Andrew Michael Young, 19, is sentenced to 20 years in prison for stabbing a female victim multiple times last year.
A Colorado man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to a violent stabbing attack on a jogger last May, reports said.
Andrew Michael Young, 19, said he took the woman so hard that he broke the knife, a report said.
“The horrific nature of this crime is overcome by the tremendous courage exhibited by the survivor in her nightmare for the police and to the respondent today in the Court,” district Attorney Bruce Brown said in a press release.
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The May 31, 2018, the attack happened in Avon, Colo., while the victim was jogging on a bike path, called the Eagle Valley Trail. Young stabbed her multiple times in the head and torso, the Denver Post reported.
One stab wound went completely through the body of the woman and on the other hand, Avon police chief Greg Daly told the Vail Daily.
The victim was taken to a local hospital, where she underwent a surgery to repair her injuries, Fox 31 Denver reported. She survived her injuries.
A young mother took him to a local doctor for the treatment of the knife wounds to his hands, the Vail Daily reported. It was when Young told the doctor about the attack, Brown told the newspaper.
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Young pleaded guilty on Feb. 25 to first-degree assault causing bodily injury, according to the Eagle County District Attorney’s Office. But Young is not a motive for the stabbing, Fox 31 reported.