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Woman sentenced for violent assault on former boyfriend

Woman sentenced for violent assault on former boyfriend

Kingston Following her conviction for felony assault in Ulster County Court in September of last year, a woman from the Town of Ulster was sentenced to seven years in state prison and three years of post-release supervision.

Judge Bryan Rounds handed down the sentence on Wednesday in response to an incident that occurred on July 22, 2022, in which Ariel Supple, 29, stabbed and slashed her former partner with a knife. Then she removed his sneakers, wore them out the back door after smearing them through a pool of his blood.

After being taken to the hospital immediately for medical attention, the sufferer underwent more than twenty stitches.

In a separate instance, Supple had also entered a guilty plea to driving while under the influence of drugs.

According to District Attorney Emmanuel Nneji, Supple has a history of intimate partner violence that has left her with injuries, and she still acts in a way that is dangerous to both herself and other people.

According to the prosecutor, he hopes she would change her conduct, become sober, and become conscious of it so she may live a life that doesn’t endanger people in both intimate and non-intimate settings. I hope that when she is incarcerated, she will become more aware of her surroundings and get long-term, comprehensive therapy.


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