Man Convicted for Double Assault in Harrow

Aaron Sinclair, 24 has been convicted for assault and GBH on two separate occasions.

Mr Sinclair was guilty of two counts of GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm), attempt of murder and possession of cannabis by a jury in Harrow Crown Court on Thursday 17th of January.

On May Sinclair left a victim with a neck wound after 00:40hrs on Press Road, NW10 on the 27th of May 2017. He shared a few words with  his victim which caused the victim to square up to him. The victim saw a knife on Sinclair and made a run for his car.

Sinclair chased after him and stabbed his victim in the neck through the open drivers side window. The victim escaped and ended up at Wembley Police Station were he was given medical assistance.

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The Police requested the London Ambulance Service to attend, the victim was taken a Central London hospital were his injuries were confirmed to be life changing.

On September 19, 2017 Sinclair found his next victim, a 52 yr old male.The victim was driving on Heather Road, NW2 when he was put to a stop.

Sinclair demanded the victim give him £800 when he refused he punched the victim and proceeded to stab him in the chin. Medical staff at the Central London hospital stated that the wound had just missed a fatal artery.

Acting Detective Sergeant John Gillespie, from the North-West Command Unit spoke on this matter and says;

“On both occasions, the victims were extremely lucky that Sinclair’s actions did not kill them. He’s a violent individual and I’m very grateful to the jury and witnesses for helping us to secure this conviction. A massive thank you also goes to my colleagues at Wembley police stations who’s actions most certainly saved a life.”

Sinclair will be sentenced on March 8.

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