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23-year-old man arrested for stabbing girlfriend in Riverside


Saturday, April 19th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.
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A woman clutched her two year old child and her leg dangled out of her boyfriend's car as she was stabbed in an attack witnessed by police, officers said today.

Two police officers came upon the assault at University Avenue and Mulberry Street Friday morning and rushed to the woman and child's aid, Riverside police announced today.

They saw a scuffle inside a sedan, and a woman's leg dangled from the passenger window as she tried to escape the domestic violence attack. She was left with cuts to her body and bruises to her head, and she was treated and released form a nearby hospital, Riverside police Lt. Russ Shubert said.

The child escaped injury, Shubert said.

Carlos Anthony Ebro, 23, was subdued and arrested for suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and a host of other crimes tied to the alleged attack.

Ebro was also arrested on warrants for misdemeanor spousal abuse and a misdemeanor burglary count from Orange County, records showed.

Ebro remained in custody today in lieu of $90,000 bail.


 

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