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The year-old was jailed for four years and six months. Judge Anil Murray, who said Smith "groomed" his victims, jailed him for 18 months and made a five-year restraining order.
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Miss Atherton, who had told him that she was leaving the Newton-le-Willows area, became scared but managed to get in touch with a neighbour. Judge Rachel Smith said it was a "substantial cannabis growing operation" and the Class B drug was "ready for onward supply".
The grinning thug walked free from james starkey sex offender in Oldham in after not one but two juries failed to reach a verdictfollowing two harrowing murder trials. He appeared in court in Amsterdam in February and was sentenced to three years and six months in prison.
A fugitive cannabis addict is believed to have hid in Amsterdam during three years on the run before his capture in Spain.
He struck at Boozemaster in Anfield, despite claiming he had moved to Liverpool "to make a fresh start". He suggested he targeted the staff room at Boscobel Care Home in Southport after spotting an open window. Parr threatened to slash a doorman then bought a kitchen knife to confront him with after being thrown out of james starkey sex offender in Oldham pub.
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The gang used the cover of lawfully registered and insured vehicles to transport controlled drugs and also used coaches in the UK to mask their intentions. He was sentenced to eight months in prison, and banned him from driving for four years and four months with an extended retest.
Ollerhead was sentenced to a further six months for a burglary in Teesside and Sysum was sentenced to a further 18 months for the supply of cocaine in Merseyside. Fugitive Wesley Sherlock hid in a caravan so he could attend the birth of his second child.
A cocaine addict postman stole mail including a woman's cancer results and dumped the letters in his bath. She had to go out to find work to pay for her parents' drug habits, before her dad committed suicide. While under investigation for that, the year-old then attempted to pass cannabis to her prisoner son while in a jail visiting room.