Nebraska Woman Beams After Allegedly Attacking Boyfriend With Sword
Ivy Moore, 26, was arrested early Wednesday after she called police to tell them her boyfriend wouldn’t leave her Lincoln apartment.
A Nebraska woman was all smiles after being arrested for allegedly attacking her boyfriend with a sword, her mugshot showed.
Ivy Moore, 26, was arrested early Wednesday after she called police to tell them her boyfriend wouldn’t leave her Lincoln apartment, officials told KLIN-TV.
Law enforcement arrived at the scene to reportedly find Moore’s boyfriend’s hand cut and his shirt bloodied.
Moore’s boyfriend told police that they were arguing over a previous relationship when she told him to leave. He was in the process of collecting his things when Moore swung a sword at him, police said. He suffered a blow to his thumb when he lifted his hand to defend himself, according to KLIN-TV.
The unidentified boyfriend did not need medical attention.
Moore was charged with domestic assault in the second degree. She appeared to be smiling widely when her mugshot was taken.
Police alleged that Moore appeared intoxicated when they arrived and reportedly observed a marijuana pipe in the home.
Moore was booked into the Lancaster County Department of Corrections and was being held on $7,500 bail. She has not yet entered a plea.
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