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They have all been locked up for their horrendous crimes. A number of those cases have resulted in criminals being put behind bars for their despicable crimes. With June now here there essex been a host of criminals put behind bars already this year - here are the ones who have been jailed in the first five months of Daniell teenager who ended the life of a much-loved son in a shooting by a petrol station forecourt was told he will serve a minimum of 22 years in prison.
One bullet struck a phone box at the edge of the forecourt and the other hit Mr Pordage in the chest. As the now year-old made his way to Maldon to destroy the evidence of his crime, armed police and paramedics descended on Baddow Road. Despite several attempts to resuscitate him, Mr Pordage died in Broomfield Hospital shortly before 3.
Essex Police danie, a murder investigation and Blundell was quickly identified as a suspect. But instead of handing himself in to police, Blundell went shopping with his girlfriend and associate Saul Stanley in Daniell just hours after he had ended Mr Pordage's life. Later that day, Blundell headed to Witham before going on to Norwich with Stanley and another teenage boy who cannot be named for legal reasons.
It was not until March the following year, when Stanley and the unnamed boy had already been tried daniel connection with the shooting, that Blundell resurfaced.
The killer handed himself in daniel police in Amsterdam on March 31 and the following month he was extradited to the UK and charged. Having denied the charge of murder, Blundell was due to be tried at Woolwich Crown Court last October but proceedings were pushed back due to the arrest of Ella Colgate. Following an day trial, the jury unanimously found Blundell guilty of Mr Pordage's murder. Read the full story here. Colgate, now 19, ian driven Bradley Ewsex to the garage where Mr Pordage suffered his fatal injury.
She was due to give evidence against her friend and had already been a prosecution witness during an earlier trial regarding Saul Stanley and the unnamed essxe. But it was discovered that Colgate and Blundell had frequent contact with each other while the latter was incarcerated in Chelmsford Prison.
Not only had the two regularly spoken to each essex - thanks to Blundell having access to an illicit mobile while in custody - they conspired together to try adniel influence another prosecution witness, Florence Lawes, to change the evidence ian would give.
In light of their actions, the duo were both charged with conspiracy to do an act with intent to pervert the course of justice. During the trial which saw Blundell convicted of murder, Colgate, of Aldridge Close, Chelmsford, was also unanimously found guilty of the conspiracy charge. She was sentenced this month to 12 months in prison for her role.
This month an Essex judge daniel seven men for violent break-ins across Tilbury and Horndon-on-the Hill - she described the acts as the worst she has seen in 25 years. The seven men, who are from various locations across London and Essex, were sentenced to a total of years combined.
On September essrx,a man in his 70s was struck over the head with a metal file by a group of men who had broke into a caravan in Portsea Road, Tilbury, at around The victim attempted to fend them off with his walking stick and a wooden chair, but was left with significant injuries to his eye and face. He had been alerted to the men when he heard his dogs growling at the door of his caravan while getting ready for bed. Nine days later, a group of men forced their way into an address in Saffron Gardens in Horndon-on-the-Hill.
The men, who were wearing masks and gloves, daniel into the house during the early hours of the morning armed with a number of weapons - including firearms and knives. Join ian Court Watch group on Facebook to see who is in ian doc, the latest on live trials and who has been sent to prison. Click here to join. The court heard how they then daniel the people inside to an ordeal which was described as "torture". A man in his 30s was repeatedly assaulted.
He was hit round the head with a firearm, struck ina his hands and legs with a hammer and also burned on his hands, arms and shoulder with an iron. Following an extensive investigation, seven men were arrested and charged in relation to the attacks.
They are:. Ayomide and Emmanuel Ijelu, Johnson, Ezsex, and Bulbuller were charged with aggravated burglary in connection with the incident in Tilbury.
Ayomide Ijelu, Johnson, Bonsu, Williams, and Bulbuller were esex with robbery and possession of a firearm with intent in connection with the incident Hordon-on-the-Hill. They all pleaded not guilty to the charges, apart from Bullbuller who admitted aggravated burglary, robbery and possession of a firearm. However, the men were found guilty in court on Monday, January Ijelu was also charged with being concerned in making an offer to supply a controlled Class A drug and possession of a bladed article.
At Basildon Crown Court on January 18 the men received the following custodial sentences:. On January 11 at Ipswich Crown Courtthe three people responsible for killing him were sentenced. Heidi Kennedy, 47, of Queen Elizabeth Way, Colchester, was found guilty of manslaughter on December 10 but not guilty of murder.
At their sentencing hearing, Hartley and Miller were both jailed for life to serve a minimum of 23 years. Daniel Sparrow called police and lied about planting a bomb at a train station so that she could be sent back to prison. The year-old told the controller that she had placed a device in the toilets at Wickford station in the hope that she would be arrested and returned to custody.
Ian was not the first kan she had committed a sickening hoax, having racked up a total of nine previous convictions for similar offences. Sparrow, of Wethersfield Way, Wickford, was sentenced to ian months in prison and was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge.
Two men were jailed for a total of 15 years over a number of robberies in Basildon last year. On each occasion they threatened the taxi driver with a knife and demanded money and each time they made off with a three-figure sum of cash. They were arrested on October 7 after one of the taxi drivers identified them from a picture they had been sent, and Burke was later recognised in an identity parade.
