Jones told his target he had always wanted sex with somebody of her age, but had never found anyone local before. A thug who punched and bit his ex-girlfriend and pushed his mum over has been jailed for a year. Wales is in the midst of a two week lockdown until November 9 (Picture: Getty) In Scotland, where a five tiered system for combating the virus is … After dumping the vehicle he fled on foot but was knocked to the floor when he ran straight into a police car. Some of the £47,500 fire damage caused by Lee Williams after he lit a cigarette in his room at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, despite repeated warnings, glasses and chairs were thrown after the landlord refused to serve them. The steel labourer has a history of violent offending, including two previous convictions for assault occasioning actual bodily harm. stealing from the James Pringle Weavers store at Llanfairpwll, used social media app Kik to contact the older "girls". Simon Porritt, now 70, abused his first victim – a Newcastle schoolgirl – in the 1980s before he moved away and started using a different name. Each individual appeared before the courts for their crimes. After hunting him down in Swansea, Pathmanathan drove the man to Fairwood Common where he viciously assaulted him before driving off and leaving him "to his own fate". The victim was reported missing in November 2019 and was found by family ... HP10 9TY | 01676637 | Registered in England & Wales. Morris from Manchester was pursued by police in Wales and officers said it was "lucky no-one was killed" by his "reckless driving". Pathmanathan was angry with his victim over a £50 drug deal. Bleddyn Wyn Harris was jailed for two years for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and three months each, to run consecutively, for two counts of common assault. The pair were arrested in Old Colwyn after stealing from the James Pringle Weavers store at Llanfairpwll on Anglesey. Locked Up: Criminals put behind bars in 2020. The disgruntled former defence worker has been jailed for four and a half years for disclosing “damaging” top secret details of a UK missile system. Grocott, of Cwrt Brenig, Buckley, was jailed for 19 months for being concerned in the supply of cannabis in 2018 with other sentences to run concurrently. One of the women he conned called him a "pathological liar - and a good one", while a judge said the 30-year-old had made it his life's work "to dupe and defraud innocent people". The man in his forties sent a series of disgusting sexual messages to an undercover police officer believing he was chatting online to a 13-year-old girl. The 31-year-old assaulted Sarah Isaac at her home in Pontypridd on November 24 last year while her teenage daughter was upstairs. pulling an air pistol on his brother in a pub, threatening a secondhand car salesman with a machete and football hooliganism, stole £500 from the bank account of an elderly and vulnerable woman. A judge at Mold Crown Court jailed him for a total of two-and-a-half years. Hill had spent the day of October 8 this year drinking at his home in Geiriol Road in the Townhill area of Swansea with Stephen Rees but "became agitated" when Mr Rees told him in the evening he had had enough. But he repaid her kindness by taking a blank cheque from her bedroom and using it to steal cash from her bank account. Despite stern instructions from staff the 44-year-old lit up a cigarette while wearing an oxygen mask and caused a serious fire sending thick smoke through the ward. The woman survived but had been too scared to seek hospital treatment. But it took 18 months to summon him to court, which was branded an "unacceptable" delay, by Judge Rhys Rowlands. The 46-year-old, from Cardiff, was found with more than £20,000 worth of drugs in a rucksack when he was detained by an officer for breaching a deportation order. 11 criminals locked up in Berkshire in November 2020. But the defendant was back before Cardiff Crown Court last month after breaching the order for the second time in a year. At one point the 25-year-old struck Ms Truman with a "Superman punch" so forceful it could be heard by witnesses in the street. Hussain used fake social media accounts to message his victim the day after being released from custody on licence. Man who raped 11-year-old girl among 23 sick criminals locked up in November. He also cut her finger while the victim tried to protect her throat from being slashed, causing her to bleed profusely, and stabbed at a bathroom door after becoming frustrated. He was followed into Universal Street, Grangetown, before entering an alleyway and engaging in conversation with two women. On December 18, he was imprisoned for six months for each offence with the terms to run concurrently. 