Wife accused of tampering with husband's table saw
OLYMPIA — Court papers allege that an Olympia woman, angry that her husband left her, tampered with his power tools so that he received a powerful electric
OLYMPIA — Court papers allege that an Olympia woman, angry that her husband left her, tampered with his power tools so that he received a powerful electric shock.
Carolyn Paulsen-Riat was booked Friday into the Thurston County Jail for investigation of third-degree assault, domestic violence, and second-degree malicious mischief. A judge released the 33-year-old woman on her own recognizance.
The Olympian newspaper reports that court documents say that on Jan. 1, the man was using a 220-volt table saw when he received the shock, knocking him to the ground. Thurston County sheriff's deputies say the man did not need to go to a hospital.
In the documents, deputies say the woman told them she had reversed the wires on his power tools because she was angry he was leaving.
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