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December 19, 2012

Man gets 32 months in prison for stabbing

TRAVERSE CITY — A Detroit-area man who stabbed a local man in a drug-related incident was sentenced to prison.

Circuit Judge Thomas G. Power recently sentenced Dorian D. Lewis, 21, to a minimum of 32 months in prison on a count of assault with a dangerous weapon.

Authorities said he stabbed a man they described as homeless about 20 times in East Bay Township in August. The victim was badly injured but survived the attack.

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