Jayden Spakianos pleads guilty to stabbing security guard at SA shopping centre

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A Greek teenager from South Australia has pleaded guilty following the aggravated assault of a security guard at the Noarlunga Centre Interchange last year.

19-year-old Jayden James Spakianos. from Morphett Vale, had previously denied these allegations, but has now admitted he stabbed the innocent security guard.

According to The Advertiser, the incident occurred on August 17, 2023.

The victim, Scott Wimshurst, was at Noarlunga Centre on September 3, when Mr Spakianos and another male began to taunt him.

Scott Wimshurst
Scott Wimshurst was stabbed by Spakianos and left in hospital with critical injuries. Photo: 7 News.

Mr Wimshurst was left with a punctured lung, blood in his chest cavity and a collapsed lung.

Mr Spakianos faced Christies Beach Magistrates court on Thursday, February 22, where he pleaded guilty to the bus interchange incident.

Mr Spakianos will be sentenced in the Nunga Court in April.

Source: The Advertiser.

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