Teen who stabbed another youth at Langley City bus loop gets jail sentence

Jordan Leclerc, 18, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault for stabbing a Langley boy in the neck and back.

A Langley teen who stabbed a youth at the Langley City bus loop in June 2014 was sentenced to 84 days in jail, three years probation, a lifetime firearms prohibition and $200 victim surcharge.

Back in November, Jordan Leclerc, 18, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault  for stabbing a Langley boy in the neck and back. Leclerc was sentenced in Surrey Provincial Court on Wednesday. He has been in jail since his arrest the day of the stabbing.

Last June, the teens got into a fight at the Logan Avenue bus exchange in broad daylight.

After the fight, Leclerc was arrested nearby. Both involved are known to each other and to police. The victim didn’t co-operate with police, said Langley RCMP Cpl. Holly Marks at the time.

The  victim has since made a full recovery.