Man accused of stabbing and terrorizing two women in Bowling Green

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- A man accused of holding two women against their will and stabbing them is behind bars in Warren County.

Andrew Krohn, 24, is charged with kidnapping, first-degree strangulation, second-degree assault-domestic violence, first-degree wanton endangerment and third-degree terroristic threatening.

According to Bowling Green police, Khron restrained two women overnight and terrorized and stabbed them.

Police said one woman was strangled, causing her to lose consciousness. The other women told police that Krohn covered her nose and mouth, keeping her from breathing freely.

Krohn was arrested Thursday at a home in the 1300 block of Kenton St.

A neighbor on Kenton street, Daniel Comeau, told WNKY he called police Thursday after seeing Krohn and a woman fighting outside.

Comeau said he tried to break it up.

“I tried telling them, ‘Stop fighting! Stop fighting!’. He wasn’t listening. He completely ignored me. I told him, ‘Stop hitting her,’. He was trying to grab at her throat, spit in her face,” said Comeau.

While attempting to help the woman, Comeau says he Krohn threatened him with a knife.

“If I had stumbled over my car, if I had stumbled over a curb, chances are he probably would have stabbed me,” said Comeau.

Krohn is lodged in the Warren County Regional Jail.