Plea hearing set for spouse abuse case

Police

Live Oak High School assistant principal Kim Lemos appeared
Thursday at South County Courthouse in a closed proceeding with her
attorney, prosecutors and a judge to discuss a possible resolution
to the case in which she is accused of stabbing her husband in the
chest with a knife.
Live Oak High School assistant principal Kim Lemos appeared Thursday at South County Courthouse in a closed proceeding with her attorney, prosecutors and a judge to discuss a possible resolution to the case in which she is accused of stabbing her husband in the chest with a knife.

The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office declined to comment on what agreement, if any, was made, but a plea hearing was scheduled for Dec. 10, according to spokeswoman Amy Cornell. Lemos, 39, is charged with one felony count of inflicting physical injury on a spouse. She was arrested Aug. 26 by Gilroy police after she turned herself in for an incident that occurred the night before at her home on the 1400 block of Swallow Lane in Gilroy.

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