The Berkshire Eagle reports a North Adams man who arranged an ambush and robbery that evolved into a bloody stabbing has been sentenced to up to six years in prison.

Travis Perras, 25, admitted Thursday to calling a Domino's Pizza shop last July 14 for a delivery to a Union Street address, where he stabbed and robbed the driver.

According to the police report, Perras had requested the driver have enough change with them to break a $100 bill, so the victim was carrying about $170 in cash.

When he arrived, Perras "jumped out of the bushes" and attacked him, according to interim Berkshire District Attorney Paul Caccaviello.

The victim, who suffered multiple wounds, managed to get himself back to his car and called 911.