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    Police: Woman Robbed Husband At Gunpoint Wife Charged With Domestic Violence

    CINCINNATI -- A Cincinnati woman is accused of robbing a man at gunpoint -- her own husband.
    Police said Stephanie Fall pointed a gun at her husband, Modou Fall, on Sunday afternoon and demanded money.
    Officers said Stephanie Fall threatened to shoot her husband if he didn't comply.

    Police: Woman Robbed Husband At Gunpoint - News Story - WLWT Cincinnati
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    Maybe laws in Ohio are different than here. If they are married, then his money is hers and vice versa. She threatened him to give her money that is essentially hers anyway. So I don't think a robbery charge would fly here. Other charges would apply, but not quite robbery. And hell, wives threaten husbands for money all the time, just that most don't use an actual gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaFuzz View Post
    And hell, wives threaten husbands for money all the time, just that most don't use an actual gun.
    That's the truth - mine does on a regular basis =/ that's why I work so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaFuzz View Post
    Maybe laws in Ohio are different than here. If they are married, then his money is hers and vice versa. She threatened him to give her money that is essentially hers anyway. So I don't think a robbery charge would fly here. Other charges would apply, but not quite robbery. And hell, wives threaten husbands for money all the time, just that most don't use an actual gun.
    You beat me to this. Here, the case of the money would be civil. The appropriate charge would be DV/Felony Menacing...essentially, intentionally causing someone to fear for their life by brandishing a deadly weapon.
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