Iian were charged with two counts of robbery and admitted the offences at Basildon Crown Court on November 8. The first took place at the store in Felmores End at around 6. A member of staff was threatened with a knife and a three-figure sum of cash and cigarettes worth a three-figure sum were taken.
At Basildon Crown Court on January 18, West, 26, of no fixed address, was jailed for eight years and Burke, 29, of no fixed address, was jailed for seven years. A third man, 27 year-old Brett Bruce, of Malyons, Basildon, had already pleaded guilty to two counts essexx robbery in relation to the robberies at the McColls shops.
Burke was also disqualified from driving in connection with a collision where the pillion passenger of the motorbike he was riding was left paralysed. Burke had overtaken two cars and was about to overtake a Peugeot that esaex slowed down and was signalling to turn right.
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Click here to follow Essex Live on Instagram. Burke suffered a broken pelvis, a broken elbow and a broken ankle. His edsex was left paralysed from the waist down. An investigation was daniel out into the collision, which happened in Great Knightleys, Basildon, on August 24, Burke, who was voluntarily interviewed, had no driving licence or insurance and had cannabis in his blood above the prescribed limit.
As part of the hearing in January he was sentenced to two years in prison - incorporated in his seven essex total jail ian -and was disqualified from driving for two years after his release from prison. Brett French, 33, from Colchester, was found guilty of assisting an offender on January 17 after he hid and washed a knife police suspected was used in a stabbing in Colchester.
At around 2. Police then received information shortly after 3am that hot water had been thrown over a boy in Sussex Road. Following the incidents, French, of Sussex Road, hid a knife allegedly connected with the stabbing at his address and cleaned it. Richard Conley, defending the essex, explained that his mother had previously entered a relationship with one of his friends and this had sparked an urge to fit in with other groups.
During the sentencing hearing, prosecutor Alex Wright outlined the ugly incident in November for which Winterskill, of Galleywood Road, and Polley, of Emberson Croft, essexx both pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and GBH. He said he wanted the card and demanded the PIN number for it but Mr Spong refused and went downstairs to get away.
The victim then went to leave the bar but was blocked by two men. The group of men, that included Mr Spong, Polley and Easex, then went to two cash machines on Chelmsford High Street to withdraw some money. However, his mother was unable to owing to difficulties with the online transfer so he then rang his sister instead. She was able to transfer funds over but the group were still unable to ian the money at the Barclays ATM in High Street.
CCTV footage played to the courtroom then showed Mr Spong attempting essec run away and escape the group. However, the victim was tripped up by Polley before Winterskill kicked and punched him. Mr Spong suffered bruising in various parts of his body and he also sustained a fracture below his shoulder. He still suffers pain, problems with elevation essex is still attending medical appointments, Chelmsford Crown Court heard.
Ebbs Artez, 25, of Milwards was found guilty by a jury at Chelmsford Crown Court on November 22, for attempting to rape a woman in The Water Gardens car park in the early hours of May Aaron Bissmire, 30, of no fixed address, was jailed for 12 months after assaulting a man in Harlow. He was found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm following an incident at the Oasis Hotel on August 18, Officers were called shortly after He then assaulted the victim by hitting him over the head with what was described as a mug.
Bissmire was found guilty by a jury on January 22 and he was sentenced to 12 months in prison plus an additional 12 months on license. Earlier in January, three dealers were jailed after officers found drugs including cocaine and paraphernalia when they arrested Dylan Harrison, Kye Pasquale, and Robert Poynter at a flat in Argent Street, Grays, on April 26 last year. Harrison pleaded guilty to one count of possession essex class A drugs with intent to supply and one count of possession of class B drugs with intent danile supply when he appeared at Basildon Crown Court on June A fourth sssex, Jaz Blundell, pleaded guilty to permitting premises to be used for the supply of drugs when he appeared at court on essex same day.
Harrison, 22, of Tower Street, Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, was jailed for two years and four months. He also received two month sentences for two counts of criminal damage, one month for possession of cocaine and four months for another count of assault on an emergency worker, all to run concurrently.
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Daniel Ian Black. Cowall, Argyleshire, Scotland. Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. He was found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm following an incident at the Oasis Hotel on August 18, Officers were called shortly after He then assaulted the victim by hitting him over the head with what was described as a mug.
Bissmire was found guilty by a jury on January 22 and he was sentenced to 12 months in prison plus an additional 12 months on license. Earlier in January, three dealers were jailed after officers found drugs including cocaine and paraphernalia when they arrested Dylan Harrison, Kye Pasquale, and Robert Poynter at a flat in Argent Street, Grays, on April 26 last year. Harrison pleaded guilty to one count of possession of class A drugs with intent to supply and one count of possession of class B drugs with intent to supply when he appeared at Basildon Crown Court on June A fourth man, Jaz Blundell, pleaded guilty to permitting premises to be used for the supply of drugs when he appeared at court on the same day.
Harrison, 22, of Tower Street, Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, was jailed for two years and four months. He also received two month sentences for two counts of criminal damage, one month for possession of cocaine and four months for another count of assault on an emergency worker, all to run concurrently. Any SMS messages will not be added. Officers arrived and he appeared to be unwell, so he was offered a drink and they tried to calm him.
