A woman was arrested after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend in Woodstock last weekend and a witness called 911, police said.
The Woodstock Police Department responded around 2:21 a.m. Sunday to the 2000 block of Aspen Drive in Woodstock for a report of a domestic incident.
Woodstock Deputy Police Chief Ray Lanz said responding officers arrived on the scene and located two individuals who exited the residence. Both had blood on their clothes.
Both individuals had sustained lacerations and officers requested the Woodstock Fire-Rescue District to the scene.
One of the subjects, identified as Isis Escobar-Gallego, 26, of Woodstock, was transported to Northwestern Medicine Hospital in Woodstock.
The other subject, a 33-year-old Woodstock man, was separately transported to Northwestern Medicine Hospital in McHenry.
An investigation determined that Escobar-Gallego and the man had gotten into a verbal argument, Lanz said.
Escobar-Gallego grabbed a knife and a physical altercation ensued where the man sustained a laceration to his leg, Lanz said.
Escobar-Gallego sustained lacerations to her arm. A witness of the incident called 911 for police assistance.
Court documents said the victim was the boyfriend of Escobar-Gallego and that he had been stabbed and cut with the knife.
The McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office approved charges against Escobar-Gallego that included aggravated battery using a deadly weapon, domestic battery causing bodily harm and domestic battery physical contact.
Escobar-Gallego was transported to the McHenry County Jail where she was released after posting 10% of her $25,000 bond.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 10.