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Harries, 28, targeted his victim Bethany Priest while she was away from her home in Pontypool on June 3 last year and carried out a burglary which saw him take £500 worth of jewellery, including an engagement ring and wedding ring given to Ms Priest by her deceased fiancé. The 41-year-old - who claimed he had just found the knife in the street while walking home - had a history of violence including pulling an air pistol on his brother in a pub, threatening a secondhand car salesman with a machete and football hooliganism. He was unknown to the couple but tagged along with a friend of theirs to their address, where he began to play music and attempted to start a house party. Locked Up: The liars, dangerous drivers and pub brawlers jailed in November The faces of criminals who have been sent to prison in Wales in the past month walesonline A man going for an after-pub takeaway was attacked in the street in a sickening unprovoked assault. Curtin was found in possession of horrifying material, some which some showed babies being abused. The drug addict broke into a family's home and stole two mobile phones and a purse in order to pay off a debt. Mr Cox was sleeping downstairs at around 6.30am on April 17 when he was woken by a noise in the kitchen and when he looked he saw a man standing next to the tumble dryer. He stamped on and kicked his girlfriend less than a month after she gave birth to their daughter. Palmer turned up drunk to his estranged partner's property in Cardiff and became enraged after finding her stood outside having a cigarette with the tradesman. Cardiff Crown Court heard Curtin is already in prison for swindling his elderly widowed mother out of £15,000 to buy cocaine, clothes, and an oven and was due to be released at the end of November. rapes and sexual abuse over a prolonged period. These are some of the criminals who were put behind bars in North Wales in December. He then groped and touched her. Everyone featured was given custodial sentences for their crimes. He attacked his mother’s partner and repeatedly punched him in the head even after he was unconscious. Palmer then pushed the woman into the property before punching and destroying her new TV and then hitting her with one punch. Ritvan Qullhaj had earlier pleaded guilty to producing cannabis and was jailed on December 21 for 14 months at Mold Crown Court. The prosecutor said Mary Maughan and her partner had acted as lookouts while the men burgled the house. Massingham, 32, of Daniels Drive, Ruabon, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm, affray and criminal damage. The dealer was busted after police found his text messages advertising the sale of drugs. The driver live streamed video of himself racing through residential streets at speeds well in excess of 100mph. one mobile making or receiving up to 400 messages a day. He also stole a Rolex watch worth £6,000 after threatening Gareth Coates with a knife at his Cardiff home on September 3 last year and an iPhone worth £650 from a man in Bristol on August 23 last year in a similar robbery. He was caught by police just seven minutes after he broke into a woman’s house while she was sleeping. 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They include a father and his two son who started a New Year's Day brawl in a pub when they were refused more alcohol, a paedophile who saw justice catch up with him 20 years after he committed the crime, and a patient who caused almost £50,000 of damage to a hospital room after causing a fire by smoking in bed. They also found £4,500 in cash hidden under the dad's bed. Cardiff Crown Court heard the 27-year-old drug dealer was arrested after police raided his Pontypool home in July 2019. One officer said it was the worst violence they had seen in 21 years. Wayne Armstrong, 33, of Feltwood Road, Liverpool, was caught in a police County Lines investigation called Operation Boltrope and jailed at Caernarfon Crown Court for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine. Jamie McLoughlin, 25, of no fixed address, was caught in a police County Lines investigation called Operation Boltrope and jailed at Caernarfon Crown Court for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine, and also for the possession and the production of cannabis. Wells, 38, killed Alan Brown in an unprovoked attack outside a pub in Tredegar in May 2008 and was jailed for three years after being convicted of manslaughter. She then heard footsteps and began to panic as she lived alone. A dealer was jailed after bringing thousands of pounds worth of drugs into North Wales. The thug punched his ex girlfriend and cut her cheek with a shard of glass from a mirror he smashed at her home