A Leek woman has been sentenced today (1st October) at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after she hid wraps of cocaine in her vest. Collette Price, also known as Collette Ferns, 49, was given a two-year sentence, suspended for two years, for possessing and supplying cocaine and possession of criminal property.
A woman has been sentenced at Wolverhampton Crown Court today (24th September) of causing death by careless driving following a crash on the 25th June last year.
Emily Doyle-Gibbons, 20, of Warren Drive, Sedgley, was sentenced by Judge James Burbidge QC to a six month custodial sentence, suspended for two years for causing the death of 59-year-old Malcom Aplin, after being found guilty by jury in August of this year.
A Staffordshire woman who left her elderly mother sitting in a chair for up to 12 months before her death, was jailed yesterday (April 23).
Linda Farr, 68, of Cardiff Grove, Stoke-on-Trent, pleaded guilty to gross negligence and manslaughter which led to the death of her ill mother, Doreen.
An Iraqi national who fled to his home country after raping a 20-year-old woman in Burton was jailed yesterday (April 13th).
Jabar Ababakr, 33, of no fixed address, attacked his victim in her friend’s home back in June 2014.
A Birmingham man who went on the run for two years, has been jailed for helping to run a cannabis factory in a barn in Burton-upon-Trent.
Mitchell Nicholls, 45, from Tyebeams, Shard End, Birmingham, was sentenced to three years and two months in prison for his part in the production of cannabis at a farm in Staffordshire.
A Leicester man has been jailed for 12 years for the manslaughter of his friend, following a trial at Stafford Crown Court today (February 23).
A man has been sentenced today to 13 years after a ‘frenzied knife attack’ in Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent in July last year.
Tyler Uter, 20, of no fixed address, was sentenced at Stafford Crown Court today (February 16) for two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and one count of intimidating a witness.
A new Victim’s Code has been welcomed by Staffordshire’s Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner.
The system will allow victims of crime to tell courts and offenders how a crime has affected them and this will be taken into consideration by judges when sentencing – something which has previously not happened.