Man who attacked three restaurant workers with a pizza cutter sentenced for GBH, ABH and common assault
A man who attacked three restaurant workers with a pizza cutter has been sentenced to nine years imprisonment for GBH, thirty five months imprisonment for ABH and four months imprisonment for common assault to run concurrently.
Barry Sanderson, aged 46, of Edmunds Close, High Wycombe was sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday 2nd September 2016. Mr Sanderson pleaded guilty to one count of GBH, one count of ABH and one count of common assault.
The sentence follows an incident that occurred at around 9.00pm on Thursday 12th May 2016 when three restaurant workers were attacked with a pizza cutter.
Two of the victims, aged 35 and 33, sustained injuries and suffered lacerations. The 38 year old victim suffered a broken cheekbone and was treated at the John Radcliffe Hospital. He has since been discharged.
Mr Sanderson was arrested on Thursday 12th May 2016 and charged with GBH, ABH and common assault on the same day.
Investigating officer, Det Con David Mitchell of Force CID based at High Wycombe police station, said: ‘This was a serious, prolonged, unprovoked attack on three innocent members of the public. The sentence passed shows that this behaviour will not be tolerated.‘