Greenville man pleads guilty, sentenced in fiancee's stabbing death
GREENVILLE, Pitt County - The Greenville man who stabbed his fiancee to death in 2014 pleaded guilty Thursday and was sentenced.
The Daily Reflector in Greenville reports Calvin Levance Clay, 28, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and three counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. Clay was sentenced to between 432-567 months in prison -- a minimum of 36 years and a max of 47 years.
Clay was arrested and charged with the death of Caitlin Shell Faulkenberry, 25, in 2014. Greenville Police responded to 4006 Whtiebridge Dr., Apt. 15 in Greenville on Nov. 21, 2014 at 6:30 a.m. and found Faulkenberry with multiple stab wounds. She later died at Vidant Medical Center.
The newspaper reports police said in reports Clay left the apartment covered in blood and wearing only a pair of boxer shorts. He later crashed Faulkenberry's vehicle into three other vehicles, then allegedly jumped out and asked one people to kill him.
The assault with a deadly weapon charges stem from the three crashes.