An Audubon woman faces several charges after allegedly threatening her husband with a knife.
Katrina Starr Hanson, 18, of Audubon, was charged in Becker County District Court with felony second-degree assault and misdemeanor domestic assault.
According to court records, on July 14 deputies were called to the residence after her husband told her he wanted to end the marriage. She responded with a suicidal comment. He did not respond as she wanted, she got angry and allegedly started hitting him on the head and back with keys on a lanyard, cutting his head.
He went to the kitchen and she followed and threw a chair at him, causing a scrape. She grabbed a long serrated knife and pursued him down a hallway to a bedroom. He locked himself in a bathroom and she threatened to break down the door. She was holding the knife at her side with the blade out and allegedly asked him "how would a knife feel?"
She denied in any way threatening or assaulting him.
Hanson appeared in court July 16 before District Judge GretchenThilmony, who set cash bail at $300 or bond at $3,000, with standard conditions, or bond at $15,000 without conditions.