BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Broome County District Attorney’s Office says a Deposit man will spend the next decade behind bars after stabbing two people outside of a Johnson City McDonald’s last December.
Tyler DeCamp, 26, was sentenced to ten years in prison and five years parole in Broome County Court Friday. Back in May, DeCamp was convicted on two charges of first-degree assault, a class B violent felony, as well as tampering with physical evidence and resisting arrest, according to the DA’s office.
DeCamp was one of five men, all from Deposit, initially arrested on charges of attempted murder for the stabbings that took place outside of a McDonald’s on Main Street in the village around 10:30 p.m. Two male victims suffered multiple stab wounds each in the attack.
One man, Dane R. Edwards, 22, was sentenced to four years in prison plus two and a half years parole for his role in the incident.
The other three suspects, Jay M. Moore, 33, Travis J. Dise, 24, and 31-year-old Christopher G. Nugent all pleaded not guilty and are still awaiting trial according to the DA’s office.