It's sixteen years in state prison for a man from Wildwood who stabbed a person at a bus terminal in early 2017.

Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland says 40-year-old Ronray Harris of Wildwood, must serve his entire term without parole eligibility due to his criminal history.

Authorities say, via The Press of Atlantic City, on February 23, 2017, then 49-year-old Gerald Saunders of Wildwood was stabbed during an armed robbery at the NJ Transit terminal on Washington Avenue in the city. Police found Saunders with a cut on his left arm and a puncture wound to his rear torso.

Harris was convicted on May 2, 2018, of Aggravated Assault in the second degree.

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