Moment knifeman hits his victim in the neck because it takes too long to pay at a service station


Moment knifeman hits his neck victim to take too long to pay a drink at a gas station – while a policeman observes a few meters away the man stabbed a victim to the neck to "take too much time" at the end of a Asda gas station Jack Oldfield, 26, stabbed Robert Taylor, 30, in Woodville, Derbyshire, in July. The attack was captured on CCTV and happened a few yards from a police officerOldfield was sentenced to eight years in prison at the Derbyshire Crown Court for the attack after accusing Taylor of having taken too long to choose a drink

Joseph Laws for Mailonline

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9:20 pm EST, 6 December 2018

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9:21 pm EST, December 6th 2018

Jack Oldfield, of Swadlincote, Derbyshire, was sentenced to eight years in prison as a result of the attack. This is the moment when a man stabbed the victim around his neck to "take too much time" at an Asda gas station – while the police were only a few meters away. CCTV footage captured Jack Oldfield, Swadlincote, Derbyshire , pulling a knife out of his pocket and stabbing Robert Taylor who had accused of spending too much time choosing a drink from the gas station in Woodville. Oldfield, 26, has now appeared in court, where he pleaded guilty to intentionally wounding, and three counts of having brought a blade weapon after stabbing thirty-year-old Taylor, around 10.50 pm, ; July 11th of this year. Scroll down for the video

Oldfield is seen on CCTV over in front of Mr. Taylor out of the store. Then he pulled a knife from his pocket and stabbed it in the neck. CCTV cameras were captured when Mr Taylor stood in front of Oldfield outside the gas station shop, and stabbed – in front of police officer Kim Wheldon, who had just finished supplying his car to the garage. PC Wheldon promptly arrested Oldfield before asking for his support, the Derby Crown Court was informed. Oldfield also had an imitation weapon, which he tried to unload into the police car after he was arrested.

Mr. Taylor stood in front of Oldfield outside the gas station shop and stabbed – in front of police officer Kim Wheldon, who had just finished refueling his car, seen at the far left. He said after the case: "This was a completely unprovoked attack on an innocent man who had gone out in the store that night in July." Oldfield had dried up waiting in line because he felt that Mr. Taylor had taken too long to choose a drink. There was an argument and Oldfield took out a knife from his pocket and stabbed "The old man even tried to hide the knife he had used and he even left an imitation padding in the police car in an attempt to hide it. "It was only good luck that Taylor's injuries were not more serious." Although these types of accidents are rare, Oldfield's judgment reflects the fact that the courts take them very seriously. "I would like to offer my best wishes to Mr Taylor, on behalf of the force, and I hope you can find some comfort in knowing that Oldfield is out of our way. "Oldfield was convicted on Friday, November 16th. He was sentenced to eight years in prison.

The court heard that Oldfield had dried up waiting in line because he felt that Mr Taylor had taken too long to choose a drink. So he used this knife, above, to stab Robert Taylor in the neck
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