by Aaron Gibson, March 8, 2016
A man was stabbed during a family argument in Feesburg that ended with three arrests over the weekend.
The incident occurred at a West Main Street home in Feesburg on Saturday morning, March 5. Detectives said several individuals were assaulted during the argument and a man was stabbed with a knife.
According to detectives, Carol A. Cooper allegedly stabbed her brother-in-law, puncturing his left wrist and slicing him across his back and side. She is also accused of punching her sister during the argument.
Cooper has been charged with second-degree felonious assault and first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence in connection with the incident.
Daniel Clancy is accused of punching and choking his sister-in-law and punching a second female during the argument. He has been charged with fourth-degree felony domestic violence and first-degree misdemeanor assault.
Pamela Cooper-Clancy is accused of punching her sister and punching, hitting, and eye-gouging a second female during the incident. She has been charged with first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence and first-degree misdemeanor assault.
Both Clancy and Cooper remain in jail on $15,000 cash, surety or property bond. Pamela Cooper-Clancy was released on $7,000 OR bond.
—Brown County Crime Reporter, March 8, 2016 11:01 AM EST
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