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Redmond woman charged with assault, domestic violence has case setting hearing

A 54-year-old Redmond woman who was charged with assault in the first degree — domestic violence for reportedly stabbing her 66-year-old husband on the morning of April 28 had a case setting hearing on May 27 in King County Superior Court, according to a press secretary for the King County Prosecuting Attorney Office. She pled not guilty at her arraignment on May 13.

Court documents state that defendant Christine Welker was charged on April 30 and is being held in King County Jail in Seattle on $500,000 bail. Her case setting was continued to June 30.

 

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