A Windsor man allegedly stabbed his wife during an argument in their home Friday.
Israel Morales-Alvarado, 49, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count each of simple assault and reckless endangerment. He is free on $25,000 bail, according to online court documents.
York Area Regional Police were initially dispatched to the home in the first block of Main Street for a reported fainting. But when an officer arrived at the home, Morales-Alvarado's nephew told police that his aunt, Luz Colon-Rivera, had been stabbed by his uncle, according to Morales-Alvarado's charging documents.
Police found Morales-Alvarado sitting on a couch in the living room and arrested him, documents state.
Morales-Alvarado told police that he and Colon-Rivera, 37, were arguing when he grabbed a kitchen knife, closed his eyes and attacked his wife, documents state.
She suffered stab and puncture wounds to her chest and defensive wounds to her hands, said Sgt. Jeffery Dunbar.
Colon-Rivera was taken to York Hospital for treatment and released on Sunday, Dunbar said.