MANITOWOC, Wis. (AP) — A northeastern Wisconsin man accused of killing his wife could face more charges.
Ambrose Greaves is accused of stabbing Miki Greaves three times, including a fatal wound to her heart. Hunters found her partially-nude body in Cooperstown in November 2009.
In a news release, the Manitowoc County sheriff’s department says the 41-year-old got aggressive with a corrections officer making a security check at the jail at 4:30 p.m. Friday. The officer received minor injuries.
The sheriff’s office is asking the district attorney’s office to add charges of battery by a prison and criminal damage to property.
A plea hearing is set for May 19 in the homicide case. Last month a judge ordered Greaves into treatment for possible mental illness.