Serial Toe-Biter Strikes Again in New Mexico
Daniel Anaya, a resident in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has been known to constantly bite the toes of his ex-girlfriend, which initially caused them to break up, and now he is back.
Local media reports the woman had moved to Santa Fe from Albuquerque to "get away from" Anaya. He allegedly violated the restraining order she filed against him by entering her relative's unlocked apartment on Monday and forcibly "put her toe in his mouth."
The ex-girlfriend had ended the relationship back in November when he chomped on one of her big toes. It was reported that he had broke into her home in February and bit her left big toe.
The report on the latest incident said Anaya bit the woman's right big toe "then produced what his ex-girlfriend described as a silver circular or oval metal object that had a blade in the center." Cops report also that she stabbed him in the back of his neck and upper back with a fork but it had little effect.
Anaya eventually left the scene, but was picked up by Santa Fe police a short time later, charging him with kidnapping, assault with intent to commit a violent felony, aggravated battery on a household member, aggravated stalking and aggravated battery.
According to the warrant on file, police observed the ex-girlfriend's "toenail from her big toe on her right foot had been removed" in the attack.
It is also noted that Anaya used to work in the shoe department at Dillard's, but was no longer employed there "for unknown reasons."