Criminal complaint shows history of domestic violence toward Wisconsin Dells victim

Published: Apr. 5, 2019 at 4:16 PM CDT
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A criminal complaint from Columbia County shows a history of domestic violence between a Wisconsin Dells woman who died in a "domestic situation" Thursday and her husband.

Tetiana Huzhva, 23, was found dead in her home Thursday afternoon during a welfare check. Her husband, 31-year-old Fuad Pashayev, was arrested a short time later in connection with her death.

The criminal complaint was filed on Jan. 4, 2019. Pashayev was charged with 11 counts of domestic abuse that allegedly occurred between August 2018 and January 2019.

On Jan. 3 around 1:13 a.m., Wisconsin Dells police said Huzhva ran into the Wisconsin Dells Police Communication Center saying that her husband was going to hill her.

The criminal complaint says the couple married in August 2018, and lived together for about three years. They have a one-year-old child together.

Huzhva told police her husband had been abusive for some time and that the violence had increased. She also said his alcohol consumption increased, and he was more violent when he was drinking.

The criminal complaint shows Pashayev was charged with strangulation and suffocation, and disorderly conduct from domestic abuse toward Huzhva in August 2018. Huzhva also told police her puppy disappeared around that time, and she believes Pashayev killed the puppy. Pashayev would only tell her that he would pay for the animal.

On Dec. 3, 2018, Pashayev is accused of punching Huzhva while drinking.

There were a string of domestic abuse allegations between Jan. 1 and 3, 2019. Pashayev was charged with battery, disorderly conduct, false imprisonment, and criminal damage to property during this time.

Huzhva told police the suspect threw an object at her because he was mad the baby was making noise while he was trying to sleep. He also held her in the bathroom without her consent.

On Jan. 3, just before Huzhva ran to the police department, she said Pashayev was drunk and said, "If you text any more people, I will kill you." He then grabbed her cell phone and threw it on the floor. Huzhva then ran out of the house.

Pashayev is being held at the Columbia County Jail awaiting formal charges from the Columbia County District Attorney's office. An autopsy for Huzhva was scheduled for Friday