Send your news, photos and videos by texting bucksfreepress to 80360 or email
Men jailed for Wycombe Air Park attack
3:25pm Friday 8th February 2013 in News
FOUR men perceived to be “above the law” have been jailed for their involvement in a fight at a music event held at Wycombe Air Park.
A group of men set upon a 32-year-old man who sustained serious facial injuries in the attack at a music event at The Pad venue on August 14.
Anthony Jay Anderson, 26, from Spring Gardens Road, High Wycombe, was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for affray at yesterday’s hearing at Oxford Crown Court sitting for Aylesbury Crown Court.
He was also handed a 16 month prison term - to run consecutively - for a separate assault on March 12 in which a 21-year-old man suffered a fractured skull.
Carey Luvance DeFreitas, 27, of Micklefield Road, Clint Morris, 33, of Gayhurst Road, and Asher Anderson, 26, from Wembley all received a 15 month jail term for the Wycombe Air Park affray.
Wycombe Area Commander, Supt Gilbert Houalla, said: “The men have been sentenced for the crime that they committed and must now suffer the consequences of their actions.
“These men have been perceived by many in Wycombe as above the law and I would like to send out a strong message to the community, that nobody is above the law and if you commit a crime, you will be caught.”