These are the faces of three men who are beginning lengthy prison sentences for killing a young man in Coventry.
Pavandeep Daudher was attacked as he stood at a city petrol station with his friend and soon bled to death having been stabbed in the thigh.
Among the five men who burst from a stolen car and ambushed him were Kane McCarron, Jason Cornwall and Riley Kavanagh.
Although none of them inflicted the fatal blow, they were convicted of manslaughter for their part in the fatal attack at a BP garage in Foleshill in March 2020.
Cornwall, 35, of Arundel Road, Cheylesmore, was yesterday jailed for 11 years at Warwick Crown Court, while Kavanagh, 21, of Drake Street, Foleshill, was handed nine years and McCarron, 19, of Portsea Close, Cheylesmore, jailed for seven years.
Cornwall and McCarron were also sentenced for a charge of robbery against Pavandeep’s friend Zac Challenor after the group chased after him in their car and stole his coat and jacket in a nearby street, where he was also stabbed in the foot as he tried to fend of the attack from inside his car.
Those sentences of four years for Cornwall and three years for McCarron will run concurrently to their manslaughter sentences.
A fourth man – Ethan Lilley, 24, of Queen Isabels Avenue, Cheylesmore – was also convicted of manslaughter and robbery during the same trial as the other three men last year and will be sentenced at a later date.
The images of the men were released by West Midlands Police, who investigated the killing on March 31, 2020, which came the night after an incident at Lilley’s home in Cheylesmore where a window was smashed.
At the sentencing hearing at Warwick Crown Court, Judge Sylvia de Bertodano said that Lilley and his co-defendants put together a plan of “retaliation” against Mr Challenor who they believed was involved, although the judge said there was no direct evidence that either he or Pavandeep had been involved.
During their hunt for Mr Challenor the following night, they finally found him parked up at the Foleshill petrol station and Lilley, Kavanagh, McCarron and Cornwall, as well as a fifth man, sprang from a stolen Ford Kuga armed with baseball bats and at least one knife.
The court heard that within the space of just 35 seconds, 19-year-old Pavandeep had been stabbed and the gang had returned to the Kuga and gone off in hot pursuit of Mr Challenor who had managed to flee in his car.
After chasing down and robbing Mr Challenor, the Kuga was eventually set on fire in an attempt to destroy evidence linking the men to the crime.
Two men were found guilty of assisting offenders by helping to burn out the Kuga in Coventry.
Lucas Hutchinson, 20, of Strathmore Avenue, Lower Stoke, and another 20-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were found guilty at a separate trial to the other four men.
Hutchinson was jailed for three years, while the other 20-year-old was handed a four-year sentence for assisting an offender, and also given a further five years on top of that for an unrelated firearms offence.
Judge de Bertodano described the death of Pavandeep as a “savage and senseless crime”.
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