WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – A Warren man, who was arrested following reports that he assaulted his girlfriend and pulled a knife on his neighbors, was arrested again the next day.
Police went to the hospital Wednesday night to speak with 30-year-old Michael Krevas’ girlfriend, who said he assaulted her earlier that evening. They noticed she had two black eyes along with swelling, redness and scratches on her face.
The woman told officers that Krevas came home from jail and asked where his cell phones were. Before she had a chance to answer, he punched her several times in the face and threw her against the wall and on the ground, police said.
She told police she tried to escape out of a window by breaking it, but wasn’t able to. Police said she was finally able to get around Krevas and run out the door to the neighbors’ apartment.
Officers went to Krevas’ apartment, but no one was home. They went inside and found several broken items, torn window blinds and clothes and photographs strewn across the floor, according to a police report.
Police found Krevas at his mother’s house and arrested him. They took him to Trumbull County Jail where, according to police, he said that when he gets out, he is going to kill his girlfriend.
Krevas pleaded not guilty to a domestic violence charge Thursday morning in court.
He is being held without bond due to violating conditions of a previous bond.
On Tuesday, Krevas was arrested and charged with criminal damaging after admitting to throwing a rock through his neighbors’ window. The neighbors said Krevas was beating up his girlfriend and they went to his apartment to help her, when he pulled a knife on them.
He denied assaulting his girlfriend, but said he pulled the knife on his neighbors to get them to leave.