The drunken year-old attacked his girlfriend at her home last year when a row broke out about text messages. Former Boys Brigade leader William Bissett 'cynically abused' his position of trust at the Church Street Methodist Church group in St Anne's to 'prey upon' five young boys over an year period.
Although agreeing that Mares was a "vulnerable person" who was "liable to being exploited", a judge sentenced him to and-a-half months behind bars after hearing he had been dealt with "leniently" by magistrates for another burglary just two weeks before this offence. Hopkin then said he "would like to get to know you better if i can" and the conversation turned 'flirty and overly-friendly'.
He tried to "beat her into submission" but a victim of domestic abuse had the last laugh over her husband. Stephen Bellas was arrested for burglary at a Gateshead home in - but skipped bail and "seemingly dropped off the face of the Earth".
He has been sentenced to 14 months behind bars after being duped by online paedophile hunters Dark Justice. Kevin Knox, who traded as Ivy Leaf Kennels, sold puppies which buyers complained were sick on three occasions, while not in possession of a pet shop licence.
However, after losing a court appealhe will now only be granted permission to travel abroad if he has written permission from a police chief constable. Preston Crown Court heard how this was simply a ploy for Gartshore-Taylor to groom the boy, with the child being abused on multiple occasions in the caravan between January 1 and November 29, Is Covid getting weaker?
The images, featuring children as young as four years old, were spread across seven different devices at his home on Whalley Road. So the year-old "hung around" outside his father's home for about 10 minutes on March 3 last year before pulling a knife from his trousers and dropping it through the letterbox.
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Carty, 46, of Railway Terrace North, Houghton-le-Spring and Henderson, 51, of Hylton Road, Sunderland, have both been jailed for four-and-a-half years after they pleaded guilty to robbery. A total of 92 other images were connected to sunbed shops and all showed women 'either undressing to use the sunbed or climbing off to re-dress'.
He was jailed for a total of seven years. Hard-working men often lost tools and equipment too and suffered huge inconvenience to their businesses as a result of the thefts, some of which were stolen to order. She had no idea what he had done until she became aware of the "appalling and sickening" footage.