However, he became agitated and made threats to harm the officers. He was restrained and was taken to hospital for precautionary checks. He was also found in possession of drugs. Five members of a county line drug dealing gang who supplied Class A drugs across parts of the Epping Forest District were sentenced.
During the investigation, Morris was caught dealing crack cocaine in Barfields, Loughton, on various occasions in August Morris admitted four counts of supplying a Class A drug and was jailed for three years. The court also heard how year-old Jordan Young was caught dealing rocks and wraps of the Class A drug crack cocaine in July last year. Young of Elmsdale Road, Walthamstow also admitted a charge of supplying a Class A drug and was jailed for three years.
Three other members of the gang also appeared in the dock alongside Morris and Young to be sentenced for their part in the drug dealing gang. Salim Adam, 20 of Tudor Road, Leicester, admitted two counts of supplying Class A drugs and was given a two-year jail term suspended for two years. Tom King, 37 of Colson Road, Loughton, admitted supplying a Class A drug and was also given a two-year jail term suspended for two years.
Joel Young, 22, also of Elmsdale Road, Walthamstow, admitted possessing a Class B drug with intent to supply and was given a nine-month jail term suspended for a year.
The hard work of officers culminated in a series of dawn raids in November last year with the execution of 19 warrants and 24 arrests across the district in November On January 10 two men and a teenage boy were collectively sentenced to more than 13 years in prison following an aggravated burglary where a man was attacked with a claw hammer.
Caleb Oduro, 19, and Rawlings Okonedo, 18, both of Broadfields in Harlow and a year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court.
One of the men, armed with a claw hammer, had broken into a house in Quarry Springs at 1. Upon making his way downstairs to the living room to let in his two associates, who were waiting outside the back door, he disturbed the resident of the house, a man in his 50s, who had been reading in the living room.
The victim was threatened and then attacked with the hammer when he refused to open the locked back door. He relented, and the second man, who was armed with a wooden bat, and the teenage boy entered the property.
The victim was forced back into the living room, where all three burglars began attacking him with the hammer and bat, his mouth was then taped shut to prevent him from making any noise.
After a neighbour heard the commotion they called police. All three were arrested at the scene on suspicion of aggravated burglary and assault causing actual bodily harm. Upon searching the house, a number of weapons, including a claw hammer, a wooden bat and a pair of scissors were recovered.
Oduro and Okonedo pleaded guilty to all charges against them at an earlier hearing. The year-old boy also pleaded guilty. In addition, Oduro pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis.
Oduro and Akonedo were both handed five years in prison for aggravated burglary, and two years for causing actual bodily harm, which will run concurrently. All of his other sentences will run concurrently including six months for causing actual bodily harm, ten months for robbery, four months for threatening with a blade and four months for being concerned in the supply of cannabis. The year-old set upon his year-old victim in Central Avenue, Southend, on July 11 last year.
Witnesses reported seeing Hyde get out of a white van parked in Hamstel Road, run towards the victim and stab him with a knife. When police arrived at the scene, an officer had to give the victim life-saving treatment until paramedics arrived.
Hyde, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent and possession of an offensive weapon at Basildon Crown Court on January He also received a six-month custodial sentence for the possession of an offensive weapon and a month prison sentence for the theft in Shoeburyness, both to be served concurrently. However, the boy in question was in fact a profile set up by a paedophile hunting group and Wood was subsequently arrested and charged for his actions.
On July 27, , year-old Anas Baig followed an year-old woman as she was walking home from a night out with her friends in Luton. At that point, the victim's mobile phone rang and disrupted Baig, allowing the woman to get away from him. Around half an hour later, a different woman in her 20s was walking along Alma Street, Luton, when Baig approached her, offered her money for sex and attempted to sexually assault her. Fortunately, a group of men were walking nearby and managed to intercept the incident.
Baig ran from the scene. Officers investigating the two incidents in Luton town centre saw Baig captured on CCTV following his victims in the area shortly before each incident. In the case of the second woman in Alma Street, he was seen to be following her for a period of up to 20 minutes beforehand.
Baig, of The Hides in Harlow, was arrested after dedicated investigation work by Bedfordshire Police's Emerald team , who specialise in cases of rape and serious sexual assault. In December, he pleaded guilty to one count of attempted rape, one count of assault by beating and one count of assault by beating with intent to commit a sexual offence. He was sentenced at Luton Crown Court on Tuesday January 29 to six years for the attempted rape of his first victim, with a further four months for the assault by beating.
Baig also received 20 months for assault by beating of his second victim to run concurrently with the four months handed down for assault of the first victim.
Read the full here. A year-old attempted to rape an month-old baby while filming the abuse and hoarded more than 1, indecent images of children and even a dog involved in sexual activity. Gould was also caught with 1, sick images of children being assaulted and 52 extreme pornographic images which involved a female dog, on an external hardrive. He appeared at Basildon Crown Court to be sentenced for his crimes, with family members of the victims shouting from the public gallery.
As he was jailed for a decade - with another eight years to be served on license - one person exclaimed that "ten years was not enough" for the convicted sex offender, as he was taken down from the dock. Police officers arrived at an address on Seabrooke Rise, Grays , on January 13 last year. When they stormed in, Gould was arrested and detained in the car park while officers searched the property. Essex Police conducted the raid as the IP address was shown to have been uploading indecent images of children.
