Macomb County prosecutor: Woman cuts, pours urine on daughter with disabilities

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – A 56-year-old Harrison Township woman was charged with a felony and three misdemeanors after a violent encounter where she is accused of pouring a bottle of urine on her wheelchair-bound daughter

According to the police report, one victim told police her mother attempted to stab her with a pencil, then bit her hand. The victim said she also found her wheel-chair bound sister covered in urine and her mother standing over her with a knife.

Police said the second victim told them their mother took a container of urine from their uncle with mental disabilities, threw it on her and slid a knife against the back of her neck, causing a small but visible cut.

According to authorities, a granddaughter said she was stabbed with a pencil and scratched.

Angela Lenora Gay was charged Wednesday with assault with a dangerous weapon and three counts of domestic violence. Prosecutors said she will receive a mental health evaluation.

Her bond was set with the condition she have no contact with her daughters or granddaughter.

She is expected to return to court Feb. 26.

Angela Lenora Gay (WDIV)

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