Inmate attacks guard at maximum security prison in Boscobel

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BOSCOBEL, Wis. – An inmate at the state’s maximum security prison in Grant County could face an attempted homicide charge following an attack on a prison guard.

Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Wisconsin Secure Program Facility in Boscobel Monday where a 42-year-old corrections officer had been stabbed with a homemade weapon.

The victim and another correctional officer were able to disarm the inmate. The guard was taken to Gunderson Hospital in Boscobel for treatment of his injuries, which included a wound to his neck and face. He was treated and released.

The sheriff’s office says the 47-year-old inmate will be referred to the Grant County District Attorney’s Office for a charge of attempted homicide.

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