NORFOLK, Neb. — A Norfolk man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend, tying her to a bed and threatening to kill her.
Vincent Vinson, 46, will face felony charges of terroristic threats and first-degree false imprisonment for the incident that left his girlfriend bloodied on April 13.
He waived a preliminary hearing in Madison County Court last week and his case was bound over to district court. He was scheduled to be arraigned May 17.
According to court records, the fight started when Vinson accused his girlfriend of cheating. He allegedly threw furniture, punched her and pulled her hair. Vinson also allegedly told the woman he would kill her.
He tied her to a bed with an extension cord, she said.
A family member came home and found the woman bleeding from her mouth. Police also found blood on her clothes and in the bathroom and bedroom, police said. There were marks on her wrist from being tied up.
After the assault, it was reported that Vinson had left the residence on a bicycle. When police arrested him, there was blood on his jeans.
He remains in jail on $500,000 bail.
— World-Herald News Service