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Some of the criminals we were in court in to see jailed. From murderers to paedophiles, armed robbers to fraudsters, and rapists to violent thugs - inWalesOnline's reporters covered court cases that saw more than people taken off Wales' streets. A criminal justice system that is open and transparent is a crucial part of how democracy works. Our courts are based on the premise that justice has not only to be done, but seen to be done.
So inwe'll continue to devote time, efforts and expertise to make sure what happens in our courtrooms remains visible and able to the public. Dawe brandished a six-inch knife at takeaway staff while his girlfriend Hodgson pocketed cash from the till in a late night knifepoint armed robbery. The pair, who were drunk when they robbed Bite Spice in Bridgend last year, laughed and shouted in the dock as they were sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court. The former mechanic who showed no remorse after being found guilty by a jury of repeatedly sexually abusing has been jailed.
Gareth Jones pleaded not guilty to three counts of assault by penetration, one of sexual assault, and one of sexual activity with but was convicted after a three-day trial.
The serial sex offender, from Tonypandy, repeatedly breached orders to stop him from looking at indecent images of children and was jailed for five years. Wall was jailed for three years after he swung a rusty pole at a man when he was caught using a crowbar and hammer trying to break into his home.
The year-old was jailed at Cardiff Crown Court after he admitted stealing cash and jewellery worth thousands of pounds in a string of burglaries. Cardiff Crown Court heard year-old Stephen Owen was convicted of harassment in and has been in and out of prison since then for breaching his restraining order.
The year-old swung a hammer at a stranger in an unprovoked attack, goaded armed police and told them to shoot him. became aggressive when a person he did not know came to visit his neighbour at his flat in Barry one evening a few days after Christmas.
The prison visitor was caught by a sniffer dog trying to smuggle drugs, tobacco, and mobile phones past jail guards. The year-old tried to sneak through security at HM Parc Prison with a package stashed in his trousers containing Subutex tablets, Spice, tobacco, two miniature mobile phones, and a charging cable. Parvis Ishaq ran off when he saw police officers but they chased him and caught him with nearly 35g of the Class A drug.
Jailed after he grabbed members of staff at a job centre and threatened them with a knife after his benefits were stopped. The teenager had been spared jail after he was convicted of assault but was sent to prison after he repeatedly breached a curfew aimed at keeping him at home during certain hours. Nathan Anning was allowed to walk free from court in May after being convicted of possessing an offensive weapon and two counts of common assault. A drug conspiracy which was rumbled when prison officers discovered drugs on a woman visiting her son in prison has resulted in 14 people being sent to jail.
A sentencing hearing at Cardiff Crown Court heard that various family members would smuggle tablets of Sweet lady want nsa Bridgend known as Subutexan opioid used to treat heroin addiction, while visiting relatives at HMP Cardiff and HMP Parc in Bridgend. The robber snatched a handbag from a grandmother in the street and left her with her arm broken in two places. The court also heard the defendant absconded after failing to turn up to court on January 5, to enter his pleas but he was arrested the same day. Sultana grabbed a machete from a bag and used it to slash an acquaintance in a scene that was described as like something from an Alfred Hitchcock film.
He attacked Perry Thomas in Cardiff in daylight on November 8after the pair became involved in a dispute over drugs. The year-old admitted stabbing the officer, leaving a deep wound near his chest, before elbowing a female detective constable in the face as he struggled to get away. The thief stole a car from a nursing home, drove to Mumbles and burgled a shop, and then collided with two cars. Thomas was sent to prison after a court heard how the dad-of-two threw a bag full of Class A drugs onto a roof while running away from police officers who were pursuing him for driving offences.
The year-old, from Newportsaid he panicked as he was chased into a dead end, knowing he had been driving a hire car while disqualified and without any insurance. The career criminal targeted a string of hair and beauty salons to snatch supplies and money - even stealing a charity box and a tip jar. The year-old broke into a series of beauty premises around Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan while on licence following a sentence.
A rucksack stuffed with 1. The year-old, from Johnstown, Carmarthen was found guilty following a trial at Swansea Crown Court of 11 separate charges relating to child sexual abuse against five victims. A judge recommended Czerw who threatened to kill his estranged wife with a knife be deported when he is released from prison. Swansea Crown Court heard Jaroslaw Czerw had served a year prison sentence for robbery in his native Poland before moving to Wales with his partner.
But the relationship began to break down soon after they arrived in Swanseabecause of his alcohol and drug use - and he then turned abusive. The year-old, from Llanddowror, near St ClearsCarmarthenshirewas charged with raping a woman in Decemberand was found guilty following a trial.
