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Stamford Man Arrested for Allegedly Stabbing House Mate

Police said both the victim and suspect were very drunk.

A man was arrested for stabbing a housemate following an incident on Diaz Street early Sunday when the victim apparently woke the suspect, both of whom were intoxicated, police said Monday. 

The 34-year-old victim reportedly came out of his apartment covered in blood to meet arriving officers and told them he'd been stabbed. Officers entered the apartment to discover the suspect they identified as Jose Chinchilla-Godo, 35, of the Diaz St. address, sitting on the floor covered in blood, urine and vomit. Police described Chinchilla-Godo as being incredibly intoxicated and babbling.

According to a witness, the two were having an argument because the victim allegedly woke the suspect while it was very late. The witness told police a knife was never spotted during the physical altercation, but the victim did have wounds to his neck and back.

The victim was taken to Stamford Hospital for treatment.

Chinchilla-Godo was charged Sunday morning with second-degree assault and carrying a dangerous weapon.

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Stamford Arrests

Pablo J Argueta, 52, of Severance Dr., charged early Saturday with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and improper turning or stopping without a signal.

Joaquin Antonio Bonilla, 37, of Warren St., charged Monday morning with third-degree assault.

David F. Cleckosky, 29, of Canterbury Green, charged Saturday night with second-degree breach of peace.

William Alfred D' Andrea, 66, of Weaver St. in Greenwich, charged Friday on an extradition arrest warrant.

Dominique Robert Dunn, 21, of Bedell Blvd. in Springfield Gardens, NY, charged Sunday morning with sixth-degree larceny.

Dominique Guirand, 42, of Anson St. in Bridgeport, charged early Monday with violation of a protective order and criminal attempt of second-degree burglary.

Eddie Hammett, 48, of Lawn Ave., charged early Monday with obtaining drugs illegally and improper turning or stopping without a signal.

Jovanny Hernandez, 19, of Alden St., charged Saturday evening with fifth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit fifth-degree larceny.

Nahum Arturo Herrera, 21, of Garden St., charged Sunday night with violation of a protective order.

Bianca Ronchelle Lane, 24, of Lenox Ave. in Bridgeport, first-degree failure to appear, second-degree failure to appear and violation of probation.

Jose Oviedo, 34, of Woodline St. in Houston, TX, charged early Saturday with possession of narcotics.

Yesenia Pineda, 20, of Alden St., charged early Saturday with creating a public disturbance.

Marvin Orlai Polanco-Salazar, 23, of Stillwater Ave., charged Saturday night with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and operating a mtoor vehicle without a license.

Erik Eugene Preyer, 21, of Wilson St., charged Monday morning with third-degree assault, risk of injury to a child and third-degree criminal mischief.

Juventine Ramirez, 40, of Granseno Dr. in Hidalgo, TX, charged early Saturday with possession of narcotics and interfering with an officer/resisting.

Awildo Rivera, 52, of Quintard Ter., charged Friday night with possession of narcotics and improper turning or stopping without a signal.

Yazmin Rodriquez-Vazquez, 27, of Granite St. in Brooklyn, NY, charged Friday morning with first-degree criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, second-degree strangulation, second-degree breach of peace, second-degree threatening, two counts third-degree assault and two-counts risk of injury to a child.

Chevon Danielle Waynes, 29, of Astoria Blvd. in Long Island City, NY, charged Monday morning with conspiracy to commit third-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit third-degree identity theft.

Kevin Wilson, 41, of S. Pacific St., charged Saturday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny and second-degree failure to appear.

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