jailed in 2019: the stories behind the cambridgeshire criminals jailed in first 6 months
The people in custody include scammers, drug dealers, thieves and an evil child killer.
Not only must justice be done, but justice must also be seen --
Below is a list of all those reported so far in 2019.
This list dates back from June to the beginning of this year, describing crime in detail with stories of stupidity, greed and evil.
A drug dealer threw an acid.
Like facing 24-year-
After the phone and the 30-pound quarrel, the old woman became very annoying.
The 28-year-old businessman Dan corkrell approached the victim\'s car with a knife and plastic bottle after the woman accused him of stealing her brother\'s phone.
The victim was in a car with her 21 people. year-
On June 24, the old brother of Westbeck Norwich street.
They responded to the little cock approaching their car and asked him to return the phone they claimed he had been stolen the night before.
Cockerill on Bath Road was sentenced to four years in prison on June 7.
A drug dealer attacked him after finding three policemen carrying more than 2,000 pounds worth of heroin and cocaine, and he was sentenced to jail.
On December 19, plainclothes police found 28-year-old Hamza Delli suspicious on Norfolk Street, Cambridge.
When the police confronted Delhi, he tried to escape but was quickly caught.
He then made three more policemen.
In addition to heroin and cocaine, police have found an iPhone, £ 1,310 in cash and a \"hiccup\" phone.
On June 4, he pleaded guilty to three charges in the royal court of Cambridge, with the aim of supplying class A drugs with the intention of offering control of Class B and attacks by beating emergency rescue personnel.
A man who spat, took a bite and severely beat cam county police while trying to arrest him outside the bar has been jailed.
The 26-year-old Kieran Graham has six police officers trying to control him after an incident outside his university dormitory in downtown Peterborough on Wednesday, December 19.
The court heard that there was a tension between Graham and his partner, who threw a pint of glass at her and another man.
The glass passed by with two policemen standing nearby.
After seeing this behind the scenes, the police tried to arrest Graham.
Graham kicked an officer in the groin and in the subsequent struggle he began to bite his arm hard.
Graham at Queen Street Peterborough admitted that GBH and four attacks had been carried out against an emergency person.
He was handed two.
On Wednesday, June 5, the Peterborough criminal court sentenced him to one year in prison.
A paedophile who paid hundreds of pounds to foreign people for the indecent image of a child was sentenced to nearly three years in prison.
Alan Bloy, 53, caught the attention of the unit\'s pedophile online investigation team (POLIT)
After they received information that his IP address was used to access indecent pictures online.
On November 1, 2017, Bloy rented a room in a house in Pittneys, Peterborough, and was raided by police and seized several devices, except for the mobile phone he voluntarily handed over later that day. Post-
There are also obvious examples of internet searches in his room.
Criminal investigators inspected the equipment and found 32 obscene pictures, which were classified as category A, the most serious threat, and Internet search for pornographic content dating back to June.
On June 13, the Peterborough criminal court, Bloy, after admitting three allegations of making indecent images of children, was sentenced to two years and 10 months in prison, deliberately encouraging the commission of any kind of crime, and two allegations of trying to incite children to engage in sexual behavior.
On June, four men were found guilty of theft in a car equipped with balaclavas and tools, including screwdrivers and pliers.
Charlie Curtis, 21, Daniels Closs, Willingham, his 28-year-old brother, Mark Curtis, belsskros, Willingham, 26, Thursday, on June 13, Peterborough criminal court heard the case.
In Cambridge, a car was traveling suspiciously on residential streets, and they were arrested after police received an alarm.
On June 14, a cocaine dealer who was seen by police driving an unmarked car was imprisoned.
Saolin Kara, 27, stopped at Carlisle Road, Cambridge, and on April 9, around ten o\'clock P. M. , when he was found by police, the engine ran on the Ford Fox he hired.
Kara drove quickly away, and the police followed him and saw him cut off another car through three lanes.
When he turned into Victoria Avenue, the police turned on the blue light in the car and stopped him.
A search for the car and Kara\'s home on Mill Road, Cambridge, shows that cash is worth £ 2,270, cocaine is worth £ 1,240 to £ 1,760, three SIM cards and what is believed to be a drug debt list.
At the royal court of Cambridge, Kara was sentenced to three years in prison for previously admitting to possession of an intended supply of cocaine.
A man who stabbed a man while visiting his ex-boyfriend has been sentenced to eight years in prison.
Christopher Wing, 59, separated from his wife in her 40 s last year and, as a result, moved in with three friends: a 23-year-old woman, 26year-
31-year-old boyfriend and brother
In the coming months, Wing of Newmarket Nimbus Way has become more and more active with his former partner and 31-year-old children.
In the early hours of December 14, he sneaked into iliweiken\'s property, wearing latex gloves with knives, pliers, white wine and lighters.
However, the two brothers who had been watching the football match outside returned home and found wings in the driveway.
The brothers held him on the floor and detained him when 23 people called the police. year-
The old woman ran out after hearing her boyfriend\'s shout.
In custody 26-year-
The old man was stabbed and his spleen was punctured.
Nevertheless, the couple were able to remain vigilant at the scene before the police arrived.
People grow up 100,000 pounds of marijuana. million-
On Friday, June 14, the pound tower was sentenced to one year in prison.
The 35-year-old Nebir Tahiraj was arrested at Gaynes Hall near Huntingdon after many residents reported a strong smell of marijuana from the property.
In Georgian mansions listed on the second-level protection list, the police found more than 200 plants in different stages of growth, planting equipment and two large bags of marijuana to be sold.
Officials seized 250,000 pounds worth of marijuana and 711 pounds in cash.
While handcuffed, Tahiraj claimed that he was exploited and kept in the apartment against his will, but further investigations were conducted by the police and the National Criminal Agency (NCA)
Revealed that he was involved voluntarily.
Tahiraj was sentenced to 13 months in prison in the royal court of Cambridge after acknowledging concerns about cannabis production.
Escape police were also jailed this month.
The female police officer was fired from cam county police station for intentionally having a relationship with a registered sex offender.
Tara Wood, 34, was fired in December 2016 because she was found to have violated the standard of professional conduct for dishonesty.
April 2018 for 36-year-
Woodley\'s boyfriend, old Sean Fox, said after police received the charges that he had committed further sexual offences and violated the sexual offender\'s notice request.
Woodley appeared in Peterborough criminal court on Friday, June 14, after admitting the charges against her at a hearing.
She was sentenced to four months in prison.
Robert McHill drowned.
Three days before Christmas, girlfriend Marissa Aldridge, who was jealous in St. nowz, was sentenced to 18 years in prison this month.
He previously admitted that he had attempted to distort the judicial process in connection with the case, for which he was sentenced to three years\' imprisonment while hearing the case.