Gould admitted in a police interview his possession of the indecent images and was adamant his girlfriend, who he lived with at the time, knew nothing whatsoever of his shameful crimes. He told officers he was "wrong in the head" and "found pleasure in the images". Afterwards, he wrote a letter to the police officer investigating him and explained what they would find on his devices, which included a mobile phone, a laptop and an external hardrive.
On September 7, , Chris McFadden was walking through a field in Blackshots, Grays , when he was approached by two men on a moped. He described how Daniel, who was wearing a black helmet and a dark coloured scarf, asked him what he had and put his hand in his pocket. Fearing he was "going to get stabbed", the victim handed over a packet of cigarettes and Daniel left. On October 1, a year-old girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had just got off the bus after returning from Basildon.
She described how Daniel "grabbed her by the throat and threatened to kill her" if she did not hand over her phone. Passing sentence, Judge Graham told Daniel: "You have had a troubled and unsettled life but you have no previous convictions.
You have committed three serious offences, however none of the three victims were seriously injured. You were only 19 and an immature 19 at that. I have seen these positive references about you that speak of your intelligence and good qualities you have showed, and you have written me a letter. Daniel was sentenced to three years' detention in a young offenders institution for three counts of robbery, each to run concurrently with one another.
He will spend half the time in custody with credit given for the time he has already spent in custody. The rest of the sentence will be served on license under supervision. TOWIE star Gemma Collins' ex-boyfriend was jailed after he broke his partner's arm and threatened to kill her in a terrifying attack. During the heated argument, Moss punched her in the nose causing it to bleed and after falling to the ground, his victim phoned the police.
She told police she had been assaulted by her boyfriend when the officer down the phone heard her screaming and crying out in pain. The phone then went dead and in her statement, the victim described how Moss kicked her on her left arm. I will kill you. His victim then jumped out of the window to escape the viscious attack and Moss was later arrested. Moss denied punching her in the face, kicking her in the ribs and threatening her yet entered a guilty plea to the charges before him on January 14 this year.
Moss was locked up in for his role in a drugs conspiracy and was sentenced to five-and-a-half-years. And for this offence, he was jailed yet again- this time he was sentenced to 21 months for inflicting grievous bodily harm and was made subject to a restraining order for three years preventing him from contacting the victim. A brave young girl who was sexually abused by sick paedophile David Morgan faced her attacker in court as he was jailed for 10 years. The girl, who cannot be name for legal reasons, was just 13 when she was subjected to a three-month campaign of abuse between November and January and was pressured into silence.
All he wanted was my body. It should have been with someone who truly loves me, he took that away from me. You knew she was a young girl who had certain vulnerabilities. You took away her innocence. What a brave young girl, I hope you hung your head in shame when you listened to the effect you had on her.
Morgan, who admitted his offending on November 21 last year, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and was placed on the sex offenders register for life. He was also made subject to a sexual harm prevention order SHPO and a restraining order preventing him from contacting his victim. Bradley Turner, 38, and John Sheppard, 67, were arrested after being found in a fishing boat carrying Iraqi nationals off Ramsgate, Kent, in August.
The boat, named the Little Bit of Bait, owned and captained by Turner, was towed back to Ramsgate and referred to Border Force officials. Officers boarded the vessel and found Turner, Sheppard and another man - one of the Iraqis - on board. It was later established a family of three, a man, a "heavily pregnant" woman and a six-year-old child, had already disembarked before officers arrived.
Sentencing Judge Simon James said the pair had sought to profit from "the desperation of others" and "any attempt to circumvent the border controls has a capacity to undermine the nation's security". He said the migrants would have been seeking "a new life for themselves" but the prevalence of illegal immigration was a "matter of considerable and understandable public concern, placing as it does an increasing burden on the state".
The pair, who pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring to facilitate a breach of immigration law, were sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court on Thursday January Turner, of Canvey Island, and Sheppard, of Saffron Walden, each received a four and a half year prison sentence. Described as "dangerous" by police, Muhammed Mucahid, approached an year-old boy in the toilets of a McDonalds in Southend High Street on August 5 last year. He kissed the boy on the cheek and tried to usher him into a cubicle but the boy ran off from the toilet and rejoined his father who had been ordering food.
When the boy saw Mucahid follow another child and their mother into the toilets, he told his father what happened and his father alerted staff who then identified Mucahid as being responsible. This was overheard by an off-duty Special Constable who followed Mucahid and detained him before being joined two other officers. After targeting a number of Braintree homes over Christmas and New Year, Adam Watts was finally brought to justice after he triggered an alarm system while trying to access a property.
He then left the property driving the vehicle, before using a store card to purchase a new television in Colchester. Then, at 2. He triggered an alarm system and his image was captured by a doorbell camera while trying to access the building. On Friday, December 28, officers attended Watts' home address and found the new television and the stolen store card. The following day, Essex Police then stopped a vehicle that Watts was travelling in, but he ran off.
He was found shortly afterwards hiding on a shed roof, where he had waited for 40 minutes. He admitted to burglary, attempted burglary, theft of a motor vehicle, fraud by false misrepresentation and possession of cannabis when he appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Monday, January 28 and was jailed for 21 months in early February. Andrew Dodds and his best friend Clinton Smith had been out in Cambridge celebrating the birthday of the victim's brother Jason Smith on July 1, The court heard how Dodds had been "continuously drinking" throughout the day and, in the early hours of the following morning July 2 , the trio drove back to Saffron Walden.
