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Police: Watch: Man sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment for serious sexual offences ukcri.me/61988

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a man has been sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment for serious sexual offences in Oxfordshire.

Andrew Hutchinson, aged 29, of Garford, near Abingdon, was sentenced to a total of 18 years’ imprisonment at Oxford Crown Court today (27/4).

He was also given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) for an indefinite period and will be on licence for 25 years following his prison sentence.

At the same court on 30 March this year Hutchinson pleaded guilty to a series of sex offences against multiple victims at locations across Oxfordshire.

The offences are: Victim 1 Woman aged 18 years Date of offence: October 2011 Location of offence: John Radcliffe Hospital Emergency Department Charges: One count of rape One count of causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent One count of assault by penetration One count of voyeurism Victim 2 Woman aged...

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Police: CPS statement: Andrew Hutchinson jailed after pleading guilty to 27 sexual offences ukcri.me/61985

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

On Monday 27th April Andrew Hutchinson, aged 29, was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment at Oxford Crown Court.

The sentence was to be extended to allow for a further seven years on licence, which means that he will not be released until he has served at least 12 years of his sentence and then only with the approval of the parole board.

Further sentences were passed for the additional 25 counts – but were ordered to run concurrently to the extended sentence of 18 years which was imposed for the two counts of rape.

 This case involved a sustained and prolonged course of sexual offending against a number of girls and women (aged between 9 and 35) in Oxfordshire between 2011 and 2013, by an A&E staff nurse.  Several of his victims were unconscious and receiving medical care, therefore extremely vulnerable.

His offending came to light after his arrest on...

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Police: Billy Jacob Mankelow found injured under Leeds railway arch has died ukcri.me/61982

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Detective Inspector Mick Jackson from British Transport Police said: “I can confirm that the man found injured under a railway arch near Leeds station in the early hours of Saturday, 25 April, has since sadly died in hospital.

“Billy Jacob Mankelow, who was 20-years-old and from Kent but resided in the Hyde Park area of Leeds, suffered serious head injuries during an assault and passed away on Sunday, 26 April. Our thoughts are with Billy’s family at this difficult time.

“A 31-year-old man from Leeds was arrested on suspicion of murder yesterday.

He remains in police custody while our enquiries into Billy’s death continue.

“We are still asking anyone who was near the railway arches in the Swinegate area in the early hours of Saturday morning and who may have witnessed anything suspicious to contact us on 0800 40 50 40 FREE, or text 61016, quoting reference 47 of 25/04/2015.

All calls...

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Police: Two men jailed for the murder of Ashley Latty ukcri.me/61977

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

Mdr40-14Burton (J) Mdr40-14Terrelonge (A) Five men have been jailed following the fatal stabbing of 25-year-old Ashley Latty in Dagenham.

Tyler Burton, 29 (14.03.86) of Aberdour Road, Ilford was sentenced to life imprisonment, to serve 20 years having been found guilty of murder.

Nicholas Terrelonge, 28 (2.08.86) of Leytonstone E11 was sentenced to life imprisonment, to serve 20 years having been found guilty of murder.

Two other people were convicted of attempted grievous bodily harm (GBH) during the trial and one person pleaded guilty to attempted GBH at the start of the trial.

Kestrel Daniel Dyer, 26 (18.04.89) of Barking was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of attempted GBH.

He was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison.

Jerome Joseph, 28 (25.11.86) of Manor Park Road, E12 was found not guilty of murder, but guilty of attempted GBH.

He was sentenced to six years in prison.

Nana Oppong, 34 (28.05.80) of no...

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Police: Gang who attacked security guard found guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery ukcri.me/61966

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

C375-14Crime scene C375-14McGee C375-14Smith C375-14Tomlinson after attacking guard C375-14Tomlinson on arrest C375-14Tomlinson picking up cash box C375-14Tomlinson running towards guard 2 C375-14Tomlinson running towards guard C375-14Tomlinson A gang who targeted and violently attacked a security guard delivering cash to HSBC bank on Baker Street, W1 have been found guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery.

Edward Smith, 32 (14.03.83) of Staveley Close, London, N7 was found guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery at Blackfriars Crown Court on Friday 24 April.

Kevin McGee, 32 (16.02.83) of Shearling Way, N7 was found guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery at Blackfriars Crown Court on Monday 27 April.

Rocky Goldsmith, 36 (12.6.78) of Fleece Walk, London, N7 and Joe Tomlinson, 30 (09.09.84) of Rydston Close, London, N7 both pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery at an earlier hearing at the same court.

All four will be sentenced at Blackfriars Crown court on 5 June Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS’s) Flying Squad launched the intelligence led operation – codenamed Operation Morguld in 2014.

At around 04:50hrs on...

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Police: Woman charged after man stabbed in Wythenshawe ukcri.me/61963

Written by RSS Poster Crime and Justice - UK Crime News

A woman is due in court after a man was repeatedly stabbed at a house in Wythenshawe.

At about 6.25pm on Friday 24 April 2015, police were called to Benchill Court, following reports a 63-year-old man had suffered a number of stab wounds.

Lee Reynolds (08/05/1967), of Benchill Court has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

She is due to appear at Manchester magistrates’ court today, Monday 27 April 2015....

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Fire: Coalition record on fire service challenged as firefighters protest minister

Written by RSS Poster Fire Brigades Union

Westminster fire minister Penny Mordaunt found herself challenged by a firefighter over the coalition government’s record on the fire and rescue service.

Mordaunt was one of several candidates for the Portsmouth North parliamentary seat who were being quizzed earlier this week by voters ahead of the general election.

When candidates were asked about how they would protect frontline services FBU member Mark Chapman challenged the minister after she said the government had invested in the fire and rescue service three times.

The Cosham firefighter was applauded by voters after telling the minister: “Your government has made a 20% reduction in fire service funding and have proposed a further 8.8% reduction for next year.

“The public have lost more than 40 fire stations, 146 fire engines and over 5000 frontline firefighter jobs have been lost.

“Firefighters are asking you to stop the cuts and allow them to protect the public, your constituents, as best as...

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Police: So Were Regan And Hunt Really So Bad?

Written by RSS Poster RetiredAndAngry

In the last few weeks I’ve thought a lot about the poor old Met.  What has happened to it over the years? Where is it going? Why is it going there?

When I joined mid 72 I heard a lot, and I mean a lot, of tales about the bosses of the previous few years “going out to collect the rent”. Thankfully I never encountered it myself, and I’m still not sure, all these years later, what I would have done if I had.  I absolutely know what I SHOULD have done, but life is not that simple for a young lad who wants to get in and see his 30.  The closest I ever got to a boss being on the take was a Chief Superintendent who “took delivery” of a 56 pound bag of Curry Powder, I kid you not.

I have written before about how certain operations and enquiries most definitely DID get binned after a diktat from a faceless senior officer.  I thought then, and I still think now, that was WRONG,  Nowadays I would use the word UNFORGIVEABLE.  There is no place in the Police Service for officers of ANY RANK who actively assist in covering up...

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Military: FIELDS OF FRANCE

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