Teen boy, 16, gets 9-years to life for stabbing college girl to death in phone robbery

Teen boy, 16, gets 9-years to life for stabbing college girl to death in phone robbery



A 16-year-old boy has been sentenced to the maximum nine years to life in prison after he was convicted in the stabbing to death of college student, Tessa Majors.



Luchiano Lewis, who was one of three teens charged in the 2019 murder, was sentenced in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday. He pleaded guilty last month to murder and robbery.







At the time, Lewis was 14 years old and prosecutors at the Manhattan district attorney’s office decided he would be charged as an adult.



The devastated family of Tessa, 18, described the family’s ‘immeasurable pain’ in court.



Assistant District Attorney Matthew Bogdanos read a statement on behalf of Inman Majors, Tessa’s father: ‘On December 11, 2019, the hopes and dreams for our daughter Tess came to a tragic end.Latest Post
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