Thugs Tied Man Up and Stabbed Him in the Eye

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Thugs Tied Man Up and Stabbed Him in the Eye


Scapens, Alex, Manchester Evening News


TWO violent thugs have been jailed after they tied a man up in his own home and stabbed him in the eye during an 'horrific' attack.

Ryan Patton, 21, of Brinnington, and Kyle Bond, 19, of Reddish, first met their victim, near McColls newsagents, on Mersey Square, in Stockport, on July 1 last year. They threatened him and stole Pounds 20 before running off.

Minshull Crown Court heard that later that evening the victim saw Patton and Bond again near Stockport bus station and asked for his money back. They again threatened him and insisted he get in their car and be driven back to his home.

Once inside, Patton, of Wiltshire Avenue, became aggressive and pulled out a knife and Bond tied him to a radiator.

The victim, who was in his 20s, was left with suspected nose and cheekbone fractures after he was held at knifepoint and repeatedly punched.

Patton, was sentenced to eight -and-a-half years' imprisonment after admitted a string of offences including robbery, false imprisonment and assault occasioning grievous bodily harm at a previous hearing.

Bond was jailed for five-and-a-half years, having previously pleaded guilty to the same offences. …

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