Two parties were arrested following an altercation that sent both to the hospital, one with self-inflicted wounds, Lt. Diedrich Hohn said Thursday morning.
Officers were dispatched to an address in the 300 block of Glenbrook Rd. at approximately 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning for reports of a woman having been stabbed and run over, Hohn said.
Upon arrival, officers discovered Maricela Linares-Alvarado, 30, of Glenbrook Rd., at the scene with a small puncture wound to her chest and tire track marks on her right forearm, Hohn said.
A "Be On the Look Out" (BOLO) was issued for Pedro Antonio Menchu-Garcia, 27, of Culloden Rd., who was the party with whom Linares-Alvarado allegedly had gotten into a physical altercation that resulted in her injuries, according to Hohn.
Menchu-Garcia was stopped on Culloden Rd. and arrested a short time later in Stamford and it was discovered he had two small stab wounds to his rear shoulder and arm, Hohn said.
Hohn classified the incident as a "domestic situation" and said earlier in the evening Wednesday, Menchu-Garcia had visited Linares-Alvarado's residence, where they had gotten into a physical altercation before Menchu-Garcia left. He then returned later, where a fight again ensued.
It was in the middle of this argument that Hohn said Linares-Alvarado admitted to lifting her shirt and stabbing herself once in the chest. She then allegedly attacked Menchu-Garcia, stabbing him twice, Hohn said.
As Menchu-Garcia fled to his vehicle and began to back away from the home, Linares-Alvarado allegedly tried to enter the passenger's side door. Menchu-Garcia allegedly gunned the engine, causing Linares-Alvarado to fall to the ground, where she was then allegedly run over by Menchu-Garcia, Hohn said.
Both were taken to the hospital, where they were treated and released. However, during the visit to the hospital, Menchu-Garcia was allegedly found to be in possession of cocaine, Hohn said.
Linares-Alvarado was charged with second-degree assault, carrying a dangerous weapon and second-degree hindering prosecution. She was held on a $10,000 bond.
Menchu-Garcia was charged with possession of narcotics, third-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment and breach of peace. He was held on a $5,000 bond.
Both were scheduled to appear in court Thursday.