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Man Sentenced in Grand Rapids Stabbing

Updated: 04/14/2014 11:56 AM
Created: 04/14/2014 10:58 AM WDIO.com

A Deer River man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for his role in a Grand Rapids stabbing.

A criminal complaint says the incident happened in a Canal Street apartment on Feb. 25.  The victim survived injuries to his lip and armpit.

31-year-old Dana Middleton pleaded guilty to two counts of assault under a plea agreement in March.

On Monday, a judge sentenced Middleton to four years and four months in prison on one assault count and three years and eight months in prison on the second assault count.  The sentences will be served concurrently (at the same time).

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