Southwest States Violent Crime

Man Allegedly Beats Woman and Carves His Name into Her Forehead

Man Allegedly Beats Woman and Carves His Name into Her Forehead

Jackub Jackson Hildreth and Victim

Man Allegedly Beats Woman and Carves His Name into Her Forehead

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SAN ANTONIO — A man has been arrested for allegedly carving his name into a woman’s forehead after he attacked her.

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Police said Jackub Jackson Hildreth, 19, and a woman were arguing at an apartment on the West Side Thursday afternoon, according to court records. An affidavit said the two were arguing over their relationship when it escalated to a physical level.

Hildreth grabbed the victim by her neck, then hit her in the face about 10 times, according to police. After that, police say he grabbed a knife and carved his name into the victim’s forehead, then left the apartment before police arrived.

Investigation revealed a history of violence for Hildreth, including two outstanding warrants.

Hildreth was arrested Saturday.

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