Man gets 15 years for Rose Bowl stabbing

From the Associated Press:

PASADENA — A California man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison
for stabbing two people during a brawl outside the Rose Bowl before last year’s USC-UCLA football game.
Prosecutors say 23-year-old Anthony Richard Cisneros pleaded no contest to two counts of attempted murder. He was reportedly sentenced Monday in a Pasadena courtroom.
Cisneros is one of three family members arrested and charged in connection with the Dec. 4 fight triggered when an errant football hit a parked Mercedes-Benz. During the melee, one man was stabbed in the cheek and another was stabbed in the back.
Brother Arthur Cisneros pleaded no contest earlier to assault and he was sentenced to a year in jail. Sister Akira Cisneros pleaded no contest to battery and was placed on probation.

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