The Daily Telegraph

Killing isn’t always bad, says man who stabbed neighbour

- By Berny Torre

A “COLD-BLOODED” murderer who stabbed his neighbour to death in a row over motorbike noise outside his home has been jailed for life after telling police: “Killing people is not always a bad thing.”

Jamie Crosbie, 48, stabbed Dean Allsop 17 times after his teenage son revved the engine of a motorbike in April last year.

Norfolk Police described a scene of “carnage” when officers arrived, after Crosbie had also stabbed Mr Allsop’s partner, Louise Newell, and neighbour Kerryn Kray, who had come out to help.

Father-of-three Mr Allsop, of Thorpe St Andrew, Norfolk, was pronounced dead at the scene at 8.18pm on April 14 last year.

Crosbie was yesterday told he would serve a minimum of 28 years after being convicted of murder and wounding with intent following a trial last month.

He was also convicted of the wounding with intent of Ms Newell and Ms Kray, and he admitted three counts of possessing an offensive weapon.

 ?? ?? A still from a police body-worn camera of Jamie Crosbie being arrested in April last year
A still from a police body-worn camera of Jamie Crosbie being arrested in April last year

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