A 55-year-old man has denied a charge of attempted murder after a domestic incident in Grantham.
Lincolnshire Police were called to an incident involving three people at a property in Manchester Way at 9.51pm on Wednesday, October 27.
A woman in her 50s was seriously injured after suffering a puncture wound and a man in his 20s suffered minor burn injuries, police said.
Hough this morning (Monday, December 6) appeared at Lincoln Crown Court where he entered a not guilty plea to attempting to murder Alison Worley on October 27 this year.
He also denied a charge of assault causing actual bodily harm to his son, Joshua Hough, on the same date.
Judge John Pini QC adjourned the case for a trial beginning at Lincoln Crown Court on April 4 next year. The trial is expected to last four days.
Hough was remanded back into custody and will appear at Lincoln Crown Court for a further case management hearing on January 5 next year. There was no application for bail.
Judge Pini told Hough: “I am remanding you back into custody. Your trial will be listed on April 4 next year.”