The judge at the Royal Court of Cambridge told McHill: \"The jury found you guilty of murder.
\"The victim is only 29 years old, a young woman, a mother with you, this is the murder you committed out of jealousy because you believe Marissa is still dating her ex-boyfriend
\"It\'s a pointless act of drunkenness and drug-using violence, motivated by jealousy that leads to the death of that young woman, with consequences at your own risk.
\"On December 21, you and Marissa met in the apartment of your friend Luke\'s Love Farm in San Noz, and you all drank and took drugs.
\"It was clear that something was said before she left the apartment at 2.
December 22 ten o\'clock A. M.
\"It shows the state of mind and paranoia when you see her ex-boyfriend.
\"Both of you have taken the route you are familiar.
On that route, when you approach the bridge you and she start arguing with no doubt, you grab her with her mobile phone and get caught by the ditch in the relatively shallow water area
\"You want to kill her, kill her. \"The 26-year-
At the sentencing hearing, old Killer Mike Hill smirked.
A man with a broken ex-boyfriend.
In a \"disgusting\" attack at McDonald\'s parking lot, partner\'s eye socket was also sentenced this month.
At about seven o\'clock P. M. on May 4, the restaurant on Caxton gibbbet Ermine Street near Camborne.
She tried to walk back to her car but was stopped by Garrick who grabbed her with a \"bear hug\" and pushed her into a nearby car.
She managed to fight for her freedom, but was immediately hit hard on her face by Garrick, blurring her vision.
Garrick claimed \"it was just a farce\" and she drove the victim to the hospital but she refused treatment and said she wanted to pick up her son.
The police went to the victim\'s home and talked to her before taking her there and found that her eye socket had broken.
Garrick, on Fairfield Road, Hitchin, Haford county, was arrested and later admitted to deliberately making GBH.
He was sentenced to ten months in prison on Monday, June 17.
A Peterborough man was sentenced to six years in prison after he was found to have a bin full of cocaine.
Cam county police entered the back of Tony Setchfield\'s house in Paston Ulverton Close on May 15 and found more than two kilograms of Class A drugs.
39-year-old Setchfield only wore blue jeans and charged them with a black bag containing drugs.
He then threw the bag to the police officer and then tried to run away by forcing him to pass.
A police officer was slightly injured during the arrest of Setchfield and needed hospital treatment.
Later, the search for the bin found six packs of cocaine, and six packs of cocaine in the yard.
One of the bags was cracked and cocaine spilled.
In total, only cocaine is estimated to be worth up to £ 250,000.
On Thursday, June 13, he was sentenced to six years in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
A mother who stole about £ 100,000 from Yili\'s employer was sentenced to more than three years in prison in Old Bailey.
From 2009 to 2016, he worked as a bookkeeper for British construction company etifit.
Haite\'s daughter, 26-year-old Emily Griffiths, is from Capper Road, Waterbeach, and has worked for a period of time for the renovation.
According to the survey, Haite paid her daughter more and when she no longer worked there, she transferred more money from the bank account of the company.
Hayter also paid Griffith for the house to be cleaned with the company\'s bank account. The 52-year-
Lao and her daughter also use corporate credit cards to fund Legoland, vet bills, private car number plates and family cleaners.
On Tuesday, June 18, her Old Bailey in London was sentenced to three years and six months in prison.
The 36-year-old innocent Dean, Marshall, was drunk at a nearby Corne party when he and his predecessor and the victims split at about two.
30 a. m. on January 1.
Marshall hit the man in the face and then repeatedly hit him in the head from the edge of the table.
He then tried to punch him in the head with a bottle of vodka, but luckily the vodka was taken away.
He was arrested on January 8.
Marshall\'s \"savage\" attack resulted in multiple fractures of his victim\'s face, and the fluid entered his brain.
He was taken to Addenbrook Hospital in Cambridge, where he was in a coma.
In June 17, he was sentenced to 26 months in prison at the Royal Court of Cambridge.
A man stole a house from a family and took goods worth £ 40,000, including designer handbags and jewelry.
Daniel Morey, 32, after seeing his family leave, broke into the house on Queen Edith Road, Cambridge, around four o\'clock P. M. on October 23, 2017.
Morey of Ilford Forest Road was sentenced to three years in prison in the royal court of Cambridge on Friday (14 June)
After admitting the burglary and asking for other burglary to be considered.
Two drug dealers were jailed after being spotted by an eagle.
The sharp-eyed policeman is having lunch. time run.
Miqhail Reid, 19, and Harry Williams, 21, learned through intelligence that they were involved in the Cambridge drug trade.
On March 21, Superintendent Jon Hutchinson found the couple on Christ\'s work, and he went out for a run during his lunch break.
He knows this is a great opportunity to search for them, so request a backup.
When the supporters arrived, they approached Reid and Williams sitting on a bench near the children\'s play area.
Williams turned himself in to police, but Reid tried to escape in the direction of Princess Diana\'s monument.
Reid was quickly arrested by Sutter Hutchinson, who witnessed him throwing a blue package into the nearby bushes.
The package was found to contain 38 packs of crack cocaine and heroin worth nearly £ 400.
On June 19, Reid of London\'s abinggrove Scoter Court, in the royal Court of Cambridge, was sentenced to three years and four months after admitting two charges of possession of an intended supply of Class a drugs.
Williams, who did not have a fixed residence, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison in the same court after admitting to holding class B drugs and intending to supply them, fearing supply of controlled drugs and violation of probation orders.
A man walked into a home base store in Cambridge with a £ 65 chainsaw without paying and was jailed.
Owen Graham, 41, and another man walked into the shop on Newmark Road on January 26 --
Who\'s not sure yet-
Leave without paying.
When challenged by the staff, Graham replied, \"Look, man, I have this as long as I do one \".
Graham from Jack Warren Green, Cambridge, was photographed on CCTV and recognized by police.
He pleaded guilty to theft and was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison in the Cambridge Magistrate\'s Court on June 11. A newly-
Qualified nursing staff were taken hostage in a caravan with a knife
Pointed at by a man pretending to have a heart attack.
In the early morning of April 16, Kieran Logan was drunk and reported to the police and ambulance departments that he was about to die.
When the lonely female medical staff arrived 50-year-
He made inappropriate comments and she launched her emergency alert.
Logan then waved a knife and sat in a chair in front of the door, trying to stop anyone from entering and help the frightened victim.
She managed to convince Logan to put the knife down and continue talking to him until the police arrived.
The police department\'s breath test of Logan showed that his reading was 113, indicating that he was more than three times as much as he was driving after drinking.
On Wednesday, June 19, Logan was sentenced to three years and four months in prison at the Royal Court of Cambridge.
The 24-year-old Boyd dochetti was seen cutting down a pedestrian in a gray Citroen Xsara Picasso.
