Wife Charged With Stabbing Snoring Husband Pleads Not Guilty

Friday, Oct. 4, 2013 Wife pleads not guilty to stabbing snoring husband Related >More Sponsored Links An Arkansas woman accused of stabbing her sleeping husband with a butcher knife because he snored pleaded not guilty this week to a charge of first-degree attempted murder. The woman’s snoring husband, not surprisingly, has filed for divorce. He woke up with his wife repeatedly stabbing him with a knife, he said. Weiser said the couple’s two teenage sons helped him get the knife away from his wife. Weiser suffered three stab wounds, a punctured spleen and a lacerated liver, according to a local news report.
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How Snoring Can Wreak Havoc On A Marriage

Dawn Weiser (left) has been charged with first degree attempted murder for stabbing her snoring husband Doug (pictured right) She is alleged to have crept back into the bedroom in the early hours of the morning and began stabbing her husband with a butcher’s knife. Her 43-year-old husband was able to wrestle the knife from her and call police, after being stabbed several times. Man arrested for sucker-punching female gas station clerk in the face over 41 cents Mrs Weiser told police she awoke to a loud noise during the night and walked in to find her husband with stab wounds. She went on to insist that an intruder was responsible for the stabbing, despite her husband saying she was responsible for his wounds. Dawn Weiser tweeted about her husband’s snoring before the attack Dawn Weiser is pleading not guilty to charges of attempted first degree murder after the attack with a butcher’s knife Investigators say Dawn later confessed to stabbing her husband and hiding the knife and told police she couldn’t stand being kept awake any longer.
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Wife who was fed up with her husband’s snoring is charged with attempted murder after stabbing him with a butcher’s knife as he slept

Doug Weiser pictured fishing before the attack, which left him with three stab wounds

:0) I now have a 17month old Boy who snores like crazy! lol August 20, 2013 at 11:04 | Report abuse | Charlie Our middle son, which is 4 now, was breastfed until he was 15 months old. He never ONCE took a bottle, he refused it. Once he was 7 months old he was eating some baby food, but still breastfed. When he sleeps, it sounds like our neighbors are working on their chainsaw. He saws logs.
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Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say

Many couples described the intimacy and comfort level of sleeping in the same bed is extremely important to their relationship. As he describes in the book, in their time together before drifting off to sleep, “couples catch up on what’s going on with one another, plan, make decisions, deal with disagreements and solve problems.” With their hectic schedules, many couples often only have this time to catch up. It is no wonder why it’s crucial to their relationship. Unfortunately, snoring can force one spouse into another room for the sake of sleep, and this crucial together time is hard to replace in their busy lives otherwise. If your marriage is suffering because you or your spouse snores, the key to reconciling is to understand that snoring is a symptom of a physical condition, such as sleep apnea, sinusitis or nasal obstruction, and it can be treated.
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