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Suspect Arrested After 'Bloody' Machete Attack

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    Suspect Arrested After 'Bloody' Machete Attack
    Zchacorey Pouncey

    Enfield Police have arrested a man for attacking another man with a machete.

    East Windsor police were called to the Liedertafel Singing Society-German Club on Depot St. When they arrived, they learned that a man that had caused an altercation had fled the scene, possibly to Enfield.

    An investigation revealed that Zchacorey Pouncey was locked out of the bar due to his erratic behavior. Pouncey reportedly took out a machete and broke glass at the building.

    Pouncey left the scene and got into a second altercation in Enfield armed with his machete at 339 Abbe Road .

    When police arrived in Enfield, they found a 36-year-old male with deep cuts to his hands.They say those cuts were caused by a machete yielded Pouncey, who also had a cut on his head.

    “I got a phone call about 11:30 from my roommate saying there was someone bleeding all over the place on our porch," said David Crawford, who lives on Abbe Rd. "His hands were all messed up and bloody. He said his pants were covered in blood. He looked like he had a head wound also.”

    Pouncey, of Broad Brook, was taken to the hospital and placed under arrest. He is charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, second degree assault and breach of peace.

    Pouncey has a police record dating back to 2006, including previous convictions for assault and breach of peace.