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No contest plea in fork attack incident

No contest plea in fork attack incident

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PLYMOUTH, Mich. - A woman accused of stabbing her husband with a fork during a fight at a restaurant has pleaded no contest to reduced charges of being drunk and disorderly.

Canton Township police and the Wayne County prosecutor's office had pressed a felonious assault case against Kelly Campbell-Baumgartner, despite her husband's objections.

But a county judge dismissed the felony charge, and Campbell-Baumgartner entered the plea Monday in exchange for the dismissal of a misdemeanor assault and battery charge. The judge ordered her to pay $350 in fines.

William Baumgartner earlier denied he had been stabbed in the April incident and said he had no interest in charges against his wife.

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