A Valencia man who was convicted of attacking his ex- girlfriend and stabbing her mother and her roommate when they came to her aid could face up to 14 years in state prison, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said Thursday.
Cameron Reed Hansen, 31, was found guilty Wednesday of two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter involving the March 3, 2015, attack at his ex- girlfriend’s Burbank home, along with one count of injuring his ex-girlfriend, according to Deputy District Attorney Carolina Lugo.
Jurors also found that Hansen was armed with a knife and caused great bodily injury.
Hansen went to his ex-girlfriend’s home a day after they broke up and began attacking and biting her, according to testimony presented in court. Hansen stabbed his ex-girlfriend’s mother and her roommate multiple times when they came to her aid, the prosecutor said.
Hansen was arrested early the next day by Burbank police and has remained in jail since then, according to jail records.
He is due back in a Pasadena courtroom for sentencing May 11.
—City News Service