Michael Montgomery

Michael Montgomery earlier pleaded guilty to two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of assault with intent to maim and two counts of obstructing causing serious impairment of a police officer. One count of assault with intent to do great bodily harm was dismissed. Alfredo Rojas, 25, and Kelly Adams, 49, were attacked Oct. 20, 2015, while responding to a woman’s sprained ankle in the 3400 block of 3rd Street. When they told Montgomery that he could not ride in the ambulance, he became enraged and attacked Rojas with a box cutter. Adams came to his and was stabbed and slashed repeatedly. Rojas and Adams drove themselves to the hospital. Interim Fire Commissioner Eric Jones said they came 'within inches of dying.' They suffered stab wounds to their faces and hands, and both underwent surgery. Rojas nearly lost his right eye. Adams has paralysis on the left side of her face. Montgomery also faces sentencing in the 2006 murder of a 16-year-old girl, as well as criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and torture convictions involving a 33-year-old woman in 2005.