(WKTV) - A Remsen man faces numerous charges stemming from a domestic dispute in Rome, Rome police said.
Craig W. Lockwood, 27, of Remsen, is charged with felony assault in the second degree and criminal contempt in the first degree, misdemeanor charges of menacing in the second degree, stalking in the fourth degree and a violation charge of harassment in the second degree. He is also charged with felony tampering with a witness in the third degree, misdemeanor criminal contempt in the second degree and a violation charge of aggravated harassment in the second degree, stemming from a previous domestic incident.
According to officials, Rome police responded to a home on Tuesday for a reported assault. Upon arrival, police learned a woman was attacked by a man while she was outside of her home. The woman suffered minor wounds to her neck and face after she was cut with a sharp-edged instrument and was treated at the scene by members of the Rome Fire Department.
Several hours later, Lockwood was located at a home in Remsen. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office assisted Rome police with the case.
Lockwood is being held in the Oneida County Correctional Facility.