Despite being thrown on the vehicle, the victim immediately stood up
A few seconds later, Docherty tried to knock him down again.
CCTV at Eye scene in Cam County showed Docherty driving away before returning to the road and targeting the man for the second time.
On June 18, Docherty pleaded not guilty to intentionally causing serious bodily harm.
He was detained for 18 months for dangerous driving and 1 month for criminal losses.
A man was sentenced to more than two years in prison after shooting on Peterborough Street.
Roy Barnard, 30, was found carrying a weapon designed to look like a torch, about 10 points on Mount Steven Avenue.
At 45 p. m. on July 27.
A resident concerned about the matter decided to call the police after seeing a unique blue flash and hearing a loud crack crackling from the gun.
The police arrived quickly and Barnard ran away but slipped and dropped a backpack before trying to escape again.
When he was caught and arrested, Barnard shouted, \"I want to know how you know I have a Taser gun and I only have one day.
Suffolk ard, the Ford falls Crescent Hotel in Suffolk, acknowledges the charges of possession of disguised firearms and possession of weapons used to release electrical incapacity devices, and is jailed for 25 months in the Peterborough criminal court.
And use the internet to try to meet a underage girl.
On October 5, 2017, Zolt Petras, 40, was found to have 77 indecent photos of children, when police executed a search warrant in his apartment in Cambridge.
26 of them are Class A- the most serious.
In addition, two girls were found to have chat records.
The first one is 15-year-
Before asking to see her, Patras exchanged indecent photos and sexy information with her.
Further evidence suggests that Petras and 13-year-old girl.
Petras at Bridgacre, Cambridge, admitted trying to arrange or promote child sexual assault, trying to engage in sexual communication with children, trying to cause or incite girls between the ages of 13 and 15 to engage in sexual behavior, and three counts of taking indecent photos of children.
Patras was sentenced to two years in prison in the royal court of Cambridge.
A man was imprisoned after entering the home of a man, beaten him on the floor, and held him at the knife mouth where he asked for money.
Craig Chilman, 35, committed the crime only three weeks after he was released from prison.
On December 7, he was released from HMP Brixton after serving his prison sentence for burglary, but now he is sentenced to another 10 years in prison.
In December 28, Chilman claimed in a house on chatrissey Park Street that he needed to use the toilet.
He then tortured the victim in terrible ways. Although 53-year-
The old household asked him to leave, and Chilman pushed his way further into the house, hitting the victim\'s face several times and eventually knocking him down on the floor.
Chilman at Chatteris Bridge Street admitted to robbery and burglary and appeared in Peterborough Criminal Court (June 20)
There he was sentenced to 10 years\' imprisonment and extended his licence for three years.
After police found hundreds of packs of heroin, £ 10,000 in cash and cocaine in a children\'s stroller after a raid, drug dealers were jailed.
Police found the hiding place in the property of Peterborough\'s 27-year-old Serkan Mengene, and on January 9, armed police stopped him and other drug dealers Ryan Gerald as they returned to the city by taxi.
The taxi driver was also arrested but released without charge.
Meng Ni of Peterborough Southfield Avenue first caught the police\'s attention when they analyzed his phone data while investigating possible gun incidents.
The two men were sentenced in Peterborough criminal court on June 21.
Meng Ni was passed on three-
Gerald was sentenced to five years and 219 days in prison.
After she had \"severe oral sex\" on him, she was strangled. Robert Simpson-
On December 4, Scott killed Sally cavend in his Lamb drive apartment in camberne. Simpson-
Scott is also on trial for the murder of his best friend and neighbor Graham sale.
A jury of eight men and four women found the accused innocent. Simpson-
Scott had admitted to Miss Cavender\'s manslaughter at a hearing on June 24, but was convicted of murder.
An ex-post analysis of Miss Cavender\'s body found that the cause of her injury was inconsistent with that of Simpson.
Scott\'s version of the event.
The reason for the defense is that Miss Cavender is in Simpson-
Scott lifted her neck and kissed her after a \"heated\" sexual act.
A drug dealer was sentenced to more than four years in prison after being arrested for public information.
On Monday, December 4, 2017, police received a call from the public reporting that a black Mercedes was used to deal with drugs in the Cambridge Cherry simton area.
The police arrived and stopped in a vehicle driven by 37 people. year-
Old Cade Bravette on fuboen Road.
Suspicious Brathwaite and his passengers, 25-year-
Old Jessica Palmer was involved in illegal activities and two men and cars were searched.
Police found £ 560 in cash in the pockets of blaswett, along with two phones belonging to him.
They found another £ 430 in cash on Palmer and another iPhone.
The two were arrested and taken to the police station by the park.
While they were in custody, police searched their home on the newmagedstone Road and found three packs of cocaine and two packs of heroin.
Brathwaite\'s mobile phone was found to contain information related to the drug trade after forensic examination.
At Peterborough criminal court, he was sentenced to four years and four months in prison for two counts of possession of Class a drugs with the intention of supplying and possessing criminal property.
A drug dealer was caught in his car, and he was also jailed this month for a public report.
At midnight on March 31, 27-year-old Davis Rushbrook was spotted suspicious by a public parked at a recycling site in sowette.
They called the police who attended and stopped him when Rush Brook left.
While searching the vehicle, they found hundreds of purple rectangular ecstasy, marijuana plastic containers and several clear bags containing Class C substances.
Rushbrook of Hitchin Bedford Road acknowledges controlling equity, intends to supply class A, intends to supply class B, owns Class A, Class B\'s possession and Class C\'s possession.
He was sentenced to two years in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
A man who starred in the theft of three vans and their £ 125,000 worth of items was jailed.
The 34-year-old Grand Rapids diminskas in Peterborough was sentenced to two years and four months in prison (June 26)
He pleaded guilty to plotting the theft of a motor vehicle in Peterborough criminal court.
The first van was stolen in April and is a tourist bus used in the drama \"Dear Zoo\" produced by Rod Campbell\'s book.
The van carrying stage props worth more than 40,000, including a life-
The size of the Monkey and frog costume, taken from dosthorpe Road in Peterborough, was pushed to A1 before the tracking device was removed and the clone number plate was installed.
This month, the murderer and other prisoners threw snooker balls, tables and chairs at Peterborough prison officials.
Six prisoners were sentenced on May 1.
Violence erupted near HMP Whitemoor on Thursday, March 30, 2017, when prison officials tried to restrain a prisoner who refused to transfer to another part of the prison.
David Smith, 36, malvis Smith, 33, and Robert leenbury, 25, tried to break into the cell, but became violent after they failed to enter the cell.
