Greeley man charged in attack of estranged wife
GREELEY, Colorado – A man accused of binding his estranged wife and keeping her overnight in a bedroom has been charged with eight felonies and five misdemeanors in the attack.
Forty-one-year-old Jack Lee Holmes of Greeley was charged Friday with first-degree burglary, second-degree kidnapping, aggravated witness/victim intimidation, all felonies. He also faces felony and misdemeanor charges that include assault, menacing, stalking and false imprisonment in the reported attack May 29-30.
Authorities say Holmes, who faces charges in another case involving his estranged wife, broke into his wife’s house May 29, ambushed her and kept her at knifepoint overnight in her bedroom.
Holmes is being held on $1 million bail. His next court date is Monday.
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