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Two teenagers sentenced for stabbing in Aylesbury

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On Friday 12th October 2018, at Aylesbury Crown Court, two 15 year old boys were sentenced for a stabbing in Aylesbury.

The sentences relate to a incident that occurred in Walton Street, Aylesbury at about 2.45pm on Thursday 14th June 2018 in which a 17 year old boy  was stabbed numerous times, perforating his heart and causing serious damage to his abdomen.

The first boy sentenced was aged 15 and cannot be named for legal reasons. He pleaded guilty to one count of assault and was sentenced to a six month detention and training order.

The second boy, Kieran Okocha-Sleight, aged 15, of Aylesbury pleaded guilty to one count of grievous bodily harm and two counts of possession of a bladed weapon, and was sentenced to five years imprisonment.

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Richard Bazeley of Force CID based at Aylesbury Police Station, said: ‘This appears to be a planned attack where the offenders were laying in wait for the victim to return to his car.

The attack was captured on private CCTV and shows the victim being stabbed, perforating the heart and causing his intestines to protrude through the abdomen. But for the speed of medical intervention, the victim would most likely have died.

Initially neither defendant made admissions to the offence, however due to a thorough investigation of CCTV, forensics and third party material, the two boys eventually pleaded guilty to the charges against them.

Knife crime will not tolerated within the Thames Valley, and our officers will thoroughly investigate knife crime and bring offenders to justice.

Carrying a knife brings many dangers, not only could you hurt someone but the knife could be used against you, also if you are found in possession of a knife you could go to jail which would affect the rest of your life.

If anyone has any information about a person carrying knives or weapons please report it to police immediately. In an emergency call 999, or in a non-emergency visit call 101, visit a police station or visit our website https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/.

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