Kitsap County Superior Court in Port Orchard. (File photo)

Kitsap County Superior Court in Port Orchard. (File photo)

Woman charged for domestic assault

A trial in Kitsap County Superior Court is set for Jan. 6.

PORT ORCHARD — A 36-year-old Port Orchard woman was charged Oct. 14 in Kitsap County Superior Court with third-degree domestic assault of a child and fourth-degree assault of an adult.

The charges arose out of separate incidents — throwing a purse at a 6-year old child and striking her husband with a cell phone, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office certificate of probable cause.

The defendant was arrested Oct. 11 and arraigned and released on personal recognizance on Oct. 14. A trial for both charges has been set for Jan. 6.

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