Anger management attendee arrested for assault in Fremont

So much for controlling his temper. A Fremont man has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a 37-year-old acquaintance whom he had recently met at an anger management seminar.
David Glen Wilson, 36, had hired the 37-year-old man to install marble at his home on the 5500 block of Truman Place, police said. They began working on the project at 9 p.m. Sunday and continued through the next morning.
At about 9 a.m. Monday, Wilson discovered his pit bull puppy was missing, so he and his girlfriend and the acquaintance went looking for it. Later, Wilson found his pet chicken dismembered in the backyard and assumed his new acquaintance had killed the animal, according to Fremont police spokesman Bill Veteran.
Police said Wilson had another full grown dog tethered outside, which was in reach of the chicken.
Police do not know who actually killed the chicken, but said Wilson attacked the victim, slashing him with a knife above the eye, choking him and wrestling him to the ground before the victim broke free. Wilson allegedly then smashed all the windows on the victim’s van with a two by-four and slashed the tires.
The victim, meanwhile, fled to a neighbor’s house and police were called. The victim was treated and released from Washington Hospital in Fremont. Wilson was arrested on suspicion of vandalism and assault with a deadly weapon.


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