YONKERS, N.Y. – A Bronx man landed in the hospital, then jail after he allegedly attacked a Yonkers woman and her teenage daughter, according to Yonkers police.
Raymond Johnson, 26, got into an argument Monday evening with his 29-year-old ex-girlfriend at her Ashburton Avenue apartment, police said.
Johnson punched the woman in the face and attempted to take roughly $100 and cards from a cable box, Lt. Det. Patrick McCormack said Tuesday.
When the woman’s 14-year-old daughter confronted Johnson, he punched her in the head, McCormack said. The mother then stabbed Johnson in the hand with the kitchen knife.
Johnson left to seek medical treatment at Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx, where he was arrested by police and charged with third-degree assault and petit larceny.
Police determined that the mother stabbed Johnson in self-defense, and she was not charged. Both the mother and daughter suffered only minor injuries.
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