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Pictured: Custody picture of Jamie Steele<br />
Re: Jamie Steele, who attacked six people in one evening during a drug-fuelled "rampage" has been jailed for nine years by Swansea Crown Court.<br />
23 year old Steele, had been out of jail for a few weeks before he attacked three students in Carmarthen with his fists and then stabbed them with a screwdriver in west Wales.<br />
One stab punctured a victim's lung and came within an inch of his heart.<br />
Steele admitted grievous bodily harm, wounding with intent, assault and possessing an offensive weapon.<br />
The Court heard after attacking the students Steele went to a pub with his co-accused Joshua Kai Davies, 18.<br />
After being refused drinks at the Coracle, Steele pushed landlady Elizabeth Rees to the ground, fracturing her wrist, and told her: "I could kill you in a second."<br />
He then knocked chef Alan Keith Davies unconscious and stamped on his head as he lay on the ground and punched a customer in the face.<br />
He warned Steele, of no fixed address, could face a life sentence if he came back before the court for another offence of violence.<br />
Co-accused Davies, who admitted two offences of affray, was given a two-year community order, ordered to complete 120 hours of unpaid work and given a curfew for 12 weeks.
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Pictured: Custody picture of Jamie Steele
Re: Jamie Steele, who attacked six people in one evening during a drug-fuelled "rampage" has been jailed for nine years by Swansea Crown Court.
23 year old Steele, had been out of jail for a few weeks before he attacked three students in Carmarthen with his fists and then stabbed them with a screwdriver in west Wales.
One stab punctured a victim's lung and came within an inch of his heart.
Steele admitted grievous...
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