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A van driver who mowed down a police officer while driving 'manically' outside a nursery has been jailed. There, they seized his laptop, which contained video evidence of his crimes. Steven Spencer, who went on a spending spree with bank cards he stole during a burglary in Sunderland, has been locked up.
He was found guilty of all five counts at Newcastle Crown Court and has now been sentenced to four years in prison.
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Pearson, Robert. Holland, 22, was standing outside a cell talking to another inmate when Knowles, 32, allen curtis sex offender in Altrincham him in the head, Manchester Crown Court heard. When Evans pulled over at a Tesco store around a mile away to use the cashpoint the couple, who have been married for 44 years, were able to escape into the store and raise the alarm.
Brazen burglar Paul Smith was foiled when the residents saw him breaking into their Sunderland home and flagged down a police car. Barry Wemyss forced himself on the vulnerable mum when she was 'completely unresponsive', having consumed drugs.
But when he arrived in the Allen curtis sex offender in Altrincham capital city he discovered he had lost his passport - and was promptly fired and sent home. Now the year-old, of Dovedale Court, South Shieldshas been jailed for 12 months after he admitted threatening another with a knife.
Orchin, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to 16 charges including one offence of rape and 15 of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and sexual assault. Brazen burglar Paul Smith was foiled when the residents saw him breaking into their Sunderland home and flagged down a police car.
There is a mandatory minimum sentence of five years for adult caught with guns, however he was 17 at the time and the minimum for a youth is three years. A court heard the jealous brute, who has a history of domestic abuse, presents a risk of causing serious harm to future partners.
Both thugs - who breached suspended sentences with their roles in the attack - have now been jailed at Newcastle Crown Court. The thug was eventually arrested in Durham two months after the attack and was charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and a string of driving offences.