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World'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'

17:36  25 june  2019
17:36  25 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Lee Pomeroy was attacked and killed on a train from Guildford to Waterloo in January

An IT consultant on a day out with his son was stabbed 18 times and died following a row with a man on a train, a court has heard.

Darren Pencille, 36, is said to have knifed 51-year-old Lee Pomeroy in the neck during an argument on the Guildford to London Waterloo train on January 4.

Mr Pomeroy, who would have celebrated his 52nd birthday the day after the attack, was on his way to the capital for a day trip with his 14-year-old son.

He died on the platform at Horsley station a little over an hour later, the Old Bailey heard today.

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The court was told the row is thought to have started when Pencille accused Mr Pomeroy of blocking the carriage's aisle.

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Pencille called Mr Pomeroy a 'c**t' and a 'pu**y' before the victim was heard telling him 'you shouldn't have humiliated me in front of my kid,' witnesses said

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Darren Pencille started arguing with Mr Pomeroy minutes after getting on the train, apparently over whether Mr Pomeroy was blocking the aisle

Prosecutor Jacob Hallam QC told jurors: 'On Saturday January 5, Lee Pomeroy was to celebrate his 52nd birthday.

'At 1.01pm on Friday January 4, Mr Pomeroy and his 14-year-old son boarded a train at London Road Station in Guildford, in Surrey, bound for London Waterloo. Lee Pomeroy did not leave that train alive.'

Mr Hallam said both Pencille and the Pomeroys boarded the train within seconds of each other, albeit through different doors.

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Pomeroy was taking his son (pictured with him when he was younger) to London on the day he was attacked and was heard saying: 'You shouldn't have humiliated me in front of my kid'

Moments later, an argument broke out between the two men, apparently over whether Mr Pomeroy was blocking the aisle.

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The prosecutor said: 'As he made his way down the carriage it may be that one or both the Pomeroys were blocking his way, because Mr Pencille chose to say something to them, and the something that he said was perhaps a bit snide, because he said to them 'Ignorance is bliss'.

'And he didn't just say it once. It appears he said it twice.

'That prompted Lee Pomeroy to respond, to ask what it was that he meant by those words, repeated on the face of it twice.

'An argument began between them, and it was an argument that became heated, and it became heated pretty quickly.'

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Both Pencille and his girlfriend, Chelsea Mitchell, are on trial at London's Old Bailey

Witnesses gave different accounts of snatches of the row they had overheard.

Two passengers sitting together reported hearing Pencille calling Mr Pomeroy a 'c**t' and a 'pu**y', with one saying he 'was the aggressor'.

Pencille is also said to have threatened: 'You touch me, you touch me and see what happens at the next stop.'

The court heard Mr Pomeroy demanded an apology, replying: 'You shouldn't have humiliated me in front of my kid.'

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Both men were shouting at each other and Pencille became 'very angry, very quickly', jurors were told.

During the row, Pencille phoned someone as an indirect way of making threats, the court heard, but Mr Pomeroy thought he was bluffing.

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Chelsea Mitchell, who is on bail, is accused of assisting an offender 'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited She is pictured arriving at court today

Prosecutor Mr Hallam explained: 'The words she heard him say into the phone were "I'm going to kill this man" and "He'll be dead".

'Mr Pomeroy reacted to that and she recalls him saying "you got through to them quick", and so it appears, doesn't it, that by those words that Lee Pomeroy did not think Mr Pencille had actually spoken to anyone.

'But he had. Because analysis of his call data showed that he had spoken at the time to someone. And that someone was the second defendant, his girlfriend.

'A little after 1pm, and moments before he struck the first blow into Mr Pomeroy the first defendant told the second defendant that he was going to kill someone.'

Another passenger recorded a section of the argument on her phone.

Mr Hallam read a transcript of the recording, telling jurors Pencille said: 'C**t, you heard what I said; you f**king heard what I said.

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'Go put your hand on me,' Pencille continued before adding: 'I dare you, I dare you. Put your hand on me, because it won't end nicely.'

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The scene at Horsley station in Surrey, where Mr Pomeroy died after the knife attack

The prosecutor said: 'As we know, within seconds of that Lee Pomeroy had received the first wound with the knife this defendant wielded; a blow to the neck which was within minutes of its infliction to end his life.'

The prosecutor added: 'Within five minutes of boarding [the train], Lee Pomeroy had been stabbed in the neck by the first defendant Darren Pencille.

'That wound to the neck was the first of 18 injuries with a knife that Mr Pencille inflicted on Lee Pomeroy on that train on that day.

'A little over an hour after he boarded the train, and despite the best efforts of the emergency services who rushed to save his life, Lee Pomeroy was dead.'

As medics rushed to treat his victim, Pencille is said to have fled with the help of his girlfriend Chelsea Mitchell, 28, who allegedly ferried him away from the scene, sheltered him at her home and bought hair clippers and razors to help him change his appearance.

The pair are also said to have searched for CCTV of the alleged murder.

'Touch me and see what happens at the next stop': Rail passenger 'stabbed IT consultant 18 times after row over him blocking aisle as victim took his son, 14, on day trip to London the day before his 52nd birthday'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Police at Hosley train station near Guildford during the investigation into the attack

The prosecutor said: 'As the emergency services rushed to save Mr Pomeroy's life, so the first defendant rushed away from the scene of his crime.

'To help him do that, he telephoned his girlfriend, the second defendant Chelsea Mitchell.'

Jurors heard she collected him, driving first to her flat in Farnham before heading down to the south coast, eventually returning later that same evening.

'In the course of that day Mr Pencille cleaned himself up and changed his appearance,' Mr Hallam added.

'The two of them, the Crown say, also engaged in research on the internet about what it was that Mr Pencille had done to Mr Pomeroy.'

Pencille, of no fixed address, denies murder while Mitchell, from Farnham in Surrey, denies assisting an offender.

The trial continues.

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