A year-old boy was been jailed for 11 years after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery, section 18 assault and a number of personal robberies. Stephen Deegan, 25, from Ashton-under-Lynealso repeatedly asked the young teenager to send him inappropriate images.
Rashid, 32, had denied a string of terror charges throughout his trial at Woolwich Crown Court in May until he dramatically changed his plea. He overtook another car before smashing into a Vauxhall Corsa, causing it spinning out of control.
Detectives say the robbers specifically choose delivery addresses where drivers would have to walk down quiet, dimly-lit alleyways.
David Kelly, 52, encouraged the victim, who has schizophrenia and a number of other conditions, to touch herself intimately, after turning up at her home. Tomlin, who has six teardrops tattooed on his face, attacked Ms Khan and Mr Muhktar while they waited in a car at traffic lights in Beckton, east London.
The armed gang targeted victims by making hoax calls to takeaways and attacking the unsuspecting drivers when they arrived with an order. A further 10 fraudsters, from Rochdale, north Manchester and Accrington, were handed suspended sentences and community orders after compromised bank cards were used to purchase insurance, which were later refunded to legitimate bank accounts.
A paedophile was jailed after unwittingly sending a sick photo of a young girl to an undercover police officer. Hakim, from Oldhamenticed 21 unsuspecting drivers with offers of cheap deals, when in reality the cover was entirely fake, meaning victims were driving illegally with no valid cover.
Absent a conviction of a sex offense, the Department must afford him an appropriate hearing and find that he possesses this offensive characteristic before imposing such conditions. Tony Ray Coleman, Petitioner-appellant, v. Dretke F. ThompsonU.
Connor, of Millers Lane, Wigan, was jailed for 18 months after his trial heard that the alleged victim had fled the country. Darren Kenyon, 48, was jailed for eight months after admitting using the device, which one of his children had bought on holiday in Spain.
Jackson, of Riverside Avenue, Irlam, was sentenced to 21 years in prison after being found guilty of rape and indecent assault at Manchester Crown Court. Police launched Operation Tisdale in March to dismantle a large organised crime group who conspired to grow, package, and sell the drug on a huge scale nationwide.