ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police say Tyrone Stephens used a vacuum to assault his caregiver Saturday, by striking him on the back and shoulder.
According to a criminal complaint, Stephens and his caregiver got into an argument over a Stephens possibly being involved in a drug deal at a southwest Albuquerque park.
When they returned home Stephens walked up behind his caregiver held a Dirt Devil vacuum in his hands and begin hitting him.
Stephens is still locked up Sunday on a $15,000 bond.
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