Woman jailed for attempting to kill cousin

first_imgRepeat offender Lisa Bobb, a Campbellville, Georgetown resident, was sentenced to spend the next 12 months in prison for attempting to kill her cousin.Lisa BobbThe 25-year-old woman has continued to deny the charge against her, stating that she was defending herself following months of provocation.However, on Monday, she was informed that she was found guilty of the charge instituted against her.This decision was made by city Magistrate Judy Latchman after the prosecution noted that Bobb failed to discredit the evidence given by several witnesses against her.On February 14, 2018 at Royal Drive, Campbellville, Christel Bobb had just returned home when she was pounced upon by Lisa Bobb, who stabbed her once to her upper left arm.This attack reportedly stemmed from another misunderstanding the two cousins had had the previous night. Christel was rushed to the public hospital where she was treated.According to the prosecution, the defendant admitted in an unsworn statement to pulling out a knife and injuring Christel Bobb to her arm and leg.As such, following a brief recess, the Magistrate sentenced Bobb to 12 months in prison.As she was being led out of the courtroom of Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on her first appearance for the attempted murder charge, the Lot 84 Campbellville Housing Scheme resident had screamed, “If I had the chance to murder that b***h, I would!”She has been a frequent offender since 2013.last_img

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