FONTANA >> The Fontana grandmother accused of stabbing her 17-yr-previous granddaughter within the head throughout a battle is predicted to be again in courtroom this week, data point out.
Ignacia Salas-Puerto, seventy two, pleaded not responsible to tried homicide expenses Thursday by way of an interpreter in West Valley Superior courtroom in Rancho Cucamonga, courtroom data present.
On Jan. 9, police arrested Salas-Puerto at her house within the 16000 block of San Bernardino Avenue on suspicion of tried homicide the place the grandmother allegedly “grabbed a knife and stabbed the granddaughter one time within the head, inflicting a extreme damage,” Sgt. Kevin Goltara, spokesman for the Fontana Police Division, stated.
Paramedics took the woman to Arrowhead Regional Medical Middle in Colton. She is predicted to outlive.
Police didn’t touch upon what sparked the argument.
Salas-Puerto’s preliminary listening to is scheduled to happen this Thursday at eight:30 a.m. at West Valley Superior Courtroom.
Salas was arrested and is being held at West Valley Detention Middle in Rancho Cucamonga in lieu of $1 million bail.