after being released from prison. Robinson, who was 17 years old at the time of the offence, targeted Vanessa Elliott at her home in Pontypool while her partner was out of the country and held a six-inch kitchen knife to her throat while dragging her round the house for 30 minutes. A paedophile who subjected two girls to horrific abuse has finally been jailed years after his victims came forward and police forces united to bring him to justice. When police raided the site and arrested him the 21-year-old claimed he had been forced into it. Blackwell, 28, of Chapel Terrace, in Bagillt, Holywell, was also found to be using sub-dealers to sell cocaine for him. assaulted 11 staff members over a five-month period in hospital. But, when his employer got out of the van in a lay-by in Prestatyn in Denbighshire, Howard stole the vehicle. He then lied to police by claiming his girlfriend has stumbled and fallen. The victim was beaten over the head with a length of wood in the incident, and needed 10 stitches to the wound on his scalp. drunken assault on his partner in her own home. Wales and England. A thug, who kicked and bit two police officers as they tried to arrest him, was jailed for six months. Howard, of Brookway Lane, St Helens, admitted five counts of aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, driving with no insurance and drug driving. His advocate said that since Howells had been a teenager there were only four years when he had not been convicted of an offence of one kind or another - and those four years were probably spent in jail. hundreds of potential customers at a time. But that has not stopped criminals being locked up for some of the worst crimes imaginable over the past year. explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. 19-year-old attackers returned and assaulted their victim once more, before leaving him unconscious in the road. 12 November – Figures indicate that 1,529 people are in hospital in Wales with COVID-19 related conditions, roughly 20% of all hospital beds in Wales, and higher than at the peak of the pandemic in April 2020, but that only 40% of intensive care beds are occupied with COVID patients when compared to earlier in the year. Jailed for two years for a drunken assault on his partner in her own home. At one point Ms James had to roll up into a ball to protect herself from repeated blows to the face, body, and head. On December 15, the court heard he was first caught in October 2018, when a cleaner discovered a large stash of drugs in his room in a Northop hotel. Ashley James Massingham, also choked Kathryn Joyce Evans, chased her down the street, tackled her to the ground and bit her cheek before putting a knife to her throat. The heroin dealer who is due to become a grandfather sold drugs to an undercover officer on two occasions to fund his own addiction. Green, 25, was at the home in Bridgend on August 28 when he brandished the weapon. The 33-year-old ransacked a house in Clos y Deri in Llanelli on September 30. urged him to use his time behind bars to change his life. Swansea Crown Court heard the 51-year-old has previous convictions for violence, drug dealing, and possession of offensive weapons including a sword and a bottle of concentrated ammonia. As of February 25, 2021, across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland there have been 4,154,562 positive cases of Covid-19 detected and 122,070 deaths within 28 days of a positive test. He left women, who fell for his flattery, with thousands of pounds of debt and persuaded a business partner and his wife to hand over huge sums he pocketed for himself. Something went wrong, please try again later. for swindling his elderly widowed mother out of £15,000 to buy cocaine, clothes, and an oven. 27 November 2020 Share this page The National Peatlands Action Programme will ensure the nationwide delivery of existing peatland policies devised by the Welsh Government, providing a single set of guidelines and advice for partners and land managers. Swansea Crown Court heard that in May this year 46-year-old Jones was in a pub in Carmarthenshire when he made "inappropriate comments" about a young woman's body. Jones posted a total of four clips on Facebook in what a judge said was a sign of his "warped pride" in what he was doing. The conman who stole thousands from his own mother has now been caught with hundreds of sickening child abuse images and videos on his phone. tried and failed to hide the wraps in his underwear. Mr Mills needed stitches and other hospital treatment for forehead, finger and thigh injuries after the incident at the Melrose Inn pub in Shotton. The 41-year-old admitted possession with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine and on December 23 was