(WBNG) -- A Binghamton man will spend half of a year behind bars for a stabbing at a downtown pub.
Steven Mangra, 22, was sentenced Monday to six months in jail along with five years of probation, according to the Broome County District Attorney's Office.
Mangra, a Binghamton University student, was arrested and charged with second-degree assault following a stabbing at the Rathskeller Pub in downtown Binghamton in September 2017.
Police said Mangra stabbed another Binghamton University student who was working as a bouncer at the pub. Mangra pleaded guilty in December.
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The bouncer survived the ordeal.
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