ROCKVILLE, Md. - A Montgomery County man will spend the next 40 years in prison for a brutal home invasion stabbing that seriously injured a man and his mother.
In Oct. 2016, Da’Von Mobley stabbed Janet and Agyeman Kouffour when he forced his way back inside a Germantown apartment after he had previously been asked to leave.
Court documents say the two victims accused Mobley of stealing their money. It was an accusation that apparently set Mobley off as he stabbed the mother in the arm and her 19-year-old son in the jugular.
Following the stabbings, Mobley fled the scene and stole a car that had been left running, which led Montgomery County police on a chase for him. Mobley would bail out of the vehicle and police officers arrested the 27-year-old after he was found hiding behind a tree.
Mobley was convicted on several charges that included attempted second-degree murder, home invasion, first-degree burglary, auto theft and second-degree assault.
"I’m just glad that my son and I got justice today,” said Janet Kouffour.