Kaukauna woman charged, accused of stabbing boyfriend
KAUKAUNA (WLUK) -- A Kaukauna woman is charged after officials say she stabbed her boyfriend in the abdomen.
32-year-old Danyel Jaskolski is charged with first degree recklessly endangering safety.
On Feb. 2 officers were called to 126 W. 6th Street for a disturbance.
According to the criminal complaint, Jaskolski had been arguing with her 28-year-old boyfriend. Officers separated the two and Jaskolski left the residence.
Later that night, Jaskolski and her friend asked to return to the residence to gather some of her things. Jaskolski's boyfriend agreed, the complaint states.
When Jaskolski returned to the residence, more arguing ensued. Jaskolski grabbed a knife, approximately 12-inches long and 2 inches wide, and struck her boyfriend on the right side of the stomach, the complaint says.
According to the criminal complaint, Jaskolski immediately told her boyfriend, "I'm sorry! I didn't mean to do that." Jaskolski left the home with her friend.
Authorities returned to the home around 8:30 p.m. to find Jaskolski's boyfriend bleeding from a six-inch long stab wound. The victim was rushed to hospital and received 22 stitches, the complaint says.
During an interview with police, Jaskolski admitted to cutting her boyfriend and told police the knife was thrown out the car window while driving away from the home, the complaint says.
Police were able to recover the knife near a guardrail on Buchanan Road.