The Glasgow Police Department responded to a stabbing incident on Tuesday at a residence along Happy Valley Road.
Police officers found Clayton Wilson, 19, of Glasgow, with a laceration on his hand. Wilson told police his girlfriend had stabbed him. After further investigation, police officers learned Wilson had been involved in a domestic situation at Stonehenge Apartments along North Jackson Highway and had allegedly assaulted a woman before he punched a mirror, causing a deep laceration to his hand, said a Glasgow Police Department report.
Wilson had allegedly thrown the woman to the ground and began punching and choking her. Wilson was taken to T.J. Samson Community Hospital for treatment of the laceration to his hand. At the hospital, he became combative with hospital security officers and police officers, the press release said.
The woman was also treated at the hospital for her injuries. Police found marijuana, baggies and digital scales inside a backpack that allegedly belonged to Wilson, the press release said.
Wilson was arrested and charged with first-degree strangulation, third-degree terroristic threatening, third degree assault (police officer, non-communicable bodily fluid), resisting arrest, fourth-degree assault (domestic violence with minor injury), trafficking in marijuana less than 8 ounces (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful imprisonment, the press release said.
Wilson was lodged in the Barren County Detention Center. No bond had been set as of press time.
The arrest was made by Officer Robert Jenkins who was assisted by Sgt. Nick Houchens and Chief Jennifer Arbogast, the press release said.