A Medaryville man who was arrested in August of 2016 for his alleged involvement with a stabbing was sentenced in Pulaski County Circuit Court after a two-day sentencing hearing.
As a reminder, when 27-year-old Christopher James Robbins was first arrested he was lodged at the Pulaski County Jail and faced felony counts of attempted murder, aggravated battery and domestic battery.
On Thursday, Robbins was sentenced to the level 3 felony charge of aggravated battery and was determined to be guilty but mentally ill, according to Chief Deputy Prosecutor Kelly Gamer.
Gamer added that he was sentenced to 10 years in the Indiana Department of Correction, with five years executed and five years probation with usual terms. He is also required to continue with mental health care and treatment.
At the time of the Deputy Prosecutor’s announcement, Robbins was in custody at the Pulaski County Jail.