Woman charged in home invasion
GLOVERSVILLE — A woman is facing felony charges after city police said she committed a home invasion burglary and stabbed a resident.
Tiesha M. Moore, 31, of 108 Washington St. apartment 6 was charged with first-degree burglary and second-degree assault , both felonies, on Wednesday.
Police said at approximately 12:15 a.m. on Wednesday, they responded to a residence on Wells Street for the report of a home invasion burglary, and stabbing.
Responding patrol officer’s made contact with a female victim who had been stabbed in the upper arm.
The female victim stated that an acquaintance whom she has known for some time had forced her way into her home, while demanding money. The female victim reported that while trying to remove the acquaintance from her home, she was stabbed in the upper arm. At that time, the female victim fled on foot to a neighbor’s home, where the police were then called.
A subsequent search of the victim’s home revealed that an electronic device had been stolen.
Less than an hour after the original complaint, while members of the Patrol Division were searching for the suspect, they located her near her apartment. The female suspect was detained as the investigation continued.
Ultimately, members of the department’s Detective Division executed a search warrant at 108 Washington St. Apartment 6, Moore’s residence.
Subsequent to the execution of the search warrant, members of the department’s Detective Division charged Moore with two felony charges.
Moore was processed and held for arraignment in City Court.