Men jailed over knife attack in Sheffield after police follow trail of blood

Two men have been jailed over a stabbing after their victim was found injured and police officers followed a trail of blood to a nearby flat.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 04 April, 2019, 13:40

Paul Robinson, aged 23, of Mason Lathe Road, Shiregreen, pleaded guilty to assault and was jailed for 33 months.

CRIME: No justice for Sheffield dad gunned down in drive-by shooting His accomplice, Benjamin Gibson, 27, of Oakland Road, Hillsborough, pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm and theft and was jailed for 18 months.

Two men were jailed over a stabbing in Sheffield

POLICE: Ram raiders hunted after failed attempt to break into Sheffield storeSouth Yorkshire Police said their victim was found by a member of the public with a deep wound to his left leg in Victoria Street in the city centre after he was stabbed.

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They were arrested and later admitted their involvement in the attack.

Their victim needed a number of operations after the incident.