SLOUGH: Three men who punched, kicked and stamped on a 22-year-old man in a car park in Farnham Road, Slough have been jailed for a total of 37 years.
Yasir Mohammed, 23, formerly of Monksfield Way, Slough, Haidar Anwar, 22 and Rehman Anwar, 27, both of Crayle Street, Slough, were sentenced at Reading Crown Court , Asian Image has reported.
Mohammed and Haider Anwar received jail sentences of 13 years each, with Rehman Anwar sentenced to 11 years. All three were found guilty of grievous bodily harm by a jury. Mohammed was convicted on November 22, and Haidar and Rehman Anwar were found guilty on March 23.
The attack happened at around 2.45am on May 14 last year. The victim was punched, kicked, has his head stamped on and was hit with a piece of metal, leaving him unconscious. He was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries, but was discharged following treatment.
Mohammed was arrested on the same day, with Haidar Anwar being arrested on May 16, 2019, then Rehman Anwar the following day. They were all charged over the same three day period.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Will Crowther, of Slough police station, said: “I am pleased with the sentences handed out, following this violent and appalling attack on the victim in a public area. “The sentences reflect the seriousness with which the courts will deal with offenders who commit such violent crimes, and Thames Valley Police will actively pursue offenders who commit such offences.