A group of six men and a teenager who took part in an organised fight armed with knives and other weapons in Westminster have been sentenced. The group received a total of 17 years and 10 months' imprisonment after they were sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court this week. Detective Constable Russell Bryan, the officer in charge of the investigation said: “These men, running around armed with knives and other weapons, had absolutely no regards for the massive surge of fear and panic that witnesses and members of the public were feeling due to their selfish actions. “Although two of those sentenced suffered injuries, it’s sheer luck that no one was killed in this dispute.” On 2 January 2019 at approximately 19:10hrs police were called to reports of a large fight involving 20 people armed with weapons in the area of Great Western Road and Harrow Road, W9. Officers attended but all suspects had fled the scene in various directions. An investigation was launched by officers, who identified two of those involved shortly after the incident itself. They were: [C] A 17-year-old boy who self-presented at hospital shortly after the fight with a large slash wound to his face and Salmon-Charles, who was treated near to the scene of the incident – he suffered a single stab wound to the chest.