Stoke & Staffordshire

Fourth person sentenced over Andreas Fantousi stabbing

Andreas Fantousi (pic: Staffordshire Police)
Image caption Andreas Fantousi was stabbed during a disturbance outside his house in Tunstall

A man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for the manslaughter of a father-of-two from Stoke-on-Trent.

Andreas Fantousi was stabbed in the neck during an argument outside his house in Tunstall last November.

Ricky Gregory, 23, of Bond Street in Tunstall, will also serve four years for violent disorder, which will run concurrently.

Three other people have already been sentenced for their parts in the attack.

Sheree Smith, 19, was earlier convicted of the murder of Mr Fantousi. She was sentenced in August to life in prison and ordered to serve at least 18 years.

Michael Gordon, 22, was convicted of manslaughter and was told he would serve at least 10 years in jail.

A second 19-year-old, Sophie Manning, was also convicted of violent disorder in connection with Mr Fantousi's death. She was sentenced to three years in a young offenders institution.

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