Neb. Woman Attacks Snoring Boyfriend With Crowbar: Police

Woman Attacks Snoring Boyfriend With Crowbar: Police

A man in Lincoln, Nebraska, woke up to a real life nightmare Monday morning: His girlfriend was hitting him in the back with a crowbar.

Elizabeth Hogrefe, 45, allegedly attacked her 58-year-old boyfriend because she couldn't take his snoring, police said, according to the Lincoln Journal-Star.

The victim managed to get out of the motel room where he had been staying with Hogrefe and get to a nearby convenience store, where he reported his injuries to officers who were also there, reports.

The officers said the man's injuries were "consistent with being hit with a pry bar," the Associated Press reports.

When officers showed up at Hogrefe's motel room, she allegedly screamed and yelled at them before slamming the door on them.

Officers took her into custody, On the way to the Lancaster County Jail, she allegedly screamed that somebody should kill her boyfriend because he is "always getting under people's skin," reports.

Hogrefe was charged with second-degree domestic assault and use of a weapon to commit a felony, according to

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