LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Frankfort man was arrested in Louisville early Thursday morning after he assaulted four people during a domestic dispute, according to Louisville Metro Police.
An arrest report states an officer dispatched to 919 Gilliland Road just before 5:30 a.m. Thursday found two assault victims -- a man and a woman. The officer said the man's face was covered in blood and that he had suffered a laceration over his left eye that required stitches. The woman had a cut and swollen lip and facial swelling.
They told the officer that Timothy M. Heston, 20, came into a room where the two victims were staying at 909 Gilliland Road and struck the man in the face. The woman told the officer Heston hit her in the face when she tried to separate the men.
The arresting officer said Heston then apparently tried to strangle his sister, who suffered bruising around her neck and eye injuries. A woman who police said tried to remove Heston from his sister was scratched on the shoulder by the suspect. She also suffered a scraped elbow and knees.
According to the arrest report, the first two victims fled to 919 Gilliland Road where they called 911. The second two victims called 911 from Waffle House at 12923 Shelbyville Road.
Heston is charged with wanton Endangerment, 2nd degree assault and 4th degree assault (domestic violence). He also faces a fourth charge that was not stated on his arrest report.
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