HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) - A Hagerstown teenager has been convicted of assault in the stabbing of a man during a fight.
Seventeen-year-old Maurice McMillan was convicted Thursday by a Washington County Circuit Court jury. He was acquitted of attempted murder.
A judge sentenced McMillan to nine years in prison.
McMillan had been charged with stabbing 20-year-old Jarvel Fostion of Hagerstown during a fight in October. Fostion was stabbed nine times.
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