According to a Monday press release by the Nashua Police Department, patrol officers arrested a woman early Sunday morning after she allegedly stabbed and punched her boyfriend and disconnected the phone when the victim tried to call 911.
Police said Sherri Tassi, 30, of Nashua is charged with the Class A felony, Domestic Violence – First Degree Assault, which is punishable by imprisonment for up to 15 years in the state prison in addition to fines. She was also charged with the class A misdemeanors, Domestic Violence - Simple assault, Domestic Violence - Criminal Mischief and Obstructing the Report of a Crime. Each of the misdemeanors is punishable by incarceration for up to one year in a county house of corrections in addition to fines.
The release stated, the Nashua Police Department received a 911 hang up and possible domestic disturbance from a city residence at approximately 3:16 a.m. on Sunday, February 2, 2014.
Responding officers learned a male victim was assaulted by his girlfriend. The victim was punched and stabbed within the residence and the phone was disconnected when he called 911. He sustained a minor stab wound and was treated and released from the hospital.
Patrol officers arrested Tassi at 3:58 a.m. and charged her with the felony. Members of the Nashua Police Department’s Special Investigation Division investigated further and charged Tassi with the misdemeanor counts.
Tassi was video arraigned with the 9th Circuit Nashua District Division Court and held on $10,000 cash only bail.
Source: Nashua Police Department
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