Tallahassee, FL (December 30, 2018) - An 18-year-old from Tallahassee faces a charge of aggravated assault after an argument with a woman.  According to reports, the incident took place on Wednesday, December 26th.

Police were called to Medical Commons Court in reference to the dispute.  When they arrived, they spoke with the alleged victim who told them that a man named Patrick Collins began arguing with her while she was on the phone.  She argued back and says that Collins tried to attack her.  She then pulled out a knife and stabbed him in the shoulder.

After being stabbed, Collins allegedly returned to his room before coming back out and pulling a gun from his pocket.  He told the victim he would shoot her, causing her to call police.  Collins then fled from scene.

Based on this information, officials arrested Collins and transported him to the Leon County Detention Facility on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.  Collins posted bond and has since been released.



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