Along with 37-year-old Reuben Francis, 25-year-old Cali Robinson and 36-year-old Abdul Mia, they threw snooker balls, tables and chairs at prison officials, some
The police retreated, and 15 minutes later the prisoners calmed down and began to clean up the chaos that had been caused.
After six men admitted to the violent riots, they were sentenced in the Woolwich criminal court.
David Smith is in jail for two. and-a-
Sentenced to life imprisonment for murder for half a year
Marvis Smith was sentenced to 12 months in prison for 38 consecutive months.
Convicted of murder for one year.
Reuben Francis was sentenced to two years in prison for continuous robbery.
Robert leenbury was sentenced to 18 months in prison for 26 consecutive years.
Convicted of murder for one year.
Kalil Robinson was sentenced to two years in prison for 14 consecutive years.
He was sentenced to one year in prison for serious burglary.
Abdul Miah was released before the case was heard and imprisoned for six weeks.
A mob hit his former best friend and his ex-boyfriend.
In May 1, angry and jealous partners were jailed for one year and three months in the royal court of Cambridge.
On March 11, the 26-year-old Dinu Chitoraga waited outside the victim\'s workplace on Heston Clay Street and persuaded his friend to get on the bus and then go on high speed.
He drove to a property in Cambridge Short Street, where the man and his ex-boyfriend
Partner lives together now.
Once inside, chitolia went to the bedroom and when he saw his ex
Partner\'s clothes, he started hitting the man with a fool before throwing things at him from the bathroom.
Then he goes back to clay Street where he faces his ex
She became abusive and tried to beat her before her colleague intervened.
When the police arrived, chitolia, of Huntington Road, Cambridge, tried to hide behind a car and put down the fool, but was arrested.
A father and son sprayed harmful substances on the faces of two men and then beat them with a wooden stick and were imprisoned on May 7.
The victims were all injured in their eyes and one left a huge wound in the head after the attack.
Wayne Bishop, 56, and Wayne Bishop, 29, attacked the two men in the early hours of June 17, 2017.
Two victims left a bar during the parade, where they attended a birthday party, but then had a dispute with some young people at the bus stop.
When the bishop arrives and attacks them, the quarrel is about to be resolved.
After the trial of the royal court of Cambridge, the high Bishop was convicted of two offences of taking poison/toxic substances and causing actual bodily harm.
He received a 12-month community order, an electronic curfew between eight o\'clock P. M. and six o\'clock A. M. , a three-month, 20-day rehabilitation activity request, compensation of £ 600 and costs of prosecution of £ 4,200
His son was found guilty of causing serious physical injury.
He was sentenced to nine months in prison, suspended for 18 months, 120 hours of unpaid work, 20 days of rehabilitation requests and £ 1,100 in compensation.
A man who tried to suffocate was an elderly mother who was jailed for eight years for being bedridden with a stroke.
Mark Calvert Elliott, 54, from Winfield, Alton Goldhay, denied trying to kill the 82-year-oldyear-
Although the old mother tried to suffocate her, it was October 9.
Calvert Elliott called 999 that night and said he was trying to carry out euthanasia, choking his mother with his bare hands.
He told him that a few years ago his mother was bedridden due to a severe stroke and that he wanted to \"send her to a better place \". On Friday (May 10)
Calvert Elliott is in court in Old Bailey, London.
In addition to his sentence, he is subject to a restraining order prohibiting him from contacting his mother or visiting her address until further notice.
Cam County women, who attacked two women on the same day, including a pregnant woman, were sentenced in the mpeterborough criminal court.
On January 14, 2018, 25-year-old Siobhan Hood carried out two attacks in Peterborough.
Hood visited a property in Paston Chadburn, Peterborough, around nine o\'clock P. M. , belonging to the victim she had known since childhood.
The victim was 32 weeks pregnant and sat there waiting for food to be delivered.
Hood hit her front door and claimed to be a policeman.
When the victim opened the door, Hood slammed it on her stomach.
Then, while the victim was lying on the floor, Hood repeatedly stamped her while shouting at her.
When a friend of the victim heard the commotion and ran to hood and shouted \"get off\", the attack finally ended.
She then went on to attack another childhood friend and on the same day she pulled out a bunch of hair.
Hood got 15 points.
He was sentenced to two years\' imprisonment in May 10.
A drug dealer was jailed after riding a motorcycle on a sidewalk in Peterborough.
Police found him selling MDMA with Manchester City and Arsenal logo.
Craig McLeod, 26, admitted possession of cocaine and MDMA at Peterborough criminal court on May 15.
He was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
On August 31, McLeod was stopped by police on London Road.
He tried to get rid of a bag he carried with him, but the police found it and searched it.
They found 15 small bags of cocaine in the bag, estimated at 600-
£ 900, a mobile phone that was later linked to the drug trade, and £ 525 in cash.
The police then searched his home in the Woodston Tower Court, where they found a small amount of cocaine, eight MDMA tablets, scales and drug debt records.
MDMA, including tablets with the Arsenal and Manchester City logo, is worth between £ 40 and £ 80.
A prisoner at HMP Peterborough wrote a chilling letter to her predecessor
The husband threatened to find his new partner and kill her.
Rachael Beeton, 36, issued a restraining order against her from contacting her predecessor, who wrote: \"When I break up with her, she will beg me to kill her
\"During Beeton\'s sentence, prison officials found the threatening letter.
Sentenced to one year in prison and banned from communicating with her predecessorhusband.
The letter reads: \"You, I have 7 years, so I will do 4 years, so there is no loss in sending this letter to you now.
I swear, if this is the last thing I do, I will find your prostitute and let her pay for it.
I\'ll hunt her down like a dog and I\'ll kill her slowly so she knows I\'ll feel pain without my baby.
When I\'m done with her, she\'ll beg me to kill her.
They can keep me as long as they want to stay here, but I will retaliate. She will DIE.
On May 14, Beeton admitted attempting to violate the restraining order.
She was sentenced to an additional two months in prison.
A drug dealer, who has been investigated by the police, publicly offered marijuana to an employee of the Regal Hotel when he was out at night.
After being captured by the police, he admitted to holding cocaine and marijuana and intended to supply it today (May 16)
Sentenced to 30 months\' imprisonment in the royal court of Cambridge
Jordan De Silva, 22, walked into the Wetherspoon bar in Cambridge with a strong smell of drugs prompting staff to search him.
At two o\'clock A. M. on May 6, De Silva was checking a bag in the cloakroom of the bar, and a staff member commented that there was a strong smell of marijuana.
Then De Silva offered to sell drugs to staff before walking into the bar.
The bar guard stopped De Silva and searched him before calling and found 12 bags of marijuana and 475. A 21-year-
An old man who led the police on cocaine.
Chase in South cam County was jailed for one year in May 17.
Chad Courtney drove his seat, Ibiza, along simton in grand Shelford, on September 23, at a speed of 90 mph.
