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Three teenage boys ‘mercilessly’ murdered a man in front of his house with a 2ft ‘Rambo knife’, trial court


A court has tried three teenage boys who ‘callously’ murdered the father of a child on their doorstep, before ‘mocking’ the man’s partner when their girlfriend helped them escape.

Je Daine Carty, Cohan Daley and Ismaila Kamarra-Jarra, all 18, allegedly killed Frantisek Olah at their home in Basingstoke, Hampshire, just yards from their distraught spouse and their young child.

The trio were later heard ‘giggling’ and making jokes after they stabbed the 31-year-old with a knife ’20 times’.

Their 18-year-old girlfriends – Kelsea Byrne, Kaysha Saunders and Abbie Mills – were later accused of helping them flee the scene and conceal evidence.

Six teenagers are currently on trial at Winchester Crown Court following the horrific murder. Three boys are charged with murder and the girls are charged with aiding an offender. All denied the allegations.

Frantisek Olah was killed in front of her husband and child on the doorstep in May this year.  Three 18-year-old boys on trial at Winchester Crown Court charged with murder

Frantisek Olah was killed in front of her husband and child on the doorstep in May this year.  Three 18-year-old boys on trial at Winchester Crown Court charged with murder

Frantisek Olah was killed in front of her husband and child on the doorstep in May this year. Three 18-year-old boys on trial at Winchester Crown Court charged with murder

Mr Olah is believed to have died at the scene on May 22 this year after he lost an ‘abundant’ amount of blood from the stab wounds, up to 4.7 inches deep.

Prosecutor Sarah Jones KC said one of the knives used was a 26-inch Rambo knife, which had a 17-inch serrated blade section.

The victim was made known to one of the suspects, Carty, through the marijuana dealings, the court heard.

After the murder, one of the suspects suggested to a friend that Mr Olah had been killed following a drug dispute and because ‘he had malice against them’, the jury heard.

Ms Jones said: ‘On 22 May this year Frantisek Olah was relaxing at home with his partner, Chelsea Lee, and their young child – he is about to turn 31.

‘This is a case of these young men who came to his doorstep and mercilessly chopped him off.

Kelsea Byrne, 18, (pictured) is alleged to have helped them flee the scene and conceal evidence.  Various CCTV footage shown in court appeared to show Byrne and Kaysha Saunders' cars driving to and from different locations with the attackers.

Kelsea Byrne, 18, (pictured) is alleged to have helped them flee the scene and conceal evidence.  Various CCTV footage shown in court appeared to show Byrne and Kaysha Saunders' cars driving to and from different locations with the attackers.

Kelsea Byrne, 18, (pictured) is alleged to have helped them flee the scene and conceal evidence. Various CCTV footage shown in court appeared to show Byrne and Kaysha Saunders’ cars driving to and from different locations with the attackers.

‘At around 11pm three young men came to his door and in an amazingly short amount of time he was lying right inside his front door, bleeding to death from multiple stab wounds.’

By the time emergency services arrived to help Mr Olah, the prosecutor said, “it was too late”. Just after midnight, he was declared dead.

After the horrific attack, 3 boys with the help of their girlfriends escaped from the area, the court heard.

Ms Jones said: ‘The defendants’ subsequent conduct seemed to suggest they may have enjoyed and indulged in the power of cruelty that seemed to have possessed them.

‘Their girlfriends or friends tried to help them get out of that area and hide the incriminating evidence.’

The court held that the ‘speed and intensity of the attack’ meant the three girls ‘knew what was going to happen and the part they were about to play’.

The prosecutor then acted on behalf of Mr. Olah’s partner, Ms. Lee.

She said: ‘Mr Olah obviously can’t tell us what happened, but his partner, will do his best.

‘Chelsea was sitting watching something on TV before there was a knock on the door – not just a knock on the door.

‘He went to the door but then she heard a louder bang and heard him scream, like he was in pain.

Abbie Mills, 18, (pictured) was also charged with abetting a violator.  The court heard a taxi driver that evening heard Mills, for the crime scene being tense, say 'I'm really scared now' before being told to 'shut up' because of them. being in a taxi

Abbie Mills, 18, (pictured) was also charged with abetting a violator.  The court heard a taxi driver that evening heard Mills, for the crime scene being tense, say 'I'm really scared now' before being told to 'shut up' because of them. being in a taxi

Abbie Mills, 18, (pictured) was also charged with abetting a violator. The court heard a taxi driver that evening heard Mills, for the crime scene being tense, say ‘I’m really scared now’ before being told to ‘shut up’ because of them. being in a taxi

“She went through the hallway and found him lying on the floor with one of the men who had entered and the two of them directly behind.”

