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A 17-year-old who cut the throat of a man during an argument in a pub has been jailed for four years, and a judge lifted his anonymity.

Kyrese Cashley, of Whitley, Berkshire, struck Steven Amor’s neck with a Stanley knife on March 17 of this year.

The Reading Crown Court heard it was ‘unclear’ who started the fight at the Pheasant Pub in Reading, but there had been ‘an element of provocation’ and ‘there may well have been some racial comments’.

In an earlier case, when Cashley was just 15 years old, he struck 56-year-old cyclist Richard Smart with a plastic stick, resulting in a heart attack and brain damage on May 20, 2018.

The teenager, who had already been convicted of driving stolen property and taking an aggravated vehicle, was merciful and was saved from jail, instead receiving a juvenile rehabilitation order.

Cashley appeared in Reading Crown Court via video link from HMP Feltham today and was taken into custody at a juvenile institute for intentional wounding, which he had denied, and possession of a knife, which he admitted.

Judge Norton had told Cashley: ‘I cannot ignore the fact that, at his young age, he already has an extremely disturbing record of violent crime, despite years of intervention by various agencies to support him in a different path.

‘The Juvenile Delinquency Services report provides a picture of deteriorating engagement and defiant behavior. A history of non-compliance with court orders and ongoing crimes is extremely concerning.

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Following a press request, it can now be revealed that Cashley was the 15-year-old who was saved from jail and a different judge gave him a lenient juvenile rehabilitation order, after he caused a cyclist to have a heart attack and suffer brain damage. hitting him with a plastic stick while the victim was out …

when Cashley was just 15 years old, he beat 56-year-old cyclist Richard Smart with a plastic pole, causing him to suffer a heart attack and brain damage on May 20, 2018

Speaking of the attack on Mr. Amor, Judge Norton said: ‘Whatever the provocation, that cannot in any way justify the use of a knife under any circumstances and certainly not hurt Mr. Amor in the way that he did. , cutting it across the throat.

Fortunately, the injury suffered by Mr. Amor was very minor, but it could easily have been extremely serious. In fact, it could have been fatal.

While awaiting trial on May 28, Cashley posted a photo of himself on Facebook with the caption: “A6333EL, this is my prison number. I’m Feltham, if anyone wants to get in touch, yell at me.”

Judge Norton told him that his publications had influenced his decision to lift the information restrictions that had prevented the press from naming the boy in all his previous court appearances, saying that “you put yourself in the public domain.”

In October last year (2019), Judge Edward Burgess QC convicted Cashley and the youngest child of the attack on Mr. Smart, telling them: ‘What he did to Mr. Smart was terrible. You could have killed him.

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‘He had a heart attack. He suffered life-changing injuries.

“It’s always depressing when people as young as you two are in court and I hope the court doesn’t have to see them again.”

Judge Burgess sentenced Cashley to a 12-month juvenile rehabilitation order, with a supervision requirement, 60 hours of repair, and a three-month curfew plus one that he was already serving, as well as a five-year restraining order. That prevented you from seeing Mr. Smart.

Just a month later, Cashley was summoned back to Reading Crown Court after the judge heard that she had violated her juvenile order. The boy did not attend and told the judge that he had back problems.

The teenager, who had already been convicted of driving stolen property and taking an aggravated vehicle, was merciful and saved himself from jail, instead receiving a juvenile rehabilitation order after the attack on the cyclist when he was 15 + 4 years old.
The teenager, who had already been convicted of driving stolen property and taking aggravated vehicles, showed mercy and was saved from jail, instead of receiving a juvenile rehabilitation order after the attack on the cyclist when he was 15 years old.

When Cashley was brought in with an arrest warrant two weeks later, an irate Judge Burgess told him: ‘I am not a glorified social worker, I am a Crown Court judge. I’m not here to be corny forever and one day.

You may think this is all the stuff and nonsense of some windbag judge sitting here in a silly cape, but it’s not. Frankly, I think you’ve been kidding yourself since I imposed this Order on you.

By giving Cashley one last chance, Judge Burgess saved him from jail once again, but in January this year the teenager was back, having shown “blatant disregard” for the juvenile order.

Calling the infractions “disturbing and annoying,” Judge Burgess detained Cashley at the juvenile delinquency institute for four months.

Cashley was arrested and charged with unintentionally causing serious bodily injury under section 20 after the attack, which he and the 12-year-old boy admitted. +4
Cashley was arrested and charged with unintentionally causing serious bodily injury under section 20 after the attack, which he and the 12-year-old boy admitted.

On the day of his release, March 6, Cashley posted a photo of himself on Facebook with the caption “new home” and described himself as “the best of HMP.”

The teenager had complained that Mr. Smart “became rude to me” before joining forces with a 12-year-old boy, who gave the older man a flying kick.

Speaking about his ordeal, Mr. Smart, an appliance specialist at Curry’s PC World, had said: ‘I was clinically dead for 10 minutes, parts of my brain died.

‘My memory is absolutely shattered. I think about saying something to my partner and as soon as I open my mouth, it disappears. It may never come back.

“Everything has gone wrong since the assault. I’m a totally different person. ‘

Cashley was arrested and charged with unintentionally causing serious bodily injury under section 20 after the attack, which he and the 12-year-old boy admitted.

However, in October 2018 he committed another offense when he was caught with a knife, for which he received a juvenile rehabilitation order.

Today, Cashley received no separate sanction for violating a conditional discharge, which was imposed on January 22 for an offence off battery in relation another incident when  he accosted a stranger in a pub.

Kyrese Cashley Quicks and Facts

Kyrese Cashley, struck Steven Amor’s neck with a Stanley knife on March 17
Cashley has several prior convictions, including one for attacking a bicyclist.
He was sentenced today to four years and his anonymity was revoked by a judge.

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