WESTPORT, Conn. — A 32-year-old Norwalk woman assaulted her ex-boyfriend with an unidentified object in his bedroom after breaking a window to gain entry to his house, Westport police said.
Westport officers responded to a report of a disturbance and broken glass at a West End Avenue residence Tuesday night, police said. When officers arrived, the suspect had already left, police said.
Officers later found Natalia Ocampo of 25 Chapel St. at the Mobil gas station in Saugatuck with injuries to her hands and feet, police said.
She was treated and released from Norwalk Hospital for her injuries, which police said she sustained from the break-in.
When Ocampo arrived in the victim’s bedroom, she confronted him for an unknown reason, police said. As the victim tried to remove Ocampo from his residence, she struck him in the back of the head with an object, police said.
Police said the victim had a protective order meant to bar Ocampo from his home.
Ocampo was charged with third-degree assault, second-degree burglary and violation of a protective order, police said.
Ocampo was arrested in July and charged with third-degree assault, criminal violation of a protective order and third-degree criminal mischief , the Daily Voice has reported.
During that incident, Ocampo broke a television and became physical with her boyfriend, police said.
Ocampo’s bond was set at $10,000. She was issued a court date of Sept. 10, police said.
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