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MetiNews.Com - A list of some of the month's most serious court cases

Yorkshire news The 11 criminals locked up in Bradford in July MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - A list of some of the month's most serious court cases

Yorkshire news  The 11 criminals locked up in Bradford in July  MetiNews.Com
02 August 2020 - 14:08

Breaking News ! These are some of the criminals from Bradford who were locked up last month. The list includes a man who killed his uncle-in-law with one punch when he was a teenager. It also includes a number of burglars and a teenage carjacker who held a kitchen knife to a man's throat. Scroll down the list to some of the most serious cases in the borough in July - from the rapist jailed for nearly 10 years to the violent teenage drug dealer locked up for 10 months. The sentencing hearings took place at Bradford Crown Court and Leeds Crown Court. Read More Related Articles The 12 child abusers and criminals locked up in Kirklees and Bradford in June Read More Related Articles The teenage tearaways who made life miserable in Yorkshire communities Anonymous A rapist who subjected his sister to a campaign of violent sexual abuse when they were children was locked up for nine years and four months. He regularly abused the girl over the course of seven years and would do it on occasions when their mother would be absent or pre-occupied. The defendant, who lived in Leeds at the time, told the girl he would kill her if she told anyone. She suffered severe psychological harm and was so afraid to speak about the abuse that it was feared that a prosecution would not be possible. The defendant, now aged 20 and living in Bradford, is still not remorseful and his attitude towards his offending was described as 'chilling'. He pleaded guilty to six counts of rape, four counts of sexual assault and one count of causing or inciting a girl under 13 to engage in sexual activity. Saul Dixon-Shepherd and Tyne Haggerty A dangerous teenager who held a kitchen knife to a man's throat before driving off in the Audi A4 he was in was given a six-year extended sentence. Saul Dixon-Shepherd, 19, of Day Street, Aspley, Huddersfield, was still on licence from a 40-month sentence for a serious robbery when he was out in the Keighley area in March with Tyne Haggerty, 28. A judge decided Dixon-Shepherd's previous offending and his latest crime meant he should be treated as a dangerous offender. Read More Related Articles Every driving habit we believe to be illegal but they're actually myths Read More Related Articles The 10 Huddersfield and Kirklees criminals locked up in July Dixon-Shepherd pleaded guilty to charges of robbery, possession of the kitchen knife and driving without a licence. Haggerty, of Bradford Road, Brighouse, was jailed for 12 months after he admitted handling the stolen iPhone, driving without due care and attention and possession of a lock-knife. The court heard that back in June 2010 Haggerty was given an indeterminate prison sentence for offences of robbery and wounding with intent, but he had been released in 2016. Richard Braithwaite Richard Braithwaite has been jailed for more than three years A much-loved boathouse and cafe in an award-winning park suffered damage totalling more than £50,000 when it was attacked by a gang of burglars. The shocking night-time break-in at the premises in Lister Park back in September 2018 resulted in the business having to shut down temporarily and six employees being unable to work. One of the burglars 37-year-old drug addict Richard Braithwaite was jailed for three-and-a-half years after he admitted being involved in the burglary. Braithwaite, of Norwood Avenue, Shipley, was also convicted after a trial of being involved in the burglary of a home in Apperley Bridge during which a gold ring worth £1000, watches and valuable laptops were stolen. Thomas Rothery and Brogan Regan L-R: Burglars Thomas Rothery and Brogan Regan (Image: West Yorkshire Police) Two thugs were locked up for a total of more than five years after stealing a BMW during a Hanoi burglary in Ossett. Thomas Rothery and Brogan Regan, both aged 20, took the car after stealing the keys from the house around midnight on June 11 last year. The defendants, who have previous convictions, pleaded guilty to burglary and theft of a motor vehicle. Read More Related Articles Bradford thugs locked up after stealing BMW during Hanoi burglary in Ossett Read More Related Articles Trickster uses fake police lights fitted to car grill to stop drivers in Bradford Rothery also pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour, criminal damage and theft in relation to two other incidents. He was subject to a suspended sentence for burgling a narrow boat and an assault at the time of the new offences. Rothery, of Coates Street, Bradford, was sentenced to three years' detention and Regan, of Rowantree Drive, Idle, was sentenced to two years and three months' detention. John Trotter John Trotter, jailed for attempted burglary (Image: WYP) A prolific West Yorkshire burglar is back behind bars after a neighbour foiled his latest attempt to sneak into a woman’s home in broad daylight during the covid-19 lockdown. John Trotter, 31, was released on prison licence last year after being jailed for his part in burglary conspiracy which targeted vehicles at homes in Huddersfield, Halifax and Bradford. Trotter, formerly of Holme Wood, Bradford but now of no fixed abode, was originally locked up for 10 years in 2014 after a judge described him as 'a leading light' in the organised crime spree.

