ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A woman is behind bars after she slapped her brother, slashedhis tires and put sugar in his gas tank on his wedding night,according to the criminal complaint.
Terry Luna, 32, faces an aggravated assault charge.
When Luna arrived at her father's home late Friday night, shewas upset that her brother and his wife were there. The two saidthey married earlier in the day. According to the criminalcomplaint, she grabbed a motorcycle part ash tray, slapped herbrother in the face and ripped off his shirt.
The couple decided to leave the residence and was spotted by aBernalillo County Sheriff's deputy a few blocks away. The deputyconfirmed the man was shirtless and saw small cuts on his nose andunder his eye. According to the criminal complaint, the newlywedswere in a different car because they said Luna slashed theirtires.
When the deputy returned to the home to interview Luna, he saidshe was sitting near bong and a small bag of marijuana. She deniedthe attack, but admitted she hates her brother's new wife. Anotherwitness on the scene said he saw Luna slash the tires and dumpsugar in the SUV's gas tank, according to the criminalcomplaint.
The deputy arrested Luna on the assault charge. She's being heldon a $5,000 cash or surety bond.
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