The boy was just 8-years-old when Evan Sachs, 23, attacked him at a Dave & Buster’s restaurant in Westbury in October of 2010. Sachs was sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to the attack.
Sachs admitted plunging a 4-inch hunting knife into the boy’s back at the video arcade inside Dave & Buster’s restaurant in Westbury last October.
Evan Sachs, of Merrick, has pleaded guilty to attempted murder and assault for repeatedly stabbing an 8-year-old boy who was playing video games at a Dave & Buster’s in Westbury last October.
An attorney plans a psychiatric defense for a New York man accused of repeatedly stabbing an 8-year-old boy playing video games at a restaurant arcade.
Evan Sachs, a 23-year-old movie theater worker from Merrick, has also been indicted on several other charges.
The mother of Evan Sachs, who is accused of stabbing a young boy in Westbury, said her son had been under treatment for psychiatric issues and was sorry.
An eight-year-old boy was stabbed in the back at Dave and Buster’s for no reason at all, and the senseless violence has left a Long Island community reeling.