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July 27, 2016 -- Acting Westchester County District Attorney James A. McCarty announced today that Bairon Farez Llanos (DOB 01/20/78) of 74 Dobbs Ferry Rd., White Plains, NY, was found guilty after a jury trial of:

  • two counts of Attempted Murder in the Second Degree, class “B” Felonies,
  • one count of Assault in the First Degree, a class “B” Felony,
  • one count of Attempted Assault in the First Degree, a class “C” Felony,
  • two counts of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree, class “A” Misdemeanors.

On July 19, 2015 at approximately 3:45 a.m., the defendant approached the victim outside her home and grabbed her by the ears on both sides of her head until her ears started to bleed.

Shortly thereafter, the defendant then stabbed the victim with a kitchen knife. She suffered a stab wound to her neck and her back shoulder blade, a lacerated ear, a lacerated thyroid gland, and a shredded internal jugular vein.

During the course of the stabbing, the victim’s son tried to intervene in order to protect his mother. The defendant then got on top of the son, and while holding a kitchen knife, attempted to stab the son in the heart. The son was able to deflect the knife suffering only a laceration to the chest.

The female victim was rushed to Westchester Medical Center where she required emergency surgery.  

The defendant was arrested the same day by the Greenburgh Police Department.

His remand was continued after today’s proceedings.

The defendant will be sentenced on Aug. 24, 2016.

He faces a maximum sentence of twenty-five years in state prison on the top count of Attempted Murder in the Second Degree for each victim.

Assistant District Attorney Christine Hatfield and Assistant District Attorney Owein Levin of the Special Prosecutions Division are prosecuting the case.

 

Bairon Farez Llanos

Bairon Farez Llanos

 

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