(WOLVERHAMPTON, U.K.) Crown Court Report: A teenager who viciously beat a man as he walked home from a night out in Oldbury last year has been jailed for 7yrs-4-months last week #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Aug.09: Robin Foster repeatedly punched and kicked the man – who he bumped into just after midnight in a Sandwell street – and stamped on his head as he sought refuge in a petrol station forecourt: Foster shouted “yo mate” to his victim and asked for a cigarette as he spotted him in Park Street, Oldbury, last year: But seconds later, and without warning, the 19-year-old floored the stranger with a punch to the side of his head: He was chased almost a mile to the Shell garage in Churchbridge where he pleaded for a cashier to call the police before Foster, then aged 18, continued his savage attack:
The 34-year-old victim lost two teeth and suffered nasty cuts to his forehead; he was treated at the scene by paramedics while Foster ran away: We seized CCTV footage from the garage and released images in the hope someone would recognise the offender: It prompted a man to get in touch naming Foster and we arrested him from his home in Roway Lane, Oldbury:

Court Report: 19yr-old-teen has been sentenced to more than 7yrs for brutally attacking and beating a 34yr-old-victim last year

Clothing matching that worn by the attacker, including a distinctive Nike top, Calvin Klein body-warner and a chain shown on CCTV hanging from his jeans pocket, was found at the address: We charged him with wounding and at Wolverhampton Crown Court on 22 July he was jailed for seven years and four months having admitted the offence.Investigating officer, PC Andy Mimnagh, said: “This was a brutal, shocking attack and from what we understand totally unprovoked. The victim had missed his bus so started walking home when Foster called out to him…seconds later he was under attack.“The victim can be seen on the video curling up in a foetal position as he tried to defend himself. One customer at the petrol station thought they were play fighting before seeing blood pouring from the man’s nose and mouth.“I wish the victim well for the future and hopefully, when Foster is eventually released, he will take advantage of help offered to him and create a brighter future.”

Chief Inspector Gill Davenport from the Dudley & Sandwell Crimes Team, added: “Foster had no previous offences recorded against him; that should act as a clear warning to anyone who thinks random acts of violence are not taken seriously by the police or and courts: “This sentence demonstrates our joint commitment to reducing public place violence: “Tackling violent crime is a priority for us…everyone in Sandwell and Dudley deserves safe streets. We’ve increased patrols and are working with the Violence Reduction Unit to tackle the issue.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Aug.09: 2020:

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