Intoxicated Man's Chaotic Domestic Dispute Turns Gruesome After Deliberate Self-Stabbing During Arrest
Nikolay G. Senyukhin of Parkland, FL. {BSO}

By Ryan Yousefi

A chaotic domestic dispute led to the arrest of a man who deliberately stabbed himself while being taken into custody.

On June 21, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence located near the 6600 block of Northwest 127th Terrace in response to a chaotic domestic dispute involving a deadly weapon.

Upon arrival, deputies spoke with a female victim who alleged that an intoxicated man, Nikolay Senyukhin, 50, of Parkland, had physically assaulted her.

Evidence records show that as a result of the assault, the victim sustained visible bruises on her left cheek.

According to BSO records of the altercation, the victim told deputies Senyukhin repeatedly attempted to provoke her into stabbing him with a knife while he was assaulting her but that she refused, further angering him as law enforcement arrived. 

The arrest report shows that as BSO deputies learned Senyukhin had possessed a deadly weapon during the assault, they made multiple attempts to apprehend him, but he refused to comply and further escalated the situation. 

In one instance, BSO records show Senyukhun flicked a cigarette at deputies, braced himself, and continued to make threats.

When attempts to take him into custody were unsuccessful, Nikolay deliberately stabbed himself in the left lower chest.

The report shows that BSO immediately contacted emergency medical services, who responded to the scene to attend to Senyukhin’s self-inflicted stab wound.

Senyukhin was treated for his injuries and eventually transported to the Broward County Main Jail. 

Not only is this not Senyukhin’s first run-in with the law, but his recent criminal record indicates he seems to have a penchant for illegal activity involving sharp objects.

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On May 19, Coral Springs Police Department officers arrested Senyukhin inside the Broward Health Urgent Care located at 9663 Westview Drive after a staff member called claiming he was sitting in the waiting area with a sword on his lap.

Senyukhin told officers he didn’t want to leave his sword in his vehicle due to the fear that someone would steal it, that he did not intend to harm others, and was unaware of the illegality of bringing it into the healthcare facility.

In our original reporting of that incident, Coral Springs Talk withheld Senyukhin’s identity due to reports that mental health could have possibly played a factor in his then seemingly benign actions.

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Ryan Yousefi
Ryan Yousefi
Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiples outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.
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