Man accused of attacking woman with ax

 

A Boise man accused of threatening a pregnant woman with an ax and damaging her home was arrested in Boise.

Caelin Martin of Boise, lived with the woman and her two sons.

The Idaho Press reports, the woman was pregnant with his child. Martin, whom is described as having difficulties with alcohol and anger, had a conflict with one of the woman’s sons. The woman returned home Monday to find a room in her home had been destroyed. (holes punched in several spots on the walls, a tv smashed, etc. etc.)

The woman tried to leave the home, but Martin pushed her. She fled the house, locked herself in her car and called 911 and told police Martin was wielded an ax, and was striking her car.

Police arrived and arrested Martin. His bond at $250,000. He is next scheduled to appear in court July 11th.

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