Brookfield police have obtained an arrest warrant for a Campbell woman who is accused of stabbing a Masury man in the eye with a box cutter and stealing $70 from him.
Alarria S. Marshall, 33, has been charged with aggravated robbery, criminal trespass and aggravated menacing.
The victim, who is 25, was evaluated at the scene by Brookfield Fire-EMS, but refused further treatment, police said.
Police said they were called April 11 to an apartment in the 8200 block of Ohio Street. The victim, who has had a romantic relationship with Marshall, said he had been outside his apartment and heard yelling while “some other people pulled up to his residence,” police said.
The victim went inside and was followed in by Marshall, who began arguing about getting her stuff, police said. The victim said he told Marshall to leave; she stabbed him, stole the money and ran, police said.
Marshall also pulled the box cutter on a 35-year-old Masury man, and threatened to have him shot, police said. The man told police he had heard the victim say that Marshall stabbed him, and tried to follow her.
A 35-year-old Masury woman told police that she saw the stabbing and heard Marshall’s threats to the 35-year-old man.
Marshall is not allowed at the Ohio Street residence. The mother of the victim asked police to issue Marshall a criminal trespass warning following a Feb. 6 incident in which Marshall and the victim got into a fight. Marshall was charged with disorderly conduct, but the case was dismissed.
Marshall also was charged with disorderly conduct following a Nov. 18 incident in which she and the victim were pulled over for a traffic violation on Route 62 near Broadway Avenue, police said. Marshall refused to comply with police commands, and became very upset, police said. She was found guilty of the charge and sentenced to the day of jail she had already served, a $100 fine and 1 year of probation.
The Ohio Street apartment was the scene of a major drug bust March 30. Deshawnn L. Williams, 32, of Youngstown, was arrested on drug and gun charges after she showed up trying to sell to the family a video game system that the family had reported to have been stolen from them, police said.
UPDATE: A Trumbull County Grand jury chose not to indict Marshall, ending prosecution of the case. Brookfield police noted that the victim did not show up for hearings in Trumbull County Eastern District Court, and had been sent to prison in an unrelated case.