Doncaster biker attacks 67-year-old

Doncaster biker attacks 67-year-old

Doncaster biker attacks 67-year-old

Sheffield Crown Court heard how a Doncaster biker deliberately drove his quad bike into a 67-year-old man and his 4-year-old granddaughter.

It is reported that Jordan Fisher, 28, was accompanied by a group of bikers riding in Warren House Park in Doncaster at around midday on May 5.

The victims wife spotted the nuisance bikers, and began filming the group, warning them that she would report them to authorities.

Fisher is said to have threatened the victim, before driving straight at the 67-year old man, knocking him to the floor

His four-year-old granddaughter was also hit, and the bike came to a stop before Fisher drove away laughing.

The male victim sustained a fracture behind the knee, and his granddaughter was left with bruises and swelling to her face.

Addressing Sheffield Crown Court, Edward Moss, mitigating, said:

“This defendant has been absolutely wracked with guilt from day one.

“He is a father of two children.

“The mere thought he could have injured a child in this way absolutely crucifies him.

“He knows there can be no excuses for what happened that day. He was a family man. He has not seen his children since he was remanded into custody.

“It’s fair to say retribution has been sought.

“He was identified on Facebook. His dogs have been poisoned. His family have received threats from the local community.”

Fisher, the Doncaster man branded a nuisance biker following his attack on a 67-year-old man, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, unlawfully causing grievous bodily harm and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

He also has previous convictions for interfering with a witness, in 2008, affray in 2010, and possession of drugs in 2019.

He has now been sentenced to two years in prison and disqualified from driving for 24 months.

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