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From the parents who abused their baby to the brutal killer who stabbed Molly McLaren to death. The year of saw some shocking and awful offences committed in the county, but thankfully our justice system caught up with some of the very worst offenders. From parents who harmed and killed their young children, to horrifying stories of child abuse, rape and murder - these people were the lowest of the low. Kent Police and the criminal justice system have been rounding up criminals across the county in the past year. Kent Live has compiled a list of the very worst criminals locked up in Joseph Mezen of Town Court Close, Herne Bay, was jailed for 10 years after being found guilty of one charge of wounding with intent.
During the evening of July 11,a woman in her 30s was at home with her family in Wrentham Avenue, when she heard a knock at the door. She found a man dressed in a high-visibility jacket and gloves standing there who asked her to confirm the of the property, before saying he had a delivery for her. As the victim leaned out of the door, the man hit her several times with a metal pole and then ran away. Dominic Phoenix, of Wood Street, Dover, was jailed for 24 years for multiple rapes and one incident of indecent assault.
The year-old was found guilty of carrying out numerous offences between and in the Deal area. He was arrested in after a teenage girl came forward to Kent Police. Phoenix was convicted of eight rapes and one indecent assault and was sentenced following a trial at Canterbury Crown Court on January 8. Finbar Shirley, of Meadow Close, Bridge, was jailed for six years after he strangled a woman into silence after she caught him in her house during a burglary. The court heard how once inside the property he looked around the bedroom, took of his shoes and sat down on the bed.
A pervert will spend three years in prison after being found guilty of committing sexual offences against two underage girls. Robert Allum, 30, of High Street, Sheerness, was sentenced on May 4 at Maidstone Crown Court to six years but will spend the remaining three years on. A jury found him guilty of two counts of assault by penetration, two counts of sexual assault and two counts of inciting to engage in sexual activity. Despite the evidence, Allum pleaded not guilty to 10 charges and was found guilty on six charges at the court on January His victims were aged 14 and 15 when the abuse started in July and continued until November Christopher Brewer, 28, was jailed for eight-and-a-half years after pleading guilty to possessing cocaine with intent to supply, possessing criminal property and possessing of an identity document with improper intention.
Searches led to the discovery of large packages of cocaine, concealed in places including behind kickboards in the kitchen and on the roof, behind a chimney breast. Brewer was found to have boarded a flight to Spain just hours after fleeing the hospital, however on November 17 he was identified during a routine stop of a car by the UK Border Force in Coquelles, France.
He tried to show a passport belonging to a friend but when the vehicle was searched his own passport was Fuck in Red Oaks Mill rapis and he was the identified as wanted and arrested. Anthony Charles, of James Street, Gillingham, was jailed for 13 years for hitting a man he did not know at the back of the head a machete. The year-old had pleaded not guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent and possessing an offensive weapon in a public place.
These charges followed an incident near Mill Road, Gillingham, on February 12, where the victim, a year-old man, suffered injuries to his head and body which required hospital treatment. The victim had been out for the night in London and was in a vehicle with some friends when they stopped at a house near Victoria Street, Gillingham where the attack happened.
Brian Daniels, Rochester - jailed for two years for possession of criminal property and possession with intent to supply cannabis. Alex Hamill — jailed for two years for drug dealing in Chatham, he was sentenced on January 4. Paula O'Connell and Lisa HarperChatham - jailed for one year and four months for stealing from an elderly man in Chatham.
Ian HendrieDartford - jailed for 22 monthsfor a hoax bomb threat, five counts of assaulting a police officer and two counts of criminal damage. Joe SmithEdenbridge - jailed for three years for attacking a woman in the town and forcing her into his car. Ambrose Treebyformerly of Paddock Wood - jailed for four years and four months for four burglaries and one attempted burglary.
Richard ArnoldHerne Bay - jailed for two years for theft by employee and fraud by abuse of position. Chloe Glewformerly of Tonbridge, jailed for one year and four months for violent assault in the town during which she also hurled racist abuse. Ian JacksonFolkestone - jailed for 18 months for aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, driving without insurance, driving with excess alcohol and failing to stop following a collision.
Justin Tottle - jailed for two years and ten months after threatening a car driver and forcing him to drive to several locations in Tunbridge Wells. Richard Lattimerformerly of Groombridge - jailed for four and a half years after converting a Tonbridge business premises into a cannabis factory. Herne Bay father Richard Kray was jailed on February 5 after strangling his own year-old daughter to death. Olivia Kray was collected from her home in Herne Bay by her father to stay with him at his caravan in Westlands Caravan Park.
He pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his daughter by way of diminished responsibility, and to the attempted Fuck in Red Oaks Mill rapis of his ex-wife. He was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment when he appeared at Maidstone Crown Court on Monday, February 5. Joshua Stimpson is now one of the most recognisable killers in the UK. On June 29 of last year he stabbed his ex-girlfriend Molly McLaren to death inside her car at the Chatham Dockside car park in broad daylight.