Just after 7, when Courtney drove down Brooks Road in Cambridge, the police had informed him. 30pm.
He then stopped at Perne Road and pretended to stop before speeding.
In an effort to escape, Courtney suddenly turned to oncoming traffic, almost missing the passing driver before traveling nearly 90 miles per hour along the Hinton highway.
He then lost control of the car and police caught up with him on London Road.
In April 14, they were in front of them all their lives.
On May 20, he admitted three death sentences for dangerous driving and was sentenced to eight years and two months in prison.
21-year-old Jana Kockova, 22-year-old Marko Makula and 19-year-old Tomas Kocko were killed after a head injury
After midnight on Sunday, April 14, in a collision with a Ford Ranger driven by Whitmore, Whitmore was driving on the wrong side of Frank Perkins Park Road.
He drove drunk while driving on the west lane and crashed into a Renault car.
The impact of the victim\'s family is profound, with Marko and Jana leaving two young children.
After this sentence, Makulova, Marko\'s mother, said: \"My son, the father of the child, is the breadwinner.
He has two jobs and he wants to invest in his family.
\"He didn\'t do anything bad, he worked hard and did everything for his two children.
\"Just a few weeks after her death.
Carl Scaro was sentenced to 12 months in prison after police climbed out of the window of a house on sohamcauseway, on April 20, with socks in his hand and a torch in his hand.
Scarrow is in court today at the Royal Court of Cambridge. May 28)
And pleaded guilty.
In a struggle, he broke the glasses of an officer and caused a loss worth £ 270 before being handcuffed.
A neighbor hit 999 after hearing the noise from the house and knowing that the owner died 13 days ago.
A drug dealer was arrested among police officers attending Sunday\'s memorial parade and jailed on Tuesday (May 28).
He was sentenced to two years and five months in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
On November 12, 2017, officers took part in a war memorial parade in St. Ives and witnessed suspicious activities of a gray BMW.
When the car was driving, the police found the driver 22-year-
Old Daniel Correll from St. Ives Fairfield New Moon has what they think is a few bags of cocaine.
A couple was jailed for ignoring and beating their three children.
The man and woman in his early 30 s, from a village in South brid County, both acknowledged three allegations of neglect of children.
The children told the police that they threw something at them, including a stereo and a plastic bat, pulling their hair up and then being pushed up and slapped in the face.
The couple occasionally leave their children out late at night as punishment for misbehaving.
The three children are now taken care of in society. On Friday (May 24)
At the royal court of Cambridge, each of them was sentenced to 12 months in prison. A sweet-
A court heard that the burglars attacked a garden center twice and helped themselves eat a piece of cake and a bottle of Fanta.
In the early hours of April 23, Nicholas McCrae, without a fixed address, first attacked the Coton orchard garden center in Cambridge.
The 63-year-old smashed the window on the first floor with a sledgehammer and was later found at the scene.
Five days later, in the early hours of April 28, police received reports that burglary was taking place in the same garden center.
This time, McRae opened the automatic door with a metal crowbar he later left at the scene.
After entering, McRae stole two charity boxes from behind the checkout counter and two other charity boxes from the office upstairs.
He left the scene through the same automatic door.
At a previous hearing, McRae pleaded guilty to two counts of theft and was sentenced to 32 months in prison at the Royal Court of Cambridge on Thursday, May 30.
A criminal falsely claimed to have visited his \"dead grandfather\" and fled the country.
The trial has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.
Sean Keane, 50, was tried in the royal court of Cambridge last year for obstructing judicial proceedings, but on the third day of the trial, he disappeared on February 28.
In his absence, he was found guilty and an arrest warrant was issued.
He was found to have flown from Newcastle to Amsterdam on February 28 after applying for an emergency passport and lay in the Durham Passport Office.
He provided the passport staff with personal details of his brother and photos of himself and said he needed a passport to visit his grandfather who died in Germany.
The e-boarding card system at Newcastle airport showed that his brother\'s name passport was used that day, but when CCTV was checked, it was very keen on who used it.
Further investigations revealed that after arriving in Amsterdam, he flew to Canada later in the day.
Keen was deported to the UK by the Canada Border Services Agency on March 8, 2019 and subsequently arrested.
George Litch was caught after spending crazy with his employer\'s money.
He squandered at Turners Ltd, a shipping company in Soham.
In July 17, Ricky began raising money for his holidays, tattoos and designer clothes.
But his scam ended in August 7 when he was arrested at Luton airport.
\"I\'m glad I got caught,\" he told police.
It drove me crazy. ”The 20-year-
The old man began to register fake companies on the employer\'s invoice system and linked them to his own four bank accounts.
Lich of ilitham Road was sentenced on Thursday to two years\' imprisonment at a young criminal institution in the royal court of Cambridge (April 25)
After admitting fraud due to abuse of authority.
On a night in Peterborough on last October, teen killer Martina ogonovska \"deliberately\" stabbed her boyfriend. The 18-year-
The old man was found guilty by a jury 23-year-
She met old Filip Jaskiewicz for a few days.
She fell in the royal court of Cambridge on Thursday. April 25)
She was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum sentence of 17 years and was sentenced to 18 months for holding a knife while fleeing.
Drug dealer O\'Donnell drove his motorcycle from the police car at the age of 2.
Twelve o\'clock P. M. , February 13, month-year-
Old O\'Donnell drove past a temporary traffic light on the south end of aberry Road, with 67-year-old Mrs Bello-Hernandez.
Soon after, she was pronounced dead at the scene.
After O\'Donnell was arrested, a package containing 26 packs of crack cocaine and heroin was found next to the scene.
Later, his fingerprints were found on the package.
O\'Donnell, at Borehamwood Tempsford Avenue, died of dangerous driving, was sentenced to six years in prison and two years in prison for his intention to supply heroin, which will run simultaneously.
Gave him two more.
He was sentenced to one year in prison for his intention to supply cocaine, which will be executed continuously.
This means that he will serve eight years in prison and that he will be held in half until he is eligible for regulatory release.
He was also disqualified from driving for nine years.
This cowardly man. year-
On July 8, 2018, old Christopher ibisong on temton Avenue in Fort Myers was visiting the city for a weekend. At around 12.
In his 30 s, Ibsen pushed the victim, causing him to fall and hurt his head.
Ivison fled the scene when the police arrived to find 75-year-
The old man lay unconscious on the way out of the back of his head.
The victim spent three weeks of recovery in a nursing home and his injuries affected his hearing and language.
Ivison admitted to causing physical injury without weapons and was sentenced to 12 months in prison.
He stole a BMW, jewelry and more in and with King Lynn.
On November 29, a couple returned to their home near Merrow bank and found that their white BMW 640D had disappeared from the driveway.
