Friday, April 15, 2011

Woman charged with lying about stabbing incident

Unbelievable!!! this kind of thing makes me crazy!!!
April 9, 2011
By TOM GIAMBRONI - Staff Writer ( , Morning Journal News
WELLSVILLE - A Yellow Creek Township woman has been charged with lying when she told sheriff's deputies her estranged husband stabbed her in the back Wednesday morning.
Judy M. Winski, 52, of Sprouse Road, was charged Friday with falsification in regard to the alleged crime. Bond was set at $1,000, and Winski is scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Columbiana County Municipal Court. The charge is a first-degree misdemeanor, and carries a maximum possible sentence of six months in the county jail.
Judy and Daniel Winski are in the process of divorcing, and at 9:29 a.m. Wednesday the security alarm at her home went off and automatically alerted the county sheriff's office. Deputies arrived and spoke with Winski's son, Richard Pelley, who came to the home when his mother called him at 9:31 a.m. to say she had been attacked by her estranged husband after he showed up with a gun in his hand.
Winski was taken by ambulance to the emergency room at East Liverpool City Hospital, where she was treated for a stab wound that was described as three-quarters of an inch long and about a half inch deep. The weapon was believed to be a kitchen knife Richard Pelley found outside the house near the porch.
While at the hospital, Winski told investigators her husband came through the door with something silver in his hand. When Dan Winski reportedly raised his hand, Winski said she fled and he stabbed her in the back.
Daniel Winski told investigators he was working at Von Roll WTI in East Liverpool when the attack supposedly occurred, which was confirmed by witnesses and surveillance cameras.
"Obviously, WTI is well surveillanced. They have excellent surveillance photos," Sheriff Ray Stone said of the hazardous waste incineration plant where Dan Winski works.
Surveillance tapes and witnesses at other locations also confirmed Dan Winski's whereabouts prior to when the alleged attack occurred. "Every place he said he was at, he was there," Stone said.

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