ABILENE, Texas - A 34-year-old Abilene man has been found guilty of stabbing a woman repeatedly during a gathering last year in south Abilene.
Robert Latham will now be sentenced within six weeks after being found guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the Oct. 29, 2012, stabbing of Raimee Brown, who was 19 at the time.
The incident happened at a home on Matador Street.
The prosecution has rested its case against 34-year-old Robert Latham.
Latham is being tried in 104th District Court for the alleged stabbing of Raimee Brown. She was 19-years-old when police said Latham stabbed her at a home on Matador Street.
A witness told police the stabbing was unusual because there wasn't a real altercation leading up to it.
A prosecution witness said Latham began acting strange and attacked the victim.
Brown said she had been smoking meth at the home prior to the stabbing
She said she's since moved out of the area and quit doing drugs.
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