District Attorney on Case of Woman Stabbed 20+ Times

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She was repeatedly stabbed and is permanently blind in her left eye. Now, her husband, accused of the crime, has his case bound over to the Rutherford County Grand Jury.

District Attorney General Jennings Jones tells NewsRadio WGNS Sade (shaa-DAA) Kelly was stabbed over 20-times, including two to the left eye, on June 10th of this year, allegedly at the hands of her husband Jeremy Kelly:

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Following testimony, Judge Barry Tidwell ruled there was sufficient evidence to send the case to the grand jury. The judge also increased Kelly's bond from 50-thousand to 125-thousand dollars. He's currently being held at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.

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