Kent man jailed for pub stabbing

A man in Kent has been jailed for stabbing another person in a pub in Northfleet last October.
Sergej Kiseliov, 21, had a dispute over a game of pool after being told he could not join in the game.
Kiseliov, assaulted his housemate with a bread knife in the kitchen, causing multiple stab wounds.
He was sentenced to 14 months in prison after pleading guilty to grievous bodily harm without intent.
Image: Kent Police
Image: Kent Police

Police Constable Nick Shaw, Kent Police’s investigating officer for the case, said: ‘Kiseliov’s decision to seriously assault a man over an issue as trivial as a game of pool show him to be an extremely dangerous and violent individual.

‘His decision to use a knife to repeatedly wound the victim only aggravates the offence and I am pleased that we have been able to secure a custodial sentence.

‘We have zero tolerance for those who choose to use a knife as a weapon and I am pleased that our investigation was able to have Kiseliov detained overseas and brought back to the UK to face justice.’
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