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Lawrence Flood Jr. sentenced to 30 years in attack of Jensen Beach taxicab driver

Timothy Bowker was attacked, stabbed by Flood back in 2013
Lawrence Flood guilty in 2013 attack on taxicab driver
Posted at 1:04 PM, Dec 21, 2021
and last updated 2021-12-21 13:04:16-05

MARTIN COUNTY, Fla. — A Martin County judge has sentenced a man guilty in an attack on a Jensen Beach taxicab driver.

On Monday, Judge Sherwood Bauer, Jr. sentenced Lawrence Flood Jr. to 30 years in prison, with a 15-year minimum, in the attack of former taxicab driver, Timothy Bowker.

Flood was convicted of robbery and aggravated battery back in November after a five-day trial.

Flood was one of three men charged in connection with the attack outside a Cumberland Farms convenience store in 2013.

Authorities said Bowker suffered nearly a dozen stab wounds to the face, head and neck.

The attack, which nearly killed him, left Bowker partially blind and suffering from a long-term brain injury.

As part of Flood's sentence, he is ordered to serve restitution to the victim.