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Stabbing Leads to 6-Year Prison Sentence

Rockland man found guilty of assault by jury in New City.

A Rockland County man found guilty of second-degree assault by a jury in New City in the stabbing of his ex-roommate has been sentenced to six years in state prison.

Segundo Loja-Llivicota, 27, of 25 Lafayette St., Spring Valley, must also serve three years of post-prison supervisor according to the sentenced imposed by Rockland County Court Judge William K. Nelson. 

District Attorney Thomas P. Zugibe said Loja-Llivicota approached the victim in the basement of a North Madison Avenue home in Spring Valley on Aug. 23, 2011, and attacked the vicitm with a knife.

The victim was wounded in the left arm, chest, face and head. The victim was rushed to Nyack Hospital for treatment.

Executive Assistant District Attorney Stephen Moore prosecuted the case.

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