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Screwdriver Stabbing

ALTUS, Okla. - Altus man has been charged for possibly stabbing a man in the head twice with a screwdriver.

Court records show Roberto Jesus Roblez made his first appearance Thursday in Jackson County District Court where he was charged with a felony count of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Police Chief Tim Murphy said the 40 year old is accused of stabbing a man on July 13th who was helping Roblez' female roommate move his things out of their home.
    
Murphy said Roblez and the woman had argued earlier in the day and Roblez left the residence. The female resident and her brother had moved Roblez's personal belongings outside while he was gone.

When Roblez returned to the residence and noticed his things were moved, he started arguing with the brother. The argument turned physical till Roblez picked up a screwdriver and stabbed the man in the forehead and again above the left eye.
    
The man was taken to the hospital but his condition wasn't known.

Roblez is being held on a $50,000 bond. He's been charged with felony assault and battery.

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