Police: Nashua man arrested after breaking wife's leg during argument
NASHUA — A man was arrested after he allegedly pushed his wife twice during an argument, causing her to fall, and then prevented her from calling 911.
Nashua police said they arrested Kenneth Gurski, 37, of Nashua, on Sunday and charged him with two counts of domestic violence, two counts of simple assault, and obstructing report of a crime or injury.
Around noon, police said they responded to an apartment in Nashua for a reported assault. Officers met with a woman who reported that her husband, Gurski, had pushed her twice during an argument and caused her to fall to the floor. Gurski then took his wife's cell phone and prevented her from immediately calling 911 for help.
Gurski was arrested and his wife was taken to a local hospital where it was discovered that she had suffered a fractured leg. Gurski was held at Valley Street Jail on $100,000.00 cash bail, and his arraignment will be on Sept. 18.
Gurski was held at Valley Street Jail on $100,000 cash bail and was arraigned Monday.