Authorities responding to a call of a domestic disturbance Sunday evening ended up arresting both parties after the male was allegedly stabbed by the female, police said Monday.
Oleh Rudenko, 30, of the first block of Harbor St., reportedly invited his ex-girlfriend, Diana Shur, 33, of Custer St., to come over to his place to discuss their recent break up, according to police.
Authorities said Shur alleged Rudenko hit her, refused to let her leave and threatened to go get a gun, at which point Shur alleged to have used a knife to defend herself, cutting Rudenko on the left forearm.
Rudenko only said that at some point during the discussion, he was stabbed by Shur.
Rudenko faces charges of third-degree assault and disorderly conduct. Shur was charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct and carrying a dangerous weapon. Both were due in court Monday.
A 29-year-old Fairfield Ave. woman was charged Sunday morning with four counts of risking injury to a child after she reportedly left four children home alone for more than eight hours, police reported Monday.
Sindy Cameros-Perez allegedly left the children home for longer than eight hours. Someone notified authorities, who responded to the home Saturday night to find four children between the ages of 7 and 17 years old who'd been left alone.
Officers allegedly sat with the children for eight hours until Cameros-Perez returned home, at which point she was arrested and the children in her care were reliquished to the Department of Children and Families. Police could not immediately confirm all four children belonged to Cameros-Perez.
Miguel Angel Rivas, 41, of Hoyclo Rd., was charged Sunday night with three counts of violation of probation.
Alvaro Bonilla Zepeda, 39, of West Ave., was charged Sunday evening with evading responsibility while causing property damage or injury and illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.