jailed by a judge at Mold Crown Court for a total of five years and four months. Since that conviction Wells has been in and out of the courts and was made subject to a serious crime prevention order (SCPO) in 2018. The child murderer, paedophiles and other criminals locked up in South Yorkshire in November; Read More Related Articles. Reuben Edwards, 49, and sons Leonard Edwards, 22, and Nino Edwards, 21, assaulted the landlord and customers at the Iron Duke pub in Pontypool on New Year's Day after drinking copious amounts of pink gin and Monster energy drink. At one point Marlow drove down the wrong side of a dual carriageway with the headlights of his van turned off and then went the wrong way around a roundabout as he tried to escape. The 30-year-old stole a Vauxhall Astra belonging to the mother of his four children on October 4 after visiting her home near Aberdare. The faces of criminals who have been sent to prison in Wales in the past month, Sign up for our Crime and Punishment Newsletter. Swansea Crown Court heard the victim had not been told he was at liberty and was hysterical when she called police to report he had contacted her again. This means that you can only leave your home for ‘essential’ reasons, such as shopping for food, working if you absolutely can’t do so from home or attending medical appointments. Humphreys, 27, of Pensyflog, Porthmadog, admitted two charges of assaulting an emergency officer, on November 23, 2020. Nicholas Ashley McElroy, of Tan Y Fron, Colwyn Bay, must serve half of the two years and five months in prison, half on licence and has been given an indefinite restraining order from approaching Amy Russell. The drugs courier was found with up to £1m worth of cocaine after being stopped on the M4 by police. On December 5, the three men were jailed for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine: Derren Kilbride, 21, of Ronald Street, Liverpool, for three years and four months, Wayne Armstrong, 33, of Feltwood Road, Liverpool, for six years and three months., and Jamie McLoughlin, 25, of no fixed address, for three years and four months plus another four months for possession and production of cannabis. Derren Kilbride, 21, of Ronald Street, Liverpool, was caught in a police County Lines investigation called Operation Boltrope and jailed at Caernarfon Crown Court for conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine. The twisted world of Gillet who "wormed his way" into the lives of lovers and business partners before fleecing them and leaving them in debt was laid bare in court. Lewis went on to assault the police officer who rushed to the scene, and was so aggressive he had to be pepper-sprayed and taken to the floor. But the 54-year-old has been handed extra jail time after police discovered he had amassed an "appalling" collection of more than 2,000 child sex images and videos that he claimed was borne out of "boredom". He bought the weapon from China but it was intercepted before it reached him. He stole £500 from the bank account of an elderly and vulnerable woman who was a neighbour of his mother. Daniel Jake Croft, 26, of Heol y Goron, Leeswood, Flintshire, was sentenced at Mold Crown Court, following two separate incidents this year. Royal was jailed for 28 weeks. less than a month after she gave birth to their daughter. There was the … Some of the criminals locked up in North Wales in November 2020 Sign up to FREE email alerts from NorthWalesLive - Court News Subscribe When … The best of the temperatures tomorrow will be in areas of North West Wales such as Porthmadog with 20C (68F) possible. hundreds of sickening child abuse images and videos on his phone. As startled workmen looked on as Brown almost smashed into an coming car then swerved across the carriageway and overtook a line of vehicles. Francis attacked and injured the hospital staff while she was sectioned under the Mental Health Act at Heatherwood Court Hospital on Llantrisant Road, Pontypridd. Swansea Crown Court heard the person who assaulted him, Jones, was drunk at the time and has no recollection of carrying out the attack. admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm, affray and criminal damage. He was also found with three mobile phones which he used to sell drugs to customers. Williams sparked the blaze at the University Hospital of Wales (UHW) in Cardiff after repeated warnings that he could not smoke. Locked up in November: The 7 biggest sentences dished out to Hampshire criminals 0 comment THOSE sentenced in November include a Boomtown drug dealer, a 18-year-old who stabbed a pensioner with a fish knife and a con artist who illegally opened 76 separate bank accounts. Paul Benjamin Jones, 43, had used social media app Kik to contact the older "girls" but