Woman discovers with a knife sticking out of her head after being allegedly attacked by the daughter of the daughter & # 39; who did meth and tried to choke her & # 39;
- Police discovered the victim with a knife sticking out of the back of her head after she responded to a phone call at a house in West Virginia
- The woman told the police that she had been attacked when she tried to stop the defendant, Zachary Nipper, from suffocating her daughter Kizzie Hardy.
- Hardy said she and Nipper had smoked meth and he stayed in the house regularly
- She denied this and claimed that Nipper threw a rack of dishes at her mother's head
A woman from West Virginia had a knife stick out of her mind when she told the authorities that her daughter's boyfriend stabbed her.
Westover Police chief Rick Panico said Zachary Nipper, 26, has been accused of malicious injury and is being sought in Maryland for a criminal attack.
Panico said that Nipper & # 39; s girlfriend, Kizzie Hardy, the victim's daughter, said she and Nipper had smoked meth and used the property as a & # 39; flop house & # 39 ;.
Zachary Nipper, (photo), allegedly attacked his girlfriend's mother who tried to intervene when Nipper tried to choke her in a house in West Virginia
However, she later denied this and claimed that her family is now being deported.
Hardy told The Dominion Post that her mother was not stabbed, but that Nipper even threw a rack of drying trays and the knife stuck in her mother's head.
But the victim, who was not mentioned, told the police that she was being attacked while trying to prevent Nipper Hardy from choking on Tuesday.
Westover police commander Rick Panico said police officers responded to 426 Dunkard Avenue on Tuesday before 9 p.m. and found the victim with the knife in her head.
Officers wound the wound and called EMS, who sent the woman to J.W. transported. Ruby Memorial Hospital. Panico said the woman was home on Wednesday morning.
The investigation showed that Nipper lives in Marjorie Gardens and stayed in the victim's apartment several times a week.
Hardy also denied that she did meth with Nipper and claimed that no one saw them do it.
# Nobody told me and Zack did meth together; I don't even do drugs, & Hardy told the Dominion Post.
The police discovered the victim at 426 Dunard Avenue in Westover, (pictured), with a knife from the back of her head and a small cut on her wrist.
She claimed that her cousin lived in the apartment and did meth, but she told him to leave when she found out.
Nipper was found near the house shortly thereafter and residents reported that he was acting strangely, so they called the police, Panico explained.
Nipper resisted arrest and refused to identify himself to the police.
When Nipper refused to identify, the police did not know his identity until Wednesday, Panico said.
The police were able to determine that he was wanted for a criminal attack in Maryland and was on trial to identify him.
There were several problems earlier on 426 Dunkard Avenue and Panico claimed that they went unnoticed or were ignored by the landlord.
Hardy then told the Dominion Post that her landlord called on Wednesday and told her she was being thrown out of the house. She said she will only be deported because the Westover police station has provided incorrect information and she intends to sue the ward.