Worthington man wanted on domestic assault charges
Police were dispatched to Sandoval-Chag's residence on July 15.
WORTHINGTON — A warrant has been issued for a Worthington man on felony-level charges of domestic assault by strangulation, which carries a maximum sentence of three years imprisonment, a $5,000 fine, or both.
Worthington police officers were dispatched to a local residence on July 15 for a report of possible domestic assault. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, who stated that Amilcar Sandoval-Chag, 23, had come home intoxicated earlier that day.
According to the report, Sandoval-Chag hit her in the face multiple times and placed both hands around the victim’s neck, making her unable to breathe.
Sandoval-Chag then left the house and did not return.
Responding officers observed injuries to the victim, including discoloration and bruising on her neck, chin and cheek.
Another resident, who had reportedly witnessed the assault, also provided a statement. The witness told officers she had seen Sandoval-Chag hit the victim and put his hands around her neck. The victim also stated that Sandoval-Chag had pushed the victim into the wall, causing the photographs to fall, and held the victim down while hitting her.
Officers searched the area and attempted to locate Sandoval-Chag, but were unable to. His whereabouts are currently unknown.