Man stabbed was on mission with suspect to buy narcotics


Three alleged heroin users in search of drugs Thursday night in Lewisville ended up in an altercation where one was stabbed in the head at the Whip In convenience store at 998 N. Garden Ridge.

Lewisville Police Captain Michael Moore said the incident was called in just before 7 p.m. Dec 21.  Moore said that police were able to ascertain that the one woman and two men were riding around Lewisville together trying to purchase illegal narcotics when the man in the front seat became frustrated with the man in the back seat.

Allegedly, after trying to force the man to leave the vehicle, the man in the front seat jumped into the back seat with a knife and began fighting the victim.  Police say that when the victim tried to exit the vehicle, the suspect stabbed him in the back of the head.

Lewisville Special Operations Detectives who were in the area heard the radio broadcast and recognized the suspects, who they had dealt with a few days prior.  Detectives went to the InTown Suites, 101 Valley View, where they observed the suspect vehicle with blood on the left rear passenger door.  Two large folding knives were observed in the back seat.

Police arrested the male suspect who they believed stabbed the victim, and charged him with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.  The suspect was also wanted on a parole violation warrant.  The woman gave police a statement and was released.  Police released the vehicle to its owner, who was not involved.

The extent of the victim’s injuries were not known, but not believed to be life threatening. Moore said he was conscious and speaking with first responders on the scene at Whip In, and at Medical City Lewisville, where he was taken for treatment.

The Lewisville Texan Journal will update this post if more details become available.

Update 12/22/2017:

Lewisville PD mugshot: Jaimes Francis Nerf

Jaimes Francis Nerf, 28, was arrested and is being held without bond on the Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon charge, and escape charge, and a parole violation.



  1. Your newspaper has made me terrified of the intersection of 121 and Corporate, which is where EVERYTHING seems to happen.

  2. Yes my son was stabbed by this man. I thank the Lord he wasn’t killed. I hope Jaimes Nerf remains locked up for a very long time.

  3. Yes you are lucky your son wasn’t killed. Think about the actions he’s doing to put himself in that particular situation? Personally, nothing like this should have even remotely happened in the first place. But there is just as much fault on both parties. If your not too biased to listen to both

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