Robber faces retrial over stabbing

Islington

A robber accused of repeatedly knifing his blind childhood friend is facing a retrial after the jury failed to reach a verdict. Darren Harrison, 50, was stabbed in the head, neck and chest shortly after opening the door of his flat in Islington, north London, to Terence Jobber, 43, on 26 January, jurors heard. Jobber admits robbing Harrison but denied stabbing him and the jury failed to reach verdicts against him on charges of attempted murder and wounding with intent…

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