LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) —
An April sentencing has been scheduled for a 39-year-old Lincoln man who
police say stabbed a stranger in the back.
Online court records
say Jon Tucker made an agreement with prosecutors and on Wednesday
pleaded no contest to attempted second-degree assault. Prosecutors had
lowered the charge in exchange for Tucker's plea.
Tucker walked up to a man who was raking leaves on Nov. 23 and stabbed
him. The man was treated at a hospital and released.