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SHE’S GOT A KNIFE
Deaundra Nitika Glover, the girlfriend of the Greensboro man stabbed inside their residence on Ivy Heights on Tuesday, is facing a charge of Assault With a Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury in connection to this assault. Greensboro police were dispatched to 1212 Ivy Heights at approximately 8:07 a.m. after Glover called GM 911 to report a stabbing. Upon arrival, officers found Jonathan Robert Edward Pierce, 33, with a wound to his chest. He is listed in serious condition. Glover, 32, is currently confined in the Greensboro Jail Central on a domestic hold with no bond. The motive for the assault is unclear at this time.
During the ground search of the wooded areas surrounding Stagecoach Road on Monday, authorities located the remains of Eduardo Mendez Hernandez. The remains were located in a creek within a heavily wooded lot, less than half of a mile north of his residence. The area was covered with a dense tree canopy that would have hindered the earlier search efforts from the air. Authorities were concerned for Hernandez’s well-being based on information that he was heavily intoxicated at the time he departed his residence and the fact that it appears he was not dressed adequately for the extreme weather we are experiencing. Authorities searched for Mr. Hernandez since he was reported missing on Feb. 17..
Police responded to 1203 Willard St. in reference to a shooting into an occupied dwelling. Upon police arrival they observed the bay window was shot into. The victim advised that while she was inside her residence she heard several shots fired and then her bay window shattered. The victim stated that one suspect was driving a small silver sports utility vehicle and another suspect was driving a white vehicle. The suspects fled in an unknown direction and no injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing. The name and address of victims are being withheld temporarily. !