Rose waives preliminary examinations

Woman charged in stabbing and larceny incidents

MANISTEE — The 24-year-old Manistee woman charged with assault to do great bodily harm less than murder in relation to a stabbing incident waived her right to a preliminary examination Wednesday in the 85th District Court.

Krystal Rose

Krystal Rose also waived a preliminary examination in another case in which she’s charged with larceny in a building.

That charge stems from a separate incident.

“It involved taking money from someone in a residence,” said assistant Manistee County prosecutor Jason Haag.

The felony larceny charge carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison. The assault carries a stiffer 10 years maximum in jail.

According to police reports, on March 6, Gregory Moore, 27, and Rose were at his Third Street residence when they started receiving calls from a 25-year-old Manistee man, whom they were both acquainted with.

Rose, Moore, the 25-year-old and another man ended up in the parking lot of Centra Wellness around 11:15 p.m. Moore and the 25-year-old man began fighting and ended up on the ground. That’s when police say the man was stabbed by a third party.

Soon after being dispatched to the intersection for a disturbance, city police learned the 25-year-old man was at a house a block away with a serious stab wound. They found him at a residence on Sycamore covered in blood. The man was highly intoxicated, reports said.

On Wednesday, Judge Thomas Brunner agreed to keep Rose in jail under the same 10 percent of $10,000 bond.

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