FUNKY COLD MEDINA! St. John Man Ducks Into Police Station After Girlfriend Chases Him There With A Knife
ARRESTED FOR BRANDISHING KNIFE IN POLICE STATION: Sally-Ann “Funky Cold” Medina
CRUZ BAY — A terrified St. John man ducked into a police station to escape a girlfriend who he said was right behind him chasing him with a knife.
The desk sergeant on duty at the Leander Jürgen Command Police Station in St. John had a front row seat as first the man, and then his girlfriend Sally-Ann Medina — brandishing a knife — came into the police station yelling and carrying on, the Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) said.
The incident occurred at about 12:05 on Monday and the police officer at the station on Highway 10 said that they saw Medina holding the knife over her head threatening to stab her scared boyfriend.
Medina, 54, was subsequently placed under arrest and charged with third-degree assault-domestic violence, according to the VIPD.
She was transported to the Bureau of Corrections to await an Advice of Rights hearing. No bail was set at the time.
Police said in the arrest log that Medina has no known address.