An Oneida man has been sentenced on an attempted murder charge for stabbing his girlfriend multiple times in July 2016.
Michael Stevens will serve 27 1/3 to 32 years in state prison from the incident, along with an additional 4 2/3 to 14 years for trying to solicit others to kill his girlfriend and a man whom she dated while he was being held at the Madison County Jail.
Police say that the couple’s children were present at the time of the stabbing, which occurred July 14, 2016 at their home on Lake Street in Oneida. Police say a butcher knife was used in the incident, and the victim was stabbed more than a dozen times.
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