A Londoner who stabbed a man in the stomach in Bicester has been jailed for eight years.
Tashan Campbell, pictured, of Essex Close, Waltham Forrest, was given the sentence, with an extended two years on licence, at Oxford Crown Court on Friday.
The 23-year-old stabbed a man in his thirties in Merlin Way in October 2016.
Campbell was convicted of GBH with intent and possession of an offensive weapon by unanimous jury following a trial at the same court in March.
The victim and Campbell were involved in an argument at the former’s home at around 1.30am on October 1.
Campbell was asked to leave the house and the argument continued out into the street, where he stabbed the victim and then ran off.
The victim raised the alarm and was taken to hospital. He received a stab wound to the abdomen which required a lengthy stay in hospital.
Campbell was arrested the same day and was charged on February 18, 2017.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Richard Lewis, of Force CID, said: “Thames Valley Police will not tolerate those who seek to carry out violent crimes and we will investigate them fully and bring them to justice.”