Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - Here is a run-down of the criminals jailed over the last seven days

Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news

MetiNews.Com - Here is a run-down of the criminals jailed over the last seven days

Manchester news  Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news
18 October 2020 - 18:15

Breaking News ! People were locked up for a wide range of criminal offences over the past week, with M.E.N. reporters there to cover the most serious cases. There was the yob who ran innocent couple over when they spurned his attempts to sell them drugs. And also the man found with more than 400,000 indecent pictures of children on his work computer Despite the coronavirus outbreak, and recent UK lockdown, prison sentences are still being handed out and people are still being locked up for their offences. Here are some of the criminals locked up in Greater Manchester in the past week. Mum lucky not to be left in wheelchair after back was broken during attack which left her 'foaming at the mouth' Craig Angus (Image: GMP) A judge said a mum was lucky to not be left wheelchair bound after breaking her back when she was attacked by her partner. Craig Angus, 35, has been jailed after he left the woman with fractures to her spine in three places, after the incident at her home in Walkden, Salford. She was left 'foaming at the mouth' after being grabbed by the neck, and having her head banged against a wall. At first Angus claimed she might have suffered the injuries in a car crash. But the woman, who was in court to see her former partner sent down said: "It has just changed me completely. "I don't sleep, I'm anxious all the time." Angus was locked up for 14 months. Angus, of Mains Lane, Poulton-Le-Fylde, pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm. Read More Related Articles Mum lucky not to be left in wheelchair after back was broken during attack which left her 'foaming at the mouth' Terrified man hangs off window ledge to hide from burglar - but he was discovered and sent plunging to concrete floor below Colin Williams (Image: Cheshire Police/Google) A desperate man tried to hide from an intruder by clinging onto a window ledge - but the burglar found him and sent him plunging to the concrete floor below. Colin Williams, 23, has been jailed for more than nine years for the callous attack that left the victim with two broken heels and an injury to his fingers that required surgery. A jury at Liverpool Crown Court heard the two were known to each other, but had become involved in a dispute. Williams, of Poplars in Warrington and Hulme, Manchester, sent the victim, also aged 23, a series of threatening messages on Facebook including ‘you think you’re smart playing hide and seek’ and ’not done until I’ve caught you’. Within a minute of sending the messages, Williams went to the victim's home and and kicked down the door to the second floor flat in Padgate, Warrington. In fear of Williams, the victim climbed out of the kitchen window and hung onto the ledge to try and avoid being seen, Cheshire Police said in a press release. Williams was found guilty of aggravated burglary and section 18 assault following a four-day trial at Liverpool Crown Court and has been jailed for nine years and six months. Read More Related Articles Terrified man hangs off window ledge to hide from burglar - but he was discovered and sent plunging to concrete floor below The man found with more than 400,000 indecent pictures of children on his work computer Michael Donkin was jailed for two years and four months (Image: GMP) A man has been jailed after police found more than 400,000 indecent pictures of children on his work computer. Michael Donkin, 59, downloaded hundreds of thousands of vile, illegal images of children as young as one-year-old, including almost 25,000 classed as being of the most serious category. When police searched his home in Wythenshawe on July 16 this year, he told them: "Yes, it's all on that computer there". As well as having the 'extraordinary large amount' of images on his work computer and a hard drive, Donkin also had 80 videos and 12,000 images of young girls taken in public spaces. He admitted having a sexual interest in young children and was today jailed for two years and four months at Manchester Crown Court. Donkin, of Porlock Road, Wythenshawe, pleaded guilty to three offences of making an indecent photo and one offence of possession of a prohibited image of a child. He was also made subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and will have to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years. Read More Related Articles Man jailed after police found more than 400,000 indecent pictures of children on his work computer The yob who ran innocent couple over when they spurned his attempts to sell them drugs Joenade Shahid (Image: Greater Manchester Police (GMP)) A couple on their way to watch a film were left seriously injured by a yob who ran them over when they spurned his attempts to sell them drugs. Joenade Shahid, 29, has been jailed for three and a half years for ramming his innocent victims over a garden wall in the "nasty and wholly unprovoked attack" in Ashton, Tameside, from which they are still feeling the physical effects two years on. The 44-year-old man and his 25-year-old partner were walking towards the Cineworld cinema at Ashton Moss after drinking in the Witchwood pub on the day of the incident, Sunday October 7. The court heard they walked past Shahid who was sat in a small silver car "blaring out loud music.

