|Walbridge man sentenced for 30 months for stabbing|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 23 October 2013 09:37|
A Walbridge man will spend 30 months in prison for a stabbing incident earlier this year.
Carl M. Braden, 22, was sentenced Monday in the courtroom of Wood County Judge Reeve Kelsey on one count of attempted felonious assault.
Braden had originally been indicted in April on one count of felonious assault and one count of tampering with evidence in the March 31 incident.
Braden had reportedly stabbed another man once in the abdomen and multiple times in the back with a pocket knife during an altercation in the parking lot of Taco Bell on East Wooster Street. He then fled the scene on foot and was later arrested
At the time, Braden was under community control sanctions for an underage alcohol conviction.
In considering sentence, Kelsey said in court that "the victim of the offense suffered serious physical harm."
In addition to the 30-month sentence, Braden is to pay restitution to his victim in the amount of $1,512, and a fine of $2,000, in addition to court costs.
He will also be subject to three years of community control sanctions after his release.
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