Cumberland Woman Sentenced on Charges from Stabbing Incident; Pay $30k in Restitution
A Cumberland, WI woman has been sentenced on her charges stemming from a stabbing incident that occurred in June 2017.
A press release was issued by the Barron County Sheriff’s Department on June 8, 2017, which stated that the Barron County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch had received a call about a stabbing between two females on the Maple Plain Reservation near Cumberland.
A 19-year old woman had sustained a stab wound to her side as well as cuts on her hands in the altercation with Micah Homesky, 18 years old at the time. Homesky initially fled the scene of the incident but was located later.
Homesky was charged with Class H Felony Aggravated Battery. Her case was scheduled for a Jury Trial in October 2017, however, online circuit court records show that Homesky instead entered a guilty plea to her charge.
A sentencing hearing was recently held in Barron County Circuit Court for Homesky and the Court ordered an Imposed and Stayed sentence of 6 years: 3 years initial confinement followed by 3 years of extended supervision. The Court imposed a sentence of 3 years probation for Homesky with 9 months of conditional jail time.
The Court also ordered that Homesky is to pay over $30,000 in restitution.
Homesky will be eligible for work release for treatment, work, and homemaker privileges during her conditional jail time. Conditions of her probation will require her to complete any and all evaluations, counseling and follow through as recommended by her probation agent.
Cumberland Woman Charged in Alleged Stabbing Incident Requests Jury Trial
Thursday, August 3, 2017 | by Ben Dryden
A Cumberland, WI woman charged in Barron County Circuit Court with allegedly stabbing another female is now scheduled to have a Jury Trial on her charges.
On June 8, 2017, DrydenWire.com published a press release from the Barron County Sheriff's Department. According to the Press Release, Micah Homesky, of Cumberland, WI had been arrested and charged following a stabbing incident.
The victim in this case sustained a stab wound in her side and cuts on her hands. The incident reportedly occurred outside of Homesky's residence. Homesky initially fled the scene, however, she was later located by law enforcement and placed under arrest. The victim was transported for medical care. Her condition is not known to DrydenWire.com at this time.
Homesky is charged with Class H Felony Aggravated Battery. According to public record, on June 15, 2017, the Court heard testimony from witnesses regarding Homesky's charges and the Court found Probable Cause on the criminal case and Homesky was bound over for trial.
Public record shows that Homesky appeared in Barron County Circuit Court on August 2, 2017, and a Jury Trial has now been scheduled for October 30, 2017.
Homesky is currently on a signature bond with requirements to not possess any dangerous weapons or consume any alcohol.
If convicted of this charge, Homesky could face a maximum sentence of 6 years confinement in state prison or a maximum fine of $10,000 or both.
Pursuant to the direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicly, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
Cumberland Woman Charged After Allegedly Stabbing Another Female
Thursday, June 8, 2017 | Press Release
On Tuesday morning, June 6, 2017, at 5:53 a.m., the Barron County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch Center received a call of a stabbing between two females on the Maple Plain Reservation near Cumberland.
Deputies from the Barron County Sheriff’s Department along with Cumberland Ambulance responded to the scene. Initial investigation showed Erin C. Brierton, 19 of Cumberland, was stabbed once in the side and received cuts on her hands during an altercation outside a residence from Micah J. Homesky, 18 of Cumberland.
Brierton was transported by ambulance to the Cumberland Hospital and later flown to Regions Hospital in the Twin Cities. Her condition is stable.
Homesky fled the residence prior to law enforcement arrival but was later located at another residence and taken into custody for substantial battery. She was transported to the Cumberland Hospital for abrasions to her face and elbow and remains on a $2500 signature bond. Homesky is scheduled to appear at a June 15, 2017, preliminary hearing in Barron County Circuit Court.
Per Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald