A Liverpool woman accused of trying to stab a man to death with a knife is free from custody on $25,000 bail.
Angela Mae Wilson, 32, charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault on John Paul Hadskis and possessing a knife for a dangerous purpose, was released August 20 on a recognizance, which includes house arrest.
The house arrest clause, which contains some exceptions, remains in affect at least until her next appearance in front of a judge, which is scheduled for late September. She also must stay away from a Church Street address in Liverpool and remain away from Hadskis.
Murray and Judy Wilson of Brooklyn, Queens County, are sureties for Angela in the amount of $12,500 each - secured by personal property. Angela is residing with them instead of at her Liverpool home.
Angela was charged after Queens district RCMP responded August 10 around 12:30 a.m to a report of a man stabbed at a Church Street home in Liverpool. Police said a woman was taken into police custody without incident at a nearby home.
A 48-year-old man was taken to hospital in Bridgewater with what law enforcement described as non-life threatening injuries. He was later released from South Shore Regional Hospital.