STAMFORD, CONN. -- The former Norwalk man who was convicted in the stabbing death of a Bridgeport cab driver in 2014 in Norwalk now has to wait a little longer to learn his sentence, according to the Stamford Advocate.
Ramiro Arcos-Garcia, 34, was supposed to be sentenced Monday in Stamford court, but the hearing was postposed to Aug. 29. Arcos-Garcia, who is being held on $2.5 million bond, pled guilty in June to stabbing Jackson Pierre-Louis in the chest, the Stamford Advocate reported.
Shortly after his arrest, he tried to escape and was later sentenced to five years for that incident, the Stamford Advocate says.
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