A Grand Island man has been sentenced to 30 to 40 years behind bars for stabbing his estranged girlfriend outside a local church.
Aslin Nabarro, 41, pleaded no contest to attempted first-degree murder and was sentenced in a Grand Island courtroom on Thursday. He said in court that he regretted his actions.
In May, Nabarro was accused of stabbing Mirna Medina-Colocho in the parking lot outside Saint Mary's Cathedral.
Officials say Nabarro and Medina-Colocho got into an argument which led to a violent attack. They say
Nabarro stabbed Medina-Colocho up to 20 times in the upper torso and
Nabarro then cut his own throat and fled, but collapsed less than a block away.