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Jordan Brown found guilty of murder


Jordan Brown has been found guilty of murder after stabbing his friend, Jordan Davies just days before Christmas on Holton Road in Barry.

Jordan Davies, 23 was murdered on the afternoon of Monday December 16th on Holton Road in Barry, near Iceland supermarket.

Previously Brown described the events that led to Mr Davies death and admitted using a knife to stab him but said: "I was in fear for my life, I genuinely thought he was going to kill me."

It was the prosecution case that Brown murdered Mr Davies "by repeatedly and intentionally stabbing him, causing him injuries to his chest, stomach and arm that then caused his death".

Emergency services were called to the scene just after 4pm and, despite an emergency operation being carried out in the street in a bid to save his life, Mr Davies died an hour later at the scene.

Jordan Brown, aged 25 will be sentenced on Friday, October 2nd.

A spokesperson for South Wales Police said: “Today concludes a South Wales Police Major Crime Investigation into the murder of Jordan Davies which took place in Holton Road Barry,

“Following a confrontation in the street with his then friend, Jordan Brown, he was stabbed three times with one fatal wound to his chest

“Mr Davies collapsed and Brown fled from the scene, discarding his clothes in a nearby lane.


“Despite the best efforts of members of the public and extensive medical treatment by medical professionals who attended the scene, Mr Davies sadly did not survive.

“Jordan Davies’ family have shown tremendous courage and dignity. They have waited patiently due to delays brought about by the current pandemic to see justice delivered.

“We hope the outcome at Cardiff Crown Court today can go some way in helping them to recover from this tragedy.

“This tragic case yet again highlights the devastating and far-reaching consequences of knife crime.

“I cannot stress enough the importance of loved ones reporting their concerns if they suspect someone they know is carrying a knife or involved in knife crime.

“Speaking out could, quite simply, save a life.”

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Matt Powell gave his reaction:

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