That is when Dodds, the driver, approached a "sweeping left hand bend" in Chestnut Avenue and lost control of the vehicle. The car left the road and crashed into three trees. Clinton, who was best man at Dodds' wedding, was in the rear and was not wearing a seatbelt. As a result, he suffered serious head injuries and despite Dodds and paramedics trying to save him, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Dodds was jailed for one year and six months for causing Clinton's death by careless driving and was disqualified from driving for two years and nine and a half months. Investigating officer Sergeant Peter Swan, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: "This is a tragic incident which has cost a man his life and my thoughts and sympathy are very much with the victim's family. Not only does he have to serve his sentence, but also live with the knowledge that his actions cost his friend his life.
Bailey Wilson, 19, and Jordan Thomas, 18, along with a year-old girl who cannot be named for legal reasons, broke into a flat on North Station Road, Colchester on July 20, Armed with a "large kitchen knife", the three teenagers entered the property at around 3am before threatening the victim and stealing valuable items from the flat.
Addressing the two male defendants first, Judge Christopher Morgan made reference to their previous criminal convictions. Wilson was sentenced to two years and nine months' detention in a Young Offenders Institution, comprising two years for burglary and nine months for two breaches of his suspended sentences.
Thomas was sentenced to two years' detention for burglary, also in a Young Offenders Institution. For both, the time they have already spent in custody will count towards their sentence.
Addressing the year-old girl, Judge Morgan said: "You are the youngest of the defendants. You have significant difficulties. The teenager avoided a custodial sentence, and will instead be subject to a two-year youth rehabilitation order, with a curfew in the form of an electronic monitor for six months. A man who carried out an armed robbery at a betting shop in Grays wearing a pair of pants over his face was jailed on his birthday.
At around 3. On February 7, Baker, of North Road, Westcliff, celebrated his 34th birthday but it wasn't a day for cake and ice cream as instead, he admitted armed robbery and was jailed for four and a half years Basildon Crown Court. A gang of thieves, including a convicted murderer, were jailed for a combined period of 86 months after targeting elderly and vulnerable people across Essex and Hertfordshire.
Marius Mereson, who was sentenced to eight years in prison for murder in his homeland of Romania in , Razvan Dorosin and female accomplice Carmen Feraru were jailed for a total of 90 months after pleading guilty to conspiring with others to steal bank cards, cash and other personal items at St Albans Crown Court on Thursday, February 7. You gave no consideration to the sort of pain you have inflicted upon the elderly and vulnerable.
The effect on them is catastrophic and life-changing. A "wicked" sexual predator from Clacton was jailed for a total of 17 years after subjecting his victims to decades of abuse. Grant Lee, 62, of Turpins Avenue, was sent to jail for a string of offences dating back to right up until and involved a number of victims aged under The year-old received 12 years for 15 counts of indecent assault on a child and five years consecutively for one count of assaulting a child by touching and for one count of causing a child to engaging in sexual activity at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday, February 8.
Thomas Peter, 50, of Valentines Way, Romford , carried out his wicked crime on August 2, , while his three daughters were still in the family home. He was sentenced to life imprisonment to serve a minimum 25 years for the murder, to add to a seven-year concurrent sentence for arson.
On August 2, the pair's daughters, now aged 22, 20 and 14, were awoken to a muffled scream from their mother, coming from their parent's bedroom. One of the daughters entered the room and saw Peter on the floor. He kicked the door shut and locked it, saying he was naked and had hurt his knee. When asked where their mother was, he said she had gone for a walk - a lie he repeatedly told that morning. It wasn't until they heard Karen's phone ringing from the bedroom after they had called it that their suspicions grew.
After Peter had asked the girls to put the bins out, the girls heard the sound of something being dragged upstairs. When questioned about the noise, he said it was a suitcase and refused to open the door he had been in. One of the daughters managed to call the police at about 6. The daughter grabbed the keys and tried to get into the rear room, but Peter grabbed the keys back off her.
Two bin men working in the area then came running into the house and told everyone to get out but Peter pushed them back down the stairs telling them no one was in the house. The victim, a woman in her early 40s, was withdrawing money from the cashpoint while a second woman, Jude, was waiting behind her. Jude then approached the victim, punched and slapped her before stealing the money she had just withdrawn.
The victim did not require medical treatment but the CCTV footage was circulated by the Metropolitan Police in a bid to find the robber. At her hearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court Jude was sentenced to two years and nine months in prison for the robbery. Detective Inspector Steve Bluemore, of Waltham Forest CID, said: "This was a shocking attack in broad daylight and although the victim was not seriously injured, the effects of becoming the victim of crime run far deeper than a loss of cash.
A pensioner who arranged to meet a year-old boy at McDonald's and take him home for sex looked stunned when he was sent to prison. Allan Stimson, 79, of Wharley Hook in Harlow, turned to his barrister and said he expected to receive a suspended sentence when he appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on February He was left stunned when Judge Patricia Lynch instead told him he would be going straight to jail for grooming a boy more than 60 years' his junior.
Stimson had been widowed since his children were young and had issues with his sexuality for a number of years since his wife died, the hearing was told. He would frequently use gay-dating app Grindr to message younger men, normally between the age of 18 and It was back in May when Stimson started grooming 'Ben' - a boy who he believed to be 15 years old.