When they went in, they found that a safe containing tens of thousands of items was taken from the bedroom.
Crime scene investigators found blood on the back of the photo left on the living room floor, with 42-year-old Craggs.
He left two red marks on the wall of the second raid, and investigators confirmed it was his blood.
Craggs broke a window, entered a family on Swavesey Ramper Road, ransacked the master bedroom and filled the pillowcase with jewelry, leaving one at the scene again
Craggs with no fixed address were arrested on February 16 a few days later and were recalled to prison after being released at the end of August 2018.
He was charged with three counts of burglary and theft.
On Thursday, April 4, he was sentenced to four years in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
Mean Peeps John Holomanyear-
The official Luton court heard on Friday that Sandy\'s old had been forced to sell his house and would also be sentenced to two years in prison because he was also sentenced to an indecent image of a child (April 5).
Holloman, a registered sex offender, when the police found the video on his device, as part of a spot check, the police offender management team was visiting him, there are also indecent images and extreme pornography of children.
He has been on remand pending trial since his arrest on January, sentenced to 24 months in prison and has been included in the register of sexual offenders for 10 years.
In addition, the court ordered him to sell his house and move it out within six minutes
A month he was released.
The drug dealer was jailed at Cambridge railway station.
On last December, tyre Foster of Chiswick waystead Road hid his weapons in his belt when he was stopped by police at the train station. The 18-year-
Old was sentenced to five years in prison for possession of Class A drugs and possession of offensive weapons.
He was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for holding class a drugs and six months in prison for holding offensive weapons to run continuously.
Kevin Cosgrove of Whittlesey was jailed after attacking her and later left a threat message on her reply phone. The 36-year-
In January 10, old went to Horsegate Lane\'s property, although he was ordered to stop him from doing so.
The victim asked him to leave, but he punched her and kicked her.
Later that day, the victim found 12 messages on the phone she threatened her and her family, lasting a total of 10 minutes.
Cosgrove also said in his message that he would stab any police officer who tried to arrest him.
On March 11, cowsgrove, who had no address at Crown Court in Cambridge, acknowledged a common attack, a murder threat and a violation of a restraining order.
He was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
A woman who caused damage in a shop, attacked the staff, then bit a police officer and was sentenced to 36 months in prison.
50-year-old Jaqueline Riley tried to return a bag she bought six months ago, when she launched a chaotic attack on employees in November 12.
She kicked the monitor and threw the plates and glasses out of the shelf while shouting.
She was detained by police and taken to the Thorpe Wood police station.
The next day, Riley refused to voluntarily take her cell to the Cambridge Magistrate\'s Court, and after several warnings, the police forcibly took her away.
When two policemen took her out of the cell, Riley sat on the bench and bit the thigh of one of the officers, causing her leg to bleed.
Riley, who is from Peterborough but does not have a fixed residence, admitted after the trial that it caused actual physical injury, criminal injury and serious ethnic harassment.
In March 11, she was sentenced to 36 months in prison at the Royal Court of Cambridge.
Jack Walton, 25, from northencelos, was convicted of three charges for penetrating sex with a 13-to 15-year-old girl.
After making friends with underage girls, he started having sex with her and then took her to a remote location in his car to his house to abuse her.
Wharton initially denied the allegations, but after being told that officials could check the images and information deleted on his phone, he admitted that he had repeatedly invaded the girl.
He counts every time and runs at the same time.
Someone who stole dessert, chocolate and alcohol from Mark and Spencer.
Peterborough\'s 27-year-old Petre Zaplan was convicted of theft of a store for four counts and one theft in the royal court of Cambridge on March 12.
Zaplan has stolen things from the Marks and Spencer stores in Queensgate, Peterborough four times.
Last month, he was caught by a security guard during his last theft when he tried to steal a chocolate bar.
In December 28, Zaplan broke into a property on Lincoln Road in Peterborough, when passengers were sleeping and stealing mobile phones and tablets.
In an interview, Zaplan admitted to taking some items from Marks and Spencer and had a drug problem.
He was sentenced to 14 months in prison for burglary, 1 month in prison for one of the thefts, and escaped in a row.
He also received a one-month sentence for other cases of theft, which could be carried out at the same time.
Dennis Heworth was jailed in a row outside the bar. He was Christopher Frost.
The incident took place on a creek on Mill Road, where a bar bill showed Hurworth bought 11 pints of cider, believed to have drunk eight of them.
When they left the bar at about 11: 30 p. m. they had a brief disagreement and Hurworth hit Mr Frost once, causing him to fall to the ground and hit his head. The 31-year-
The old man pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to four years in prison at the Royal Court of Cambridge in March 13.
This county line drug dealer caught red-
There are two mobile phones in Peterborough.
Rytis Zerlauskas at Brynmore in Peterborough, was caught by Nokia phones after officials returned home in February 6.
19-1 phone is used as a personal phoneyear-
The Peterborough criminal court heard that the former was suspected of being used to supply drugs.
The phone has evidence of drug supply, and A message believed to have cited Class A drugs is sent to multiple numbers 92 times.
Peter Romeo Kazan of London Town Road after stealing lead from six churches and causing criminal damage of more than £ 186,000.
Due to phone data, ANPR and DNA from the cigarette butts he left on one of the roofs, he was caught by the police.
His goal is for churches in several counties, including: cam county, Bedford County, Harford County, buckin county, and East Hampshire.
How to hear the Crown Court in Cambridge 42-year-
During the dark hours from June to October 2016, the old man stole the lead from the isolated church.
23-year-old Bledar Strefi and 19-year-old Sokrol Siynamati tried to escape the police after planting 110,000 worth of marijuana at their home in cam County.
In February 4, they ran out of the property at the Peterborough Breton Water Gate Hotel, when officials conducted a search warrant based on public information.
The police chased the men on foot and both were arrested nearby.
Siynamati refused to be detained. In a struggle, an officer\'s hand was slightly injured.
When searching the address, officials found 63 cannabis plants, 40 of which were ripe and a large number of drugs dried in another room.
It is estimated that the value of these drugs is between 111,240 and 146,420.
Neither of them had an address and were sentenced to eight months\' imprisonment.
Siynamati will serve his sentence at a young criminal institution.
Samantha smali, 44, stole a charity box from the medical center.
On last November, the smiling face of Huntingdon Coppers Court stole the charity box with donations to help premature and poor babies in the medical practice of St. niott.
Before leaving on November, she hid the collection tank containing donations in her handbag.
Earlier this year, in January 5, she walked into a house on St. Netz Luke Street and stole a handbag from the kitchen.
The law caught Smiley and she started her sentence on the 3 Th.
These three thieves 11-
Crime carnival against high
Performance Car, raid the store with sledgehammer-and were .
