SAN ANTONIO, Texas — San Antonio law enforcement arrested a man on Friday after he allegedly carved his name onto his girlfriend’s face on Thursday, December 5.
Reports from KSAT say 22 year old Catalina Mireles was left with a broken jaw and her attacker’s name on her forehead after the brutal attack.
Catalina and the suspect, 19-year-old Jackub Jackson Hildreth, reportedly met each other on Facebook and had only been seeing each other for three weeks before the alleged attack.
An arrest affidavit states the attack began Thursday morning after the two got into an argument about their relationship.
Hildreth allegedly grabbed Catalina by her neck and punched her in the face about 10 times, breaking her jaw in three places.
He then took a knife and carved part of his first name into her forehead, according to the affidavit.
“He was going to put me in the closet until he could figure out what he was going to do with my body,” Catalina told KSAT.
Hildreth then fled the scene before officers could arrive.
He was arrested Friday and has been Charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
According to the affidavit, Hildreth has a history of family violence and was previously wanted for burglary assault and family assault.