Suspects due to be resentenced for 2008 stabbing
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, N.Y. -- Resentencing is this week for two men convicted in the 2008 stabbing of a SUNY Canton student.
Roody Dorfeuille and Darryl Tucker were two of three men originally found guilty in the stabbing of Michael Rivera. They were convicted on two counts each of assault and gang assault.
The language of the indictments was questioned and early this year, a state appellate court dismissed two of the charges and reduced the others to attempted assault and attempted gang assault.
Dorfeuille was resentenced to a maximum of 11 years in prison and five years of post-release supervision.
Darryl Tucker will be resentenced Friday.