The woman told Eureka Police that Eldar Gyunashev told her he was going to kill her that night.
Eureka Police Department officers pulled a car over Friday after they received a 911 call about it being driven erratically on westbound Interstate 44. Police said the driver was swerving from shoulder to shoulder. But when the car was stopped, a woman, who was covered in blood, jumped from it. Police said the woman’s boyfriend, Eldar Gyunashev, 33, stabbed her in the face Friday, and threatened to kill her. The stab wound caused trauma that will require oral surgery, according to a court document. Police said Gyunashev also was covered in blood. Officers recovered two knives from the vehicle, including one drenched with blood. Gyunashev, of the 1200 block of Victory Drive in Mehlville, was charged Saturday with first-degree domestic …
The woman was charged with second-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Monday, November 19, 2012
A woman stabbed her boyfriend twice in the head Tuesday in Wildwood after the two argued. Achrista Malamut (correct spelling), 33, of the 100 block of Carriage View Drive in Wildwood, was charged with second-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action. Officer Randy Vaughn of St. Louis County Police said the man told officers Malamut woke him up and asked him to forge a name on some closing documents. When he refused, she picked up the knife and stabbed him, he said. Malamut told police she woke him up because she wanted his rent money, Vaughn said. The two argued, and there was a steak knife nearby. Malamut told police she grabbed the knife because she was afraid the man would grab it first. She then stabbed him twice in the head. …