A New Jersey man allegedly shot a woman with a handgun, then took her and two children to a hospital following some sort of domestic incident, according to a criminal complaint filed in Harrison Municipal Court.
Police received a call about a loud domestic violence incident at the home of Victor Segastume Saturday night, according to a complaint filed by Harrison County Patrol officer Joseph Sloan, who was dispatched to the home with two other officers. When police arrived, they noticed a trail of blood coming from the home's outside stairs.
That's when the 25-year-old suspect packed the woman and two children into a car and sped off. Officers forced their way into the first-floor apartment, where they found a bullet hole, according to the complaint.
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Police found and seized Segastume's car at the Jersey City Medical Center. He was apprehended and detained by officers.
Before undergoing surgery, the victim told police that Segastume shot her, according to the complaint.
Authorities classified the shooting as a domestic violence incident. The victim allegedly identified Segastume as family. Their exact relationship, and the relationship between him and the two children, is unknown.
Attorney information for the man was not immediately known.