A Ypsilanti, Michigan, man stabbed his partner multiple times with a samurai sword last month after he failed to buy him marijuana, a police report on the incident said, according to MLive.com.
Neil Patrick Wasinski, 28, or "Nalla" — who is listed as a woman in police reports but as a male in court documents — was charged with assault with intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, and resisting arrest on Jan. 18 after attacking his boyfriend two days prior.
Wasinski reportedly used a 21-inch samurai sword in the attack, striking his boyfriend several times in the abs and torso while the two were in his apartment. He then allegedly chased his boyfriend outside to the parking lot of the apartment complex, bloodied sword still in hand.
Police arrived at the scene at around noon on Jan. 16 where they found the victim soaking the blood from his stab wounds with a towel. He told police that he was attacked after failing to buy his partner marijuana, according to local news outlet MLive.
The victim was rushed to the hospital where he was listed in critical condition having suffered a collapsed lung in the attack. He has since recovered.
Police then obtained a master key to the suspect's apartment and entered despite his resistance. Wasinski allegedly spat on one of the officers as they apprehended him and took him outside.
According to the police report, Wasinksi claims he was intoxicated during the incident and blacked out after the victim threw him on the ground.
Wasinski is being held in the county jail and is scheduled for sentencing March 17. The intent to murder charge was reportedly dismissed after Wasinski pleaded no contest to the other charges on Feb. 13.