MOUNT CLEMENS, MI — Angela L. Gay, a 56 year-old Harrison Township woman, who poured a bottle of urine on her wheelchair-bound daughter, threatened both of her daughters and her granddaughter, was charged with a felony and 3 misdemeanors by Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith.
Police were called to the residence last week for a disturbance involving a knife. According to the police report, the woman told them that during an argument, 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. The second victim told police that their mother took a full container of urine from their mentally handicapped uncle and threw it all over her, calling her a, “crippled b**ch.” She said her mother slid a knife against the back of her neck, causing a small but visible cut. The granddaughter said she was stabbed with a pencil and scratched.
“As prosecutor, I have taken my role seriously in protecting people in our special needs community, and this case is no different,” said Smith. “We will also be asking that this defendant receive a mental health evaluation.”
Smith authorized charges of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon, a 4-year felony, and 3 counts of Domestic Violence, each a misdemeanor punishable by 93-days and/or $500. Angelsa Gay was arraigned on all 4 counts yesterday afternoon in Clinton Township by 41B District Court Magistrate Magistrate Ryan Zemke, who set a personal bond with a condition of no contact with her two daughters and granddaughter. The next court events are a Probable Cause Conference on Feb. 26 and a Preliminary Examination on March 4, both are at 8:30 a.m. before Judge Carrie Fuca.