Man stabs boyfriend with scissors in Jersey City


A Jersey City man stabbed his boyfriend in the arm with scissors at an apartment on the South Side.


According to Jersey City Police, the two men got into an argument at 147 Fulton Avenue around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday when the victim arrived home early from work and found the 19-year-old suspect naked and handcuffs on the bed.

The 33-year-old victim asked the suspect, “Where the f—  is that nigga you 
f—— .”

He searched the house for the other guy but couldn’t find anyone.

When he confronted the suspect about the situation, the man became agitated 
so the victim ran into the kitchen to grab all the knives and throw them in the yard.

He says he did that because the suspect had previously attempted to stab him.

The 19-year-old suspect instead grabbed the scissors and stabbed it into the victim’s left arm and shoulder. He also bit him on the right shoulder.

The suspect suffered a superficial wound to his left hand which he says was self-inflicted because the scissor didn’t have a handle.

The victim was treated at Jersey City Medical Center.

Cops arrested the attacker, and charged him with aggravated assault with serious bodily injury, unlawful possession of weapons, possession of weapons for unlawful  purpose/other weapons and domestic violence.

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