Missoula woman gets suspended sentence in stabbing

2010-10-08T09:30:00Z Missoula woman gets suspended sentence in stabbingThe Associated Press The Associated Press
October 08, 2010 9:30 am  • 

MISSOULA — A 34-year-old Missoula woman has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault for stabbing a man in the chest in February.

Under the plea agreement, District Judge John Larson gave Colinda Lint a 5-year suspended sentence with the Department of Corrections.

KECI-TV reports that Lint pleaded guilty Thursday to stabbing 42-year-old Geoffrey Price with an 8-inch knife.

Lint admitted that she gets violent when she is drunk, so Larson ordered her to wear an alcohol monitoring device for the next six months.

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