Grand Island man accused of strangling, throwing chairs at women
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — A Grand island man is behind bars accused of strangling a woman and hitting multiple women with chairs.
Grand Island Police say officers responded to a disturbance call on the north side of town in the early morning hours of Saturday. A woman told officers that 31-year-old Miguel Lemburg threw a wooden chair at her, hitting her in the arm. She also said Lemburg choked her, causing her to nearly lose consciousness three separate times.
Police say the victim’s mother later arrived at the house and Lemburg threw a metal chair at her, hitting her in the chest. Investigators say he also damaged doors, furniture and a TV during his outburst. Two children were in the house when the alleged incidents happened.
Lemburg is charged with second-degree assault, second-degree domestic assault, strangulation, child abuse and criminal mischief.