Two men have been sentenced to a combined 37 years in prison for murder after a man was stabbed in a Boston car park.
Mariusz Skiba and Dariusz Kaczkowski had argued with Przemeslaw Cierniak on the morning of January 10, 2019.
Lincoln Crown Court heard that after the three men had taken amphetamines together, they went to the car park off Wormgate. Mr Cierniak then asked for £1 - but was stabbed twice in the chest by Kaczkowski.
The victim rushed away to a nearby tanning salon where he collapsed. He later died from his injuries.
Skiba and Kaczkowski initially left the scene and put the knife in rubbish bags, before heading to Asda. Kaczkowski bought a black fleece from the store which he put on before the pair returned to the scene, where they were arrested.
At Lincoln Crown Court today (July 1) Kaczkowski, 33, of Woodville Road, Boston, was sentenced to 23 years imprisonment.
Skiba, 32, no fixed address, was sentenced to 14 years imprisonment.
East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU), said: