A Martinez woman was arrested Saturday after she broke into her boyfriend’s home following an argument.
Anna Joy Nichols, 36, of Park Way Drive, was charged with criminal trespass.
Nichols 36-year-old boyfriend called police after their pair argued and he said she broke into his house. The man said that at about 10 p.m. he and Nichols were at a party in Martinez when they argued. After Nichols slapped him, the boyfriend said he left the party for home.
Later, Nichols went to her boyfriend’s home and banged on the front door. The man said he told her to leave and come back when she had calmed down. Instead, Nichols broke a living room window and cut her hand as she climbed into the home.
The man called authorities and Nichols locked herself in a bedroom. When deputies arrived, Nichols pushed out the bedroom window screen and fled.
Deputies found blood on a backyard fence and Nichols in the neighbor’s back yard.
In a separate incident report, a Martinez man also at the party told deputies that Nichols damaged the windshield of his Jeep.
Others told him that Nichols threw a bottle of alcohol that hit the windshield of his Jeep during the argument with her boyfriend. When she was arrested, Nichols denied causing the damage.
Nichols, deputies noted, registered a .340 on a blood alcohol sensor.
Deputies took Nichols to a hospital to treat her cut hand, and then to the Columbia County Detention Center.
She was released from the jail Sunday after posting an $1,100 bond, according to jailers.