Report: Woman threatens husband with hammer

Posted on July 23, 2016 by Mat Pellegrino

A Navarre woman was put behind bars at Santa Rosa County Jail after Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a disturbance call last Tuesday and saw the woman with a hammer in her hand that two people claimed she was threatening them with.
The suspect, Adeline Gonsalviz, 43, was arrested following the investigation and charged with Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon Without Intent to Kill and Battery.
According to the SRSO arrest report, deputies responded to a family disturbance call that day and when they arrived at the location, they saw Gonsalviz with an orange hammer in her right hand. The responding deputy asked the suspect to drop the hammer, and she complied.
The suspect spoke to deputies and told them that she was having a conversation with her husband about riding a jet ski. A person who was with the couple told Gonsalviz that they didn’t like how the suspect was talking to her husband and wanted to leave. According to the report, the suspect told law enforcement that she was going to hit the jet ski with the hammer.
Gonsalviz’s husband claimed he and the other individual were trying to leave the residence in a truck that had the jet skis on the back of them. He claimed at one point Gonsalviz became enraged and picked up the hammer and “tried to stop them”, the report stated.
Gonsalviz’s husband stated that he told the other individual to get in the vehicle and lock the door when Gonsalviz grabbed the hammer. The victim stated his wife attempted to strike the vehicle and the jet ski with the hammer. He told deputies that his wife also tried to bite him on his left arm, but he was able to pull away from her, the report indicated.
The other individual told deputies that Gonsalviz was acting “psychotic, angry and irrational” and had called him/her a “bitch” before grabbing the hammer. The person told authorities that Gonsalviz came at him/her with the hammer, and stated he/she was in fear for his/her and Gonsalviz’s husband’s safety.
Gonsalviz was later released from Santa Rosa County Jail after posting $3,000 bond.