Norfolk woman arrested for alleged incidents with knife

NORFOLK, Neb. -- A Norfolk woman was arrested Friday after an incident involving a knife.

Norfolk Police were called to the 900 block of S. 16th Street after reports of a physical disturbance between a man and a woman. It was reported that the woman was armed with a knife and popping the tires on the man's vehicle.

When officers arrived, they saw a large kitchen knife lying near the sidewalk leading from the front of the house to the driveway. Officers then made contact with 27-year-old Jessica R. Arredondo and a male subject.

In conversations with the two, officers learned that there had been an argument related to Arredondo driving, as it was believed that her license was suspended.

Conversations revealed that the man had possession of the car keys would not give them Arredondo. During the argument, Arredondo allegedly kicked the man several times and hit him in the left eye.

The man then said he attempted to leave the residence, but Arredondo grabbed the kitchen knife directed it toward the man before throwing it past his head, according to police reports.

Arredondo was arrested for terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and third-degree domestic assault.

She was housed in the Norfolk City Jail and later transferred to the Madison County Jail.