Woman is accused of stabbing partner in arm with knife
A WOMAN has appeared in court accused of stabbing her partner in the arm with a knife.
Charlee Browne, aged 27, faced city magistrates charged with attacking the man in her home.
She denied assaulting James Wallace causing actual bodily harm on Sunday.
Browne, of Well Gardens in Stonehouse, pleaded not guilty to the charge when she appeared in custody.
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Laura Searle, for the Crown Prosecution Service, said: "This was a domestic incident. The complainant is the defendant's partner. The allegation is she stabbed him with a knife with a serrated blade, which left him with an injury to his right arm which was two to three inches long and half an inch deep."
She added Mr Wallace, who does not live with Browne, required surgery for the wound.
Jodie Leonard, for Browne, said she would go and live with her parents in Wiltshire. She added they were already looking after her son. Magistrates ruled the case had to be heard at Plymouth Crown Court.
Browne was released on conditional bail to appear before a judge for a preliminary hearing on September 9. A second hearing was pencilled in for November 25.
Browne must live with her parents and can only enter Plymouth for court or legal appointments. She has been banned from contacting Mr Wallace.