Authorities have been pursuing an Arizona man for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend in the face and then fleeing to California.
An arrest warrant for attempted homicide was issued Friday March 9, 2012 for Julian Cruz Molina Jr., the same day as the incident.
The 22 year old woman called the police on Friday morning and said that her boyfriend threw a rock through her window and was trying to get into her home.
Molina was able to enter her apartment and stabbed her repeatedly in the face with a kitchen knife. She remains in stable. Their two kids, a 2-year-old and an infant, were sleeping.
Molina allegedly fled the apartment on foot and it was later learned that he had gone to Needles, California. Saturday night, San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies took Molina into custody inside a motel room.
He is awaiting extradition to Arizona.
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