The year-old father of two was sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court after pleading guilty to possessing class A and class B drugs with intent to supply. The librarian was jailed for eight months after being found guilty of stealing rare books - including one on the Aberfan disaster — and put them up for sale online.
The year-old was working at Pontypridd Library in Rhondda Cynon Taf when it was noticed that books were going missing. The bodybuilder was jailed for 10 months after pleading guilty to an alcohol-fuelled violent attack on his neighbours.
Szuchnik, 32, of Poplar Court, Barry, Sweet lady want nsa Bridgend the pair after they went back to his house for a drink. The mother was jailed for murdering her eight-week-old son by suffocating him and poisoning him with anti-depressant. Turtle, from Shotton in Flintshirehad denied murdering her baby son James Hughes but changed her plea to guilty during the trial. The court heard they were acting on the "misguided belief the murder was an act of mercy".
It was described as a "despicable act". Finsbury Park mosque murderer Darren Osborne was sentenced to life imprisonment at the start of the month. The Cardiff man was found guilty of murder and attempted murder after just one hour of jury deliberations. Teenager Aaron Bingham was convicted of murdering a father of two in while co-defendant Nicholas Saleh was found guilty of manslaughter. Antony Guy was walking towards the subway under Boulevard de Nantes in Cardiff when he saw the woman crossing The Kingsway. Aizlewood, who played for Cardiff City and Wales, was sentenced to six years and Sugrue was sentenced to seven years in prison.
Paedophile John Bodycombe was in his 20s when he abused the trio when they were as young as two, a court heard. The attacker was caught on camera carrying out a prolonged and Sweet lady want nsa Bridgend attack on his victim in Carmarthen town centre.
The victim was repeatedly punched in the attack, which went on for several minutes, and stabbed in the mouth with a vodka bottle. The drunk driver ran away from the scene of a late-night crash that killed his friend and injured his father. The year-old was two and a half times over the legal limit when he lost control of his car near Maesteg after he had been drinking at a hotel. The holidaymaker was caught with dozens of weapons including knuckle dusters, stun guns, and a set of nunchucks in his luggage at Cardiff Airport.
He was returning from a family holiday to a seaside resort in Bulgaria when he was stopped at security and found to have the prohibited items in his suitcase. The drug dealer was caught by police with cannabis in his underpants after acting suspiciously in a hire car in Cardiff. Reid said he started dealing on the streets because he wanted to earn money to provide for his daughter. Computer scientist Nathan Maddock, 40, from Pontypriddwas found to have assets including an apartment in Bulgaria, a house in Turkey, and a of rental properties in Porth.
Stefan Ross, 25, from Caerphillytold police he started dealing after losing his job but they found evidence he had been dealing for much longer. The blundering burglar was caught by police after leaving his provisional driving licence at the scene of a crime.
Stephen Lazenby, 36, also left a holdall containing his wallet and phone at the scene of the burglary in Cardiff. The paedophile asked a chatroom user he believed to be 14 to send him photographs of herself and arranged to meet her in a park. The university academic placed secret cameras at a house in Wales so he could film people undressing. Dr Matthew Falder was part of a paedophile subculture called "hurtcore", described as "the worst of the worst". The paedophile posed online as a teenager and asked a year-old schoolgirl if she had any sexy underwear and pressured her to perform a sexual act.
Bateman, 23, from Barryused Instagram to send sexually explicit messages to the child before being caught by an undercover police officer. The year-old was jailed for a decade after being found guilty of rape, sexual assault, and possessing extreme pornographic images. The couple were locked up for sneaking into homes while people were sleeping and stealing handbags, purses and bank cards.
Green, 36, from Adamsdownoffered his clients a service where they could meet him to collect the Class A drugs or he would make arrangements to drop them off.
Singh had been taken to a Cardiff hospital for treatment to stab wounds when he was caught with Class A drugs in his bag. The year-old, who is from London, admitted possessing crack cocaine and was jailed at Cardiff Crown Court. Mahmoodi-Esfanjani made thousands of pounds by illegally helping Iranian asylum seekers enter the UK using false documents. The court heard he helped at least two women enter the country using bogus papers, with one woman settling in the Roath area of Cardiff.
The court heard that the "prolific" drug dealer had 28 convictions. This time he was jailed for a year and told: "You still have time to sort your life out.
The year-old, who "slashed" a blade at his father and wounded his mother with a Stanley knife, was jailed. He was jailed and disqualified from driving after taking a pizza takeaway scooter for a joyride in Cardiff. Ricketts was unsteady on his feet and slurring his words when he was stopped by police after hitting a kerb as he accelerated away when they illuminated their blue lights. The driver injured a police officer with his car as he tried to escape after being stopped for speeding.Sweet lady want nsa Bridgend
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