Man jailed for stabbing - High Wycombe


A man appeared at Reading Crown Court on Tuesday, 05 November 2013, and was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for stabbing two men in High Wycombe earlier this year.

 Alinjah 'Junior' Williams' aged 25, of Bhurtpore Barracks, Tidworth Garrison, Hampshire was sentenced to ten-and-a-half years in prison for a charge of wounding with intent, and 18 months for a charge of GBH, which is to run consecutively.

He pleaded guilty to the charges on 02 October.

At around 3.30am on 07 April,  Williams was at a music party at the Hilltop Community Centre,  Crest Road, High Wycombe, which was just coming to an end and had been attended by between 50 and 60 people.

The DJ at the event and his brother had loaded music equipment into a van, parked outside the community centre, when Williams was seen removing a speaker from the van.

The DJ's brother, aged 24, confronted Williams about this and was then stabbed with a knife and sustained severe wounds to the abdomen and neck.

As people came forward to separate the fight, another man, aged 28, was stabbed in the abdomen.

Williams left in a vehicle and was arrested later that afternoon.

The 24-year-old victim was taken to Wycombe Hospital and was later transferred to Stoke Mandeville Hospital where he underwent surgery.

The 28-year-old victim also attended hospital where he was treated for a minor stab wound.