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Milton Keynes man jailed for grievous bodily harm

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A man has been jailed for seven years after he was convicted of an incident of grievous bodily harm at Aylesbury Crown Court.

Anthony William Peach, aged 23, of Engaine Drive, Milton Keynes, was charged with one count of grievous bodily harm on July 13, 2013.

He was found guilty by a unanimous jury of the offence on August 7.

On July 12 last year Peach was at an event at Roman’s Park Residents’ Club when he approached a male victim who was at the club, and hit him over the head with a glass causing an injury which required hospital treatment.

These actions were recorded on the CCTV at Roman’s Park Residents’ Club.

Peach fled the scene but was arrested on the same evening.

Speaking following the sentencing, Investigations Supervisor John Baston said: “The conviction and sentence reflects the time and effort put into this investigation, as well as serving notice on those who commit acts of wanton violence in Milton Keynes.

“The Investigations team are grateful to the management of Romans Park Residents’ Club for the ongoing support throughout the investigation, and once again CCTV has proved its worth as an investigative tool.”

 

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