Miles Kash, 22, and Michael dear, and Jacob Smith, 19, admitted to conspiracy to steal and was sentenced to a total of more than 20 years in prison on March 6.
The royal court of Cambridge heard that from June 26-20 to July 6, the three men carried out 10 theft cases within 11 days.
Bentley, Doncaster, home cash, was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Dear, in Stockbridge Lane, Bentley, Doncaster, sentenced to six years\' imprisonment.
Smith from Norton Common Road was sentenced to five years and eight months in prison.
Maria slavicova and Roman Slavick were jailed for eight years as \"slaves\", which is heartbreaking.
The court heard that two vulnerable men were approached on the streets of Slovakia and then taken to the UK for exploitation, with low remuneration for work.
The two victims have lived in Peterborough for nearly eight years, and one of them has even been forced to marry on a fake basis.
The 29-year-old Slavic at Peterborough West Parade and his mother, 46 years old at the same address, took control of the victim\'s bank account, only a small amount of disposable income is provided to them from their real income.
Slavick was fired six and a half years ago.
Slavikova was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
The first victim was 30 years old. year-
The old man was paid for nearly eight years of work from Slavick and slavicova, about £ 12,900-but the total amount of money he actually earned, including benefits, was £ 118,700.
The second victim, 46, was paid only about £ 13,600 in the same year\'s work, but actually earned around £ 80,100.
Both of them stayed with the Slavic family but the conditions were very poor and the food was of poor quality and they were not allowed to return to Slovakia.
Stuart Drive and Matthew Turner were robbed six times in 24 hours.
In cam County, a man looked at him helplessly at the scene and his holiday was interrupted
Two men took pictures of the camera while they were stealing things at home.
The victim installed a security camera in his house on the Church Street in ikelton, and two men activated the camera when they broke in around five o\'clock P. M. on Monday, August 13, 2018.
The behavior of the driver and Turner triggered the camera that sent the notification to the victim\'s mobile phone.
The victim watched the live broadcast and the two walked through the kitchen, then went upstairs and got some jewelry and called the police. The break-
In is one of the six burglary cases carried out by the two within 24 hours. hour period.
The 45-year-old driver on Thomas Road and Turner, 32-year-old Cambridge St. Matthews Gardens, also targeted a property less than half a mile on Brookhampton Street.
Here, the couple forcibly enters from the kitchen window, ransacked the house, took things out of the drawers and cabinets, and then took the jewelry worth about £ 1,000.
Secretary Jessica Prince was arrested for selling £ 48,000 in office supplies purchased on the company\'s credit card on eBay and told police, she \"can\'t afford anything from treating her family and friends to the good they can do \".
Prince, 35, from the northern edge of Westbeck county, was suspected of fraud after her employer\'s accountant received an invoice from the United Nations
Prince has been using her personal eBay account to sell ink cartridges and other office supplies purchased on the company\'s credit card for profit.
Prince is hired as the private secretary of the company\'s directors, responsible for the smooth operation and management of the company\'s office, including ordering stationery, office furniture, booking taxis, flights and hotels.
An internal investigation revealed that Prince had been abusing his authority to make a large-scale acquisition, but concealed this from the directors and accountants of the company. Alcohol-
Relying on mother Helen Cairns, while visiting her son, secretly carried drugs and mobile phones into prison in her bra.
Kyneston, 56, from Eastfield, litterport, is visiting her son at HMP on January 2.
But during the visit, it was found that she removed two plastic wrap packs from her bra and put them in a pack of potato chips.
Her son was searched there after returning to his cell, and he was found to have marijuana worth at least £ 300 and a micro-cell phone worth at least £ 500 with a charging cable.
Tommy Rooney stole an old woman\'s handbag in downtown but was sentenced to more than a year in jail.
Shortly after noon on January 25, the police were called to the bus stop near Bridge Street.
Comments on CCTV video show that 26-year-
Old Rooney followed 80-year-
40 minutes before the crime, shortly after she withdrew cash from the bank.
Rooney, from Greenacres, Leicester Road, Harborough market, is accused of theft, possession of Class B drugs, dangerous driving and uninsured driving.
He was sentenced to a total of 15 months in prison and drugs must be confiscated.
He was also disqualified from driving for 19 months and will be required to re-test.
Craig Stark, 35, was jailed.
When the police patrolling on August 3, 2018 approached a group, stark and two other men escaped, but after a struggle they managed to detain Stark.
Stark, who was found hiding cocaine and heroin in golden eggs, found more drugs in a B & B guest house room, worth more than £ 600 in total.
The dealer admitted holding class A drugs and was sentenced to 26 months in prison in Peterborough criminal court on February 25.
Frightened takeout workers attempted to rob
But the police now think it\'s a cordless drill.
29-year-old clumsy robberyear-
Old Daniel Walker later pulled out a knife but sold it outside China in Breton Copeland.
Walker of Breton Manton entered the take-out market around 8.
At fifteen o\'clock P. M. on January 13, his face was partially obscured, threatening the staff with a fake gun and asking for cash.
But the victim slammed the counter and scared Walker back and left the store.
The victim followed Walker, then Walker took out a knife from his coat and waved it to the takeout worker.
The police recognized Walker from CCTV footage, admitting that he was attempting to rob, holding a replica gun, with the intention of causing fear of violence and holding a knife in public.
He was sentenced to four years in prison for each of the first two charges, while hearing in Peterborough criminal court.
The knife charges will be filed.
The drug dealer was jailed for more than five years after being reported.
Taken away by residents
On January 6, after police found his car parked suspiciously on Mariner Road, Nathan Strachan of Bishop Road, Impington. The 33-year-
The old drove away from the police, who were sitting in an unmarked police car and did not stop before parking.
Searching his car found around £ 500 in cash, further searching his home for heroin and cocaine, a set of scales and over £ 8,000 in cash, 100 packs.
He was sentenced on February 21 to five years and seven months in prison. This sick 74-year-
He has been jailed for 10 years in the past two years.
Edward simmark of Eaton\'s sorcom Queens Court attacked the first boy on June 2017 at a property in Peterborough.
The Peterborough criminal court heard the sexual contact of the pedophile with the little boy and asked him to take off his shorts and trousers in the alley.
A month later, West Mark repeatedly revealed the abuse to the boy.
In December 20, West Mark sexually assaulted another boy twice after pulling down his pants.
The paedophile was released on bail after being arrested for the first one-time attack, but then carried out a second sexual attack.
On February 15, at Peterborough criminal court, he was sentenced to 10-
Years in prison.
Reina Jorsling is described as a \"professional thief\" and is threatened when she tries to steal an item.
She was imprisoned on February 12 and kicked a police officer at the time of her arrest. The 33-year-
In August 20, old hid 230 worth of perfume in her bag and threatened to stab security guards when challenged.
