WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A former neighbor who climbed through a window and stabbed a suburban New York resident in his bed has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Westchester County Acting District Attorney James A. McCarty says Jahkim (JAK’-ihm) McGhee was sentenced Tuesday.
McGhee told investigators he’d used alcohol and cocaine before killing Anthony Guglielmo with a butcher knife during a Sept. 11, 2011 burglary attempt in Port Chester.
The victim’s 14-year-old daughter found him and called 911.
Nicole Guglielmo was questioned and eventually cleared. She told the Journal News in 2014 that people had treated her like “trash” amid years of false suspicions. Her lawyer said she’d been cyberbullied and had to leave two schools. Despite her ordeal, the teen said she hoped to become a police officer.