Front Range man sentenced for New Year’s Eve stabbing

16th November, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE — A Denver man avoided jail in connection with a New Years Eve stabbing, but isn’t clear of trouble yet. Nathaniel Malcolm was sentenced Wednesday to four years probation for stabbing a local man after a New Year’s Eve celebration almost three years ago at an Avon hotel. However, he’s scheduled to stand trial in a Denver case in which he’s charged with sexual assault on a child, stemming from a 2006 incident involving a pair of sisters. The sisters are now adults. When he was charged with the stabbing, Malcolm’s DNA was fed into a statewide crime computer …

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