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Thursday, 8 September 2011
Four men sentenced to over 19 years for assault
Four men have been sentenced to over 19 years at Carlisle Crown Court after assaulting a man at Haverigg prison on 23 September 2010.
Daryl Worrall, aged 23, Louis Otway, aged 31, Anthony Stephenson, aged 24 and James Stewart, aged 32, were all prisoners at Haverigg Prison, when they seriously assaulted a fellow prisoner.
All four pleaded guilty to the offence, Worrall was sentenced to five years, nine months. Otway, Stephenson and Stewart all received sentences of four and a half years each.
Detective Sergeant Ralph Henderson, said; “Cumbria Constabulary takes all allegations of violent crime seriously and investigates these matters thoroughly, irrespective of where they occur. People detained in Her Majesties Prisons have a right to serve their sentences in a safe and secure environment. The sentencing today reflects the gravity of the attack"