Joseph George Johnson of Fieldside, Scarborough, was sentenced last week and received six years’ detention for aggravated burglary and 30 months’ detention for assault with intent to commit robbery.
In a separate offence on 31 May 2020, Johnson held a screwdriver to the face of a 19-year-old man in an area known as Jonno’s field in Scarborough, stabbing him once in the face, demanding that his victim and his two friends hand over their money, before stabbing him in the face a second time.
Johnson was charged with assault with intent to commit robbery in respect of the attack in the field on 31 May and was charged with aggravated burglary with intent, in respect of the incident on 21 June.
He was charged with supplying cannabis following his arrest in October 2019 when officers recovered drug paraphernalia and cannabis from his home address.
He pleaded guilty to all three offences and was sentenced at York Crown Court on 8 April 2021.
His accomplice in the attack on the family home was referred to a Youth Justice Panel.