In news with Kaitlin Moore, behind bars is a woman who police say is the suspect in last week’s stabbing.
60-year-old Olivia Foster is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after stabbing a 72 year old man.
It happened on the 100 block of West 8th Street last Thursday. Detectives say the victim knew Foster.
She left the scene before officers arrived, but cops caught up with her Monday afternoon.
The man’s injuries were not life threatening.
Foster is being charged with aggravated assault with deadly weapon.
Her bond has been set at 25,000 dollars.
Testimony continues in the money laundering trial of Sweetwater criminal defense attorney John Young.
In cross examination Monday, the state reviewed bank records of the estate’s account and asked Young to verify a few transactions.
His response to those questions was he believed he had the legal authority to spend the funds of the estate.
Monday during testimony Chris Hartman explained to the jury the different types of wills and probates.
He also testified to his involvement with John Sullivan and how he played a part in obtaining the handwritten will and gave legal advice given to Young about Sullivan’s 6 million dollar estate.
A 31-year-old San Angelo woman could go to trial as soon as December on an accident involving death case.
Brandi Weidner appeared at the courthouse Monday for a hearing.
A district judge agreed to increase Weidner’s bond after a DWI conviction prosecutors say she received since her original case in December of 2014.
She is charged in an accident where a pedestrian died after being struck by her vehicle on North Bryant.