. On May 22 this year, a local resident disturbed Trotter and two other men as they tried to break into a house on Bradford Road, Birkenshaw. Read More Related Articles Every driving habit we believe to be illegal but they're actually myths At the time of the attempted burglary, the unsuspecting female householder had been inside her property. Trotter pleaded guilty to attempted burglary. Shufqat Khan, mitigating for Trotter, said his client had been recalled to prison on his licence and his current sentence was not due to expire until December 2023. Trotter was jailed for three years. Robert Lodge Read More Related Articles Illegal immigrant jailed after police raid found him barricaded in Bradford house with 500 cannabis plants Robert Lodge (Image: West Yorkshire Police) A 'professional criminal' who was caught on a thieving expedition while out on licence was recalled to prison. Robert Lodge had been given a nine-month suspended jail sentence at the end of May after he admitted handling stolen goods while on prison licence, but just four weeks later the 30-year-old was stopped by police in the early hours and the Nissan Qashqai he was driving was searched. Officers found a diagnostic device which could be used to reset vehicle keys as well as gloves and a number of keys for Ford cars. Lodge, of Heysham Drive, Bradford, also had just over £1,000 in cash on him. He pleaded guilty last month to a charge of going equipped for theft. Back in 2015 Lodge was jailed for seven years for house burglary and in 2017 that term was extended by two more years for another break-in. Lodge had already been recalled to prison after breaching his licence and is not now due to be released until June 2024. He is currently serving a sentence that will keep him in custody for the next, a little under, four years. Lodge was sentenced to 16 months in jail for the going equipped offence and a further nine months for the suspended sentence. But restrictions imposed on the judge by law meant that the new sentence imposed could not be made to run consecutively to the prison term Lodge is already serving. Landon Smith Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now A man was jailed for manslaughter nearly six years after he punched his aunt's husband to the ground as a teenager. Landon Smith was aged 16 when he ran at Craig Kaye and punched him in the head, knocking him to the ground where he lay unconscious. Smith, of Hillam Street, Great Horton, was charged with manslaughter after Mr Kaye, who was left with severe brain damage, died three years later at the age of 43. The 22-year-old was jailed for a year after a court was told how the tragedy had devastated the lives of those on both sides of the case. Mirsad Senaj Police uncovered a 'commercial' cannabis farm involving nearly 500 plants when they raided a barricaded house in the city. Mirsad Senaj, 24, was arrested in the house and later admitted being involved in the production of the Class B drug on the basis that he had been employed as a 'gardener'. After his arrest Albanian Senaj, who had been living at Parry Court in Nottingham, told officers that he been brought to Bradford the week before by an unknown male. Read More Related Articles Second national lockdown threat as Boris Johnson 'orders preparations' to avoid nightmare scenario Read More Related Articles The two other areas in Yorkshire that could get strict new lockdown laws as list of 26 places in England revealed Solicitor advocate Upkar Bahia, for Senaj, said his client accepted coming to the UK illegally in 2016. Senaj, who had no previous convictions, had worked in London and Nottingham, but last month he was out of work and struggling financially. He was jailed for a year and is likely to be deported after serving his sentence. Youth A 17-year-old drug dealer who carried out a 'frenzied' knife attack on a customer was locked up for 10 months. The youth had first met the man three days before the stabbing when the victim bought some Class A drugs. Read More Related Articles Bradford brothel 'manager' who went on the run finally sentenced seven years later The victim had to have a chest drain fitted for a collapsed lung at hospital. The teenager, from Bradford, pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding on the basis that he had been acting in self-defence. Read More Related Articles Drug dealer jailed after stabbing man in chest and head in 'frenzied' knife attack

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