A South Sioux City man convicted of stabbing another man in August has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
Andrew Orellana pleaded no contest in January to one count of assault.
The 32 year old was sentenced Monday and must serve at least six years before he can be released. He was also ordered to pay more than $4,200 in restitution to his victim to help cover his medical expenses.
Police say Orellana stabbed the 19-year-old victim multiple times outside a liquor store in South Sioux City.
A Sioux City man has been sentenced to six months in prison on federal charges over tax returns for his Nebraska-based business.
The U.S. attorney's office in Omaha says Monday that Patrick Bohall was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to filing a false tax return in 2003 and admitting he failed to file a tax return for 2004 to 2006.
Bohall owns Legacy Financial Services in South Sioux City. Prosecutors say by filing a false return and failing to file subsequent returns he avoided a tax due and owes nearly $288,000.
Prosecutors say Bohall must pay restitution in that amount. He remains liable for interest and penalties that may be assessed by the Internal Revenue Service in a civil action.