Woman accused in vampire-like assaults sentenced | CraigDailyPress.com

Woman accused in vampire-like assaults sentenced

DENVER (AP) — A woman accused of biting two people in the neck at a Denver convenience store has been sentenced to serve 30 days in jail, plus 60 days of in-home detention.

The sentence Emi Coleman received Thursday includes a year of supervised probation. She was ordered to undergo drug and alcohol treatment, mental health treatment and anger management treatment.

Coleman had pleaded guilty to third-degree assault. Prosecutors say she entered a convenience store in November, groped a male customer before biting him in the neck, and then bit a female store clerk on the neck.

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