ALBANY, N.Y. -- An Albany man who plead guilty in connection to a stabbing in Albany has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
Nicholas Lewis, 18, plead guilty in November to assault. According to police, Lewis and Brandi Hensmen, 31, drove around Albany to look for a man Hensmen had gotten in an argument with.
When they found the man, Lewis stabbed the victim 11 times. Police say Hensmen urged him to do it.
The victim was treated at the hospital, and has since recovered. Lewis was also sentenced to an additional three years of probation after being released.