Stimpson, who tried to claim diminished responsibility, was jailed to life with a minimum of 26 years, when sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court on Tuesday, February 6. Keiron Armstrong, 39, of Brays Mead in Harlow, Essex, was jailed for ramming a stolen telehandler through the wall of a supermarket in Sheppey. He was jailed for six years after pleading guilty to attempted theft, damaging property, aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving and driving while disqualified.
Vile Anthony Hutchings, of Lucerne Drive in Seasalter, repeatedly assaulted and even raped one of his female victims after refusing to let them leave an address in Whitstable on July 22 last year. Both women required hospital treatment - with one having also been forced to swallow medicine that wasn't hers. He was jailed for 16 years on Thursday, February 8 and must serve an additional four years on licence after being found guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of false imprisonment, encouraging an offence, sexual assault, taking a vehicle without authority and breaching a suspended sentence.
Olive Ripley, of Lion Field, Faversham, repeatedly stabbed her elderly partner twice and refused to take him to hospital. Ripley was said to be in a "violate relationship" with her victim and stabbed him in his back and chest after an argument in the early hours at his home in Norton. She was jailed for six years on Friday, February 9 after pleading guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent and theft.
This man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after abusing children in Thanet between and Wilson was charged with a total of seven charges which consisted of four counts of rape, two counts of indecent assault and a sexual assault. He pleaded not guilty but was convicted by the jury and was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court Friday, February 9. John Buchanan was jailed for nine years after being found guilty of manslaughter on Friday, February These four men have been jailed after a year-old boy was stabbed eight times in Chatham High Street. All four men pleaded not guilty to the charge of attempted murder and were cleared by a jury following a trial at Maidstone Crown Court in December.
The jury found the two Rahim brothers and Basciuk guilty of grievous bodily harm with intent. Stephens had ly pleaded guilty to this charge. Ibrahiem was jailed for nine and a half years along with his brother, Mohammed, who was jailed for nine years. Stephens received a custodial sentence of nine years and 10 months and will serve an additional four years on licence. This despicable pair were jailed for 10 years each on Monday, February 19 after being found guilty of causing or allowing to suffer serious physical harm and neglect. His injuries were so severe that he was close to death, only saved by 'aggressive' treatment.
The newborn had to have both of his legs amputated as a result of his injuries but is now said to be thriving with his new adopted family. William Rye - jailed for two years and eight months for burglary and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Qadier Ghulam - jailed for three years and nine months for owning a machete and possession of drugs with intent to supply. Ian ChamberlainBrotairs - jailed for three years and four months for running an amphetamine factory from the garage. Jamie TaylorChatham - jailed for three years and nine months for hiding drugs in a chocolate egg.
Christopher Gillard - jailed for five years and three months for historical sex offences. Michael Ward, Thamesmead - jailed for 14 months for stealing a car and driving dangerously. Thomas Ireland - jailed for five years for abducting and hiding a girl in a flat in Maidstone. Steven Lambkin, Chatham - jailed for 15 months for drunk driving and attempting to strangle a police officer. Scott WilkinsonMaidstone - jailed for three years and three months for possessing cocaine with intent to supply.
Andrew ReeceEltham - jailed to four years and six months for supplying Class A drugs. Ashley NationSydenham - jailed for one year for possession of cannabis with intent to supply. David Seal, Gravesend - jailed for 15 months for assault, dangerous driving, driving without a licence and without insurance.
Sean WhitlockRamsgate - jailed 14 months for dangerous driving, driving without insurance, and possession of a Class A drug. Batare EvwierhomaCatford - jailed for more than five years for possessing class A drugs with intent to supply. Mushiur Rahman - jailed for five years and four Fuck in Red Oaks Mill rapis for sexually abusing a teenager in a Tunbridge Wells park. Aiden St Louis and Mohammed Gedi attacked a teenager in front of up to 50 horrified onlookers in July last year. The pair stood trial on February 22 where St Louis admitted wounding with intent and having an offensive weapon.
Gedi denied wounding with intent but was found guilty by the jury. St Louis, 19, of Lewis Crescent in Cliftonville, Margate, was sentenced to six-and-a-half years behind bars. Alan Naylor, 35, raped a teenage girl at a house in Margate last year. The victim ran out of the property onto the street after the ordeal, where a man was able to lend her his mobile phone to call the police. Helen May sexually abused a teenage girl in her care over a period of two years at a home in Ramsgate.
The year-old was a manager at the now closed Thanet care home where she abused her victim between and May, of Hopes Lane, denied the charges but was convicted of seven counts of indecent assault on under 16 following a five-day trial at Canterbury Crown Court. Then when the teenager answered the door, Henry attacked, and the victim suffered several stab wounds to his chest, back and arms.Fuck in Red Oaks Mill rapis
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