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Berkshire news The criminals locked up in Berkshire in June MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - A number of long sentences have been handed out

Berkshire news  The criminals locked up in Berkshire in June MetiNews.Com
01 July 2020 - 04:00

Breaking News ! Violent thugs, drug dealers and a gun smuggler are among the criminals put behind bars in Berkshire in June. Juries at Reading Crown Court have convicted a number of high profile criminals from around the county through the month. Last month saw the county face one of its darkest days when three people died in Forbury Gardens in Reading. Khairi Saadallah, 25, from Reading, appeared in court on Monday, June 29, charged with three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder. Find out how you can get the latest news from BerkshireLive delivered straight to your inbox. Other crimes being investigated by Thames Valley Police include an incident in Slough where the victim was sprayed with a fire extinguisher and a flasher who exposed himself during a busy time of day in Reading. One man who avoided jail was James Lee Loveridge of Ascot, who admitted stealing from a car in the town. Here are some of the criminals jailed in Berkshire in June 2020: Dawid Debski Dawid Debski has been jailed for six years for manslaughter (Image: Thames Valley Police) Dawid Debski, 25, of Faraday Close in Slough, was jailed for six years after admitting manslaughter. The incident happened in the early hours of Christmas Day 2019, when Debski attacked 36-year-old Phillip Deans. Debski was walking along Slough High Street when he encountered Mr Deans. He attacked him, kicking him in the torso and then punched him in the head, which led to Mr Deans falling to ground before Debski walked away. Mr Deans died from severe head injuries on Boxing Day. Yasir Mohammed Yasir Mohammed was sentenced to 13 years for the attack (Image: Thames Valley Police) Yasir Mohammed was one of three attackers who stamped on a man's head and hit him with a piece of metal. The trio set upon a 22-year-old in a car park in Farnham Road, Slough, they were jailed for a total of 37 years. Mohammed, 23, formerly of Monksfield Way, Slough, Haidar Anwar, 22, and Rehman Anwar, 27, both of Crayle Street, Slough, were sentenced at  Reading Crown Court on Thursday, June 18. They all denied the attack but were found guilty of grievous bodily harm with intent. Mohammed was jailed for 13 years. Haidar Anwar Haidar Anwar Haider Anwar, 22, was also convicted of grievous bodily harm with intent by a jury at Reading Crown Court. He was jailed for 13 years for his part in the attack, which left their victim unconscious in a car park. The attack happened at around 2.45am on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Download the Berkshire Live app You can get the latest news for Berkshire straight to your mobile or tablet when you download the free BerkshireLive app.  Keep up with breaking news, traffic and travel updates and what’s on from across the county plus unrivalled Reading FC coverage. You can sign up to receive push notifications, which means you'll always be the first to know what's happening in the area.

. Rehman Anwar Rehman Anwar Rehman Anwar was convicted alongside Haider Anwar on March 23 this year, for his role in the vicious attack in Slough. Their victim was punched, kicked, stamped on and hit with a piece of metal, leaving him unconscious. He was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Rehman, 27, of Crayle Street, was sentenced to 11 years in jail for grievous bodily harm with intent, on June 18. Ikram Ali Ikram Ali, 30, of Gas Works Road, Reading, jailed for drugs offences (Image: Thames Valley Police) Police twice caught Reading dealer Ikram Ali in a car full of cannabis and cocaine in March this year. He managed to escape on the first occasion, but was arrested a few days later. He was jailed for three years and eight months at Reading Crown Court on Monday, June 8. He admitted two counts of possession with intent to supply a Class B drug, namely cannabis, and two counts of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug, namely cocaine. Read More Related Articles Woman stabbed as she walked through Slough park Read More Related Articles PC Andrew Harper murder trial jury to be taken on socially-distanced visit to where police officer died Michael Nicholls Michael Nicholls has been jailed for 15 years Michael Nicholls, 28, from Slough, was one of three men who conspired to import 95 lethal handguns into the UK and was jailed for 15 years after a major police operation. Nicholls was actually convicted in July 2018, of working with Denis Kolencukov, 26, and Stephen Spires, 38, to import the weapons into the UK from mainland Europe. Kolencukov was arrested on 1 July 2017 after 79 handguns and thousands of rounds of ammunition were seized by Border Force officers based at Coqeulles, France, following a tip off from the OCP. The weapons were hidden in specially adapted concealments in engine blocks on the trailer of a van which was en route to the UK. The driver, a Polish courier, had collected the engines from Kolencukov at the Orlen petrol station in Boleslawiec, Poland, the previous day, unaware of their lethal contents. Nicholls was found travelling in a van with Spires in July 2017 and police found nine firearms after a search. Jack Shepherd Jack Shepherd was a hacker who stole details from individual and company online accounts. Shepherd, 22, of of Atherton Crescent, Hungerford, admitted three counts of causing a computer to perform a function with intent to secure unauthorised access and one count of obtaining an article intended to use it to commit, or to assist in the commission of Computer Misuse Act Offences. He admitted the charges at Reading Crown Court in January. He was sentenced at the same court in June to four months’ imprisonment, suspended for a year. Read More Related Articles Thames Valley Police search for man with ‘Lilly May' tattoo after Slough distraction burglary Read More Related Articles Thames Valley Police appeal after fight outside Wokingham pub left man with brain bleed Also in the courts Robert Black Robert Black, of Newbury, has been given a Criminal Behaviour Order (Image: Thames Valley Police) Newbury man Robert Black was issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Reading Magistrates' Court on Thursday, June 11. Black was given the order after he was drunk and disorderly in town on Saturday, May 16, for which he was sentenced at the same hearing. The CBO, which is in place for two years, prohibits the 51-year-old from drinking alcohol in a public place, except for licensed premises, or having possession of an unsealed or open container of alcohol in a public place. If he breaches the order he could face five years in jail.

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