Woman Accused of Attacking Husband Pleads Not Guilty - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Woman Accused of Attacking Husband Pleads Not Guilty

Posted: Updated:
BILLINGS -

The woman accused of attacking her husband with a meat cleaver pleads not guilty in court.

Shery Downs is charged with assault with a weapon.

Court documents indicate officers responded to an assault and found Downs' husband sitting outside the home with a towel over his face. In an interview, her husband told officers she was mad at him for urinating on the bathroom floor. Documents show she cut her husband across the face with a cleaver. Downs told officers her husband cut himself and her fingerprints would be on the knife because she used it to cut meat.

Her bond was set at $25,000.

 

  • LocalMore>>

  • Fire East of Roundup Still Burning

    Fire East of Roundup Still Burning

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 12:57 AM EDT2014-07-30 04:57:56 GMT
    A timber fire scorched between 30 to 40 acres, according to Musselshell County Dispatch.
    A timber fire scorched between 30 to 40 acres, according to Musselshell County Dispatch.
  • Big Concerts a Boost for Local Businesses

    Big Concerts a Boost for Local Businesses

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 12:57 AM EDT2014-07-30 04:57:03 GMT
    Big concerts like Tuesday night's Tim McGraw show at MetraPark aren't just good for fans - they're good for local businesses, too.
    Big concerts like Tuesday night's Tim McGraw show at MetraPark aren't just good for fans - they're good for local businesses, too.
  • Adult Book Store and Tobacco Shop Served Search Warrants

    Adult Book Store and Tobacco Shop Served Search Warrants

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 12:47 AM EDT2014-07-30 04:47:19 GMT
    Ball Adult Books and Video and Headie's Tobacco and Accessories were served search warrants by Billings Police Detective. The search warrants were in connection to a drug known as spice.
    Ball Adult Books and Video and Headie's Tobacco and Accessories were served search warrants by Billings Police Detective. The search warrants were in connection to a drug known as spice.