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Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Stabbing St. Vincent's Case Worker

Jamile Wilson, of White Plains, pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder on June 11.

Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Stabbing St. Vincent's Case Worker

A judge has sentenced a White Plains man to serve 15 years in prison for stabbing a case worker from St. Vincent's Medical Center during an in-home visit.

Jamile Wilson, 28, to second-degree attempted murder in the stabbing of Frances Mortenson, a 48-year-old case worker from St. Vincent's Hospital in Harrison. Wilson was sentenced Thursday in White Plains.

On Jan. 19, 2011, Mortenson in the face, neck, chest and abdomen after he became upset with her in his apartment at 235 S Lexington Ave., White Plains. Mortenson managed to call 9-1-1 and was treated for her injuries at Westchester Medical Center. Police arrested Wilson that day.

Assistant District Attorney Timothy Ward, chief of the career criminal bureau, prosecuted the case.

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