In his pre-sentence review, Teca first denied knowing that he was delivering drugs, stating he was simply asked to deliver a package.
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A Colchester man was jailed after being convicted of raping a University of Essex student in a "predatory attack". Sultan Mohammed, of Almond Waywas found guilty of entering the student's room whilst she slept and raping her.
Ipswich Crown Court heard how the victim had enjoyed a night out with friends during Fresher's week, returning to her accommodation during the Reverberations - Robert John Godfrey - Reverberations hours of Wednesday, October 3 last year.
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The year-old sustained life-threatening injuries at the hands of year-old Flynn Prevost, who used a pen knife to carry out this brutal assault. The altercation started after Prevost North Country Boy - lindisfarne - Dealers Choice out in front of Mr Cummings, causing him to beep his horn.
Prevost, clearly angered, blocked the victim's car off at the next roundabout, pulled out a knife from his car and made his way over to stab Mr Cummings. Judge Morgan sentenced Prevost to a total of 21 years, 16 of which were to be served behind bars, with the following five on extended licence.
The judge also awarded the two members of the public who stepped in to try and stop Prevost a Sheriff Award. On March 4 this year, year-old Jake Layzell was stopped by police officers while travelling along the A near South Woodham Ferrers. The dog, which has been specially trained to detect cash, firearms or drugs, continue to search the van and indicated that something was, or had been kept, in a professionally fitted metal store within the van.
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Earey, of Leicester Road, Tilbury, was sentenced on April 16 and was ordered to spend ten years in prison for his crimes. Jon Birch was jailed for 20 months after admitting carrying out a series of burglaries at shops within Colchester town centre.
The year-old, of no fixed address, was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court on April 24 after admitting five counts of burglary. At around 10pm on March 19, Birch smashed the front door of Boots in Lion Walk before stealing perfumes and aftershaves. During these incidents, Birch took aftershaves, perfumes, three turntables and protein powders and vitamins. He was jailed for 32 months with Basildon Crown Court hearing how officers were preparing to carry out a raid on a flat in Waldringfield, Pitsea, on January 30 this year.
Symons of Scocles Road, Minster-on-Sea in Kent was charged with and pleaded guilty to two counts of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs and possessing a Class B drug. The court heard that Burke had entered the store at around 7am followed by Bird and Simmons a few moments later.
The two men ran towards the post office tills and shouted at shop staff to go to the back of the store. The pair left the store via the door which was being held open by Burke. Carl Simmons was also later charged with handling stolen goods after he was found wearing a watch stolen in a burglary North Country Boy - lindisfarne - Dealers Choice a home on Rectory Road in Basildon on Saturday February A number of items also stolen in the burglary were found at his address too.
He pleaded guilty to the offence. All three were sentenced to three years and nine months imprisonment with Carl Simmons receiving an additional six months in prison for the Rectory Road for handling stolen goods. An aggressive beggar who head-butted a store worker after he was asked to move from a shop entrance in Westcliff was jailed for 12 months.
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Gama pleaded not guilty to possession of drugs and putting a person in fear of violence and these counts will lie on file. A burglar who took part in a string of break-ins across the county was jailed for more than two years. Jewellery and money were taken. On each occasion, at least two men were involved and a silver Mercedes estate was either seen by witnesses or captured on CCTV. From there they obtained a CCTV image of man who had been inside the car. Three days later officers were driving along the A12 when they came up behind the same silver Mercedes.
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He was charged with three counts of burglary, driving while disqualified, and driving without insurance. He took 86 bottles of Mobil1 oil without paying. He was jailed for one year and four months for one count of burglary and one year to run consecutively for the theft of the engine oil. For the burglaries, he received 12 months concurrent for each burglary and one month concurrent for driving whilst disqualified.
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When the victim returned to her address at around 3. CCTV from a shop in Thelma Avenue, which Scott had been into on the same day, showed he was wearing clothes identical to those worn by the man who was suspected of committing the burglary.
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At Basildon Crown Court on April 5, he pleaded guilty and was jailed for three years and four months. A couple from South Ockendon were sentenced after pleading guilty for their part in a county line drug gang. During the first warrant, attended by the West Op Raptor Team and Thurrock's Community Policing Team on June 7,officers found eight mobile phones, a can of CS gas and large quantities of Lunas - Various - Bresler en Vivo - Lo Mejor del Rock Chileno and cocaine.
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Fleming pleaded guilty of two counts of possession with intent to supply cocaine, two counts of possession with intent to supply cannabis and one count of acquiring criminal property. He was jailed for five years three months.
At around 9. Fourie, 21, of Holmes Road in Halstead, then confronted the couple as they collected their dog, before she was pulled away by a friend. Fifteen minutes later, Fourie knocked at a door in White Horse Avenue and lunged at a man with a screwdriver, causing a scratch to his stomach. The year-old received a three-year prison sentence for attempted wounding with intent at Chelmsford Crown Court on Thursday, May 2.
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Lee Pollard was sentenced to a total of two years in prison, concurrent on each count, and Sharon Patterson was sentenced to a total of 18 months. The group scammed 11 elderly and vulnerable victims across Waltham Forest, Enfield, Redbridge, Haringey, Bromley and Chelmsford who were targeted between April 1 and September 30 in To trick their victims, they used a variety of fake company names to target vulnerable householders and North Country Boy - lindisfarne - Dealers Choice professional looking leaflets.
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He was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months and was given hours of unpaid work. The incident happened outside the McColls store on Moulsham Street on February 23 this year at around 8.
CCTV footage showed Wright trying to set fire to it with a cigarette butt before two passersby offered him a lighter. Wright was sentenced to three months for attempted arson which will run consecutively to the week sentence he is currently serving.
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Daden faced sentencing for four counts of burglary dwelling with intent to steal and four counts of theft of a motor vehicle. The judge handed Daden a month detention training order which will run consecutively with a four-month detention training order he had previously received. During the terrifying incident, the year-old suspect was holding a squeezy bottle and a Stanley knife.
The victim was rushed to hospital and needed treatment. He suffered blurry vision for three days after the attack, but fortunately did not have permanent damage. Hudson, meanwhile, fled the country to Spain and stayed out of the UK for eight months until he resurfaced in August when he visited the British Consulate in Barcelona claiming to be homeless and saying he wanted to travel back to the UK.
Hudson, of no fixed address, was also charged with aggravated burglary in connection with the incident and ABH in connection with the previous assault.
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A burglar who stole around pairs of sunglasses then 'flaunted the stolen items' by wearing a pair while walking past the shop just hours later has been jailed. A group of burglars targeted Wardale Williams Opticians in Halstead High Street twice - once overnight between June 28 and June 29 last year and then again at around 3. During the first break-in, two men were seen on CCTV. One waited outside while the other, later identified as 26 year-old Ryan Boreham, entered the shop and took more than pairs.
During the second incident, three men were captured on CCTV. Around six hours after the second incident, the owner of the opticians reported three men walking past the shop with one of them appearing to be wearing a pair of sunglasses with same tags on that the shop used.
When officers attended, they located the men - one of whom was Boreham. The other two men did not have any stolen items on them, but Boreham was found to have five pairs of sunglasses in a carrier bag which still had the tags on them. He was arrested on suspicion of handling stolen goods. During a search of an address in Elizabeth Way, Halstead, where Boreham was staying, more stolen items were discovered and he was further arrested on suspicion of burglary.
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