College stabbing suspect will spend up to 15 years in prison
Another suspect in the Northwestern Michigan College stabbing has been sentenced.
Ashley Day appeared in court Thursday and was sentenced to spend anywhere from four to 15 years in prison.
Day pleaded guilty to the charge of assault with intent to rob earlier this month.
She was also sentenced on two other cases; an assault and larceny case where she received two-10 years and an uttering and publishing case where she received 11 months to five years.
The sentences will be served concurrently, or at the same time, meaning Day will spend up to 15 years total in prison.
Police say Day planned a fake drug deal with 35-year-old Dwight Thompson in February. She and another suspect allegedly drove three men to meet Thompson, who allegedly stabbed him so they could steal his drugs.
Thompson was also arrested on drug charges after being released from the hospital.