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Man sentenced following GBH - Langley

Alert message sent 25/10/2016 11:42:00

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Man sentenced following GBH – Langley
A man has been sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment following a GBH incident in Langley.
Eugen Bejan, aged 26, of Layburn Crescent, Slough, was sentenced at Reading Crown Court yesterday (24/10).
On 15 July, 2016, the victim, a 36-year-old woman was walking on the M4 footbridge in Langley, which connects London Road and Grampian Way at about 11pm.
As she approached the end of the bridge, she was approached by Bejan who made a comment to her.
He then grabbed her by the neck and attempted to assault her using a broken bottle.
The victim struggled to get away from him and in the process, Bejan stabbed her with the bottle a number of times in her arm, shoulder and back.
The victim managed to escape from Bejan and contacted her boyfriend to report what happened.
She sustained serious injuries during the incident and required hospital treatment, but has since been discharged.
Bejan was arrested on 17 July and charged on 18 July. He pleaded guilty to the charge of GBH on 22 August at the same court.
Investigating officer Det Con Thomas Parker of Maidenhead Force CID, said: “To viciously attack a lone woman late at night is almost beyond comprehension, and Bejan’s despicable actions that night have caused the victim to suffer severe physical and emotional pain.
“Bejan now has time in prison to reflect on the severity of his crime.
“I would like to commend the victim for her courage and bravery throughout this process, and hope the court result provides some measure of closure for her.”
 
 
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Irene Shearer (Police, NHW & Community Messaging Co-ordinator, Slough)

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