WATERLOO -- A Waterloo man is facing multiple charges including attempted murder after stabbing his girlfriend in the neck and chest. After that, he led police on a pursuit.
Officers with the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department were called to a home on County Road 35. The victim, Lynne Wahlstrom, called 911 saying she’d been stabbed by her boyfriend, Daniel Snow. Wahlstrom told officers she had told Snow she wanted to end their relationship, which is when he threatened to harm himself and her animals.
She attempted to call police and then Snow took her phone and cut her on the neck. Wahlstrom was taken to the hospital and treated. The chase for Snow ended on State Road 3 in Noble County, where he was taken into custody.
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