Carty was the first to infiltrate, Ms. Lee’s account said, and was carrying a ‘Rambo knife’.

Ms Jones said: ‘She heard [Carty] said something about giving them the keys – but in fact the car was not taken.

‘[Carty] was stabbing the upper body and Mr. Kamarra-Jarra, he was also stabbing and then the third time.

“They all stabbed, repeatedly and at speed – she thinks they stabbed him about 20 times before she yelled at Mr Carty, who was coming towards her.”

Ms. Lee retreated to their garden to ask a neighbor for help, shouting: ‘Someone has a knife in my house.’

The three teenagers were then seen ‘running down the street’, using the back entrance and making their way through the couple’s garden.

The court said when she returned to the house to hold her young child, Mr Olah was lying heavily on his blood, ‘very difficult to reach’.

Kaysha Saunders, 18, (pictured) was also charged with aiding a violator.  The prosecutor said Byrne and Saunders were together 'waiting to be called' to support the men and 'take them around'

Kaysha Saunders, 18, (pictured) was also charged with aiding a violator.  The prosecutor said Byrne and Saunders were together 'waiting to be called' to support the men and 'take them around'

Kaysha Saunders, 18, (pictured) was also charged with aiding a violator. The prosecutor said Byrne and Saunders were together ‘waiting to be called’ to support the men and ‘take them around’

A neighbor giving evidence to police said an attacker ‘appeared to be laughing’ as they fled the scene.

Mr Olah’s autopsy revealed the stab wounds had caused ‘catastrophic damage’, with a 4.7-inch-deep stab wound to his lung.

The report said the bleeding was profuse and his death was ‘inevitable’ due to rapid blood loss.

After the attack, there was a series of calls between the men and three young women, the jurors heard.

Police outside Mr Olah's home in Basingstoke after he was murdered on his doorstep in front of his partner and young child

Police outside Mr Olah's home in Basingstoke after he was murdered on his doorstep in front of his partner and young child

Police outside Mr Olah’s home in Basingstoke after he was murdered on his doorstep in front of his partner and young child

Various CCTV footage was shown at the courthouse, which appeared to show Byrne and Saunders’ cars driving to and from different locations with the attackers.

Ms Jones said Byrne and Saunders were together, ‘waiting to be called in’ to support the men and ‘take them around’.

The lawyer added: ‘What could be so important as to need all the meetings and phone calls in the early hours of the morning?’

The court heard that a taxi driver that evening heard Mills, for the crime scene erected, say “I’m really scared now” before being told to “shut up” because they are in a taxi.

Police at the scene after a child's father was murdered with a 2ft 'Rambo knife'

Police at the scene after a child's father was murdered with a 2ft 'Rambo knife'

Police at the scene after a child’s father was murdered with a 2ft ‘Rambo knife’

Ms Jones said: ‘The Crown suggests this is Abbie Mills investigating her boyfriend’s actions. What then happened was the men scattered. ‘

The court heard that Byrne had driven Carty and Kamarra-Jarra to Oxford.

Ms Jones told the court that Kamarra-Jarra had a friend in Oxford who said of their exchange: ‘He said he was hiding and killing someone because he raised the price of drugs and was evil. mean to them.’

Kamarra-Jarra told the friend they had ‘no intention’ to kill Mr Olah but told how he stabbed the man in the back and ‘twisted the knife’.

The prosecutor added: ‘They went to eat together and during the meal Mr Kamarra-Jarra and Mr Carty were making jokes and mocking what had happened. “

The Oxford liaison recalled during the taxi ride back from the meal Miss Lee called them accusing them of killing the baby’s father – both laughing, ‘giggling and mocking her’, the court heard .

Kamarra-Jarra and Carty were later arrested, as was Daley in Southampton.

All three boys, all from Basingstoke, denied murder.

Byrne, Saunders and Mills, also from Basingstoke, denied assisting inmates.

The trial – expected to last eight weeks – continues.

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