Using the user name 'Just Fun', Stimson discussed meeting at McDonald's and even told him he would bring condoms with him when they met up. Little did he know that year-old Ben was in fact an adult decoy account set up by 'paedophile hunter' group CSE Interceptors. The decoy account said he was 15, but that did not stop Stimson from initiating a sexual encounter with someone more than 60 years' younger than him.
Rifat and Sonya Mehmet, 53 and 39 respectively, burgled two properties in Chigwell in October last year and were jailed at a hearing on February The Mehmets, who have three children together, carried out the recent burglaries in Coopers Close, Chigwell on October 23 and The pair stole tools from the shed of one garden, and three decorative samurai swords as well as CDs and other Chinese weapons from another property.
On one occasion, Rifat, of Charlecote in Dagenham, noticed the door to the main house was left open and unlocked. Seizing his opportunity, he stole bank cards, cigarettes and jewellery while Sonya waited in the car. Sheilagh Davies, prosecuting, said: "Their Ford Focus pulled up in the Drive Thru - within the vehicle were tools stolen. Andrew Simon Wilson, 57, was sentenced to a total of 12 years behind bars on February 15 after being convicted three days earlier following a day trial.
He was also found with more than indecent images on his computer following a police investigation. The defendant carried out his sick crimes in Sussex, London and Germany, but until his sentence had lived in Walton-on-the Naze. Wilson will be a registered sex offender for life and was given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order SHPO to last until further court order, severely restricting his access to young children and computers.
Detective Constable Gemma Nickols of the Sussex Police Complex Abuse Unit said: "Wilson has been a committed and highly capable musician over many years, well known in the world of all-male choirs and choral music. We very much admire their courage and fortitude in coming forward, and in supporting the prosecution throughout.
A group of three men who ambushed and brutally beat a father to death with garden shears and a pick axe handles in a revenge attack were jailed more than a year later. The incident happened on November 12, where police were called out to reports of a fight in the early hours in Ilford High Street.
They found a man in a pool of blood with serious injuries shortly before 3am and was taken to an Wast London hospital, where he sadly died from his injuries an hour or so later. The man was named locally as Sandel Serbu - a year-old father of Romanian origin who had recently moved to the UK and living in Barking.
Razvan Vladescu, 27, and his brother Araman-Nardi Stoica, 25, both of no fixed address, were found guilty of murder and possession of an offensive weapon. Vladescu and Stoica were given life imprisonment with a combined total of 49 years, while Vasile was handed a 12 year sentence. Sarah Cornish, 18, suffered a fractured spine, breaks to both her legs and a broken arm when the car she was a passenger in collided with a parked vehicle.
He was found to be above the alcohol limit and had ketamine and benzoylecgonine - the main compound found in cocaine - in his system, Basildon Crown Court heard. Sarah, from South Ockendon , did not know her former boyfriend, Kieran Moore, had been drinking or taking drugs when she got into the car.
Moore, who is no longer in a relationship with Sarah, previously pleaded guilty to two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving, two counts of drug driving and one count of drink driving.
Another charge of causing actual bodily harm to another passenger, which Moore denied, was allowed to lie on file. He was sentenced to three years in prison at Basildon Crown Court , and h e will serve half his sentence before he is released on licence. Moore also received a five-and-a-half year driving ban and will have to take an extended re-test once that ban expires. Rafal Szczeblawski, 37, of Virgil Road in Witham was banned from seeing the mother of his children after smashing up her home with an axe.
He had gone to see Zaneta Blaszczyk, and their two children at her house to celebrate New Year's together. What Szczeblawski didn't know however was that Zaneta's friend Mariusz Sucholdolski, who it is believed she is romantically involved with, was also at the property. Szczeblawski, of Polish origin, was told to leave after an argument about whether he could let off fireworks in the garden with the children.
But he returned a short while after with an axe, smashing up the door and glass panels, hell-bent on getting into the house. For the offence of ABH on Zaneta, he was handed an eight-month sentence, and for the offensive weapon he was given a month sentence - both to run concurrently.
A summary charge of 'violence to secure entry' brought no separate sentence and count one on the indictment will lie on file. Peter Stevens, of South Woodham Ferrers, set up a separate electronic device and filmed Skype contact between himself and two girls under the age of When his computers were seized, an Acer and a Seagate hard drive, hundreds of indecent images were discovered.
Through the investigation, which saw the computers seized on August 7, , more than indecent images of children were found. Over the course of the previous 13 months, category C images were made, as well as Stevens possessing another 71 indecent images of the same category and one falling into the more serious category B.
These were ordered to run concurrently with Stevens' serving a total of nine months behind bars. He was given a sexual harm prevention order and ordered to sign the sex offenders' register, both to run for 10 years. On that evening they both raped a woman. Ivascu held her down by her wrists as Mihai raped her first, followed by Ivascu himself. When Ivascu was attacking her, one of her children was coming into the room when Mihai told them to leave and go upstairs.
After, the victim told the police what had happened and the pair were arrested later that day. Almost two years after the horrific attack, the two men were sentenced to 20 years combined in jail. The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was courageous enough to stand up in court and speak of how they "turned her life upside down".