had failed to follow through on a meeting with the younger girl and her parents, who were in reality undercover officers. The father and son team were running a drug business from the family home in Neath. A man was driven to a quiet spot on Gower and beaten with a hammer and kicked to the head in a "revenge" attack. But the suspect tried and failed to hide the wraps in his underwear. The 38-year-old was locked up for more than six months after he pleaded ... HP10 9TY | 01676637 | Registered in England & Wales. One of the occupants of the car, Bird, was found with ready-to-sell heroin and crack cocaine deals, and a set of weighing scales. just months after being released from his previous sentence. Caernarfon Crown Court heard he was taken to hospital with fractured ribs and a head injury. Richardson, 32, also slapped partner Olivia Morse the day before she gave birth as well as ripping up her baby scan and making her sleep without a blanket if she refused to have sex with him. Something went wrong, please try again later. David Ian Bateman, 43, of High Street, Caerwys, Flintshire, was caught on two separate occasions, in 2018 and 2019, with cannabis, cocaine and ecstasy, Mold Crown Court heard. ... Wales and Northern Ireland have already imposed partial lockdowns. has finally been jailed years after his victims came forward, took out a kitchen knife and threatened to stab, sent a series of disgusting sexual messages to an undercover police officer, assaulted his ex-partner then viciously kicked and punched her friend, hit his former partner with an "almighty" punch. In various searches in the investigation into Jack Paul Grocott, police found equipment for growing cannabis, £4,800 in cash hidden in a bucket behind his mother's garden shed, and other drugs paraphernalia. He sentenced him to 18 months for the burglary and theft offences, consecutive to the magistrates' sentence, making a total of two years. McElroy initially pleaded not guilty, but changed his plea in November, admitting two charges of actual bodily harm and one charge of common assault in June this year. jailed Richard Lee Stringer for 18 months for the violent attack, “lunged and swiped” at Lewis Mills with a large knife with a serrated blade. The vehicle was later seen in the Penywaun area by police but the driver made off. A man who shook a “helpless” 10-month-old baby, causing her life-changing injuries, was jailed for three and a half years. The 51-year-old, of York Place, Newport, was locked up for a break-in at the WH Smith store in Commercial Street on Tuesday, February 11. Former soldier Coombes then left the gravely injured man on the road and drove away - returning to the scene, throwing his mobile away into the bushes beside the dual carriageway, and telling his victim he had been the one at fault for the crash. A man who attacked his partner's son-in-law with a broken bottle and left a two-inch wound in his neck was sent to prison. discovered hundreds of ecstasy tablets in the post. Sentencing Vaughan, the judge Mr Recorder Simon Mills said he was given a suspended sentence at a magistrates court in November and was in custody serving six months, four for a suspended sentence and two for breaching a restraining order. stealing possessions belonging to a vulnerable adult inside. a cleaner discovered a large stash of drugs in his room in a Northop hotel. He also pushed over his mother. More than 20 crooks feature in this list made up of offenders handed immediate prison sentences during November as well as those locked up at the back end of … The drink driver has been jailed after a police chase in which he was said to be "all over the place". Dragons go to Benetton in the Pro14 on Sunday, 29 November. The publication also contains more detailed information on the make-up of the custody population by legal basis ... 10 January 2020. Prosecutor Andrew Green told the court that Qullhaj had entered the UK illegally from Albania. Officers had spotted Barry Butcher-Downings at Rhyl harbour in Kinmel Bay and taken him to a police station. Hafiz and Williams were jailed for their part in the attack on Erin James outside an address in Main Street, Barry, on the evening of April 10 this year. An illegal immigrant looked after a cannabis factory in Rhyl with more than 300 plants worth up to £30,000. The trio of drunk stag do members caused "mayhem" by attacking innocent pubgoers and police officers. He was jailed after the Royal Mail discovered hundreds of ecstasy tablets in the post. People will be told to stay at home and pubs, restaurants, hotels and non-essential shops must shut. The ugly incident unfolded at around 1.30pm on March 11 in in Frederick Street, Pill, Newport.
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