tered glass beer bot­tle by the door, ac­cord­ing to re­ports.

Hol­land was al­legedly treated at New­ton Med­i­cal Cen­ter and trans­ported to the New­ton County De­ten­tion Cen­ter where he was charged with ter­ror­is­tic threats and acts, sim­ple as­sault, crim­i­nal tres­pass­ing, ob­struc­tion of of­fi­cers and pub­lic in­tox­i­ca­tion.

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