In September 11, she tried to steal £ 62 alcohol from Sidney Street and threatened a security guard with a kitchen knife while parking.
When the police caught up with her later that week, Jorsling kicked and threatened to attack both of them positively when they tried to arrest her.
She was convicted of threatening one person and two co-attacks with a useful blade and sentenced to 19-
The Peterborough criminal court is sentenced to one month in prison.
Drug dealers in this \"terrible test\"
But was jailed. Isaac Isa-
In May 19, Herd found the victim on Broadway in jacesley, and his girlfriend fell out with him. The 21-year-
The old man took out a machete, threatened the victim, smashed her window and left traces on the paint. Isa-
After the incident, Herd was charged with bail, but on October 1, police found him carrying 39 packs of crack cocaine and 91 packs of heroin at a property on Shakespeare\'s Avenue, with drugs worth up to 1,350.
He acknowledged possession of an object in a public place, criminal damage and the use of threats, as well as two charges intended to supply heroin and crack cocaine. Isa-
On February 15, Herd was sentenced to two years and three months in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
Dean Gripton was sentenced to ten years\' imprisonment and was rejected by a security guard at Sainsbury prison. The 31-year-
At about seven o\'clock P. M. on September 14, old walked into Sidney Street supermarket with a black luggage bag.
The knife holder, who did not have a fixed residence, admitted the attempted robbery and held a knife in a public place.
Glepton, who was recently released from prison, was slapped ten times.
On February 13, the royal court of Cambridge sentenced him to one year in prison.
Angela Ailey, 74, was wet after herself.
On February 15, she was sentenced to three years in prison for manslaughter in Luton criminal court on charges of killing Mark Evans after an argument in March 2018.
At the trial on January, the court heard how Ariel stabbed Evans after he had wet his urine.
Evans\'s death was confirmed to be a heart-piercing wound.
Larry Oloruntoba left one and broke her eye socket. The 25-year-
On the evening of August 11, the old man had a dispute with a group of women sitting in the black Vauxhall cosurrey in the Norfolk Street parking lot.
Oloruntoba threw a drink at a woman and slapped her twice.
He then opened a friend of hers and threw a glass on her face, breaking her eye socket.
Oloruntoba of Sheenewood, London, was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison in the Royal Court on February 12. This booze-
Stealing and drinking proseck.
At about nine o\'clock A. M. on August 11, 2017, 24-year-old Alexander yaywood broke into the loft apartment above Geldart, andsworth Street.
He drank, smoked three cigarettes, and left all his rubbish at the scene.
Before leaving the apartment with stolen appliances and jewelry, yawood opened the oven, opened the oven and lit the candle in the kitchen.
Yarwood of Hemington Close admitted to burglary, arson intended to endanger life, and three counts of theft.
On February 11, he was sentenced to four years and five months in prison at Peterborough criminal court.
Grodean Celia planted tens of thousands of pounds worth of marijuana at her home in Peterborough.
But now he\'s in jail.
On July 25, police searched Celia\'s home on Peregrine Street in Hamptons and they seized 55 cannabis plants worth up to £ 45,000 and arrested the 22-year-old.
He told police that he was a marijuana guard here for seven days because he wanted to pay off his father\'s debt of 5,000 euros. There is no intention of using or selling the drug.
Celia was released but was stopped on August 1 when they found him traveling suspiciously along Lincoln Road in Peterborough.
Police found 13 bags of marijuana in the car, with an estimated street value of £ 10,000.
Celia acknowledged the production and possession of cannabis intended supply and was sentenced to 42 months in prison at Peterborough criminal court on February 8.
Rekan Kakarash stabbed a customer in a but has been jailed. The 21-year-
At about nine o\'clock A. M. on July 22, old walked into a sandwich shop on Lincoln Road in Peterborough and asked for a biscuit --
But another customer who made the sandwich told him he had to wait.
Kaka rush started with 35-year-
Old customer before the lock-
Stab the victim on the shoulder with a knife
The man then managed to keep kakacash on the floor and the police received a call.
Kakarash, from Cambus Peterborough, admitted to causing serious physical injury and holding a knife in public places and the royal court of Cambridge.
He was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
Morgan Harris and Ji wilkert carried out brutal attacks on a 51-manyear-
The old man and his partner
Wickert, in the garden of Huntingdon Lamas, admitted guilty of intentionally causing serious bodily harm and was sentenced to eight years\' imprisonment on Monday (January 28)
Royal Court of Cambridge
Harris, from Maroon Close in Huntingdon, admitted the injury with the intention of causing serious physical injury and attack with the intention of causing serious physical injury and was sentenced to 9-and-a-
Spent half a year in prison.
On CCTV, two teenagers repeatedly hit him in the head, causing him to fall to the ground.
Wickert lay still on the ground, and then poked a few times on his head.
On July 2018, 18-year-old Juned Ahmed and 20-year-old Ashraf Hussan were called \"blue\" in a crazy knife attack \".
Ahmed will be sentenced to a sentence of at least 18 years, while Hussain will face a sentence of at least 20 years.
Their verdict on the drug deal will be consistent.
Mr. Anderson\'s fiancee described the murderer as \"an evil individual\" and said the verdict \"the love of her life has been taken from her \".
Court hearing 46-year-
Old Mr Anderson said Hussein and Ahmed worked for the \"rj\" drug line at the age of 3. 59pm, and by 4.
Because he was bleeding on the ground, he hit 999 at six o\'clock P. M.
The motive for the stab was unclear.
After Ahmed was robbed the day before, it could be a case of identity error, or \"just because they don\'t like how he looks \".
Peterborough MP Fiona onasana lied to the police for speeding and was slapped.
Onsanaya was sentenced for presiding over judicial proceedings in Old Bailey, London.
On July 2017, when Fiona Onasanya\'s car was found driving at a speed of 41 mph in the 30-mile/hour area, she denied that she was driving.
She was convicted in Old Bailey on charges of obstructing the judicial process and was sentenced to three months in prison on January 29, if enough people signed a recall petition --
The first in England and Wales
Her 34-year-old brother, Festus, from Cambridge, has pleaded guilty to three allegations of obstruction of justice and was sentenced to 10 months in prison.
At the time of his sentence, festus\'s previous offences were read out in court, including criminal damage, possession of marijuana and aggressive robbery.
When Fez is the \"insider\" of the vodka revolution on the street.
He worked at the bar for over a year and then opened a fire passage door to get two people in when it was closed.
Both men, dressed in disguise, were taken to the manager\'s office by Festus, where they forced the manager to the corner when he cashed it alone.
Jordan Sheppard and Ashley White will serve at least for the murder of their friend Sam metcherevski in Hinchinbrook country park on January 2018.
24-year-old Shepherd Close, Chat