A WOMAN has been convicted of wounding with intent after stabbing her landlord in the neck.

Stacey Bilverstone was cleared by a jury at Oxford Crown Court yesterday of attempted murder but found guilty of the alternative count of wounding.

The 42-year-old stabbed her victim who she lived with at Kendall Crescent, Cutteslowe, Oxford on June 25.

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After the verdicts presiding Judge Ian Pringle QC agreed to adjourn the case while a pre-sentence report is prepared.

That hearing will be held on January 17.