Brothers jailed after Long Eaton assault leaves victim with concussion

Posted on 25th February 2015

Two brothers who admitted assaulting a man after a night out in Long Eaton have been jailed.

The 37-year-old victim suffered concussion and needed hospital treatment after he was attacked outside the Lockstone pub in the Market Place.

During the assault, which happened in the early hours of March 29 last year, the victim was punched to the floor and kicked in the head.

Brothers Daniel and Michael Hyams were arrested in connection with the incident and charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

They both pleaded guilty and were sentenced at Derby Crown Court on February 13.

Daniel Hyams, 29, of West Avenue, Sandiacre, was jailed for 16 months. Michael Hyams, 31, of Oxford Street, Long Eaton, was locked up for 18 months.

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