A Robstown woman was arrested after police said she went after her boyfriend with a knife following an argument on Saturday.
Detective Martin Flores, with the Robstown Police Department, said officers received a call at 11:19 p.m. on Saturday about a reported stabbing at a home in the 100 block of Ruiz Street. When police arrived, they found 31-year-old Kyle Ray Harris, who was reportedly bleeding from lacerations on his hand.
Harris told officers that he and 34-year-old Delma Maria Wilburn had been drinking most of the day prior to the incident, Flores said. The couple got into a heated verbal argument after Harris allegedly complained to Wilburn about her behavior during the evening, according to the report.
Wilburn then reportedly told Harris to leave the residence. As Harris was gathering his belongings in the couple's bedroom, Wilburn allegedly went to the kitchen and grabbed an 8-inch knife. Wilburn then returned to the bedroom and began threatening Harris with the weapon, Flores said.
Harris reportedly reached for the knife and grabbed the blade, but Wilburn pulled the weapon away as he did so. Harris received deep lacerations along his fingers as a result, Flores said. He was transported to the Northwest Regional - Corpus Christi Medical Center, where he received stitches on his hand and was then released.
Wilburn was arrested and transported to the Nueces County Jail, where she is facing one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second degree felony.