Three suspects have been charged with Malicious Wounding (18.2-51) for separate, unrelated incidents over the weekend.
On August 12 at approximately 7:05 pm, Winchester Police Department (WPD) officers responded to a domestic dispute at an apartment on Peppertree Lane. Officers made contact two individuals who reside together: Dimaldy Cruz Carlo, 34, and a 42 male, both of Winchester. Carlo allegedly cut the male several times with a knife during an altercation. Carlo was arrested, charged with Malicious Wounding (18.2-51) and taken to the Northwest Regional Adult Detention Center.
On August 13 at approximately 3:53 am, WPD officers responded to the Winchester Medical Center for a delayed report of an assault. The officers spoke with a 27-year-old female of Winchester, who stated that at approximately 1:00 am, she was leaving T-Bonz Bar and Grille on South Loudoun Street when she was assaulted by Christopher Sloane, 21, of Winchester. According to the victim, the incident stemmed from an argument that occurred inside the business and Sloane followed her outside where he allegedly struck her repeatedly in the head. The incident was eventually stopped by bystanders. Upon further investigation, officers determined that a second individual may have also assaulted the female while she was on the ground. Due to the injuries sustained by the victim, the officer obtained a warrant on Sloane for Malicious Wounding (18.2-51). As of the time of this release, Sloane has not yet been arrested. The WPD is asking for anyone with information about the incident to call the WPD non-emergency number at (540) 662-4131 or the Crime Solvers hotline at (540) 665-TIPS (8477).
On August 14, at approximately 12:19 am, WPD officers responded to a residence on the 300 Block of East Piccadilly Street for a subject who was stabbed in the eye. Officers made contact with Lewis Harris, 54, and Kelly Carter, 49, both of Winchester. Lewis and Carter had been drinking alcohol together when an argument arose. During the argument, Carter allegedly grabbed a steak knife and threw it at Harris. The knife struck Harris in the eye which he removed prior to officers arriving. Winchester Fire and Rescue was called to the scene and transported Harris to the Winchester Medical Center. Carter was arrested, charged with Malicious Wounding (18.2-51), transported to the Northwest Regional Adult Detention Center (NWRADC) and held without bond. Once Harris was released from the medical center, he was arrested on an outstanding Capias and transported to the NWRADC.