Police welcome jail sentences for trio who attacked Market Drayton man in his flat
Police have welcomed jail sentences handed down to three men who "viciously" attacked a man in his own home in Market Drayton.
Llewellyn, Supersad and Bratton went to Jamie Jackson's home on April 7 2018 and attacked him with a rock, knocking him unconscious and breaking his jaw.
The three denied grievous bodily harm with intent but were found guilty by a jury at Shrewsbury Crown Court earlier this month.
Following the sentencing, Detective Constable Darren Holmes of Shrewsbury CID said: "We welcome the result and sentencing which reflects the viciousness of the attack on the victim and I hope that it brings some sense of justice to him."
All three men were also ordered not to contact Jamie Jackson for the next ten years.
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