. The man again refused and at this point Shahid's tone "became increasingly aggressive" and he got out of his car to try and confront them, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said in a statement about the case. In a bid to keep up with them, Shahid got back in his car and followed the victims onto Richmond Street where he was heard revving his engine before driving at them from behind, causing them to fall into a front garden of a house on the street. They managed to get to their feet and seek refuge at a nearby mosque who alerted the emergency services. The couple were both taken to hospital and were found to have suffered serious injuries. Shahid, of Tennyson Avenue, Dukinfield, pleaded guilty to charges of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and assault occasioning actual bodily harm at an earlier hearing. He was sentenced to three and a half years in prison by a judge at Minshull Street Crown Court. Read More Related Articles Innocent couple left seriously injured after being run over by yob in Nissan Micra who tried to sell them drugs Mum tried to kill her adult sons by putting lit disposable barbecues in their bedrooms Lisa Walmsley (Image: GMP) A mother tried to kill her two sons by poisoning them after feeling 'hopeless' and 'powerless'. Lisa Walmsley, 52, has been jailed for attempted murder after she lit disposable barbecues in her two adult sons' bedrooms in a bid to kill them though carbon monoxide poisoning. Her plan was thwarted after one of her children alerted police. The two men have 'forgiven' their mother, who had been suffering from mental health problems for some time and also planned to kill herself. Walmsley, from Stockport, who was described as otherwise being an 'excellent and loving mother', was jailed for five years and four months as details of the 'very sad' case were revealed for the first time. Read More Related Articles Mum tried to kill her adult sons by putting lit disposable barbecues in their bedrooms Gambling addict conned victims out of £700,000 in 'breathtaking' scam Sam Whittingslow (Image: GMP) A conman defrauded his victims out of almost £700,000 by promising generous returns on investments in a 'breathtaking' scam, a court heard. In reality Sam Whittingslow, 29, was spending his investors money on online gambling and foreign holidays. Whittingslow, from Tameside, targeted one woman, described as a wealthy and successful businesswoman, who invested more than half a million pounds. She said she felt like she'd been 'groomed' by him, and claimed Whittingslow 'takes pleasure out of manipulating people'. She had recommended Whittingslow to a man who then became another victim, with five people in total losing thousands. In total, the five victims lost £678,659. About £414,000 will be returned to victims after intervention from the Gambling Commission. Jailing him for three years, Judge Paul Lawton told Whittingslow: "The scale of your fraud is both breathtaking and audacious, and you will have been properly advised that there is a heavy price to pay." Read More Related Articles Gambling addict who worked for Manchester stockbrokers conned victims out of £700,000 in 'breathtaking' scam Drug-dealer driver killed dad then told lies Shaun Ward (Image: GMP/photo) This is the driver who killed a dad in a drug deal that went wrong. Dealer Shaun Ward, 23 arranged to sell drugs to Joss McCaughtrie, 26, in Bolton. Ward, of no fixed address, was behind the wheel of a VW Golf, despite never passing a driving test. One of the car's windows was smashed in circumstances which remain unclear, before Ward sped off, with Mr McCaughtrie clinging onto the vehicle for 'dear life'. Ward tried to 'shake off' Mr McCaughtrie, eventually propelling him into a fence. He suffered serious injuries and was pronounced dead soon after. Ward then 'concocted' a story of lies. He tried to blame Mr McCaughtrie for the incident, claiming he had threatened him with a hammer. Shannon Kay, Ward's then girlfriend, went along with the story. At Manchester Crown Court on Thursday, Ward was jailed for seven years and two months. Kay, 24, avoided jail, after admitting assisting an offender. Mr McCaughtrie's devastated family told of the impact of their loss - and how his seven-year-old son has lost his father. Read More Related Articles Dangerous drug driver killed dad in the street then told a load of lies - and his girlfriend went along with it

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Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news


Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news


Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news


Manchester news Locked up: Our round up of criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week Manchester united news

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