Woman, accused of stabbing a man in April,was sentenced to 2 years in jail
Eligible for parole after one year
Last Updated: 48 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A Bakersfield woman was sentenced to two years in prison, Thursday, for her role in the stabbing of a local man.
According to Police reports, Louisa Polin went to Francisco Ochoa's home with her sons on April 2. Police said that while at the home a fight began and Polin handed a 6-inch knife to one of her sons.
He is accused of stabbing Ochoa several times.
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Polin is eligible for parole after one year in prison.
She was also ordered by the court to stay at least 100 yards away from Ochoa or any of his family members.
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