San Antonio Teen Reportedly Carved His Name Into Girlfriend's Forehead During Argument

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BEXAR COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • Bexar County Sheriff's Office
A San Antonio teen is in police custody after authorities say he carved his name into his girlfriend's forehead.

According to multiple reports, Jackub Jackson Hildreth, was arrested last week after his girlfriend said he held her by her neck and punched her in the face during an argument about their relationship. The couple had reportedly only been dating for three weeks.



The 22-year-old woman said Hildreth also "carved his name with a knife" into her forehead, KSAT reports.

Hildreth, 19, reportedly fled the scene after the victim called police but was arrested last Friday. The suspect reportedly has a history of family violence.



The news station interviewed the victim on camera, showing a drastic difference in her appearance following the assault due to her jaw being broken in three places.

Hildreth has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was reportedly denied bail.

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