Centertainment killer jailed for five years for stabbing young Sheffield man to death
A killer has been locked up for five years for stabbing another man to death at the Centertainment complex in Sheffield.
Noel Ramsey, aged 22, of Nottingham Street, Burngreave, was jailed today after admitting killing Fahim Hersi in an attack outside Cineworld in September 2018.
He had been accused of murder and was standing trial at Sheffield Crown Court when he pleaded guilty to an alternative charge of manslaughter yesterday.
Ramsey stabbed Mr Hersi in his heart when their groups clashed.
They had both been due to watch a film at the cinema when violence flared between Ramsey and one of Mr Hersi’s friends, who had been carrying a knife.
Ramsey, who was stabbed in his leg during that incident, picked up the knife used to stab him when it was dropped onto the ground as his attacker walked away.
He then used it against Mr Hersi as the 22-year-old, from Broomhall, walked towards him – plunging the blade into his chest.
Mr Hersi was taken to hospital by his friends, but died from his injuries a short time later.
Ramsey was arrested over the fatal stabbing when he turned up at hospital for treatment for his own injuries.
A second man, 22-year-old Layton Morris, of Ferrars Road, Tinsley, was also sentenced today after admitting assisting an offender.
He was jailed for six months.
Morris picked up and removed the knife used to kill Mr Hersi when Ramsey dropped it near to a bin after the attack.