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Falls woman booted from interim probation, faces prison in knife attack

LOCKPORT – Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon kicked a Niagara Falls woman out of interim probation Friday and is prepared to send her behind bars for her role in a knife attack on other women last year.

Angelina E. Wilson, 25, of Niagara Street, was scheduled for sentencing May 8 after Assistant District Attorney Claudette S. Caldwell reported that Wilson and a man, Nicholas Levick, were arrested in a recent police raid on Wilson’s home.

Caldwell reported that a pound of marijuana allegedly was found near two sleeping children, and a gun also was found. The house was full of feces and urine, and Child Protective Services was summoned, Caldwell said.

Wilson was placed on interim probation last November after pleading guilty to second-degree assault, which carries a maximum seven-year prison term. She and two other women inflicted permanent scarring on three female victims in a July 10, 2013, brawl on 18th Street in the Falls that was arranged on Twitter and drew a crowd of about 30. The attackers apparently concealed some type of blade in their fists to inflict the wounds, Caldwell said at the November court session.