She described how they have "taken something she'll never get back" and explained how she suffers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression and anxiety since the attack. She was horrifically attacked by two men in her own home, as one of the men held her down so the other could rape her. This all happened as her children were upstairs, with one of the rapists telling her child 'to go back' when they tried to come into the room. Judge Christopher Morgan ordered for Claudiu Ivascu, 23, of Sycamore Road, Colchester , to spend 12 years behind bars for one count of rape, and 12 years for a joint charge of rape, with the charge being shared with Mihai.
The two terms will run concurrently where he will spend 12 years behind bars in total. Nicolae Mihai, 22, of Albert Street, Colchester, was told he would spend eight years imprisoned for the joint charge of rape, and have a charge of assault of a woman by penetration to lay on file. He began crying in the dock.
The pair will spend 20 years in jail combined. After hearing about a minor collision involving his father and the year-old victim, Jack McGarry, 25, went to the Burdock Drive Area of Laindon on November 15 last year. The victim ran when he saw the gun before McGarry fired it and he was treated in hospital for his injuries.
An investigation was launched and Essex Police treated the incident as a targeted attack. Officers found a shotgun the following day November 16 at an address near the scene of the shooting. On the weapon were McGarry's fingerprints, who handed himself into police on Monday, November He was charged with a number of offences and appeared at Basildon Crown Court on Wednesday, February 20, where he admitted carrying a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and attempting to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.
McGarry, formerly of Cranfield Park Avenue, North Benfleet, was jailed for eight years for each offence, to run concurrently. A man who kicked a complete stranger to death by Lakeside Shopping Centre was jailed for life. On that fateful morning, Ion had taken a bus from Birmingham to Romania to allegedly pick up his children and bring them back to the UK. Witnesses say as Ms Hunt got off at her normal bus stop, Ion was running towards her, appearing to try and flag the bus down.
But after it appeared like Julie gestured to him that the bus had already started moving, Ion knocked her to the ground. He then proceeded to kick and stamp on her head in full view of several passers-by, fracturing her bones and causing severe brain injuries. When he did eventually stop, he fled through a bramble bush while an off-duty paramedic tried to resuscitate Julie who had suffered a cardiac arrest.
But the attempts of ambulance crews who arrived on scene shortly afterwards proved fruitless. Julie was pronounced dead at 10am. He was jailed for life with a minimum sentence of 18 years and four months at Chelmsford Crown Court on March 7.
A year-old man was sent to prison for a "sexually motivated" assault on a child nearly 30 years ago. Ronald Lawes pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a child and appeared before Chelmsford Crown Court on Wednesday, March The assault took place in Brentwood in when Lawes, aged 67 at the time, kissed an year-old girl and touched her under her clothing.
The case did not come to the attention of authorities until when the victim, now an adult, came forward. Lawes, who now lives in Spain, appeared before the court in a wheelchair, wearing a blue and white striped shirt and a cream knitted jumper.
He went on to say that Lawes knew what he had done was wrong through his plea to the child to keep it a secret. Lawes was sentenced to two years in jail, of which he will serve half and spend the rest on licence. A man who sprayed another man in the face with a noxious substance during an aggravated burglary before fleeing to Spain has been jailed for nearly nine years.
David Hudson attacked the victim after forcing his way into an address in Danbury Close, Leigh-on-Sea , at around midday on October 5, The victim needed hospital treatment but, despite having blurry vision for three days, did not suffer permanent damage.
The 52 year-old, of no fixed address, was arrested at Stansted Airport when he arrived back in the country. He was picked out of an identity parade by the victim and charged with throwing a corrosive liquid with intent to burn, maim, disfigure, disable, or cause grievous bodily harm. Hudson was also charged with aggravated burglary in connection with the incident and ABH in connection with the previous assault.
A robber who targeted Basildon businesses has been jailed for five years. He used a hammer to smash security glass on the first two occasions to get into a staff area. On the third he used a paving slab to smash the glass and was armed with a chisel.
He stole a four-figure sum in total. He admitted four counts of robbery, three counts of having a bladed or pointed article, one count of attempted robbery, one count of having an offensive weapon and one count of going equipped for theft.
He also asked for a further offence to be taken into consideration, which was the theft of money from a till at Asda in Eastgate, Basildon, on January 4. A man who was found growing cannabis plants inside an address in Basildon has been jailed for two years and six months.
Erlis Vatoci, 28, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the production of a controlled drug at Basildon Crown Court on Thursday, February On January 24, police executed a warrant at an address in Kent View Road following concerns about drug activity. A man has been jailed following an aggravated burglary in Brentwood where a woman was tied up in her home after receiving a knock at her door from a bogus postal worker.
Carmelo Farrugia, 31, of Penzance Road, Romford, was sentenced to seven years and six months for one count of aggravated burglary at Basildon Crown Court on Wednesday, February At around The postal worker then barged passed her, entered the property and pinned her to the floor.
This assault caused bruising and grazing. Two other men then came in, stepped over both the bogus postal worker and woman and carried out a messy search in all of the rooms, including the loft. Farrugia was arrested the following day at Heathrow Airport after booking a last minute flight to Malta in an attempt to flee the country. A man who attacked three people and caused criminal damage to a shop in Westcliff in just three hours has been sent to prison.
