Gillard

A Lake Havasu City woman was arrested Jan. 12 in the 4000 block of Challenger Drive after she reportedly stabbed a man with a pair of scissors during an argument about a threesome.

Teresa M. Gillard, 42, faces felony charges for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct with a weapon per domestic violence.

Police said an argument arose between her and the alleged victim when Gillard reportedly wanted to invite a woman she had met earlier that day at a dog park to their home for a sexual threesome, according to a police report. The alleged victim declined and said he did not want anyone to come over, a police report stated.

A verbal argument regarding the incident escalated and became physical, police said. The man reportedly grabbed Gillard's wrists, swung her around and told her he had a gun.

Gillard told police she stabbed the victim in the arm with a pair of scissors that he had handed her, a police report stated.

Police said the man then locked her out of the house and told her to leave. She re-entered the home through a back door and the physical altercation continued until he locked her out again, a police report stated.

Gillard then called police from a neighbor’s house to report the man had been drinking, had beaten her up and threatened to shoot her, police said.

Gillard later told police she had been drinking a Budweiser Strawberryrita and two shots of peppermint schnapps prior to the incident, a police report stated.

The man suffered minor injuries to his arm and abdomen, a police report stated. He was not charged in the incident, police spokesman Sgt. Tom Gray said. 

Gillard is currently in custody at Mohave County Jail. 


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LosTacos

Only in Havasu do we get a bunch of cheese with that wine.

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Do we really need to read the details of this kind of SMUT? It's bad enough when people are victimized- and the privacy deserved by any family; is now broadcasted in live TV form by the responding police officers; but now we get to read a play by play on the front area of the news paper? We had to report a crime by a family member and it was very difficult for us. We were concerned at many levels. My wife was beside herself. A young officer arrived with a mini video camera connected off his glasses pointing right at us. It was nerve racking. You wonder whose going to watch it, and it really made a hard situation worse. We support the police and realize they wear them to combat false allegations- but from a victims eyes and perception,- we hated it. My wife says never again.

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