TOWN OF WILSON, Wis. (WEAU) – A Boyd man has been charged after he reportedly attacked his neighbor last month.
Adam Langiewicz, 59, is facing one count of attempted first-degree intentional homicide and three counts of felony bail jumping.
According to a criminal complaint, at 8:33 a.m. on Dec. 22, officers responded to an assault in progress at E25285 County Road G in the Town of Wilson, Eau Claire County.
The caller said her neighbor came over to her house with a knife and was going after her husband. The caller noted there was a history of calls to this address involving their neighbor, Langiewicz.
Officers arrived and entered the home and found the victim and his wife in the home. The victim reported their neighbor, Langiewicz, knocked on their door. After the victim opened the door, Langiewicz entered with a knife, threatened to kill him, then raised the knife and attacked him, attempting to stab him.
After the knife broke, the couple said Langiewicz went into the kitchen and opened a utensil drawer looking for another weapon. After the victim went to grab a gun, Langiewicz left on foot walking down the driveway toward County Road G.
The victim was taken to Mayo Hospital where he underwent surgery for stab wounds which damaged several of his teeth and lacerated part of his tongue and mouth area.
The cash bond set for Langiewicz is $500,000. He will have a court hearing on Feb. 17.