Torrington police arrest suspect in Woodbine Street stabbing

TORRINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Torrington police have arrested a man they say assaulted another person on Woodbine Street early in the morning on December 6th.

Just after 3:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, served 39-year-old Jose Ayala of Torrington with an arrest warrant for a domestic disturbance incident that occurred on December 6th. Ayala was charged with first degree assault, first degree criminal tresspass, and breach of peace.

Police said that during their investigation into a domestic disturbance that turned into a stabbing at 149 Woodbine Street, they captured enough evidence and statements to obtain the warrant for Ayala’s arrest. The details of the incident, including the identity and condition of the stabbing victim, were not released.

Ayala turned himself in to police. He is currently being held on $125,000 bond.

Officers are continuing their investigation. If you have any information that could help officers with the investigation, you’re asked to call Detective Jim Crean at 860-489-2061, or Lieutenant Bart Barown at 860-489-2036.

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