Canine stabber jailed and banned from retaining animals after horrific flat assault

A thug is behind bars after stabbing a canine and slashing it is proprietor in terrifying assault.

Gordon Bain kicked his his approach into Garry Kyle’s residence and went berserk with a kitchen knife after being refused entry.

The 34-year-old was jailed for nearly 4 years after the horrific incident on the property in Erskine, the Paisley Daily Express reviews.

Paisley Sheriff Court heard that Mr Kyle was at residence along with his pet Bruno when Bain known as him saying he was coming to his flat.

Regardless of being advised he could not are available, the thug pressured the door and launched his assault.

Sentencing him to a few years and eight months in jail, Sheriff Tom McCartney mentioned: “The gravity of those crimes is that there might be no different to a jail sentence.”

Procurator fiscal David McDonald beforehand advised the court docket that Garry Kyle lives on the property in Blantyre Courtroom.

On Sunday, January 31, final yr, Mr Kyle had obtained calls from Bain stating he was coming to the flat.

Bain confirmed up however when he was refused entry, he kicked within the door earlier than stabbing Mr Kyle and his canine.

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Mr McDonald advised Paisley Sheriff Court: “Garry Kyle heard the door being kicked, left the lounge and met Bain within the hallway and mentioned to him, ‘What you doing, get out the home.’

“The accused said ‘I am gonna slash you.’ This was heard by a neighbour, who contacted the police.

“Bain then produced a silver dealt with kitchen knife from his jacket and struck Mr Kyle on the face, inflicting in depth bleeding.

“The sufferer retreated to his bed room however was adopted by Bain who pinned him to the mattress and made repeated makes an attempt to strike him with the knife.

“Mr Kyle lifted his arms to guard his face which resulted in Bain repeatedly hanging his forearms.”

When finishing up the vicious assault, Bain said: “You have blanked me, suppose I am a daftie pondering you possibly can ignore my calls.”

Bain then said he would stab Mr Kyle’s canine Bruno if it got here close to him.

Mr McDonald defined: “Mr Kyle adopted and tried to take his cellphone from the lounge to contact police. This angered Bain and he tried to strike him however he fled to the kitchen and hid behind the door utilizing his physique weight to carry it shut.

“Bain continued his assault and started to strike the door with the knife after which turned his consideration to the canine and struck the canine on its facet, inflicting an in depth puncture wound.”

The court docket heard police attended and Mr Kyle was taken to Paisley’s Royal Alexandra Hospital for therapy.

Mr Kyle was handled for a two-inch laceration to the left facet of his face which required six stitches and this damage will end in everlasting scarring.

He was additional handled for puncture wounds to his arms, with accidents right here additionally inflicting everlasting scarring.

Bruno was taken to a vet who sedated him as a result of his “degree of misery.” Bruno was X-rayed to make sure no inner organs have been punctured and his stab wound was cleaned and closed with three staples.

The court docket additionally heard how Bain, described as a prisoner of Low Moss, repeatedly attacked Brian Lappin in Motehill Highway, Paisley, on October 16 final yr.

Bain grabbed Mr Lappin by the clothes, trying to take away him from his automobile, after which struck him on the top with a automotive key.

Mr Lappin suffered a 3.5cm laceration to the left facet of his brow, a 2cm laceration to the again of his head and a 1cm laceration to the highest of his head.

Defence agent, James Arrol advised the court docket that Bain understood a jail sentence was inevitable on this case.

Mr Arrol mentioned: “What Mr Bain needs to do is to take the punishment that the court docket offers him and on the finish, he needs to get again to a way of normality. He needs to get again to employment and needs to maneuver away from the realm.”

He defined that Bain had been struggling psychological well being issues within the run as much as the incident following the tragic loss of life of his sister and so “took to drink and medicines to cope with his feelings.”

Mr Arrol added: “He understands the difficulties he was getting himself in and he’s remorseful of his conduct.

“He recognises he has a problem with anger and intends to maneuver away from the realm for good.

“He understands he solely has himself guilty. He absolutely accepts what he has accomplished.”

On sentencing, Sheriff Tom McCartney mentioned: “The size of sentence has to replicate the gravity and seriousness of those nasty crimes.”

Sheriff McCartney jailed Bain for 44 months backdating this to his date of remand on October 20, 2021.

As well as, Bain was made topic to a supervised launch order for one yr with Sheriff McCartney saying this was crucial “to guard the general public from severe hurt.”

Bain was additionally banned from proudly owning or retaining any animal for 5 years.


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