A Port Chester woman and a friend were injured by flying glass when the woman's estranged husband hurled a cinderblock through her kitchen window, according to Port Chester Police.
Nestor G. Tusa-Guayllasaca, 29, of 172 Terrace Ave., Port Chester, was charged with first-degree burglary, police said, after an investigation of the 3:12 a.m. incident Thursday on Fox Island Road led to the discovery of Tusa-Guayllasaca inside the home later on Thursday.
A 31-year-old Port Chester woman called police to report that as she was sitting her her kitchen talking with a friend, a 20-year-old Port Chester man, Tusa-Guayllasaca tossed the cinderblock through the window. The woman and her friend suffered various cuts from glass as the window was smashed.
The woman told police that Tusa-Guayllasaca entered her home and grabbed a telephone away from her as she was calling police. Police said Tusa-Guayllasaca was gone by the time village officers arrived, but an arrest warrant for him was obtained.
A village officer, police said, at about 8:17 p.m. on Thursday spotted a car known to be driven by Tusa-Guayllasaca was in the driveway of the Fox Island Road home. As the village officer was calling for police back-up, police said Tusa-Guayllasaca called them to say he was coming out of the home.
Tusa-Guayllasaca was arrested without incident.
Tusa-Guayllasaca was being held by police pending a hearing in Port Chester Village Court.