Man sentenced for role in Baraboo fatal stabbing
BARABOO, Wis. — A Baraboo man was sentenced Thursday for his role in a fatal stabbing outside a Sauk County bar in 2015.
Matthew Harvey was sentenced to 11 years in prison and 6 years of extended supervision Thursday. Harvey pleaded guilty in July to a felony murder charge in the stabbing death of 36-year-old Anthony Inman, of North Freedom.
Harvey’s other charges, battery, homicide and possession of drug paraphernalia, were dismissed.
The stabbing happened in October 2015 when five men were involved in a fight near the scene of the stabbing. The men were asked to leave the bar after the fight, and eventually met at the intersection of Walnut and Lyn streets where a physical fight took place.
Three other people were also charged in connection with the stabbing.
Jae Robinson was sentenced in March to life in prison. Amanda Rotar and Christopher Nash are still facing charges of intentional homicide.
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