The man arrested last Friday for attacking his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot of St. Mary's Cathedral was formally charged Monday in Hall County Court.
40-year-old Alsin Nabarro of Grand Island was charged with four counts including: attempted 1st degree murder, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and two counts of intentional child abuse.
Prosecutors say that Nabarro confronted the victim, Mirna Medina-Colocho in the Cathedral's parking lot where an argument ensued.
Nabarro accused Medina-Colocho of cheating on him and then stabbed her up to 20 times...before their two children. Bond was set at $500,000...10%. His next appearance in court is June 24th.
Also, the 27-year-old Grand Island woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend with a knife appeared in court as well.
Appellonia Decoteau faces charges of 2nd degree assault and use of a deadly weapon. She's accused of using a box cutter to stab 46-year-old Jose Garcia-Hilario when sent him to the hospital.
Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 19th.