MK Teen Jailed After She Left Man With Badly Hurt

16 January 2019, 18:51 | Updated: 16 January 2019, 18:53


Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a 19 year-old woman from the Milton Keynes area has been sentenced for a grievous bodily harm.

It's after a 24 year-old man was assaulted in Campbell Park at around 1230am on 22nd June 2017; leaving him with severe facial bruising, lacerations and fractures to his back.

Stephanie Lowe, 19 of no fixed address pleaded guilty at Aylesbury Crown Court to one count of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and one count of theft on 11 December 2018.

She has now been sentenced to six years’ imprisonment at the same court.

Lowe failed to attend court on 13 August 2018, two others were sentenced for the same incident on 15 October 2018.

Georgie Warford, 20, of Conniburrow Boulevard in Milton Keynes was convicted of grievous bodily harm and sentenced to six years’ imprisonment.

A woman, 19, of Milton Keynes, was also convicted of assisting an offender and sentenced to eight months’ imprisonment.

Investigating officer Detective Constable John Swallow of Milton Keynes Force CID said:

"The three people who played a role in this distressing case have now been handed jail sentences.

Stephanie Lowe pleaded guilty to charges which relate to an incident in which the victim ended up spending three weeks in hospital following the attack.

Lowe ignored a warrant issued for her arrest, however the hard work of officers and the bravery of the victim means that when she did attend court she pleaded guilty to both the charges, saving the victim from the ordeal of a trial.”