Man Jailed for Manslaughter in Slough Stabbing Case

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Man Jailed for Manslaughter in Slough Stabbing Case

Following an extensive investigation by Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit, a man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for the manslaughter of Temur Qureshi. The tragic incident occurred in Slough on Friday, May 31.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

Jack Patterson, an 18-year-old resident of Stile Road in Slough, pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter at Reading Crown Court on April 2. Additionally, he was found guilty of possessing a bladed article during a trial held at the same court on April 15th. However, the jury acquitted him of the murder charge.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

The incident unfolded around 11:20 on September 30 last year when officers responded to a report of a stabbing on Hampden Road in Slough. The victim, 19-year-old Temur Qureshi from Slough, was treated by South Central Ambulance Service but tragically died at the scene. A Home Office post-mortem examination revealed that Temur succumbed to a haemorrhage and a stab wound to the left lung.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

Detective Inspector Alice Broad, the senior investigating officer from the Major Crime Unit, expressed her condolences to Temur’s family and acknowledged their dignified conduct throughout the investigation and subsequent trial. She emphasised the devastating impact of knife crime on families and friends, echoing Temur’s own words about the seriousness of this issue.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

Temur had previously written about knife crime following the murder of his friend Adbul Aziz Ansari, stating: “Imagine you’re walking home from school one day, feeling excited about your weekend plans. Suddenly, you hear a commotion up the road. You see a group of people shouting and arguing, then one of them pulls out a knife. Your heart starts racing, you feel scared and helpless. Sadly, this is a reality for far too many people, and it’s why we need to talk about the seriousness of knife crime violence and act upon it.”

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

The number of knife-related deaths in England and Wales during 2021/22 reached the highest level in 76 years, prompting urgent action. Temur’s heartfelt plea emphasised the need for a collective effort to combat this pandemic of violence. He highlighted that when someone wields a knife to harm another person, they not only hurt the victim but also devastate an entire family, leaving invisible scars that forever alter lives.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

Slough’s local policing area commander, Superintendent Helen Kenny, reiterated the commitment to tackling knife crime. She emphasised collaboration with partners to address the root causes of violence and work toward ending knife-related incidents in the town. Officers continue to take a robust approach, targeting those who carry weapons. If you use or carry weapons in Slough, expect swift intervention, arrest, and potential imprisonment.

Man Jailed For Manslaughter In Slough Stabbing Case

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