Spouse walks free after stabbing husband and telling cops ‘he is a b*****d, he deserved it’ – Alokito Mymensingh 24

A WOMAN who marked her husband for all times and instructed police he deserved it had escaped jail.

First offender Michelle Fowl, 46, stabbed Colin Fowl to demise at her dwelling in Glasgow’s Baillieston on Might 6, 2022.

Michelle Bird stabbed husband Colin to death at their home then told police he deserved it


Michelle Fowl stabbed husband Colin to demise at their dwelling then instructed police he deserved it
Colin Bird told police it was an accident after his wife stabbed him


Colin Fowl instructed police it was an accident after his spouse stabbed him

Glasgow Sheriff Courtroom heard Fowl known as 999 to say she had hit Colin within the higher left arm.

Police additionally discovered drops of blood within the hallway and Fowl in the lounge close to Colin.

The injured man – who was married to Fowl for 4 years – held a blood-soaked towel to his arm.

Fowl instructed officers, “It was me, I did it.”

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She then cautiously acknowledged that she had been making an attempt to get Colin for assist for 2 days.

Prosecutor Katie Bell mentioned: “Colin mentioned it was an accident however Fowl mentioned it wasn’t an accident.”

Fowl was arrested and later instructed officers, “He sucks, he deserves it.”

Colin was taken to an accident and emergency room for therapy of the wound above his elbow.

Miss Bell mentioned: “This required stitches which go away everlasting scars.”

Fowl pleaded responsible to assaulting Colin because of his extreme accidents and everlasting disfigurement, which have been aggravated by abuse from a accomplice or ex-partner.

Sheriff Brian Cameron gave Fowl 150 hours of unpaid work right this moment.

Peter Johnson