Nicky McCarthy, 38, of no fixed address, received four years and six months for robbery and three year concurrent sentences for two counts of actual bodily harm. Jamie Brewer, 29, of Sawkins Avenue, Chelmsford, appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Thursday, February 28, where he received 30 months for two counts of actual bodily harm, two counts of assaults of beating, one count of burglary and dangerous driving and 11 counts of criminal damage.
He admitted the offences that day. He was banned from driving for 27 months. A man has been jailed for five years after robbing his victim of his winnings as he left a casino in Southend. Peter Durman, 33, of Ashford Road, Feltham, Middlesex, was sentenced at Basildon Crown Court after admitting robbery, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance at the same court on Thursday, January On July 2, , Durman followed the victim by vehicle from Genting Casino to his home around 6.
The victim was hit to head and grabbed by the throat before having his phone, car keys and a four-figure sum of cash stolen. They drove off and police later found that he had entered Casino before the attack. He was arrested in December Andrew Watt, 48, died in hospital on August 19, , after being assaulted outside the Poplar Kitten pub in Harlow two days before. The jury heard how Mr Watt had been drinking in the Poplar Kitten, his local, at the same time as Collins and Jordan on August 17 Mr Watt continued to try and diffuse the arguments but, throughout the night, Collins and Jordan continued to target the group of men.
Both Collins and Jordan left the pub after Mr Watt was knocked unconscious and fell to the floor, where he suffered severe head injuries. A man had entered the store armed with a samurai-style sword and threatened a cashier and a security guard to empty the till. When they could not access more than one till, he demanded cigarettes instead, and left the store without harming anyone.
Sampson pleaded guilty to robbery and possession of a bladed article at Chelmsford Crown Court on February He was sentenced to six years in prison for robbery and six months concurrently for possession of a bladed article.
Alan Merry, 33, of South Close, received four years in prison and a further four years on licence for harassment at Chelmsford Crown Court yesterday, Friday, March He also received 18 months for racially aggravated assault, six months for another count of harassment, six months for taking a motor vehicle without consent and four months for violent entry, all to run concurrently.
A man has been jailed for six years and six months after carrying out attacking his victim in his own home in Loughton. He also received five years for grievous bodily harm with intent and two years and five months for possession of an offensive weapon, to run concurrently. A prolific shoplifter has been sent to prison and has been given a three-year criminal behaviour order that bans him from entering intu Lakeside shopping centre.
A driver who left a cyclist with serious injuries after overtaking vehicles in a country lane in Stambridge with a heavily pregnant passenger on board has been jailed. Ibrahim Hacisevki, 26, of Mustang Close, Rochford, received two years for causing serious injury and four months for perverting the course of justice, to run consecutively, at Basildon Crown Court on Friday, March 15th. He previously denied the offences but later pleaded guilty and was also disqualified for two years with an extension of 14 months.
Around 6. He then swerved back onto the correct side of the road, losing control and hitting the back of a bicycle and knocking the year-old rider off.
Hacisevki got out of his car, spoke briefly with a witness and walked away from the scene with his passenger. The cyclist suffered two fractured vertebrae, fractures to his pelvis, a fractured pubis and several cuts and bruises. Wrenn was also responsible for a string of robberies and attempted robberies in March and April last year. Chelmsford Crown Court heard how officers were patrolling in Westfield, Harlow on January 9 this year when they spotted a known drug users lurking near a garage area.
A year-old man has been jailed for 12 years after being found guilty of an aggravated burglary in Colchester in May The Jury heard how Sabou had entered the home of a woman in her 30s along with three other men, after arranging to meet her at her home on St.
Peter's Street around 10pm. The men were reported to be armed with stun guns and batons and used these to restrain the victim, using the stun gun on her friend, who was also in the property at the time.
The men searched the address and stole a number of items including a computer tablet, mobile phones, cash and bank cards, before leaving. He was also convicted of nine theft offences which took place in Norwich and was given a nine months custodial sentence for each offence, which will run concurrently to the 12 year prison sentence he was given for the aggravated burglary. A man who assaulted a taxi driver, stabbed him in the arm with a needle, and stole his car has been jailed for more than six years.
Smith then tried to pull the victim out of the car and hit him to the leg with a metal bar. The victim tried to grab his car keys but Smith stopped him and stuck two needles in his arm. Smith then got into the car and drove off. Officers were able to trace the car to a car park in Kitson Way. As they approached the vehicle they saw Smith and two other people standing by it. As the officers approached them, the trio walked off. As they did, Smith was seen to drop a bottle and another item, later identified as a needle which the officers seized.
Prosecuting, Matthew Morgan, said: "She did not want to walk with him so decided to cross the road. The woman first alerted police to his behaviour that day, but his threats continued a week later on the evening of Tuesday, July After leaving Basildon Police Station, White, pretending to be a distant cousin from the Irish travelling community, left numerous voicemails on her phone. Mr Morgan called his messaging 'relentless', describing it as an act of 'jealousy'. White claimed in police interview that he was not the Irish man on the other end of the phone and that he was also receiving threatening calls.
He also breached his bail conditions on two occasions by contacting the complainant and was remanded in custody before the hearing. Christopher Whitcombe, mitigating on White's behalf, explained how White has a previous conviction against the complainant.
After briefly splitting in , she returned saying she had fallen pregnant with another man's baby.