Del. man sentenced to a decade in prison for 2017 stabbing
A Dover man will spend the next decade behind bars for a 2017 stabbing.
Jaquan Crump, 22, was convicted by a Superior Court jury in February of Assault First Degree and Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony.
In July 2017, Crump and a 24-year-old woman became involved in a physical fight in the 100 block of West Loockerman Street in Dover.
During the fight, Crump stabbed the woman four times, puncturing both of her lungs.
A judge sentenced Crump to 10 years in prison, followed by the completion of the CREST substance abuse program, 8 months of work release, then 2 years of probation in the CREST after care program.